The United States has some wonderfull skiing destinations, with world class facilities, top end hoels and resorts and nightlife, below we give you 10 skiing destinations for you to explore.
Castle Hill Resort and Spa is a member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels Of The World, Historic Hotels Of America, and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Luxury reigns supreme here at our elegant, full-service Vermont resort which features a unique collection of individually decorated guest rooms. Discerning travelers will feel pampered in the 10 Castle Hill rooms which blend classic elegance with modern technology.
Sitting on 300 private acres in the vast Green Mountain National Forest, Twin Farms is about as “away” as it gets, making it a natural draw for celebrities, CEOs, and other A-listers able to part with upward of $1,200 per night. The perks are legion: You get your own cottage, fly-fishing guide, and carriage ride, while sharing the private ski area (which has six runs), sauna, croquet court, pond, and Japanese furo (a sunken, 104-degree stone tub) with a handful of other select guests. Meals and beverages are also included.
Stowe, Vermont is one of my favorite ski destinations! It’s located in northern Vermont just 45 minutes east of Burlington.
Lake Champlain is the largest body of fresh water in the U.S. after the Great Lakes, and at 120 miles in length and an average depth of 400’ and 12 miles across, everything about it is impressive. But more impressive than its size is its unspoiled beauty. In a state already known for conservation and …