Favorite destinations for winter vacation

With winter vacation is fast approaching, you may wonder what you should go. Many people would want to go to sunny beaches with white sun and bright, sunny weather. You should look fit great winter vacation and you can do it in the United States. Whether it is snowmobiling, skiing, RV camping and other activities, you don’t need to escape the cold weather. Here are winter vacation spots that you should consider:

  • Lake Tahoe: Lake Tahoe is a fun destination for everyone. At this location, you can choose vacation home rental. There are many spots for snowboarding and skiing at Lake Tahoe. Ski resorts in this area include Sierra at Tahoe, Mt. Rose, Alone Meadows and Diamond Peak. Lake Tahoe is known for its small town feel you may find affordable potions fit skiing and other activities. Tahoe Meadows is a great place to visit with its flat, big and open meadows. It is also great for sledding and beginner riders. The Blackwood Canyon is known for its heavier terrain. After a busy day doing outdoors activities, you can return to the rental home for a rest and some hot chocolate.
  • Newberry and Whitefish Point: Michigan is well known for various winter activities, such as moose hunting and snowmobiling. Newberry and Whitefish Point is a great place to get winter funs. As an example, you may watch the annual sled dog race and see who wins the race. Whitefish Pointer is also called the Graveyard of Ships. On the bottom of the bay, there are hundreds wrecks of ships and boats.
  • Wisconsin: Wisconsin is often called as the snowmobiling capital of the United States. The state has more than 20,000 groomed trails, which are adequate for beginners and intermediate snowmobiling enthusiasts. Wisconsin also has plenty of mountain cabins that you can rent during winter. Many people who live in warmer states of the United States often go to Wisconsin during winter, so they can experience a new environment with frosty breath, icicles on the trees and snow-capped mountains. Snow-capped mountains, icicles the trees, and frosty breath is the lead in to great skiing in this area. Not a skier? No problem this area offers ice skating and other winter activities. Try Great Wolf Lodge for family fun or take in a little magic for the kiddies at the Rick Wilcox Magic Theater. You can take a trip back in time to the days of the original settlers of the area with the Glockenspiel or the Thunder Valley Inn’s Farm Dinner Show.
  • Girdwood, Alaska: Girdwood is located 40 miles south of Anchorage. It’s a great location for skiers. It’s the location of Alyeska Resort, which is the largest ski resort in Alaska. The resort has a 60-man tram, two magic carpets and six lifts. With the tram, you will climb along the steep northern face of the mountain.

Instead of escaping the cold and going to warmer states such as Florida or Nevada; you may embrace the cold weather and have various exciting activities.

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