Ski Resorts With A Thriving Summer Scene

Think ski resorts are only for winter? Think again. Several ski resorts around the country thrive in the summer months, with abundant activities and attractions to keep visitors busy.

Ski resorts around North America offer plenty of summer fun to keep you busy—and sometimes, it’s even better than the winter scene! So whether it’s music festivals, golfing, or mountain biking, read on to find out where to go for a summer vacation that won’t disappoint.

Snowbasin Resort, Utah

Snowbasin Resort is located in Huntsville, Utah, and features award-winning access only 45 minutes north of Salt Lake City.

Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort, CA

Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort is in Tuolumne County, a destination where you can experience iconic Yosemite explorations, authentic California Gold Country, and unforgettable High Sierra outdoor adventures.

Beaver Creek Resort, Colorado

Nestled at the foot of Beaver Creek Mountain in Colorado, Beaver Creek Lodge is easily accessible, just 21 miles from Eagle County Regional Airport. Visitors can also fly into Denver International Airport, located 120 miles from the lodge, and rent a car or arrange for a shuttle such as the Colorado Mountain Express.

Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia

Sun Peaks Resort is not just a wintertime destination. It is a four-season resort that offers biking, hiking, golfing, pool time, and so much more. Summertime in Sun Peaks is a favorite season for locals.

Park City, Utah

Paul Miller from Family Skier comments, “We love Park City, Utah in the summer. The snow usually melts early in Park City, making the summer season nice and long. Compared to most ski towns, Park City has a decidedly better restaurant and food scene.”

Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona

Arizona Snowbowl is located in Flagstaff, AZ. Although guests wishing to visit the Snowbowl can fly into Phoenix and drive about two and a half hours to Flagstaff, they also have the option to fly into Flagstaff (it is just a smaller airport).

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