Variety of terrain and aspects and elevations. Best place to chase Aussie snow when powder is on. And turns on great in the spring. Good for a bit of side country access as well.
Leave a review Share your experiences
It was a great experience. Given it is starting to get quite busy I'd like to see plans for more chairlifts and runs in the near future. Other than that it was great
Loon is awesome, I started skiing a few years ago and I couldnt have picked a better place. Solid New England resort, good snow, close, accessible. The Bunyun Room is the spot for apres and 80s day is UNREAL.
Well organised mountain. Friendly staff. Awesome terrain. Well inputted rules for backcountry. Fun apre bars. Easy access to food. Needs a high spped hooded chair up to angel for the really cold days.
Awesome place to ski... huge amount of varied difficult terrain, cool forested areas down low and amazing long, fast and challenging runs. Really good lifts, minimal line ups. I feel like it makes you a better rider!!!
Thredbo is a great family resort. We have stayed in Woodbridge area near Friday Flat. Great easy access, great area for kids and access to all mountain areas from here.
Breckenridge Is a excellent option for a family ski vacation. The terrain offers something for everyone and there is plenty of ski in, ski out accommodation on offer at either one of the three base areas. Snow quality is excellent right through to mid April due to the high elevation.. The town of Breckenridge has lots of charm with numerous dining options and crepes a la cart is a must visit. The on mountain dining is consistent, albeit rather monotonous and pricy which is typical of a Vail owned resort. The close proximity to a number of other excellent resorts makes hiring a car a good option for the occasional day trip. All up a good mountain and town that would suit most families from beginner to expert.
With the most terrain in North America, apres and restaurants to compete with the best of them and an average annual snowfall of 37 feet, Whistler has it all. One thing I love about the resort is that you will find green and blue runs from the very top of the alpine to the bottom of the ski -out. For beginner and intermediate skiers, this is such a unique chance to explore the top of the mountain and enjoy the same views that the best skiers here enjoy - and they are some stunning views. Whether you're on Crystal chair, atop 7th Heaven or cruising through Symphony, the scenery will take your breathe away. For advanced skiers, the range of black to triple black runs goes on and on. Even once you've skied all the runs you want to on the trail map (there's over 200), have a look on Fatmaps and you'll find more runs and more exploring to do. The powder here is heavier than it is in more in-land resorts, so that is one of the few negative points that I can think of, but then being a coastal resort means more powder days in the first place! Overall, this place is great for all levels and especially families with different abilities.
Fantastic location with access to the three valleys. Boatloads of snow and night time entertainment. Caters to all abilities and very busy high season weeks easily and easily one of the most scenic resorts in Europe!
A great resort and the only decent sized resort in Australia that is a day trips distance from a major city (Melbourne). Some good off-piste options a short walk away