Winter is just around the corner and 10Best is looking for the best places to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. More specifically, we want to know your favorite ski hotels and resorts, ski towns, places to enjoy an apres-ski treat and go cross-country skiing.
Vote in each category once per day until voting ends on Monday, November 18 at noon ET.
Click on each category below to vote:
Best Après-Ski Bar
Grab a drink at one of these aprés-ski bars — Photo courtesy of iStock / DanielBendjy
When the sun goes down and the lifts shut down for the day, bars and restaurants in ski towns across North America fill up with skiers and snowboarders looking for a good time with good friends.
These 20 après-ski bars offer top-notch food, drink and atmosphere – a perfect setting to close out a perfect day on the snow. We asked a panel of ski and snowboarding experts to nominate their favorite post-slope watering holes.
Best Cross-Country Ski Resort
A panel of cross-country ski experts picked these resort nominees — Photo courtesy of iStock / kzenon
Few activities can compare to cross-country skiing for the opportunity to experience a quieter, more serene side of winter (with a killer cardio workout to boot). While many alpine ski areas also offer Nordic trails, some of the best cross-country skiing is found at dedicated resorts.
Best Ski Hotel
Unwind after a day on the slopes at one of these hotels — Photo courtesy of iStock / urbazon
These 20 hotels and resorts, selected by a panel of ski and snowboarding experts, offer perks like stunning mountain views, serene spa treatments, convenient slope-side locations and even ski-in, ski-out service. What’s your favorite hotel for the perfect ski-centric winter vacation?
Best Ski Resort
Hit the slopes at one of North America’s best ski resorts — Photo courtesy of iStock / DOUGBERRY
Temperatures are cooling and ski areas all across the USA and Canada are gearing up for their winter season. 10Best wants to know which North American ski resorts are the crème de la crème, so we’ve asked a panel of skiing and snowboarding experts to nominate their 20 favorite resorts – mountains that offer serious snowfall, varied terrain, lots of lift access and all the desirable amenities in town.
Best Ski Town
What makes a good ski town? You decide — Photo courtesy of iStock / Jonathan Ross
What makes a great ski town? Some would say it’s convenient access to the slopes; for others, maybe it’s the variety of restaurants, bars, shops and accommodations. Yet others might gravitate toward a small town vibe or historic atmosphere. What’s your favorite ski town?
Remember, you can vote once per day in each category. The 10 nominees with the most votes in each category will be announced on 10Best.com on Friday, November 29.