Photo: France offers a multitude of cabins that are sure to provide you with a relaxing and memorable experience. CNN
While some individuals despise the cold and snow that wintertime brings, others enjoy the time tucked away in a cozy lodge while taking advantage of every wintertime activity. Whether you want to take part in winter activities such as skiing and snowshoeing or just having a relaxing evening watching the flakes fall from the sky as you sit by the fire, many lodges offer the chance for an unforgettable winter getaway.
You might think that you know luxury, but you have no idea. Not until you have spent a vacation in one of these unbelievable cabin rentals. Whether you’re planning a Christmas trip on the slopes, a scenic autumn getaway, or treating yourself to a celebrity-style spring or summer retreat, there is something for you. These cabins combine a rugged outdoor venture with lavish comforts and amenities.
The moment you pull up the driveway, you will know you’re in for a memorable vacation. You can expect cabins to feature everything from gourmet kitchens and heated swimming pools to floor-to-ceiling fireplaces and outdoor patios. The stunning views, game rooms, cinemas, and added services will allow you to relax and not worry about a thing. Experience a stay, unlike any other at one of these 30 luxurious cabins scattered throughout the United States and across the world. .
30. Imagine a magical Christmas at Severin’s in Austria.
Although relatively new, hotel Severin’s Alpine Retreat located in Lech, Austria, is a winter getaway that you will want to visit this year with your family! After opening its doors for the first time in early 2017, the luxurious winter getaway has already become a well-known rare luxury. There will not be a shortage of space for you and all of your family and friends with nine suites. Each suite is sure to take your breath away as they are all equipped with fireplaces and terraces. Each suite offers unique, breathtaking mountain views.
In addition to the nine suites, the Severin’s Alpine Retreat hosts an additional, luxurious, four-bedroom private residence equipped with a private hot tub and home cinema. As the night winds down, relax in the hot tub and soak up the calming environment. Let’s not forget that the hotel Severin’s Alpine Retreat comes with a Michelin-starred chef and original Lichtenstein artwork beautifully placed throughout its walls. Prices can start at $815 a night. It is easy to understand why some may stay cozy inside and forget about hitting the slopes altogether!
29. Chalet Alpaca is beyond your average ski lodge.
Located in Meribel, France, Chalet Alpaca offers various amenities that you will be on your Christmas list. Included in the rental are its own in-house chef, a personal chauffeur to take you and your guests to the slopes, and a concierge service. The experience will be unlike any you have ever experienced. Able to accommodate up to 14 individuals in six en suite bedrooms, there is enough room to have an intimate winter getaway with your closest friends or family. In addition, Chalet Alpaca has its own outdoor pool and hot tub, massage room, and library. Don’t worry; there is also plenty of entertainment for any children. Within the walls of Chalet Alpaca is a game room equipped with a climbing wall and vintage pinball machines. If you are looking to stay on a fully serviced basis, prices start at $43,000 per week. This rental does require a minimum stay of seven nights, but who couldn’t use a week-long vacation?
28. The Rustic Inn is a quiet winter getaway situated on 12 acres.
The Rustic Inn, located in Jackson, Wyoming, offers a plethora of wildlife and one-of-a-kind experiences. You will want to ensure your binoculars are by your side every minute. Situated on 12 acres near the National Elk Refuge, you are sure to see a large variety of wildlife, including deer, elk, moose, osprey, falcons, and other species that are native to the property. Just a couple of blocks from Jackson’s downtown square, you will be able to experience the best of both worlds. Explore and experience the lively hum of downtown Jackson Hole, Wyoming, during the day and then retreat to the luxurious cabin and spend the night around the fire. If you feel like venturing out, you can explore the snow-drenched slopes on skis by the saddle or snowmobile. There is an option for everyone. After returning from the mountains, end the night by taking a dip in the heated outdoor pool.
27. If you are looking for an American frontier experience, then look no further than Truckee, California.
The Lost Trail Lodge in Truckee, California, offers an authentic American frontier experience. You can play pioneer in this backcountry escape that is strategically built in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. The lodge offers four cabins that can accommodate the entire family while also providing a little privacy. Each house is equipped with antique cast-iron cookware, gas stoves, private Jacuzzis, and shelves stocked with books, board games, and wilderness guides. The journey to this rustic outpost is far from easy. To get to these tucked away cabins, you are looking at a four-mile hike, cross-country ski, or snowshoe journey through the woods. It is not called Lost Trail Lodge for anything! Once you have arrived, the good news is you can disconnect from the fast pace of life and curl up with an excellent book or spend some relaxing time soaking in the tub.
