Wondering how to beat the traffic of people, avoid the immense amount of tourists and enjoy your vacation at your leisure? Just visit National Parks during the winter.
Your family vacationan awaits! From skiing, to snowmobiling, tubing, hiking, snowshoeing and more, these National Parks are thriving on their winter sport activities.
Not so much into the winter sports? Its alright! Winter is still the absolute best, and what’s better than a vacation where you can actually feel at peace? Take your time roaming through the parks, admire their beautiful scenery and breathe in the fresh air. Spend quality time with your loved ones, and enjoy the experience of a lifetime.
Below is a list of the Most Beautiful National Parks in the Winter.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Location: Bryce Canyon City, Utah
Bryce Canyon National Park gets plenty of snow. It is a very popular cross-country ski area. Put on your winter clothes and go on a snowshoe hike or take a winter astronomy session. Stay at the Bryce Trails Bed and Breakfast, wake up and go outside on your sun deck and admire the view of the Bryce Canyon. Included in hotel fee is, free wifi, cable, and complimentary breakfast for $145 a night.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Location: Grand Lake, Colorado
Rocky Mountain National Park encourages you to snowshoe in any of their summer hiking trails; making snowshoeing very popular. Along with snowshoeing, you are welcome to go skiing and snowmobiling down the glaciers and steep chutes. Stay at Valhalla Resort in a beautiful cabin surrounded by 15 acres of land. Cabins range from 1-4 bedrooms and have free wifi, cable, full kitchens and decks. Perfect for anyone who is looking for a peaceful vacation. Also included is an outdoor heated pool and hot tub.
Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park is Canada’s Largest of the Canadian Rocky Mountain national parks. It consists of one of the largest cross-country ski areas in Canada. Go to Jasper for its abundant wildlife and majestic views. It consists of For an amazing experience stay at the Marmot Lodge for $65 a night or the Pyramid Lake Resort for $68 a night.
Yellowstone National Park
Location: Wyoming and Montana
Wyoming and Montana are the homes of America’s first national park, Yellowstone National Park. If you love winter sports and the wilderness, this is definitely a park you want to visit. Snowmobiling is the most amazing way to experience Yellowstone. Go skiing/snowshoeing, check out the camping grounds and maybe even take a hike and admire the beautiful scenery. Stay at Mammoth Hot Springs & Cabins or Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins for the ultimate experience. You get to choose if you would like to stay in a cabin or a hotel like atmosphere.