Jay Peak, VT. A hidden gem in the northern most part of Vermont. It's the only east coast resort claiming an average 300" of snowfall each year. And every inch of that snow is just as good as any western resort. Downsides...bitter cold, but if putting your boots on when the temps are well below zero doesn't phase you, Jay can be an untouched paradise.
It's unimaginable to think Arizona receives snow, but they actually do. Arizona Snowbowl is the top ski resort in AZ, with around 265 inches of snow each year. Snowbowl offers sweet bowl's and great terrain around the whole mountain; and the best part, tickets are only 60 dollars.
Grand Targhee Resort, WY. Often overlooked by the PR monster that is Jackson Hole, Grand Targhee boasts all the fun of Jackson without the attitude and crowded trams. Not too many places can be as much fun as Targhee on a powder day. Bring the big boards, hike the peak, take in the views of the Tetons and enjoy a true treasure of a resort.
Grand Targhee Resort | Ski Vacations | Alta, Wyoming
With Oregon's green and lavish fields, Mt. Bachelor will appear with it's unique look of volcanic lava flows and valleys. Famous for it's 350 inches of dry snow and the 3,000 vertical feet of top to bottom skiing, Mt. Bachelor is a must ski.
Can we say, worlds coolest hot tube. Perched atop the world’s most posh ski resorts in the Swiss Alps, the Iglu-Dorf Hotel is carved entirely out of snow yet keeps guests warm with hot tubs, steamy saunas, and mulled wine.
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