Our Ski Vacations – with Allergies
Other Ski Resorts
Eastern North America
- Mont-Sainte-Anne (www.mont-sainte-anne.com) near Quebec City is my favorite eastern Canadian resort for its variety of terrain for all levels.
- Mont Sutton (www.montsutton.com) in the Eastern Townships of Quebec is known for its tree skiing. There is some ski-in, ski-out accommodations, but not much après ski activities.
- Killington (www.killington.com) is in central Vermont and is the largest resort in the east with six different mountains and base areas.
- Jay Peak (www.jaypeakresort.com) in northern Vermont gets the most powder in the east and has great early and late season specials with Canadian at par.
- Sugarloaf (www.sugarloaf.com) in northern Maine has the only above the tree-line skiing in the east.
- Sunday River (www.sundayriver.com) near Bethel, Maine is known for its grooming and intermediate runs. It has 8 different peaks and 3 different base areas.
Western North America
- Big White (www.bigwhite.com) one hour south of Kelowna, BC, is known for lots of dry powder and has the large ski-in, ski-out village in BC.
- Sun Peaks (www.sunpeaksresort.com) is one hour from Kamloops and is the second largest four season resort in B.C. after Whistler Blackcomb.
- Fernie (www.skifernie.com) in south-eastern B.C., is a 3.5 hour drive from Calgary and is known for its bowls and powder.
- Crested Butte (www.skicb.com) near Gunnison, Colorado, is known for expert skiing, but also has good beginner and intermediate runs.
- Jackson Hole (www.jacksonhole.com) in western Wyoming is has a good mix of runs for all levels in addition to its reputation for challenging skiing. It is also near Yellowstone National Park.
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