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Interesting ski resorts to visit this winter

Banff - Lake Louise, Alberta

Glacial Lake Louise is located in the heart of Banff National Park in Canada. It was originally named Izmrudnoye, because of the color of the water, but it was later renamed after Queen Victoria's daughter. It is the shores of Louise that have taken over one of the most picturesque ski resorts in North America, if not the entire world. There are three ski areas - Mt. Norkau, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise.

Vail, Colorado.

The legendary Vail is perhaps America's most popular resort. It can rightfully be listed as one of the world's top five ski destinations. Vail has the largest ski area in the world, no less than 5,300 acres, and a developed tourist infrastructure and hotels which you can find and book on platform What's there: art galleries, museums, ice skating rinks, special balloons for climbing up and more.

Whistler - Blackcomb, British Columbia

Whistler - Blackcomb is the owner of two ski areas, the names of which form the name of this privileged vacation spot. The Winter Olympics were held here in 2010, so well-prepared trails and slopes are the bare minimum left over from the Olympics. A big difference in altitude, a developed tourist industry and gastronomy for all tastes are the distinguishing features.

European ski resorts to visit

Zermatt, Switzerland

Zermatt is an excellent ski resort in Switzerland. This village is located in a quiet and peaceful corner of the canton of Valais, close to one of the greatest natural attractions of the Matterhorn. You will not find any cars in Zermatt. The world's second-largest altitude drop and lingering snowfalls are features.

Kitzbühel, Austria.

The ancient Austrian ski resort of Kitzbühel is rightly considered an "alpine gem." A fashionable holiday destination with 700 years of history, it is the site of numerous winter competitions. Alpine skiing has been taking place here since the 19th century. The local slopes are the best place for downhill skiing.


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