The best places to ski in the USA (Part 2)

New England’s ski resorts are especially favored by snow sports enthusiasts. Let’s continue to check out the best places to ski in the USA.

In the Eastern United States

Sugarloaf (Maine)

Sunday River (Maine)

Attitash (New Hampshire)

Bretton Woods (New Hampshire)

Cannon Mountain (New Hampshire)

Mount Loon (New Hampshire)

Waterville Valley (New Hampshire)

Wildcat (New Hampshire)

Gore Mountain (New York)

Holiday Valley (New York)

Whiteface Mountain (New York)

Peak Jay (Vermont)

Killington (Vermont) Ski Resort

Snow Mountain (Vermont)

Mount Okemo (Vermont)

Smugglers’ Notch (Vermont)

Stowe Mountain Resort (Vermont)

Stratton Mountain (Vermont) Resort

Sugarbush (Vermont) Resort

Snowshoe (West Virginia)

Some Northeast and Central Atlantic states with ski resorts also have their own ski and ski-related travel sites or spend part of their main travel materials for skiing/snowboarding.

The best place to ski and snowboarding in the Midwest

The terrain in the Midwest and Plains states is generally flatter, thus making the area ideal for cross-country skiing rather than downhill skiing. Although the Arctic winter weather conditions provide abundant snow for skiing and snowboarding, the experience of volcanic (downhill) skiing is really hard to reach in the Midwest (as opposed to the West). Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin are the places you will find the best skiing and snowboarding in the Midwest.

Chestnut Mountain Ski Area (Illinois)

Mountain Sundown (Iowa)

Blackjack (Michigan) Ski Area

Boyne Highlands Ski Resort (Michigan)

Boyne Mountain Ski Area (Michigan)

Indianhead Mountain Ski Area (Michigan)

Marquette Mountain Ski Area (Michigan)

Mount Bohemia ski resort (Michigan)

Nob’s Nub ski area (Michigan)

Porcupine Mountain Ski Resort (Michigan)

Coffee Mill Ski Area (Minnesota)

Giants Ridge Ski Area (Minnesota)

Spirit Mountain Ski Area (Minnesota)

Huff Hills Ski Area (North Dakota)

Mystic Miner ski resort in Deer Mountain (South Dakota)

Cascade (Wisconsin) Mountain Ski Resort

Devils Head Ski Resort (Wisconsin)

Granite Peak (Wisconsin) Ski Area

MT. La Crosse (Wisconsin) Ski Area

According to this document, only the Midwest states – Michigan and Wisconsin – reserve part of their main travel materials for ski/snowboarding tourism.