If you’re coming up to Alaska for the winter and plan to cross Portage Glacier than you should also plan to spend a few late nights.
Salt Lake City makes a great winter weekend trip.
Breckenridge is the kind of quiet, little snow town that makes you feel like you’re on a holiday movie set.
The fluffy white stuff just makes it all that much more magical, trust me! The crowds vanish, icicles dangle from tree branches, snowflakes coat the Valley, and the entire park is so calm and bright. A winter wonderland for sure!
Vail is one of the most well-known US Winter Destinations, and popular it is, with estimates of almost 700,000 people visiting during the winter!
If your heart is longing for winter in the Swiss Alps, but your pocketbook is telling you to stay stateside, Midway, Utah is the perfect destination for a snowy winter getaway.
The Montana college town of Missoula is a haven for hippies, foodies, and outdoors enthusiasts.
Park City, roughly 45 minutes away from Salt Lake City, is an absolute haven for winter sports enthusiasts and a for everyone else.
The Florida Keys provide one of America’s favorite warm winter getaways, and rightfully so.
Just be sure to pack all types of clothing as the weather varies greatly in the winter months – one day you’ll be sporting a short-sleeved tee while the next you’ll be bundled up in your warmest winter jacket. You just never know!