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Sugarloaf - Carrabassett, Maine

Offering the only lift-serviced above-the-treeline skiing in the East, Sugarloaf is known throughout the world as a premier destination. 

The mountain offers 133 trails and glades to choose from over 1,410 Boundary-to-Boundary acres open to the public. With a 2,820' vertical drop, Sugarloaf also stands out as one of the biggest ski mountains in North America.

St. Regis Resort - Aspen, Colorado

The St. Regis Resort offers the most prestigious accommodations in iconic Aspen, the idyllic resort town situated in the amazing Rocky Mountains.

From skiing in the winter to golf in the summer, and everything in between, the St. Regis has it all. For beginners, you can bed in one of the hotels standard guest rooms, a loft suite, junior suite or presidential suite – ranging from $500 up to roughly $1000 during the winter months.

Mt. Tremblant - Quebec, Canada

Quebec is renowned for producing some of the best skiing and snowboarding talent in the world, all thanks to resorts like Mt. Tremblant (located in the province’s Laurentian Mountains), which serve as attractive training and vacation destinations.

Okemo Mountain Resort - Ludlow, Vermont

After perusing the resort’s docket of snow-related recreational opportunities it’s no wonder that Okemo Mountain, located in the Southern Vermont city of Ludlow, is one of the premier winter destinations in the Northeast.

Brookvale Winter Activity Park - Prince Edward Island, Canada

Prince Edward Island in the Canadian Maritimes often suffers from being the forgotten about province when thinking of our neighbors to the North, but the Brookvale Winter Activity Park in Queens County has all the offerings to provide great snow memories.

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