Winter Sports (8 community guides)

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Destination: Aspen
Trip type: Winter Sports
With 5,000 acres of terrain spread across four mountains, Aspen is a ski resort on an American scale. Super-efficiency, charming architecture and great places to eat and stay make it a winner... read more »
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Lake Placid, in upstate New York, is not just a monster movie – it’s where the ski jumping career of "The Eagle" literally took off, and a stunning winter sports hotspot... read more »
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A millionaire’s playground and a working western town: Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has something for all - and the skiing is always first class... read more »
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Destination: Alta
Celebrating its 71st anniversary, the skier-only resort of Alta averages over 70 feet of snow a year, making it perfect for regular powder hounds and those leaving the piste for the first time... read more »
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4
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Destination: Stowe, Smugglers Notch
Trip type: Family, Winter Sports
Smugglers' Notch is a tots to teens ski resort in Vermont, USA. It's regularly voted the best family ski destination in North America. Read on to find out why... read more »
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It may be known for its glitzy, showbiz clientele, fancy restaurants, and plush hotels, but the chic ski resort of Aspen in the Rockies can also be done on the cheap. It even has a McDonald’s!... read more »
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Forget skiing in the Alps; go west, for something far wilder. Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s top ski resort, is gnarly, rugged and full of cowboys... read more »
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Beautifully bling-free, Crested Butte retains an old-world charm whilst combining fine slopeside dining and great skiing ... read more »
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