Slope Slide Love

If winter is sounding good to you during the summer months of heat and humidity, consider the option of booking a honeymoon during the winter. For couples that have a shared love for the outdoors and skiing, we put together a list of five hotels and resorts to satisfy your need for snow.

1. Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole

Encompassed by Wyoming’s beautiful Grand Tetons, this Four Seasons’ resort gives skiers and snowboarders ski-in/ski-out access accompanied by luxury accommodations, starting at $259/night. Their spa was recognized as one of the best in the nation holding 16 treatment rooms and a plethora of massage services.

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2. Clay Brook Lodge

Nestled in the Slide Brook Wilderness area, Sugarbush, Vermont’s unique accommodations provides guests with the privacies of home. With 61 residences, ranging from studios to five bedroom suites, you are encouraged to indulge yourselves into their 53 miles of trails. While it is not slope side, skiers and snowboarders are able to take lifts to Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen.

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3. Resort at Squaw Creek

California’s beauty translates from the beach to their Lake Tahoe resort equipped with 34 chairlifts and 4,000 acres of world famous terrain. The spa has 10 treatment rooms and a spa boutique to bring your experience home with you. Check out their two romance packages and enjoy the snow.

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4. St. Regis Deer Valley

This resort is for skiers only, but does give ski-in/ski-out access to 21 lifts and 100 trails. We love this resort for it’s customizable spa treatments at Remede Spa and their wine vault.

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5. Grand Summit Resort and Conference Center

Sunday River, Maine is known for its thrilling terrain parks, 2,000 acres, and one of New England’s few bowls. The resort stands slope side and has excellent ski and stay packages. Introduce yourself to what Maine has to offer through activities like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice-skating.

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Have an adventure for your honeymoon and spend time doing something other than lying on a beach (which isn’t so bad). We hope planning your winter honeymoon will keep you cool during this summer’s heat.