More Mountain Means More Fun
Fun takes many different forms. Giggling with the best of them as you glide through trees, carving turns in freshly-fallen snow, and stopping to make snow angels in a patch of untouched white. When you spend time on a majestic mountain that’s one of the biggest and best around, the opportunities for thrills and adventure are almost endless.
When you embark upon a winter getaway at a world-class resort, the more space you have to carve, dine, après and play, the more you get to enjoy yourself. The enchanting village at Vail is filled with everything from stunning sights, like snow-covered Bavarian-themed lodges, to the familiar winter sounds you’ve grown to love—like the scraping of ice skates on the rink right in the center of the village. And while Vail has it all—the location, the people, the village—what this mountain is really known for is the expansive, awe-inspiring terrain. Between the front side, Blue Sky Basin and the seven legendary Back Bowls, there are runs and trails that are both fun and challenging for all ages, no matter your experience level.
In many cases, bigger doesn’t always mean better. But it sometimes means more fun. When it comes to skiable acres, Park City’s massive expanse truly rises to the top, thanks in large part to the innovative Quicksilver Gondola. You’ll need more than a day to explore the nooks and crannies of this massive mountain and iconic town. It’s no surprise this resort was ranked the #1 travel destination of 2016 by Forbes!
If you’re looking for low-key fun and deep, deep powder, take a glance at Kirkwood. It’s friendly, laid-back attitude and world-class mountain conditions make it a must-visit for families, friends and couples alike. Embarking upon new adventures and mingling with laid-back locals at Kirkwood gives you a mountain experience like no other.
Choose from a wide variety of mountains for your ideal snow, terrain, and village experiences. With some of the biggest, baddest, and best mountains to pick from, you won’t be hard-pressed to find exactly what you’re looking for in a mountain getaway.