Tag: snowmobiling

  • Tremblant

    Boasting the tallest peak in the Laurentians, the Tremblant Ski and Summer Resort in Quebec resembles many of Europe’s top ski resorts. A fantastic ski area, a pedestrian village and a world of entertainment, Mont Tremblant has it all. Open since 1939, Tremblant Ski Resort has grown in popularity and fame. Visitors to Tremblant Ski […]

  • Paradiski

    Paradiski is a newer resort in France that lies in the heart of the Savoie Alps, with unlimited winter sports and leisure activities on offer. The ski area is varied, offering something for everyone, from novice to expert. With 239 pistes covering 425 km, the area accesses three glaciers and two peaks over 3,000 m. […]

  • Bear Paw

    Bear Paw Ski Bowl, near the town of Havre in Montana, is a wonderful family ski location. With an annual snowfall of around 140 inches, you can be sure to enjoy brilliant ski conditions throughout the season. Bear Paw Ski Bowl is popular amongst both locals and visitors to the area, affording them endless opportunities […]

  • Helena

    Montana is the ultimate dream vacation destination for snowmobile lovers. Thousands of miles of groomed and non-groomed trails are maintained all over the state by local snowmobile clubs, right from the mountains of Kootenai Country in the northwest part of the state to West Yellowstone. Montana has some of the longest snowmobile trails in America. […]

  • Teton Pass

    Teton Pass Ski Area is situated amidst Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front near the town of Choteau and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. Although a relatively small ski area, Teton Pass more than makes up for this with its varied and exciting terrain. Opened in 2000, Teton Pass Ski Area is one of the lesser known […]

  • Storlien

    The Swedish Royal family’s winter chalet is in Storlien village, a charming little ski resort. A welcome change from some of the bigger, more commercial and glitzy ski resorts found across Europe, Storlien offers a genuine traditional ambience and friendly atmosphere. This small Swedish village is located just three km from the border with Norway. […]

  • Bromley Mountain

    Founded in 1936, Bromley Mountain is one of the oldest ski areas in the United States. It is situated in the Green Mountain National Forest just east of Manchester, and has great facilities for both skiing and snowboarding. Bromley was one of the first resorts to use the concepts of ski lifts, ski area design, […]

  • Burke Mountain

    Just a two-hour drive from Montreal you’ll find the legendary skiing resort known as Burke Mountain. A great resort that offers both meandering forest trails and steep white glades, Burke Mountain has a family-friendly atmosphere and an unpretentious style. With a summit elevation of 3267 ft and a vertical drop of 2000 ft, Burke Mountain […]

  • Mount Snow

    First opened in 1954 as a small ski resort with basic facilities, Mount Snow has grown tremendously over the years. From its initial seven trails and four lifts, it now boasts a whopping 145 trails, 23 ski lifts and 757 acres of ski-able land. Facilities have undergone constant upgrades and improvements and there are now […]