26. Stein Eriksen Lodge is an award-winning lodge ideal for skiers.
While some may dread the snow and cold weather that winter brings, others relish in the opportunity to spend time tucked away inside a cozy mountain lodge. In Deer Valley, Utah, Stein Eriksen Lodge is a five-star hotel and spa with access to the slopes of Deer Valley. Each suite offers its own unique look and comes with a private, jetted tub that you can enjoy after a long day out on the slopes. You also have the option to soak in the winter wonderland scenery outside with an outdoor hot tub on the deck.
Featuring a fireplace, full kitchen, and comfy cloth robes, you may even choose to spend a day of your winter getaway tucked away in the cabin relaxing. However, if you want to take relaxation a step further, head to Stein’s world-class spa. You will have the choice of a variety of treatments and massages in addition to sauna and steam room access. Last but not least, if you are searching for some evening entertainment, head to the Champions Club, where you can enjoy various high-tech or old school games.
25. Chalet Valentine is one of the most recent and luxurious additions to the ultra-hip Meribel.
Although France offers a variety of luxurious cabins, Chalet Valentine is top of the line. Located only 100 meters from the ski track, it is possible to ski straight off the mountain and be at the front door in just a quick stroll. The Chalet Valentine is beautifully spaced, boasting seven rooms. Able to sleep up to 14 people, there is sure to be a space for everyone. In addition, Chalet Valentine comes with a hot tub and private sauna that you can take full advantage of on your sore muscles after a long day in the mountains. If you choose to rent the Chalet Valentine, you will also receive two days of instructions from Bramble Ski Pro. If you dream of the ultimate, relaxing getaway, you can also include catering in the rental, and you won’t have to worry about lifting a finger. With a minimum stay of seven nights, prices start at $41,000 per week for all amenities included.
24. Camp Wandawega is the perfect winter getaway for you and your family.
Whether you want to appreciate your days taking part in winter activities or just spend some time relaxing and watching the snowflakes fall from the sky, Camp Wandawega is perfect for you. Situated between Milwaukee and Chicago in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, Camp Wandawega is practically an adult summer camp. There is a multitude of cabins to choose from that are sure to tickle your fancy. You can stay in the Chipmunk, which offers a vintage feel, or the Raccoon, a three-bedroom house overlooking the surrounding lakes and wetlands. An old school bunkhouse called deer is complete with retro furnishings. On the other hand, if you want to host a reunion with your closest friends, stay in the Bear bunkhouse, which can comfortably sleep you and 23 of your closest friends. At Camp Wandawega, there are no rules!
23. Dunton Hot Springs offers you a unique, unforgettable experience.
Dunton Hot Springs is located in an 1800s ghost town, which has been meticulously restored. In Dolores, Colorado, this memorable cabin offers you and your guests an incredible winter experience. While here, you can saddle up on rugged horses for high mountain rides, ski down the mountain on fresh snow, and throwback whisky shots in an old-fashioned saloon. You can truly live out your wild western fantasies here.
After exploring the mountains during the day, you can settle into one of the great cabins. Styled with period antiques, heated slate floors, and buffalo skin rugs, it is sure to be an experience like you have never had. The best part of this wild west retreat? There are six hot springs on-site, with temperatures ranging from 85 to 106 degrees Fahrenheit for you to take full advantage of during a cold night. You are sure to make an immense amount of memories on this trip of a lifetime.
22. McGregor Mountain Lodge offers a pristine landscape covered in snow.
Do you want to be nestled between Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park? In Estes Park, Colorado, McGregor Mountain Lodge is one of the most beautiful places to be any time of the year. While here, you can enjoy the fantastic views of the terrain; pair the view with wildlife that is passing by your cozy cabin. The most common animals that are likely to walk by and partake in your winter vacation are elk.
