Paoli Peaks, Indiana

The Hoosier State is more likely to conjure images of basketball rather than skiing, but those Midwesterners passionate for the slopes can get their fix at Paoli Peaks in Western Indiana. Snowfall amounts are quite low in the region, just north of Hoosier National Forest, but 100% snowmaking allows for completely open trails during the winter months.

Sundown Mountain, Iowa

Hidden in the cornfields of Iowa is Sundown Mountain, the largest of the three ski resorts in the state with 55 acres of skiable terrain. Sundown is unique amongst Midwestern slopes as ancient glaciers avoided leveling the resort’s region in Iowa. Sundown’s highest lift is taller than all lifts in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota up to Duluth, and all but 2 in Wisconsin.

Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort, California

Northstar-At-Tahoe on the west coastAs a member of the Vail Resorts family, Northstar-at-Tahoe epitomizes class. With 170 guest rooms and 25 Club fractional ownership units, The Ritz-Carlton at Northstar-at-Tahoe is the center of attention. Several other lodging options are available in the Village-at-Northstar centered around a 9,000 square foot ice rink, as well.

Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont

Stowe Mountain Resort may not have the elevation and size of the Rocky Mountain resorts, but it gets about as much snow with an average 333 inches per year.

Stratton Mountain Resort - Vermont

Stratton’s wide-array of skiing options and location on the highest peak in Southern Vermont make it an ideal winter getaway. Skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of Stratton’s 92 runs, which are backed by Stratton’s “Perfect Snow” guarantee.

The mountain’s 95% snowmaking in tandem with its location in the ‘snowbelt’ assures skiers of having open runs blanketed by fresh snow. For cross-country skiers, the Stratton Nordic Center provides 35 km of tracked cross-country trails and 50 km of backcountry skiing.

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