Luxury Winter Travel Destinations
The winter weather is often best embraced, not escaped. So while the rest of the world is stuck inside dreaming of sunny beach vacations, we’re taking to the snowy slopes and enjoying the cold while it lasts. These picture-perfect winter destinations are our favorite places to get outside and take advantage of the stunning snow-capped mountainscapes.
Big Sky, Montana
Known for its breathtaking mountain landscape and exhilarating skiing, Big Sky is a dream destination for the adventurous. With more than 5,800 acres of skiable terrain spread across four mountains, 4,350 vertical feet, and 85 km of award-winning nordic trails, Big Sky is the ultimate ski vacation. Big Sky is also your gateway community to Yellowstone National Park, where geologic wonders and rugged nature are completely captivating and awe-inspiring. For those who appreciate the finer things in life, Big Sky still has much to offer. With luxury ski-in & ski-out winter cabins and condos, fine dining, and award-winning spa experiences, Big Sky is the perfect destination for those who are seeking the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation.
Park City, Utah
While known for its amazing ski resorts, including the largest in North America, Park City is so much more than a typical ski town. From skiing, to grand ice castles, to visiting Park City’s historic Main Street, and so much more, you will find an endless list of things to do and places to visit while vacationing here. On Park City’s historic Main Street, visitors can shop among over 100 different boutiques and dine at 50 one-of-a-kind restaurants. Park City is a luxe and upscale destination for individuals and families alike!
Located in the stunning Sierra Nevada mountain range, Lake Tahoe is another hot spot for winter sports. Explore the frigid shorelines or take to the mountains for some incredible skiing. Aside from skiing and snowboarding, Lake Tahoe offers an array of fun + family friendly activities such as tubing and winter sleigh rides. Lake Tahoe is a one-of-a-kind, bucket list destination that you must visit during the winter months.
Vail, Colorado is a winter wonderland. With more average snowfall than most North American ski destinations, at about 350 inches per year, Vail is a skier’s paradise. Aside from winter sports, one could find themselves exploring the quaint streets of this small mountain town while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate or indulging in a luxury spa experience at the resort.
Hudson Valley, New York
From fragrant pine tree farms, to festive holiday light displays, to beautiful ice-skating rinks, upstate New York is perfect for holiday travel. In a place known for its incredible beauty, the frozen winter landscape of the Hudson Valley is no exception. We love how this destination offers both incredible outdoor and indoor winter activities. If you are looking to escape the winter's cold for a day, we recommend visiting one of the top-notch wineries or breweries,where you can warm up while enjoying a refreshing beverage.
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