A ski trip of a lifetime...

If North America has never really been on your radar, here are SkiBound's top reasons to take a trip across the Atlantic for your next memorable school ski trip. Take your pick from the Canadian Rockies to the big name resorts of the East Coast of USA... you and your students will not be disappointed. 

Varied resorts

North American resorts live up to their excellent reputation with a mix of compact hillside glades and mountainous mega-resorts on offer across the pond. As well as an equal passion for snowsports as their European counterparts, USA and Canadian resorts offer:

  • stunning views, often over vast lakes
  • resorts cater for novices and experts alike over varied terrain - challenge the experts to take on a double black diamond and see the new skiers get to the top of the mountain.  
  • excellent snow conditions and impressive snow records
  • a mix of compact hillside glades and mountainous mega-resorts
  • modern infrastructure, even at lower altitude destinations

Unique Evening Entertainment

It's no secret that the American hospitality and service is some of the best in the world, and North American resorts offer some of the best in après-ski options. See your students try out:

  • snow-shoeing
  • tubing
  • basketball
  • sleigh rides
  • dog sledding
  • ice climbing
  • indoor water parks and climbing centres
  • even get in the spirit at local festivals!

Stopovers galore

North American ski trips offer a great opportunity to visit some of the most vibrant cities on the continent along with all the history, culture and excitement they have to offer. Your city stopover allows students to experience the buzz of:

  • Boston
  • New York
  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco
  • Denver
  • Vancouver
  • Montréal
  • Toronto

Whatever your educational aims, our team can advise how best to tailor your trip to your group's requirements. 

Easter in North America

A combination of factors mean skiing during the Easter break in North America is a great option. February half term can be a tall order to get to America and back! At Easter, groups enjoy a more leisurely trip with recovery days afterwards, so everyone is fresh for the new term. Not to mention the sunnier days, longer ski hours, better temperatures and emptier slopes; talk about making the most of your ski pass...  

Early booking discounts

Talk to one of our experts to benefit from our early discounts available for the 2019/20 ski season. We pride ourselves in giving you the best deals available with our price match guarantee - we'll match any like-for-like quote found elsewhere. 

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North America Top Resorts

Sunday River

East Coast USA

Known for its dependable snow record, Sunday River stretches across 870 acres of New England territory with 135 trails giving schools plenty of choice.

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Jasper - Marmot Basin

Canada

Jasper offers what you would imagine from a trip to the Canadian Rockies with 1,675 acres of skiable terrain offering groomed runs, tree-lined trails and alpine bowls.

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Panorama

Canada

Located in the scenic surroundings of British Columbia, Panorama offers over 2800 acres of terrain ranging from wide open fall-line cruisers to powder-filled tree lines.

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Winter Park

West Coast USA

Located just 90 minutes away from Denver International Airport, the Winter Park Resort is regarded as one of North America’s premier resorts offering a fantastic range of terrain.

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Jay Peak

East Coast USA

Jay Peak Resort averages the most snow in Eastern North America, over 9 meters a season. That combined with a large indoor water park, indoor climbing/recreation center and ice arena makes this resort a great choice on and off the mountain.

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