5 Lookout Points to Capture Moments
There’s something special about reaching the peak of a mountain. Whether it’s the view, the exhilarating ride up or the fresh alpine breeze, it feels like a different place. And when on the top of the world, capture the moments you’ll never forget.
Year-Round Scenic GondolaHeavenly, California
Immerse yourself in an unforgettable High Sierra odyssey during this 2.4 mile ride to Adventure Peak and Tamarack Lodge. On your way up, don’t miss the finest panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and neighboring mountain peaks from the Heavenly observation deck.Read More
Eagle’s NestVail, Colorado
To reach Eagle’s Nest, venture through Lionshead and climb aboard the Eagle Bahn Gondola. Along the way, enjoy incredible views of the rest of Vail and the captivating peaks of the Gore Range. Once you reach the top, pose for a pic with the beautiful Mount of the Holy Cross as your backdrop. Then grab a bite at Bistro Fourteen.
Beano’s CabinBeaver Creek, Colorado
Accessible by sleigh, travel up the mountain to take in views of Grouse Mountain and the Men’s World Cup Downhill course. This is an enchanting spot not many get to tout on their tour route.Read More
Mt. PlutoNorthstar, California
Haven’t you always wanted to check out the view from the top of an extinct volcano? You can from this one. Hop on Northstar’s Comstock Express lift and ride to the mountain’s peak for an amazing view of Lake Tahoe followed by a tasty meal at the Summit Smokehouse.
The Top of the OutbackKeystone, Colorado
Beautiful terrain? Check. Amazing view? Check. Mountain selfie? That’s up to you. Accessible by a 1-mile hike or Snow Cat ride from the top of the Outback Express lift, this is a spot you won’t want to miss.