December has unfortunately been a record low for snowfall in states like Colorado, where some famous ski resorts are struggling to accommodate skiers from all over the world. Major resorts in Aspen and throughout Colorado are expecting record low snowfalls to continue over the next few months. Spring break skiers may not find the delightful slopes they’re waiting to explore when they reach their destinations, and some resorts plan fake snow production activities through the 2012 winter.
Fortunately for ski fans, the East Coast won’t be missing the snowfall this year. With record snows happening on the East Coast over the past few years, states like New York and Maryland are preparing for more record snow falls in February, March, and even April of 2012.
This is bad news if you’re not fond of winter, but will make for some great skiing. Those travelers who won’t find satisfaction this year on the slopes of Colorado may see some of the best winters yet, with the slopes of eastern ski resorts seeing natural snowfalls – which many seasoned winter athletes agree are the best kind.
If you’re planning a ski excursion to Colorado this year, you may want to consider the East Coast! Some of the ski resorts found in the eastern US are a well-kept secret that travelers and snow sports enthusiasts enjoy yearly.
West Virginia’s Snowshoe Mountain Ski Resort is full of untouched beauty and wonder, in the serene mountains of West Virginia. With both summer and winter activities planned at Snowshoe, you can be assured a fantastic ski adventure – whether you go alone, with your partner, or with the kids and family.
New York’s Hunter Mountain Ski Resort is another fantastic stop for eastbound snow enthusiasts. With zipline tours, snow tubing and an incredible mountain spa, Hunter Mountain offers luxurious and fun getaways for the entire family.
Kavoo air taxi service is a great idea to add on to your winter ski adventure. The East Coast is beautiful during the winter time, and service to small airports near ski resorts across the eastern United States makes Kavoo a great option for winter travel. If you’ve never seen the winter landscape from a sky limo, rest assured it’s a view that you won’t soon forget!
If you’re considering an adventure this winter, don’t wait until snowfall buries the East Coast, and don’t rely on the typical Colorado vacation to get your ski fix – the East Coast’s slopes will be some of the finest in the US this year.