Millions of Americans ski but many more don’t. From ice climbing to ice fishing, snowshoeing to biking, a full menu of winter activities awaits them.
Hit the Slopes in Steamboat Springs: Olympic Skiing Training Grounds
Ski the “champagne powder” at the famous resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. If you’re lucky, you may get lessons from Olympic legends.
Pandemic Increases Interest in Heli-Skiing
If you love snow sports, you must know that heli-skiing spoils all other skiing forever. During this global pandemic, it’s even more compelling. Here is what you need to know before you go.
Anchorage: The Ultimate Winter City
Freezing temperatures may keep some inside, but there are ways to keep warm in this Alaskan town. From winter sports to town art, Anchorage has plenty of winter activities.
Gates of the Arctic: Adventures in Northern Alaska
Get set for stunning views of the aurora borealis.
Skiing Steamboat Springs: Olympic Training Grounds
Ski the “champagne powder” at this famous Colorado resort. You may even get lessons from Olympic legends.
Black Diamond: Taos Ski Valley
Put the kids in the cage and head out into sweet powder. Just leave the snowboard and après-ski attitude at home.
Snowy Solitude: Callaghan Country Lodge
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.
Northwoods Winter: Eagle River, Wisconsin
Enjoy the solitude of Wisconsin in winter.
The Iceman Cometh: Quebec City’s Winter Carnival
At the colorful Carnaval de Québec, winter activities take center stage, from dogsled races to snow sculptures.