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Bretton Woods, New Hampsire

Tucked snugly against the majestic backdrop of Mount Washington, Bretton Woods Ski Resort provides an intimate ambiance with a distinctively different attitude. The hamlet-style resort is set in the valley between Crawford Notch, Mount Washington and the Presidential range.

Windham Mountain New York

Greenville, NYLocated in the Great Northern Catskills, around 35 miles south of Albany, New York and two-and-a-half hours outside of Manhattan, you’ll find Windham Mountain, a resort that continually reinvests in itself in order to make the guest experience as good as it gets.

Devil’s Head Resort, Wisconsin

In 1971, the Devil’s Head Ski Resort opened up for business. In 1998, I broke my wrist on one of their blue square runs. This trivial fact got a laugh out of Joe Vintengl, the general manager of Devils Head Ski Resort.

Canaan Valley, West Virginia

“The number one thing that sets us apart from other resorts is affordability and the way that we cater to families,” says Canaan Valley Resort’s general manager, Dave Bostic. “If you have a family of four or even two and you’re going on a vacation, especially for more than one or two days, it’s got to be wallet-friendly. You have to be able to afford to go. Not only is the skiing affordable at Canaan, but so is the lodging, food, and beverage. Our service staff is geared around families, taking care of and knowing what they need.”


Snowshoe Mountain, West Virginia

Sprawled out atop Cheat Mountain in the Monongahela National Forest is the year-round resort, Snowshoe Mountain. Located in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, the snowshoe offers 60 slopes and trails with 14 ski lifts, including: 3 high-speed detachable quads, two handle-tows, and two “Magic Carpets.”

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