ATLANTA, Ga. (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
Asheville, N.C. – A quaint town surrounded by mountains awaits visitors to Asheville. There is plenty to do, even in the winter months, including skiing, hiking and even touring the Biltmore Estate. Lodges, like Wolf Ridge Ski Resort, and bed and breakfasts abound, giving travelers a chance to unwind and soak in the peaceful surroundings. Winter often brings snowfall to the mountains, the highest peaks east of the Mississippi which surround Asheville. So, vacationers can (often) decide how much snow they want to encounter.
Stowe, VT – Known as the ski capital of the east, winter in Stowe is a magical place. The area receives roughly 22 feet of snow on average; Stowe is typically blanketed in white from mid-November through April. Picturesque scenes of blankets of snow cover the quaint village. Plenty of winter activities abound that enable visitors to enjoy the winter wonderland including, horse drawn sleigh rides, snowshoeing, sledding, and skiing.
Acadia National Park – Located in Maine, this beautiful state park is a breathtaking, especially in the winter. Many visitors enjoying going on scenic winter drives through the mountains. Snowmobiling is also a popular activity at Acadia National Park. For the outdoorsy, travelers can partake in winter hiking, winter camping, ice fishing, dog sledding and skijoring.
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