When you take a ski holiday in North America, your destination airport is likely to be in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. As all our holidays are tailor-made, we can help you combine your ski trip with a city stopover.
Why not add a 48 hour city break on to your trip and discover some of the most interesting city destinations in North America.
Set on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is the gateway to the skiing at Whistler. Vancouver is also one of the most scenic cities in the world set against a spectacular backdrop of ocean and mountains.
You have to drive through downtown Vancouver on your way up to Whistler, so it makes for a great city stopover on your way to, or from, the resort. Why not spend 48 hours in Vancouver exploring.
Salt Lake City is the gateway to the ski resorts in Utah, which are world renowned for their powder snow. The snow is so good here, Utah has trademarked it as the ‘Greatest Snow on Earth’
Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah and an urban gem. This isn’t your regular ski town – this is America’s ski city. Set at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains, the ski resorts of Park City, Deer Valley, Solitude and Snowbird are all easily accessible in under an hour from the airport.
Denver is known as ‘The Mile High City’ and is the gateway to some of the best resorts in the Rockies, including Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek and Winter Park. Sitting at the base of the Rockies front range, it’s easy to overlook Denver as a city break destination as you head straight to the skiing. However, Denver has earned the reputation as one of the most vibrant, cosmopolitan cities to live in the USA.
Take 48 hours and explore the culture, history and activities that Denver has to offer.
Montreal is the gateway to the skiing in Tremblant and Quebec. The city has real pizazz, with countless galleries and museums, great shopping, fine restaurants and a dazzling nightlife.
Take 48 hours to explore the waterfront, wander through the old town, the underground city or stop over and enjoy the High Lights Festival in February or the Fetes de Neiges at the end of January.