Tag: tubing

  • Badger Pass

    A vacation at Badger Pass Ski Resort in Yosemite National Park, nestled in the Sierra Leone range, is an unforgettable experience. As the first designated ski area in California, families have been taking skiing vacations here for generations. Yosemite National Park is a perfect vacation spot all through the year and skiing here has been […]

  • Squaw Valley

    If you’re looking for a great winter or summer holiday destination, look no further than Squaw Valley. A world-class destination resort, it serves as both a residential and recreational preserve. The resort is nestled between six of the magnificent Sierra peaks and it features spectacular views of both Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada. You […]

  • Yosemites Badger

    If you are planning to visit the Yosemite National Park in this winter, don’t miss the Badger Pass Resort. Yosemite’s Badger Pass Ski Resort is known as California’s original (and best, some would argue) resort. There is less crowding, and more family-orientated activities to make this charming resort one of the best small ski resort […]

  • Sun Peaks

    Sun Peaks Ski Resort in the south of British Columbia, is a white winter wonderland. With everything a snow sports enthusiast could desire, Sun Peaks is a year-round family resort. Opened in 1961, Sun Peaks Ski Resort has grown in popularity and is today listed amongst the top ski resorts in North America. Canada’s Sun […]

  • Snowmass

    As part of the Aspen/Snowmass resort complex, Snowmass has a lot to offer. Not only does staying at the resort mean that you gain cheap and easy access to three other great resorts, but the Snowmass Mountain is one of the largest mountains in Aspen. This impressive 12 510 ft peak has 3 128 acres […]

  • Bogus Basin

    Situated just sixteen miles from Boise, Idaho, Bogus Basin Mountain Resort was opened to the public in 1942. It operates as a non-profit ski area under the direction of the Bogus Basin Recreation Association and so provides great services at affordable rates. Bogus Basin is one of the few resorts of this nature in the […]

  • Kelly Canyon

    Kelly Canyon Ski Resort, located in Targhee National Forest of eastern Idaho, is great for the family and boasts a large number of intermediate runs. Founded in 1957, Kelly Canyon continues to attract many skiers and snowboarders to its white powder slopes. As the only resort in the area that offers night skiing, Kelly Canyon […]

  • Ascutney Mountain

    Ascutney Mountain Resort was closed in the Fall of 2010 Ascutney Mountain Resort has a reputation for being one of the most popular family ski destinations in Vermont. It is also a great four-seasons resort offering the best available for both families and adults all year round. A mid-sized ski resort, it is very popular […]

  • 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 […]

  • Stratton Mountain

    If you’re looking for the highest peak in the southern end of the state of Vermont, look no further than Stratton Mountain. It boasts a stunning summit elevation of 3875 ft and 92 fantastic ski and snowboarding trails with a 2003 ft vertical drop. The trails cater for all skiers and snowboarders from beginner to […]

  • Good Times at North Carolina’s Cataboochee Ski Area

    Snow skiing is a sport and a pastime that has enthralled and intrigued many regardless of their experience or inexperience upon the icy slopes. It was in 1961 that the arrival of the now oldest ...