There are also many winter activities for you to partake in if you are looking for more adventure. Participate in snowshoeing, sleigh riding, and ice skating during the day. At night, retreat to the cabin and soothe your sore muscles in the hot tub while also enjoying the gorgeous views glaring through the enormous windows and large skylights. At the end of the evening, when you are ready to head back to your cozy cabin, cuddle up to your loved one. You can fall in love next to the warmth of the fireplace.
21. Reserve some time to visit Lake Placid Lodge this winter.
Lake Placid Lodge offers you and your guests an experience unlike any other. With farm-to-table dining, wood-burning stone fireplaces, and hand-carved beds, you are bound to create memories for a lifetime. Lake Placid Lodge offers you the opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax at the moment. With 13 luxurious guestrooms or 17 cabins, there is enough space for as extravagant of a guest list as you would like. Invite just your immediate or extended family for a weekend of relaxation. Each cabin provides you with breathtaking views of Lake Placid and the surrounding mountains. Drink your morning cup of Joe on the spacious porches. Before heading out to the slopes, be sure to fuel up. Lake Placid Lodge offers a feast of apple jam-glazed pheasant, venison tartare, and huckleberry-topped duck breast at the upscale Artisans Restaurant.
20. Imagine taking in these views when you stay at Chalet Grace in Switzerland.
There are very few ski lodges that can match the views of Chalet Grace located in Zermatt, Switzerland. Its floor-to-ceiling windows offer breathtaking mountain scenes. You will be able to take in the iconic Matterhorn that looms above mainly with the beautiful town of Zermatt below. You will have just a short walk away to be at to hit the slopes. However, if you are more interested in a relaxing vacation, the ground floor wellness center has a massage service, sauna, and hot tub. Those three combined offer the perfect comfortable environment. The lavish third floor of Chalet Grace provides entertainment to you and your family with a bar, home cinema, and game room. Feel free to unwind with a glass of wine while curling up and watching a movie with your loved ones. The kids will never be bored. After a fun afternoon skiing on the slopes, they can spend their evenings in the game room with some friendly competition.
19. The Ahwahnee offers a peaceful, quaint winter getaway.
Situated in the heart of the part and among the soaring cliffs and cascading waterfalls of Yosemite Valley sits the Ahwahnee. Especially stunning in the wintertime, when beautifully covered with a blanket of snow, you will be experiencing the quietest time of year. Inside the luxurious cabin, you can relax in the gorgeous interior that blends Art Deco and Native American influences. If you choose to stay in the Mary Curry Tresidder Suite, you will even be able to lie your head down in the same spot that Queen Elizabeth II once slept. Explore the park by taking a stunning walk in the snow where you will pass frozen waterfalls. With the summer foliage gone, it is easier to spot wildlife that lives here in the winter months. You will want to be careful and look out for Yosemite’s resident bobcats, foxes, and marmots that scurry through the woods.
18. Winterlake Lodge is one Alaskan property you will not want to miss out on this winter.
Although many Alaskan properties close during the season, Winterlake Lodge remains open through the spring. By doing so, it is attracting travelers who are in search of Alaskan adventures. Nestled on the western edge of the Alaska Range, Winterlake Lodge includes 15 acres of land. Sitting alongside the Historic Iditarod Trail,
Winterlake Lodge is complemented by a great glacier and snow-capped-mountain views. To reach your cabin, you are required to take a ski plane that brings you directly to the property. You have the option of enjoying your winter getaway in a guest cabin or within a cozy room located in the main lodge. Both room choices come with complimentary access to the lodge’s sauna house. After you spend a day exploring the Alaskan frontier, you will want to take advantage of the sauna house to soak off the day and relax your body.
17. El Lodge is a top-of-the-line luxury cabin that will provide you with a memorable winter getaway.
Located in Granada, Spain, El Lodge is an unforgettable luxury cabin that you and your family will be sure to enjoy. Generally, southern Spain’s Sierra Nevada is often forgotten about by winter sports fanatics. They are typically keener on traditional Alpine runs. However, El Lodge offers a luxury lodge that can hold its own with the very best in Central Europe. You will experience the sharpest rooms with a unique style that is sure to take your breath away. Each room hosts a private hot tub that will be heaven to your aching muscles after a long day skiing.
