Best places for skiing in America (Part 2)

Mount Shasta Ski Park (California)

The ski area is in the shade of Mount Shasta, a volcano of 4322 m high in the state of California. You will discover, Mount Shasta Ski Park has things that you can hardly find in California today.

For just $ 49 for an adult weekday admission ticket, you’ll be surfing over 7 m of snowflakes. And with the El Nino phenomenon this winter, there is more to it than that! The controlled area covers more than 1.72 km², you can ski all day and night.

75% of all routes are for new players or have some experience. Shasta Resort is also extremely friendly, so do not hesitate to bring new ski friends to join. And with this great snow sports school, they will also plan to come back with you before you know it!

Mount Burke (Vermont)

Vermont is located in the Northeast of the United States and is home to many beautiful ski resorts. Thanks to the Appalachian Mountains, the ski routes here are truly spectacular. Because of the price inflation attributed to the rich in New York and Boston, you will find that the wallet is a lot lighter after a visit to the hills and mountains here.

But Mount Burke is a rare convergence of both quality and price. For a price that can’t be lower, $ 64 for each entry ticket, you’ll be free to wander and test your courage. 86% of the rinks are average or harder, stay away from the Yuppie youth that can cause clashes when they are not paying attention, and only good skiers will be left.

Dartmouth Skiway (New Hampshire)

Want to find a college with a snow resort in the backyard? Yes, you have come to the right address!

Located in Hanover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth University possesses a hill 20 miles north of the campus. The hill is used to train athletes for the school’s snow sport. However, snow lovers can still join above 300 meters for only $ 47 entry fee.

Although there is a whole list of ski resorts in the United States, we realize that some of you sitting here would like to visit Canada this winter. You may shudder to know the expensive cost of living here, but there are still many snow resorts with prices not too “dough”.