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    If You Like Snow, These Are The Best Places For Winter Travel In The US

    Perfect for if you want to cozy up by the fireplace *or* hit the slopes.

    The coronavirus pandemic is still impacting travel, and destinations around the world have different COVID-19 restrictions in place. Always check and adhere to local government policies as you're planning future trips.

    If you're looking for snow, there are plenty of spots in the US to visit for those perfect winter vibes.

    Here's just a few spots you'll want to bookmark for winter travel!

    1. Big Sky, Montana

    Ski runs and condos at Big Sky Ski resort

    2. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

    View of the mountains in Jackson Hole.

    3. Burlington, Vermont

    Evening snowfall in downtown Burlington, Vermont.

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    4. North Conway, New Hampshire

    The village of North Conway in the winter

    5. Lake Tahoe, California

    Emerald Bay in the winter

    6. Sun Valley, Idaho

    woman soaking in hot springs in the winter

    7. Jeffersonville, Vermont

    fresh powder snow with ski lift taking skiers to the top of the mountain

    8. Blowing Rock, North Carolina

    The sun rising above the snowy Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina.

    9. Vail, Colorado

    The valley of Vail in the evening

    10. Ogden, Utah

    Mountains and trees in snowy Ogden

    11. Bozeman, Montana

    Shot of Bozeman's downtown from above.

    12. Fargo, North Dakota

    Fargo theater during a snow storm

    13. Estes Park, Colorado

    Winter sunrise at Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park with the lake frozen

    If winter is your favorite season, you've probably visited your fair share of winter wonderland destinations. Where's your favorite place to embrace the cold? ❄️