- Wild West towns
Swing-door shop fronts and traditional Wild West charms in Breckenridge - drop in at the Gold Pan Saloon, one of the oldest bars in the USA.
- Tree skiing
The USA is home to some of the world's best tree skiing - weave through the pines in Vail's back bowls.
- Après done differently
One half of Heavenly is in Nevada, so expect raucous on-mountain parties and hotel casinos aplenty.
- Deep powder
Have a taste of the famous soft, dry powder snow in Breckenridge, Park City and Aspen.
So what's it like?
Big mountains, Old West towns and some of the quietest slopes around – there are lots of reasons to ski the USA. But it’s the snow that really sets it apart...
The resorts we’ve chosen in Colorado benefit from their high altitude, while the state also receives over 300 days of sunshine, which means bluebird days and a great goggle tan when you get home. Meanwhile, Utah claims to have the greatest snow on earth, with light and fluffy powder ensured by the moisture being drawn out of it over the Nevada desert. Experience it for yourself in Park City. New for 2017/18 is Heavenly, which is split between Nevada and California, situated on the stunning Lake Tahoe.
Please note: When registering for your ESTA you must have a valid passport at the time of registration. For any travel to the USA, it must be an e-passport that contains the microchip and the e-passport symbol.