7 Best destinations in the US for a snowy and cozy getaway

Whitefish, Montana

Whitefish, near Glacier National Park in the northern Rockies, is a popular ski resort. If that's not your thing, don't worry. Whitefish offers ice climbing, sledding, snowshoeing, and more. In February, Whitefish hosts the Winter Carnival.

Stowe, Vermont

This alpine village near Vermont's highest peak offers plenty of activities and warmth. If you endure the cold, you can discover great skiing, dog-sledding, cross-country skiing, and family fun.

North Conway, New Hampshire

In North Conway, New Hampshire's Mount Washington Valley, tourists may snowshoe, cross-country ski, and fat bike over 45 km of trails. Lift-serviced snow tubing is a less strenuous winter pastime.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, attracts visitors with its Wild West ambiance and “adventure awaits” moniker. The historic town center with its antler arches is perfect for Instagram photos after a day of winter sports at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or Grand Teton National Park.

Anchorage, Alaska

When it comes to snow, most people agree that Alaska is the obvious option. Furthermore, there are many of snow-focused activities available in Anchorage, like dog sledding, ice climbing, glacier exploration, and more.

Red River, New Mexico

Miners founded Red River, a relaxing mountain hamlet in New Mexico's southern Rockies, which now draws visitors for skiing, tubing, snowshoeing, and more.

Lake Tahoe - California and Nevada

Although attractive in summer, Lake Tahoe is most recognized for its winter skiing and views. Beyond the snowy slopes, guests may snowshoe, tube, or sled down a mountain, or enjoy après-ski.