1. Beaver Creek, Colorado
-This is a Ski Lovers Paradise! Make sure to check out Bever Creek Resort if you decide to venture to the Colorado area!
2. Yosemite National Park, California
-Looking for a more hike-worthy trip? Maybe check out Yosemite for some of the biggest trees you’ll ever see!
3. Kings Canyon National Park, California
-Also known for its giant trees, Kings Canyon is a fantastic place for hiking!
4. Mount Hood, Oregon
– Mount Hood is one of the largest ski resorts in the state of Oregon! It is also the highest point and mountain peak in the State of Oregon!
5. Boston, Massachusetts
-Boston is known for having a long list of American History. With an array of museums, galleries, and shopping, Boston has something for everyone!
6. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
-With a wide array of natural scenery, Rocky Mountain National Park is renowned for its scenery. Longs Peak is the highest peak in this national park coming in at 14,259 Feet!
7. Coldfoot, Alaska:
-The best attractions in Coldfoot include flightseeing, hiking, rafting, fishing, and exploring. If you are into adventures and don’t mind the cold, then this spot could be a vacation for you!
8. Magic Mountain Ski Area, Vermont
-Magic Mountain is one of the largest ski resorts in the nation. Magic Mountain offers a wide variety of slops for all ages, making this a trip for the family! If you’d rather travel East than West, then this may be the trip for you!
9. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan
-Pictured Rocks are somewhere that you can and should visit at any time of the year! It is known for the multicolored cliffs that line Michigan’s Lake Superior! Many say the beauty is just as good in the Winter as it is in the summer!
And of course, there are always the Winter Vacations to somewhere warm, but we’ll leave those vacations for another blog! 🙂