Skiing in late spring and summer, when the weather warms up, means heading to the highest peaks of North America and Europe. Or, for powder chasers, it means flying to the Southern Hemisphere, to countries like New Zealand, Australia, Chile, and Argentina, where the winter ski season goes from June to October. Check out our
As the ski season ends in North America it’s time to plan those Southern Hemisphere ski trips. Southern Hemisphere countries, including Australia, start their ski season when summer starts in North America. And while Australia may be known for its miles of coastline, the Outback and never ending beaches, it also has some great ski
Once the ski season winds down in North America, it’s time to start planning those South America ski trips. As it turns to summer in North America, the lifts start spinning for the winter ski season in South America. South America’s Southern Hemisphere location means that the seasons are flipped. So while June marks the
Many of the best ski towns aren’t just for the winter ski season. In fact, most ski towns are as good, if not better during the summer months as winter. As the snow melts, the temps rise and the days get longer, it opens up more possibilities in ski towns around North America. Ski slopes
November to April is just not enough skiing for some of us. When you’ve got that itch to keep skiing or riding, no amount of mountain biking, hiking or countless other warm-weather distractions are going to cut it. And while many powder chasers may head to South America, New Zealand or Australia to ski after
Summer is for mountain adventures, lake days, and soaking up the sun. So why not combine it altogether with a hike to an alpine lake. North America is dotted with beautiful alpine lakes. And while many of them require a hike, trust us when we say that the hike is worth it. Below you’ll find
A ski resort with terrain for all levels and closeby lodging, lots of apres ski activities and a good ski school make for great vacations on snow.