These days, ski resorts don’t shut down once the snow melts.
In fact, some top-notch ski resorts are offering an increasing number of activities and discounted hotel rates for summer and fall travelers.
At Snowbird Resort in Utah, hotels have rates as low as $79 per person per night, which includes lift tickets.
Compare that to its winter rates, which can cost you up to $800 a night—that is, if you can get a room.
Snowbird’s summer activities include a zipline, an outdoor slide, and even a mechanical bull!
At Squaw Valley in Tahoe, you can ride a cable car, hit the spa, or go ice-skating.
And, on the East Coast, Killington, Vermont has a weekly concert series through early August, plus activities such as an alpine slide and gondola rides.
Summer rates start at just about $50 a night.
And, don’t forget: With mountain resorts, you can usually rely on great hiking, biking and other warm-weather outdoor activities.
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