El Lodge also offers stunning mountain views that are unlike any other. An additional bonus is an in-house restaurant known to serve up the only organic caviar in the world. This winter trip is not an experience you can get anywhere else. Prices for El Lodge start at $390 per room per night. However, don’t miss out on this unique and stunning experience.
16. Sparkling Hill Resort is one of the top mountain resorts in the world.
Sparkling Hill Resort, located in Vernon, British Columbia, is renowned for its elegant décor and stunning surroundings. Winter is one of the most breathtaking seasons here, with the snowflakes falling and the fluffy layer of snow covering the ground. Being tucked away in the mountains overlooking Lake Okanagan, Sparkling Hill Resort is the best place to absorb all of the beauty winter has to offer. If you are a thrill-seeker, you can embark on a once-in-a-lifetime experience with a heli-skiing adventure.
This unique experience will provide you with some of the most amazing high alpine skiing on earth. After a lovely afternoon of hitting the slopes, you can look forward to relaxing at the spa with its offered heated pools and saunas. Each room offers comfort and relaxation with breathtaking views from floor-to-ceiling windows. You can also spend some romantic time with your loved one in the two-person soaking tub.
15. Grouse Mountain Lodge is one of Montana’s finest lodge facilities.
Grouse Mountain Lodge is located in Whitefish, Montana, adjacent to the winter Glacier Nordic Center. As one of Montana’s finest lodges, guests will receive the utmost service and luxurious accommodations. A beautifully situated location that is just minutes from Glacier National Park and the slopes of Whitefish Mountain Resort. You can partake in fresh powder skiing. Additional adventures include dog sledding, snowmobiling, and horse-drawn sleigh rides. Enjoy being taken to and from the ski lifts via a private shuttle service.
If you prefer to stay indoors, the lodge hosts one of the most top-rated day spas offering a plethora of benefits. You can choose from a massage, facial, and revitalizing body treatments that provide real relaxation. The lodge boasts Western-style rooms that provide a rustic ambiance. Enjoy the indoor pool during the day and relax at night in the outdoor hot tub. A bonus to you and your family is the full-service on-site restaurant that offers something to suit every palate.
National Park Inn, located in Mount Rainier National Park, is a wintery, breathtaking paradise. With most of the landscape and local wildlife buried under blankets of deep snow, National Park Inn offers a quaint, relaxing winter escape. The resort has undergone some changes throughout its lifetime in both 1936 and 1990. There are currently 25 guest rooms and a dining room with a menu that highlights the unique flavors of the Pacific Northwest. In the nearby play area, you can enjoy snow tubing and snowboarding. If you are looking for an unforgettable experience or want a fun location to host your next family reunion, reserve your space at National Park Inn. With 25 guest rooms, there is enough space for everyone. You and your family may even spot a white-tailed ptarmigan or snowshoe hare that occasionally leaves tracks in the fresh powder.
13. Escape to Lone Mountain Ranch in Montana this winter.
Unlike others, a clear mountain stream runs through the luxury Lone Mountain Ranch in Big Sky, Montana. Located a mere 20 miles from Yellowstone National Park, it is a popular destination among ranchers, horse riders, and many outdoor enthusiasts. Equipped with 13 cozy cabins, Lone Mountain Ranch creates the needed comfort to offset the chilly winter. You will find patchwork quilt-topped featherbeds, cozy wood-burning stoves, rocking chairs, and deep-soak tubs. That is everything you could need for a winter getaway that allows you to disconnect and unwind from the constant pressures and responsibilities of life. Children will enjoy the sledding offered. Post-sledding, dive into Chef Nick Steen’s Haute-ranch cuisine, or choose a special prime rib dinner on a horse-drawn sleigh — what an experience to have dinner on a sleigh!
12. Old Faithful Snow Lodge is a beautiful place to experience a tranquil winter wonderland.
With most of Yellowstone National Park’s visitors arriving in the summer months, the winter offers you and your family a quiet few days away from reality in the two million-acre park. Old Faithful Snow Lodge has a plethora of activities for you and your family, including snow coach tours and trips to the Canyon area where you will be able to view the breathtaking, famous Lower Falls in their frozen state. Right out your front door, the Upper Geyser Basin is an extraordinary sight in the chilly temperatures of the season mixed with the steamy hot springs and geysers. If you seek adventure, rent some skis or snowshoes and glide across the endless miles of available cross-country trails. End the evening sipping on a hot beverage, such as hot chocolate by the fire in the lounge while watching the snowflakes elegantly fall outside.
