Where to Ski in December

Choose the luxury resort of Vail for skiing in December and take advantage of excellent ski schools and a wonderful atmosphere.

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Where to Ski in December

If you can’t wait for the year to end in order to show off your skiing abilities, there are many great spots to go luxury skiing in December. Even though most people wait for January and February to hit the slopes and pistes, an increasing number of skiers enjoy the great conditions that some mountains and luxury skiing resorts have to offer. In fact, there are many advantages to skiing before welcoming a new year. Just to mention: slopes are still quite uncrowded, transportation facilities available in resorts have shorter queues and skiers can be the first ones to enjoy the best snow of the season.

                There are great skiing opportunities in December in the United States and Canada. Here are our top picks.

Luxury Skiing in the United States in December

                Vail and Breckenridge, in Colorado, are upmarket ski resorts that have a little something for everyone, no matter how skillful you are as a skier.

Many of the slopes in Veil offer skiers thrilling challenges, but there are also excellent ski schools, amenities for children such as zipline, climb ropes or enjoy guided hikes or easier pistes so that everybody can have a great time.

Perched at one of the highest spots in the Rocky Mountains, Breckenridge and its four

different mountain peaks with tens of trails are suitable for all skiing abilities. There are plenty of gentle runs and many other that even the most expert skiers find challenging. Besides, there’s a thick powder on the slopes from around November.

Luxury Skiing in Canada in December

                Whistler and Banff and Lake Louise, in British Columbia, are superb Canadian luxury ski resort for those looking forward to enjoy the early snow. They both offer skiers great snowing facilities and breathtaking views.

Whistler stands out with its impressive snowfall and for being a great luxury skiing resort for families and younger skiers. It’s also famous for its lively aprés-ski scene, with its many pubs, club night and restaurants.

Banff and Lake Louise slopes are covered in a thick powder. Most of its ski trails for intermediate to advanced skiers and there are double black diamond runs for real thrill seekers. However, less skillful skiers won’t be disappointed either since there are a few easier trails as well. What makes Banff and Lake Louise luxury skiing resort so attractive is probably its many hot springs. Can you imagine yourself relaxing in one of its hot springs while enjoying the view of its snowy mountains after an exhausting day in the slopes?