Park City, Utah

One of the most well-liked mountain resorts in the United States is Park City, Utah, which is famous for snowboarding, skiing, and the Sundance Film Festival.

Breckenridge, Colorado

The location is ideal for year-round travel. If you visit Breckenridge during the winter, you really must go snowmobiling.

Aspen, Colorado

The most breathtaking scenery in the Colorado Rocky Mountains surrounds it, and both summer and winter tourists can enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

In Jackson Hole, you may take a huge bed cable car to Rendezvous Mountain's summit for breath-taking views, fossils, and wildflowers.

Girdwood, Alaska

There are numerous natural attractions in this destination, including mountains, glaciers, glacier valleys, rivers, and rainforests, which will appeal to nature lovers.

Stowe, Vermont

Stowe, sometimes known as the "Ski Capital of the East," is renowned for its breathtaking winter scenery and lush forested slopes.

Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Eastern Tennessee's mountain hamlet of Gatlinburg is renowned as the entryway to the approximately 520,000-acre Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Taos, New Mexico

It is renowned for its ancient adobe structures, including Taos Pueblo, a multistory adobe complex that was long inhabited by Native Americans.

Pigeon Forge

There are endless alternatives for dining, shopping, and housing in addition to exhilarating attractions and award-winning shows.


Denver, the state capital of Colorado, is a historic American metropolis. The city's oldest block, Larimer Square, is home to several iconic 19th-century structures.