Top US Family Ski Resorts

Posted: March 14, 2012 in career tips
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Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

Situated right in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the Bretton Woods Resort is known as the state’s biggest and one of the best family ski resorts these days. It is famous for its favorable weather conditions. Its east facing exposure shields the resort from the fierce northeast wind, while its good snow coverage makes it safer and family-friendly. They also feature a Kids’ Club which provides supervised games, dinners and activities.

Crested Butte, Colorado

The resort’s powdery, uncrowded Rockies’ slopes minus the ice patches make them popular for tumble-prone children and adults alike. They also boast children specific trail maps and a kid terrain park that features tabletops, rails, jumps, a mini halfpipe and rolls. Select one from around 20 guest lodgings within walking distance from condos, lifts, luxurious hotels and other amenities.

Hunter, New York

Known as the 2nd tallest peak in Catskills, Hunter Mountain is located just two hours away from Manhattan. As a popular weekend getaway of the busy New Yorkers, the resort has attracted snowboard hipsters who are looking to enhance their butters and ollies. They also offer skateboarding lessons for children and adults with a daycare program that combines short ski courses for toddlers.

Jay, Vermont

Stretching over 50 miles of terrain and more than 100 acres of terrain parks, the Jay peak features a beautiful mix of activities and opportunities for boarders and skiers from all ages. As an added bonus for its guests, the resort offers lodging options that are only a skiing distance from the mountain.

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