Ski Honeymoon

A ski honeymoon is a magical way to celebrate the start of your married life in a winter wonderland. Outdoors and adventure enthusiasts will love the powder-perfect slopes at ski towns and resorts like Aspen, Big Sky and Sun Valley. The spectacular mountain scenery and crisp winter air make for a setting of fun and romance for an unforgettable getaway. There’s a whole range of winter activities to enjoy, and hot chocolate, marshmallows and gourmet food to fuel your adventures.

At Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Mountains, there are slopes for skiers at different skill levels, from beginners to advanced. Telluride has powder slopes and sunny days for ideal skiing conditions, and side-by-side heliskiing if you want to get your married life off to a flying start. Montana’s ski resorts in the Rockies offer some spectacular scenery, and proximity to two immense national parks – Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. You can view the wildlife in winter, and try other winter sports like snowboarding, cross-country skiing and ice fishing.

At Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies you’ll find some challenging downhill runs. Enjoy the beauty and solitude of their magical winter world, take a dog-sledding trip, go ice-skating on Lake Louise, snowmobiling in the backcountry and take a helicopter ride over the Rockies. A Canadian ski honeymoon will become one of your most treasured memories.

At the resorts and towns, there’s plenty to do after a day’s skiing – shopping, sleigh rides, gourmet dining, coffee houses, breweries and live music. Places like Aspen and Park City have a lively nightlife, so bring your dancing shoes. And if you prefer to stay in, you can create your own private romantic retreat. You’ll find all kinds of accommodations, such as charming B&Bs, luxury lodges and spas, farm and ranch stays, and cabins in the woods where you can relax with a glass of wine in front of a glowing fireplace.