11. Chena Hot Springs Resort should be at the top of your vacation list.
Few things are calming than soaking in the warmth of hot springs while surrounded by cold snow. However, watching the northern lights from the calming waters might be one of them. At Chena Hot Springs Resort in Fairbanks, Alaska, you have the opportunity to do just that. The cold weather that is common in Alaska creates unusually clear skies. The natural light show frequently appears throughout the fall, winter, and even during the spring months.
Book your Alaskan getaway during this time to take full advantage of all Alaska has to offer. When you stay at Chena Hot Springs Resort, you will have once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Take part in dog sled rides, horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice skating, and even flight-seeing over the Arctic wilderness. Last but certainly not least, you can tour the resort’s ice museum, which is the world’s largest year-round ice museum, while sipping appletinis in an ice glass.
10. The Villa is a stunning Canadian lodge that will allow for optimal relaxation.
Located in Whistler, Canada, The Villa is in a unique location – right on the side of Whistler Mountain. The Villa is your archetypal Canadian lodge. With a classic look and snow-tipped roof, you will be sure to have a relaxing time in this inviting atmosphere. The fir beams and slate tile offer that classic look. A resistance pool and steam room offer the spa-like experience tucked in one location. When it is time to unwind, take advantage of the home cinema with all of your loved ones. The outdoor hot tub makes it incredibly easy to wind down at the end of the day with the stunning mountain views in the background. There is enough space to accommodate up to 15 people across six bedrooms.
9. Stay at a National Historic Landmark when you go to Timberline Lodge.
Located in the beautiful Mount Hood in Oregon, Timberline Lodge has been a highly-visited tourist attraction. The lodge was constructed entirely by hand with timber and stone back in 1936. It is considered an architectural wonder where it is still being utilized as an impressive ski lodge and mountain retreat. You’ll be left stunned by the lodge’s original artwork and handcrafted furnishings. During the peak of winter, the existing ground floor is typically buried in snow. Guests must access through a snow tunnel – how cool! Despite being built in 1936, Timberline Lodge is equipped with many modern amenities, including a year-round heated outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, and fitness room. Timberline Lodge is a perfect winter getaway location if you are interested in old architecture and are looking for a weekend of complete relaxation.
8. Stowe Mountain Lodge offers a five-bedroom homesite.
Situated in Vermont, Stowe Mountain Lodge offers ski-in/ski-out access to Spruce Peak’s mountain trails. Equipped with five bedrooms, the lodge is spacious enough for your entire family. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room boast of breathtaking views of nearby Mount Mansfield. After your afternoon ski session, take a short walk to the resort’s Alpine Club, where you can indulge in a drink or two. During the evening, you can cozy up around the living room fireplace and sip on some hot cocoa while watching your favorite wintertime movie. Whether you are looking to enjoy the outdoors or prefer to stay inside and enjoy the serene, relaxing atmosphere, Stowe Mountain Lodge can accommodate either need.
7. Sun Mountain Lodge is infamous for their cross-country skiing.
Tucked away in the scenic upper end of the Methow Valley in Washington state is Sun Mountain Lodge. If you like a little bit of history, you’ll be happy to know that this lodge is the first (and largest) cross-country ski resort in the USA; you will find nearly 125 miles of impeccable ski trails. You will rejoice in the spectacular scenery that the paths offer. The lodge is equipped with a full-service ski shop. If you need extra help or instruction, do not worry because Sun Mountain Lodge also has expert ski instructors.
While infamous for their cross-country ski trails, you can also take advantage of other activities, including ice skating, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, and alpine skiing. You have a choice of areas to stay in for your winter retreat. You might select the main lodge or pick cabins alongside the lake located a little over a mile from the main lodge. Each house has a full kitchen, gas fireplace, and a large front porch. You can start your chilly mornings with your hot coffee on the porch and end the night by gazing at the billions of glowing stars.
6. The Ranch at Rock Creek features six thousand acres of Montana wilderness.
At an authentic 19th-century homestead, The Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana offers the best of both worlds. You will get to experience an authentic western experience with all of the luxurious you can expect from a city stay. On The Ranch, you can choose from a wide variety of cabin options, including more luxurious suites in The Granite Lodge, authentic log cabins, or a stay in an impeccably-restored barn.
