The United States is home to more than 500 ski areas spread across more than 40 of its states so we’ve only just scratched the surface! The common factor in all of them, pretty well, is normally service, quality, space and convenience.
The wide open space extends to everything from your hire car, your accommodation (expect your condo or hotel room to rival the size of your home), the empty roads that surround most resorts out West once you’ve left the airport and the ski areas themselves which are normally far less crowded than anywhere in the Alps.Our guide to skiing in USA
Invariably topping North American polls for the highest service standards, if you want to have your skis carried to the lifts or the mountain restaurant door opened for you every time, it’s your kind of place.
South Lake Tahoe is where the nightlife is and Heavenly, which straddles The California/Nevada border is a big ski area above the wealth of restaurants, casinos and the stunning Lake itself.
One of America's top resorts and former Olympic venue, there are superb views over Lake Tahoe and some of the most extreme terrain in the US, as well as plenty for beginners and intermediates to enjoy.