When you think of year-round vacation destinations, the first that comes to mind is probably your favorite sandy beach south of the equator. But have you ever wondered what your favorite wintertime destination offers in the summer months?
You might be surprised to find that your favorite ski resort or snowmobiling location has a lot to offer year-round. And during the off-season, you’re likely to get some pretty sweet deals.
For year-round travel, take a look at what these three destinations have to offer in snow and sunshine:
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Snow in Vail, CO
Vail is home to world-renowned ski and snowboard trails. Don’t be intimidated by the mountains, there are plenty of lessons available for skiers and snowboarders at all levels.
If you want to explore at a faster pace, take a snowmobile tour. With summits reaching 14,000 feet, the views are sure to take your breath away.
Sunshine in Vail, CA
Explore the mountains in a new light through trail rides on horseback.
For high-adventure, Vail offers rafting and kayaking tours in the town’s own Whitewater Park.
Upper Peninsula, Michigan
Snow in Upper Peninsula, Michigan
The Upper Peninsula, commonly referred to as the U.P., is full of wintertime activities. Explore the terrain with trails for cross-country skiing or snowmobiling. Or take advantage of the frozen lakes and learn to ice fish.
Sunshine in the Upper Peninsula
Summer will quickly thaw out the lakes so you can enjoy boating, fishing, and soaking up the sun. The U.P. has extraordinary wildlife, which you can explore up close when you stay in a quaint cabin. Use this interactive map to explore recreation, dining and a variety of other attractions.
Lake Tahoe, Nevada/California
Snow in Lake Tahoe
Located on the border of Nevada and California, Lake Tahoe is home to seven snowy ski resorts. But they offer much more than just skiing. Try ice skating under the stars or take a sleigh ride around the lake.
Sunshine in Lake Tahoe
With so many things to do in Lake Tahoe, it’s a great place to relax in the summer months. Explore sandy beaches that surround a large part of the lake. Then, take to the water to enjoy sunset on a sailing cruise.
Remember, it’s not too early to start thinking about planning a winter vacation. The earlier you start planning, the better deals you’ll be able to find.
Plan a trip where you can use those snowmobiles that are in storage – just don’t forget the snowmobile insurance. Make sure your snowmobile insurance coverage is up to date to stay protected on the trails.
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