Posted on November 17, 2021
Many of the top ski resorts in North America are open or in the process of opening over the next couple of weeks, so it’s time to look at the top 10 winter timeshare resorts so you can hit the slopes.
For those of you who thought this might be a list of top resorts to escape from the cold during winter, we’ve got you covered but that was in our earlier blog from a couple of weeks ago. Click here to check it out.
Before we get to the resort list, we wanted to give you opening information for some popular ski resorts across the U.S. and Canada that may help you plan your trip this winter.
For you skiers and snowboarders out there, the recently reported opening dates for ski resorts in popular timeshare destinations are:
Lake Tahoe - Palisades Tahoe (Squaw Valley) – October 29
Lake Tahoe – Boreal – October 29
Lake Tahoe - Sierra-at-Tahoe - November 24
Lake Tahoe – Heavenly – November 26
Lake Tahoe - Northstar – November 26
Big Bear Mountain – November 26
Breckenridge – November 12
Vail – November 12
Steamboat – November 20
Beaver Creek – November 24
Aspen Mountain – November 25
Telluride – November 25
Sunday River – November 18
Sugarloaf – November 20
Jiminy Peak – November 20
Boyne Mountain – November 25
Big Ski – November 25
Las Vegas area - Lee Canyon – December 10
Bretton Woods – November 17
Loon Mountain – November 23
Attitash – December 3
Cranmore Mountain – December 18
Angel Fire – December 10
Ski Apache – December 4
Whiteface Mountain – November 26
Sugar Mountain – November 15
Sapphire Valley – December 18
Blue Mountain – November 26
Camelback Mountain – December 12
Shawnee Mountain - projected date December 11
Mont Tremblant – November 25
Gatlinburg – Ober Gatlinburg – December 13
Park City – TBD due to warm weather. Was originally scheduled for this weekend.
Nordic Valley – December 3
Park City - Deer Valley - December 4
Eagle Point – December 17
Stowe – November 19
Smugglers' Notch – December 10
Massanutten Resort – projected date December 18
Blackcomb – November 25
Cascade Mountain – December 5
There are obviously more ski resorts in the U.S. and Canada than those listed above, but we’ve identified the popular areas with timeshare resorts to give you a look at whether slopes are open yet or plan to open.
The die-hard skiers may already know this information, but if you are a novice and want to give it a try, hopefully this list will help start your journey. Timeshare points programs and exchange companies make resorts in these areas accessible to any timeshare owner, regardless of whether you own fixed or floating weeks or points at a specific timeshare resort.
Remember that there is more to these regions that just the ski slopes. Many of these towns such as Park City have internationally recognized events taking place like the Sundance Film Festival.
Taverns, restaurants, shopping and holiday-themed events and decorations are all a part of these terrific destinations.
For specific resorts, we compiled the list below based on the popularity of offers or inquiries placed by consumers on these resorts through our online platform. Check it out.
A fantastic resort operated by Breckenridge Grand Vacations, you are right at the base of Peak 7 as part of the Breckenridge Ski Resort with access to the BreckConnect Gondola. It is the 60th anniversary of the opening of Breckenridge Ski Resort, where you’ll have access to 187 trails from 35 lifts and a base elevation of 9,600ft.