Visiting the lodge in the wintertime offers you and your family various activities to choose from throughout the day. Enjoy on-property snowshoeing, a horse-drawn sleigh ride, ice skating, and sledding. There is sure to be something at this Montana cabin that everyone can enjoy. If you prefer to ski, located a mere 25 minutes away is Discovery Ski Area. As part of your experience at The Ranch at Rock Creek, you have exclusive access to a ski concierge who will offer transportation to the ski area — you will not have to worry about a thing.
5. Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa is your go-to winter destination.
Surrounded by the Grand Teton Mountain Range in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa offers all types of snow-filled activities. You will even have the chance to observe the wildlife and take in the Western romance combined with some of the most incredible scenery around. With a rustic, laid-back vibe, Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa mix alpine luxury with a western flair. Each suite has a stone gas fireplace, kitchenette, and whirlpool tubs. If you opt to stay in one of the two or three-bedroom suites, you can sip your morning coffee or afternoon hot chocolate on the terrace while taking in stunning views of the slopes below. After a great day of skiing or playing in the snow, head to the lodge’s lobby and relax by the fire. You could also sneak up to the rooftop hot tub and take in even more breathtaking views.
4. Chalet Auriane is a grand ski lodge that you will feel magical during the holiday season.
Located in La Tzoumaz, Switzerland, Chalet Auriane is a spacious ski-in lodge offering access to the Four Vallees. With over 250 miles and 89 ski lifts, you will need to spend more than a weekend here to be able to appreciate its beauty. Split over two floors and built from local stone and wood, Chalet Auriane can accommodate as big of a party as you want or need. There are also many luxurious amenities waiting for you to utilize. Soak in the large outdoor jacuzzi and savor the private views of the entire valley and the town of La Tzoumaz. During your stay at Chalet Auriane, you will be catered to every step of the way. The chef at the lodge will consider each of your guests’ preferences and be sure to meet their expectations.
When renting one of Moonlight Basin’s Silvertip Cabins, guests can take full advantage of Big Sky Resort’s 5,800 acres of European-style skiing in Montana. With stunning views of the Spanish Peaks, Tobacco Roots, and the Lone Peak, the Silvertip cabins are the ideal outpost for adventures. Silvertip cabins provide a rustic-luxe escape for you to enjoy during those chilly winter months. Take advantage of the Moonlight Basin’s hor’s d’ oeuvres hour at The Reserve clubhouse. Interact with other guests by the communal campfire. During the day, take part in the guided skiing outing on the North Summit Snowfield. At night, rent some snowshoes and explore the resort by starlight, followed by a wine-paired dinner at the clubhouse.
2. FivePine Lodge is located in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon.
Nestled in the stunning Cascade Mountains in Central Oregon, FivePine Lodge offers a winter wonderland of your dreams. If you are seeking a quiet, secluded winter vacation, FivePine Lodge is perfect for you. If you are looking to get some alone time with your partner, the lodge offers unique romance and wellness packages. Each cabin has a fireplace, waterfall soaking tub, and plush bathrobes. To enhance that cozy atmosphere, you will find comfy beds with down comforters and pillows. Although it might be hard not to stay in your room the whole time, there are many activities to take part in outside. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. No matter your skill level on the snow, you are sure to find an outside activity that you genuinely enjoy.
1. The Lodge at Spruce Peak is a stunning mountain lodge.
Located in Stowe’s picturesque town, The Lodge at Spruce Peak is a famous mountain lodge that sets the bar high for luxury. With the average annual snowfall in Stowe being close to 22 feet, it is the ideal location for all of your winter dreams. The Lodge at Spruce Peak boasts lavish rooms that will make you feel like royalty. You can take advantage of a luxury spa and truly relax with massages and facials. Throughout your stay, you will experience breathtaking mountain views. Right outside your room, you will have the choice to downhill ski, snowboard, or go cross-country skiing. After a long day in the snow, attend an event at the lodge’s own performing arts center. This winterland getaway operates year-round; it features various events, including live music, concerts, dance, comedy, and films. Reserve your vacation so you can let your hair down.