North American ski resorts
Our ski holiday team will help to find you a skiing deal in the Alpine region, Austria and Italy, as well as the Pyrenees. Andorra is great for families and first-timers to skiing. But North America also has some of the best skiing opportunities in the world.
We have a wealth of experience in long-haul destinations can compile some unique holiday packages. For example, you can stay for three nights in San Francisco and then seven days and nights at Lake Tahoe with its Olympic style downhill and cross country skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating and more. A destination of choice for skiers, Lake Tahoe boasts of world-renowned ski facilities and many new and renovated amenities, steep vertical drops, miles of terrain, and continuous views of snow-flocked pines, and one stunning blue lake.
The USA has about 500 ski resorts spread across more than forty states including many world famous resorts such Aspen, Jackson Hole, Stowe and Vail.
When did skiing come to America?
Skiing started here soon after it did in Europe a little over a century ago. In fact, many famous ski resorts were started up by European emigrees from ski nations. US resorts are famous for their high-service standards, quality experience, welcoming staff. The Americans also invented both the chairlift and the hot tub!
Though Brits have always skied in North America, only in the last 15 years have a sizeable number of British skiers started flying there.
Ski resorts in the USA are perfect for all the family, with the largest resorts providing runs for all abilities and many activities and lessons for younger skiers – and even fun for snowboarders!