Get a glimpse into your next ski trip with Ski.com's Vacation Guide Videos
If you're one of the types who likes to see, touch and feel what you're buying, Ski.com's Vacation Guide Videos provide a snapshot into what you can expect on a ski vacation to top North America ski resorts, including Vail, Aspen Snowmass, Deer Valley, Beaver Creek, Canyons, Jackson Hole, Whistler Blackcomb, Telluride, Winter Park, Copper Mountain, Heavenly, Big Sky and Keystone. The video guides explore the resort's accessibility, terrain, base area layout, dining, nightlife, family-friendly experiences and much more.
Vail Vacation Guide
Offering 5,289 acres of terrain, including seven spacious Back Bowls, which feature green, blue and black diamond skiing, Vail boasts some seriously epic terrain. Lionshead, Vail Village and Golden Peak base villages offer a range of accommodations, shopping and restaurants.
Aspen Mountain features challenging black runs and world-class blue terrain as well as convenient access to historic downtown Aspen, while Snowmass' 3,300 acres offers families and adventure-seekers plenty of on- and off-mountain excitement.
Deer Valley Resort invites guests to pursue adventure with all the luxurious comforts at their fingertips, including a host of four- and five-star hotels, like St. Regis Deer Valley and Stein Eriksen, on- and off-mountain fine dining and world-class groomed runs.
Renowned for hosting the Birds of Prey World Cup alpine race and 2015 World Championships, Beaver Creek provides gorgeous Rocky Mountain views, crowd-free skiing and exceptional family-friendly activities, like Cookie Time, held daily at 3 p.m. in the base village.
Named SKI magazine's No. 1 ski resort, 2010 Olympic host Whistler Blackcomb offers the most terrain in North America, including three world-class base areas, unique off-mountain activities and unforgettable dining and nightlife opportunities.
Boasting naturally divided and varied terrain, plenty of slopeside lodging and convenient access to Denver International Airport and other popular Colorado ski resorts, Copper Mountain has all the right ingredients for an unforgettable ski vacation.
Skiers and snowboarders on a Heavenly ski vacation not only enjoy the resort's 4,800 acres of terrain, but the stunning on-mountain views of crystal blue Lake Tahoe, as well as the electric apres-ski, nightlife and casino scene.
An abundance of ski in ski out accommodations, lack of crowds and staggering 5,750 acres of terrain make Big Sky Resort is a top-of-mind choice for vacationers who want to get down to business and ski their hearts out.
Renowned as being one of Ski Country's most beautiful mountain towns, Telluride provides exceptional steep and deep terrain, as well as world-class cruisers and two base villages: contemporary Mountain Village and a charmingly rustic downtown.
If steeps, great dining and nightlife and cowboy atmosphere are on your ski vacation wishlist, Jackson Hole is the place for you. Located near Teton National Park and Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, Wyoming provides a laundry list of off-mountain adventures as well.
If you want to be close to the slopes on your ski vacation, Canyons' many base area accommodations are a stone's throw from the resort's 4,000 acres. Canyons is just a couple miles from all the world-class dining and shopping in downtown Park City.
Convenient to Denver International Airport and boasting some of Colorado's best groomers and a lively downtown, Breckenridge is great for the skier or snowboarder who wants it all. Breckenridge recently added 400 acres of terrain in the Peak 6 area.
Offering a stacked gamut of kid-friendly activities, events and attractions, not to mention plenty of Kids Ski Free deals, Keystone is especially popular with families. The charming base village lodging offers easy access to the slopes.
Offering some of Ski Country's best powder, snow-blessed Steamboat provides vacationers with world-class terrain, a prevalence of ski in ski out and slopeside accommodations, charming Western downtown and terrain for every level of skiing or riding.
Celebrating 75 years of operation, Winter Park is a long-time Colorado favorite. Boasting seven territories of terrain, Winter Park is great for families and challenge-seekers alike. Base village accommodations make getting on the slopes in the morning a cinch.
Discover why Crested Butte calls itself “the last greatest Colorado ski town” with Ski.com’s Vacation Guide to Crested Butte. Crested Butte resort plays host to some of Colorado’s most extreme terrain, but don’t be fooled, most of the resort’s runs are blues, and there’s no shortage of greens for beginners.
Banff National Park is one of Canada’s most treasured gems. You can experience the pristine beauty of this region from a chairlift on one of Banff’s three ski resorts: Lake Louise, Mt. Norquay and Sunshine Village. To learn more about a ski trip to this spectacular place check out Ski.com’s Vacation Guide to Banff.
Arlberg St. Anton is one of Austria’s most beautiful ski regions. Encompassing several resorts and villages including the stylish Zurs and Lech, Arlberg St. Anton provides vacationers with a beautiful blend of skiing, historic attractions and modern amenities. Watch Ski.com’s Vacation Guide to St. Anton to learn more about this gorgeous Alpine region.
Get a glimpse into one of the Swiss Alps most renowned destinations with Ski.com’s Vacation Guide to Zermatt. Located at the base of the famous Alpine peak, the Matterhorn, Zermatt provides stunning, picturesque views from every direction.
Learn more about one of the Alps most iconic ski and mountaineering destinations, Chamonix with Ski.com Vacation Guide. Visitors can experience the unique rush of standing atop Mont Blanc via the famous Aiguille du Midi cable car.