Amazing ski package deals for North America’s best ski resorts!
Enjoy mountains that pride themselves on luxury services like Deer Valley and Beaver Creek, along with resorts that boast the best powder in North America like Steamboat Springs and Park City, as well as the continent’s biggest world-class resorts like Whistler and Vail.
Book discount lift tickets, ski equipment rentals, ski accommodations and more, all for discount prices – the more you bundle, the more you save!Whatever type of skiing and snowboarding that you prefer, there is the perfect ski resort waiting for you in the U.S. and Canada. Just click on your resort of choice below to begin customizing a ski package deal for an exciting winter holiday in North America.
Aspen Snowmass combines the very best of skiing in North America. Visit the town of Aspen to find out why it’s known as the premier ski destination of the rich and famous. A charming, upscale town with an authentic Rocky Mountain vibe, Aspen offers world-class après ski, dining and arts events. Snowmass has the scale and variety you are looking for in the Rocky Mountains and a level of convenience that is hard to beat. With two towns and four ski mountains on one lift ticket you will experience thrills when you need a rush and scenic groomers when you need to unwind!
Banff and Lake Louise ski resorts in Alberta, Canada are hardly small scale. The vistas are majestic, the Canadian welcome infectious and the variety of three ski resorts all on one lift ticket, makes this area truly exhilarating. Whether you stay at Lake Louise, Sunshine Village or in the town of Banff itself, make sure you ski all three; Mt Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise.
If you have discerning tastes and are looking to spend your holiday at one of North America’s most luxurious ski resorts, Beaver Creek, Colorado, is the place for you. With the motto, “Not exactly roughing it!” you can expect to be pampered after a day enjoying some of Summit County’s most thrilling ski runs. Take an escalator from the main plaza to the slopes, step into your bindings and simply glide to the first lift of the day.
Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado is one of the most popular ski destinations in North America. A favorite for international travelers as well as locals, Breckenridge is a special place that you can’t help but fall in love with. The ski resort phenomenal, offering a large variety of terrain for all abilities, and the historic mining town of Breckenridge is a charming gem well worth a visit in its own right. It is no coincidence that this is where we live!
Copper Mountain is one of the lesser-known resorts in Colorado’s Summit County, making it a true gem for those looking to cruise the road less traveled. Because Copper is not included in the Epic Pass, it receives much less traffic than its neighbors, Breckenridge, Vail and Keystone. Yet, every local who has had the pleasure of skiing Copper walks away saying, “Wow, that was unbelievable. I wish Copper was included in my Epic Pass.”
The readers of SKI magazine named Deer Valley the number one ski resort in North America; and it continues to lead the way in luxury ski resorts. World-renown as the crown jewel of Utah’s ski resorts, Deer Valley offers unrivaled guest services, gourmet dining, 5-star accommodations and impeccable grooming. For better or worse, Deer Valley is also one of the last remaining ski resorts in the world to prohibit snowboarding.
Heavenly earned its name for good reason – it’s a place like no other. This unique ski resort sits on the California/Nevada border, with panoramic views of the beautiful Sierra Nevada and magnificent Lake Tahoe. Plus, you’re just a few miles away from the bustling casino city of South Lake Tahoe. It’s common to hit the slopes all day under that deep, California blue sky, and then head to Harrah’s for a lively night of blackjack, live music and dancing.
Tucked away in western Wyoming’s famed Tetons, near Yellowstone National Park, sits the breathtaking ski resort and historical town of Jackson Hole. Although it takes a bit of effort to reach this Rocky Mountain treasure, the experience of skiing and riding the majestic Tetons is an unforgettable one – it’s certainly worth the added travel time. Jackson Hole Ski Resort is famous for its challenging terrain that even keeps experts on their toes.
The historic town of Park City is exactly how you envision a Western ski town – ultra charming. Authentic Victorian buildings line Main Street, giving the town the character and charm often lacking from purpose-built ski resorts. Now Canyons ski resort will be connected to this iconic ski resort to make this the largest ski area in the USA - yes that will be over 7000 acres please!!
The Ski Resort of Squaw Valley has a vibe that exudes California beach style and Lake Tahoe mountain energy. Nestled back from the shores of Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley is a ski and snowboarding enthusiasts dream. This ski resort cannot be called flat, steep terrain and challenging slopes are what Squaw Valley does well. Not for the faint at heart!
