Skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels will appreciate what Keystone has to offer. Complete with three ski mountains (Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback), five bowls, and 121 ski trails, Keystone is a winter-sports enthusiast's paradise. Note: Flight service for Keystone vacations is into Denver.
Enjoy crisp mountain air while skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, snow-tubing, ice skating, and more. Include a mix of casinos, art galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants located throughout Lake Tahoe for more fun. Note: Flight service for Lake Tahoe vacations is into Reno.
With a mountain boasting a summit of 10,000 feet, 106 ski trails over 3,300 acres, four terrain parks, and a superpipe, Park City is a skier's dreamland that won't disappoint. The 355 inches of snow that falls on the mountain each year makes for a pleasurable ride down Park City's uncrowded ski runs. Note: Flight service for Park City vacations is into Salt Lake City.
Vail is the single largest mountain in North America, featuring a good mix of ski run difficulties, 34 ski lifts, and three distinct areas to ski/snowboard on the mountain. Guests can enjoy 5,289 acres of terrain to ski freely with seven bowls, and four terrain parks. A ski vacation to Vail, Colorado is a skier's dream come true with a combined yearly average of 346 inches of snowfall and 300 days of sunshine. Note: Flight service for Vail vacations is into Denver.
Plenty of white-powder snow in Winter Park settles on the mountains that are home to over 130 ski runs, 25 lifts, breathtaking views, and slopes for skiers of all ages and skill levels. Relax in your luxury accommodations or explore the Fraser Valley in a snowmobile. Note: Flight service for Winter Park vacations is into Denver.