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Whether you're hitting the slopes with family or friends, we've got the perfect home for your winter getaway. From condos to cabins to chalets, the best places are booking up fast — reserve yours today!

52% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Breckenridge, Colorado



Higher elevations mean early snow and breathtaking views. That plus a laid-back vibe makes Breck one of the country’s most popular ski spots. Sound like your kind of town? Download the travel guide.

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82% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Park City, Utah

Park City


Sure, there’s that famously light Utah powder. But Park City serves up plenty to do for the non-skiers in your group, like a picturesque Main Street and a buzzworthy culinary scene, all just a 30-minute drive from the airport.

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47% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Vail, Colorado



This world-class resort is known for more than just its legendary back bowls. It’s the reigning champ of aprés-ski life, with slopeside bars and white-tablecloth dining.

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75% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Steamboat Springs


The slopes may be covered in champagne powder, but don’t expect to spot any celebs or fancy boutiques. This down-to-earth ski town is typically less crowded and great for families.

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58% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Keystone, Colorado



In Keystone, dining and slope access are masterfully laid out with convenience in mind. That, plus a flurry of kid-friendly activities, makes it a great family getaway.

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 Winter Park, Colorado

Winter Park


Denver’s backyard slope offers the best of both worlds. Avid skiers flock to Winter Park for its abundance of advanced runs, while families with little ones appreciate the ski school, skating rink and dog sled rides.

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44% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Aspen, Colorado



Looking to ski and be seen? Grab your designer ski boots and hit one of Aspen’s four mountains — or skip the slopes and just enjoy the restaurants and spas beloved by the jetset crowd.

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66% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Copper Mountain, Colorado

Copper Mountain


If you’ve got kiddos (or beginners!) in tow, you’ll appreciate how the 2,490 skiable acres are naturally divided into terrain for all levels. Plus, Copper is widely considered one of the more affordable ski spots.

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46% booked for<br/>peak weeks
 Beaver Creek, Colorado

Beaver Creek


This popular ski destination stays true to its slogan (“Not exactly roughing it!”) with swanky amenities like heated walkways, cookie happy hours and ski valet services.

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 South Lake Tahoe, California

South Lake Tahoe


With wraparound views of the lake, this Golden State gem is a go-to for skiing and all-around fun — think helicopter tours, casino nights and even snowball fight flash mobs.

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