Aspen, Colorado Nestled in the Rockies, Aspen is renowned for its stunning ski slopes, vibrant cultural scene, and the Maroon Bells, two iconic peaks that reflect in crystal-clear lakes.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming Surrounded by the Teton Mountains, Jackson Hole offers world-class skiing and abundant wildlife, making it a year-round haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada The jewel of the Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe boasts pristine blue waters, incredible hiking trails, and a range of watersports set against a dramatic alpine backdrop.
Taos, New Mexico Taos' unique adobe architecture is set against the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, offering a rich blend of Southwestern culture and outdoor adventure.
Telluride, Colorado This former mining town is now a haven for skiers, hikers, and festival-goers, with its box canyon setting creating a breathtaking natural amphitheater.
Gatlinburg, Tennessee Nestled in the Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg is a gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, offering stunning vistas, hiking, and charming Appalachian culture.
Sedona, Arizona Known for its striking red rock formations, Sedona provides a spiritual and visual retreat with hiking, jeep tours, and a vibrant arts scene.