Convenient to several Northeastern hubs, like New York and Boston, and boasting nearly a dozen world-class ski resorts, the Eastern U.S. should be top-of-mind for the vacationer who wants multiple ski resorts within a couple hours' drive of one another.
New England resorts tend to be more affordable than those you'll find out West, which is a plus for skiers or snowboarders on a shoestring. The mountains are lower in elevation, but sophisticated state-of-the-art snow-making equipment ensures these resorts have prime snow conditions.
Plus, there's nothing like the historical, charming towns you'll find in the New England countryside.
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Vacation Expert Tip
If you live in the Northeast and frequent New England ski resorts on the weekends, consider purchasing an Epic Pass or Ikon Pass. You'll get access to some of the best resorts on the east, out West and around the world.