Think winter is over? Think again. Not only did our favorite groundhog declare six more weeks of winter earlier this month, but we’ve rounded up a few places across the U.S. where you can still enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and white snow for weeks to come.
We recommend heading to Iron River, Michigan, to Ski Brule, voted “Visitor’s Choice Best Overall Resort” six years in a row. This resort’s stellar snowmaking abilities combined with the soft midwestern powder ensures a vacation full of snow tubing, family sleigh rides, skiing, and snowboarding lessons, rain or shine from October through April.
Colorado’s Crested Butte Mountain Resort is a favorite among dedicated Southwest skiers and casual family vacationers alike. This winter, Crested Butte’s mountains have received some of the heaviest snowfall in the U.S. and offers a range of experience from uphill trails, tubing, ziplining, snowcat driving, and a year-round all-ages adventure park.
Our friends at Park City, Utah certainly know how to keep winter alive! On top of the city’s stunning outdoor beauty and cozy restaurants, Park City still invites groups of all ages and skill-levels to ski and snowboard for weeks to come at the Park City Mountain & Canyons Resort, the largest ski area in the United States (and home to the 2002 Winter Olympics.)
(Tip: You can learn more about our favorite year-round activities in Park City here!)
Need more convincing? Whether you're looking for flights during spring break or a weekend away, thanks to JetBlue, we’ve uncovered flights to all of these destinations for well under $200 a seat. Now, get out there and hit the slopes!