Ask anyone at Mount Snow what's new this season and they're quick to reply: "attitude." While Mount Snow has long been among the most popular destinations for New York City folk, this year it aims-via a revved-up events program-to show the rest of the world that it's not just convenient, it's also fun.
It's not as glitzy as next-door Squaw Valley. Nor does it have all the amenities of its more famous neighbor. And you won't find many ski-and-snowboard rock stars hanging out at the base here. But you won't find many posers, either.
The tools are picked up, construction is finished and the new Copper Mountain Village is here. Chronically criticized as a resort with "limited dining and nightlife," Copper counterpunches with its new hub, which boasts 14 restaurants and 21 lodges.