Choose your slope, strap in and embark on an epic winter journey.
Gear up, thrill-seekers! It’s National Snowboard Day, and the perfect time to plan an epic winter adventure. Whether you prefer the towering peaks of the Rockies, the wild terrain of Wyoming or the East Coast charm of Vermont, there's a perfect destination waiting for you. We rounded up some of the best snowboarding spots across the United States, so grab your board (don't forget a ski jacket!) and get ready to bask in the beauty of these winter wonderlands.
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Breckenridge is a snowboarder's paradise with its meticulously groomed runs and world-class terrain parks. From wide-open groomers to challenging bowls, Breckenridge serves up something for riders of all levels. Plus, the historic town offers a picturesque setting to unwind after a day on the slopes.
Aspen Snowmass, Colorado
Another Colorado gem, Aspen Snowmass is a premier snowboarding destination with four unique mountains, all accessible on a single lift ticket. You’ll get access to 5,600+ acres of some of North America’s best terrain. From the backcountry bowls of Aspen Highlands to the unmatched vertical descent of Snowmass, this iconic spot provides an unforgettable winter sports experience.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
For those seeking an adrenaline-pumping trip, Jackson Hole in Wyoming is a top pick. Known for its steep chutes, deep powder and legendary expert runs, this resort attracts advanced riders from around the country. The authentic western atmosphere and welcoming vibe of the town are the perfect backdrop after a day of shredding.
Park City, Utah
Home to the largest ski resort in the United States, Park City strikes the perfect balance of thrills and chill. With 7,300 acres, 330 trails, 40 lifts and 7 terrain parks across 3 distinct base areas, the resort caters to boarders of all abilities. Enjoy the vibrant après-ski scene and the accessibility of Salt Lake City for a well-rounded winter getaway.
Known as the "Beast of the East," Killington lives up to its reputation, boasting the largest vertical drop in New England and an extensive trail network ranging from steep mogul runs to gentle groomers. Efficient snow-making equipment ensures it’s one of the first mountains in North America to open and one of the last to close at the end of the season. After the slopes, go on a heart-pumping snowmobile tour, take a scenic gondola ride or hit up the lively après-ski scene.