Gone are the days when ski areas shuttered their lifts in April and said goodbye to guests until the following Thanksgiving. With world-class golf, lift-served mountain biking, hiking, rafting and fishing, mountain resorts burn all summer.
Summer at Shanty Creek passes with silky elegance. The resort's three villages-Summit, Schuss and Cedar River-are surrounded by deep woods, rolling fairways and sun-kissed lakes, soothing respites atop peaks that overlook northern Michigan's Jordan Rive
Tucked in the mountains of south-central West Virginia, Snowshoe Mountain Resort offers world-class whitewater, 125 miles of mountain bike trails and championship golf. But that's not all you'll find at this four-season, high-country playground.
The top of Sunday River is the perfect place to check out Maine's ancient, stunning green forests or catch a view of 6,288-foot Mount Washington, N.H., New England's highest peak. Once you've had your fill of vistas, head downhill.
For more than 60 years, skiers have known about the winter wonderland Tremblant offers. Now imagine this mountain haven when the snow melts and the 360-degree summit view surrounds you with endless trees, lakes and rivers.
The Big Mountain Resort is an excellent base camp for exploring Montana's abundant riches. Located 8 miles north of Whitefish and 35 miles east of Glacier National Park, the resort is a hotbed of summer recreation.
This American classic has served as a winter refuge for the rich and famous since its 1935 inception, when Averell Harriman decided to create a grand American ski resort at the end of his Union Pacific train line.