Vail is a truly spectacular ski resort. Skiers and snowboarders travel from all over the world to ski the massive expanse of versatile terrain. By far the largest ski resort in Colorado, Vail is also one of the biggest in North America. With over 5,000 acres to explore, it takes weeks to ski all of its groomers, bowls and backcountry. And what’s more, the town of Vail is packed with gourmet restaurants, hopping bars, high-end boutiques and even an ice rink.
The reason why Whistler has been ranked North America’s #1 ski resort time and again is simple: it is a world class ski resort, pure and simple. Not only is Whistler comprised of two huge mountains that cover 8,000 acres of some of the most versatile terrain in North America, the Village is an incredible destination unto itself. Here you’ll find 5-star accommodations, world-class restaurants and some of the finest service in the winter recreation industry.
Winter Park prides itself in being one of the smaller Colorado ski resorts along the I-70 corridor - a hidden gem which avoids the crowds who flock to the larger resorts. Tucked away whilst still a manageable drive from Denver, Winter Park is a wonderful choice for those wanting to enjoy the Colorado mountain experience as well as great value.
Best of the rest
Big Sky, Montana lives up to its moniker. Stand a top Lone Peak and the 360 degree vista is indeed vast. Those who make the effort to get to Big Sky are rewarded with over 5,000 acres of terrain, Biggest Skiing in America®, and a noticeable lack of people on the slopes and lifts. Not only is the acreage massive, so is the vertical feet of decsent that awaits your thighs - Over 4,300!!
Fernie and Alpine Resort offer wonderful Canadian hospitality and ambiance. Make the most of the 5 alpine bowls and over 2,400 acres of skiing and snowboarding on an average snowfall base of 444 inches. Like many ski resorts in North America, the town of Fernie is a short drive 10 min drive from the base of Alpine Ski Resort which allows you either the downtown charm or slopeside convenience.
Kicking Horse in British Columbia, Canada is a firm favourite for those wanting to explore beyond the crowded ski resorts and feel like they are away from all the hustle and bustle. Kicking Horse has a modern lift system that makes light work of the low traffic on the mountain. The ski resort is only 2 hours from Banff so this is an ideal resort for a twin center ski holiday.
Northstar is located on the northern shore of Lake Tahoe in California. Boasting $60 million in recent investment, guests staying here will immediately see the benefit to their ski holiday. Stay at the Ritz Carlton located mid mountain and truly feel the on mountain ski in/ski out experience, and centred around the outdoor ice skating rink are a range of restaurants and boutiques. Although not the largest ski resort in California, Northstar does not suffer from crowded slopes, allowing you to take full advantage of Sierra Nevada terrain.
Red Mtn is one of those ski resort gems that you love to find and hope stay a bit of a secret. Keeping this one quiet with all the accolades that have been awarded to this British Columbia resort will no doubt be tough. RED, as it is known to locals, have huge terrain, great diversity and the benefit of a genuine gold mining town only 5 mins from the base of the ski mountain.
Revelstoke in British Columbia, Canada, has since 2007 offered the most vertical in North America, with 1713 metres or 5620 vertical feet of lift accessed terrain. Combining 2 high alpine bowls, legendary glades and beautiful groomed runs across 3121 acres of skiing, Revelstoke is the only resort worldwide to offer lift, cat, heli and backcountry skiing from one village base. Across the full range of ski resort owned companies you have access to 515,000 acres of terrain!
Known for its abundance of light, dry snow, which has been coined “Champagne Powder”; Steamboat is a favorite among locals and international travelers alike. Along with its reputation for the best powder in the area, Steamboat Springs is also a charming town that’s been aptly named “Ski Town USA”. It’s one of the bigger ski towns in Colorado, and has the typical laid-back feel that these authentic Western towns are famous for. You’ll find great nightlife après skiing.
Like Aspen, Telluride is one of Colorado’s premier ski destinations for the rich and famous. The reason being twofold: Telluride is an exquisite little town surrounded by spectacularly beautiful mountains; and the skiing is outstanding. Striking, snow-covered peaks jut up just behind this fashionable community that boasts world-class cuisine, first-rate art galleries, darling period homes and a surplus of enticing designer boutiques.