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Located in northern Patagonia , Bariloche is a charming small city, with Swiss influence apparent in its chalet styled buildings and numerous chocolate shops. Bariloche serves as the gateway to one of Argentina’s most renowned ski areas – Cerro Catedral. Cerro Catedral is named for the Gothic cathedral-looking granite spirals, which grace the summit of its ski mountain. It is distinguished above other South American Resorts by having a true base village, offering slope side accommodations, and a respectable variety of restaurants, shops, cafes, and bars to suit all apres-ski and nightlife interests.
A ski club favorite, trips to the summit of lovely Mt. LeConte in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN have quickly sold out for the last 20 years – so sign up right away or you will be left out! At 6500’ above sea level, the historic log cabin village atop LeConte is the highest lodge east of the Rocky Mountains, and is accessible only via five beautiful hiking trails. All five of the trails (approx. 3000 ft. elevation gain) to the lodge are not especially difficult if we take our time on this incredibly scenic hike. The mountain is especially famous for its beautiful sunrises and sunsets and frequent deer and bear sightings, so don’t forget your cameras!
Big Sky Resort is known for giving skiers and riders access to more skiing than anywhere else in the United States. Located in south central Montana, about fifty miles south of Bozeman, Big Sky provides visitors with updated amenities, a well developed infrastructure and over 5,750 acres of skiable terrain.
At the crossroads of France, Italy and Switzerland, Chamonix sits at the base of the 15,767 foot Mont Blanc. The power and beauty of the legendary Chamonix area is unmatched. This “bucket list” destination is the oldest ski resort area in France. There are four different ski areas (two of them with new Gondolas) with a total of 170 km of ski runs to satisfy all levels of skiers, each easily accessed from Chamonix.
Overlooking the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly Ski Resort is one of the most unique snow sports destinations on the planet. With a higher elevation, and the most skiable terrain in the area, Heavenly has more hidden glades to explore and groomers to rip than any other Lake Tahoe resort. Off the slopes you will find more activities and après ski choices than you know what to do with!
Holding the title of North America’s largest resort, these two colossal mountains offer more than 200 marked trails that include in-bounds, backcountry, wide-open glaciers, powder-filled bowls, secluded glades and perfectly groomed trails. Freestylers will find six terrain parks that accommodate beginners to elite athletes, including a 22 foot super pipe. Averaging 462 inches of snowfall each year, there’s something for everyone at Whistler Blackcomb. And In October 2016, Vail Resorts announced their official acquisition of Whistler Blackcomb, which now makes Whistler a part of the Epic Ski Pass.
Snowmass is one of the four resorts of the Aspen Snowmass group and one of the largest ski resorts in North America. It is primarily known for having the most vertical drop of 4,406, in the United States. Snowmass is famous for its diversity--- from cruisers, glades, steeps, terrain parks, and halfpipes - Snowmass has it all. But if that’s not enough terrain for you, Buttermilk, Ajax, and Aspen Highlands are just fifteen minutes away.