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Who to visit if you want to ski or snowboard outside Europe

Why not check out some of the awesome tourist boards and tour operators from around the world to help you decide whether to head stateside or hit the powder in Japan.

The majestic peaks of North America can offer a whole new perspective when it comes to skiing or snowboarding, compared to their European cousins. Many tour operators now offer reasonably priced packages and the resorts are keen to welcome Brits to their powder fields and acres upon acres of groomed slopes. Why not see what North America has to offer this winter by visiting these stands at the Festival.

The resorts...

With resorts from both Canada and the USA coming to the Show you can see the vast choice on offer - browse round and pick a place that suits you.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

For 50 years, Jackson Hole has famously delivered legendary powder snow, 4,139 continuous vertical feet, 2500 acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert skiing and snowboarding and a genuine “Last of the Old West” atmosphere.

Mont Tremblant

Tremblant's summit sits at 2,871 feet and offers a breathtaking view on the Laurentians, North West of Montreal. Offering 755 acres of trails for skiers and snowboarders of all levels and a ski station that offers the most sophisticated and powerful snowmaking machines in North America.

Ski Vermont

Ski Vermont is a private not-for-profit trade association serving 20 amazing Alpine resorts helping skiers and snowboarders experience “winter in its original state.”

Sun Peaks

British Columbia’s Sun Peaks Resort boasts Canada’s second largest ski area with a whopping 4,270 acres of skiable terrain! Perfect for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. In 2018, Sun Peaks Resort was named in National Geographic’s Best Winter Trips 2019.

Ski Utah

The state of Utah is famous for its world-class resorts and for having endless days of snow! Ski Utah is dedicated to promoting the ski and snowboard industry in the great state of Utah, so head over and have a chat about why you should head stateside this winter.

If North America isn’t for you, why not head East to Japan

Japan offers winter adventures full of culture, outdoor activity, superb cuisine and of course powder like nowhere else. The Japan National Tourist Office (JNTO) is the font of knowledge when it comes to hitting that powder, so pop along and say hello to the team.