Use Miles to Get to Your Favorite Ski Resorts
We are right in the middle of ski season! Resorts across North America are reporting great snow amounts and airlines are charging big bucks to get you there.
I'm usually against using miles or points for domestic travel. However, I think it is worth considering using miles or points when tickets cost $600 or more.
Here are some options to get to my favorite 3 ski resorts in North America:
Whistler - BC - Canada
North America's largest ski resort is about 80 miles from the Vancouver International Airport. Flights to Vancouver are expensive year around, I have used miles to get there a few times. All major airlines fly to Vancouver, so options are plenty!
Vail - CO - USA
Vail is about 100 miles from Denver International. Even though the drive is all the way on I-70, it can be tough if there is a snow storm along the way (and often are). Eagle Country Regional Airport is 35 miles from the resort and Delta, United, American and Air Canada fly there during the winter.
Park City - UT - USA
The most accessible large resort in North America is only 35 minutes from Salt Lake City international airport. Recent resort improvements connected the Park City and Canyons resorts making it the largest ski area in the USA. SLC airport is a Delta hub and is served by all major airlines.
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