Michigan (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
For millions of travelers, winter is a time to escape and travel to warm tropical destinations, but for millions of others, the best destination is just over the next mountain. For much of the Midwest, winter is already making her presence known with areas of accumulation quite early. While warm weather lovers begin their search for the best beaches, winter lovers begin their search for the hottest cold weather destinations. Take a closer look three of the 2013/2014 hot winter weather travel destinations with Island Trader Vacations reviews.
The quaint, hip city of Vail did not even exist until the arrival of the ski resort in 1962. The second largest ski mountain in North America, it is not hard to see what keeps Vail topping winter travel charts in the U.S. Visited by the average tourist as well as a large number of celebrities each year, Vail tops the charts as 2013’s hottest winter weather travel destination. Travelers in winter have a variety of options ranging from world class ski resorts, spa resorts offering a variety of winter activities as well as Rocky Mountain National Park which offers skiing, snowshoeing, and a winter play area.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Catering to travelers throughout the year, Jackson Hole really heats up as the temperatures drop. Situated in a valley in the Teton Range, its steep slopes afford visitors world class winter activities ranging from backcountry and downhill skiing to heli-skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice skating, mountaineering and more. Known for its three outstanding ski areas, Jackson Hole has gained notoriety for itself in the world of winter weather hot spots. Situated near two exceptional national areas, the variety of outdoor activities is as diverse as the millions of tourists who visit each year.
Park City, Utah
Voted # 1 by Ski Magazine for access, off hill activities, terrain parks and #2 for family vacation, Park City is a must visit for the winter weather aficionados. Situated around 20 miles from Salt Lake City, Park City is a premier winter destination and has been for over 50 years. Host of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Park City continues to grow offering world class skiing, winter activities, culture and accommodations and welcomes close to 4 million visitors each year. Situated adjacent to 2 other world class winter hot spots, Park City is an ideal place to plan a winter retreat.
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