Lake Placid twice hosted the Olympics, and today this mountain town in the Adirondack Mountains of New York continues to draw visitors. Forbes Traveler named it one of America's prettiest towns, and it's easy to see why.
Instead of fighting the cold, Quebec embraces the chill at the world's most popular winter festival.
Jellyfish in Palau’s Jellyfish Lake have lost their ability to sting, allowing swimmers, snorkelers and divers to experience them up close.
Rent some skates, bundle up the kids and hit the ice on the world's largest skating rink.
Breckenridge, Colorado has been a favorite with Coloradans for years. Today, the small town is a world class ski destination that attracts skiers from around the world.
Where else can you sleep on a bed of ice in a hotel made entirely of snow?
The swinging chairs of Crested Butte’s lifts will whisk you to 12,000 feet. Touch the safety bar, though, and you’ll look like a wimp.
Spend the day with an Olympian on the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb.
Ski the “champagne powder” at this famous Colorado resort. You may even get lessons from Olympic legends.
Put the kids in the cage and head out into sweet powder. Just leave the snowboard and après-ski attitude at home.
Germany's Christmas markets draw visitors from around the world. Here are four you won't want to miss.
Sailing down a snowy tubing slope and across a frozen lake isn’t the only winter activity making visitors smile at this B.C. lodge.
Enjoy the solitude of Wisconsin in winter.
Don’t let the name fool you. Dude ranch equals rustic luxury at this cowboy-inspired, four-star guest lodge.
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