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United States
Guided Tours

The United States is home to more than 450 resorts, ranging from one-chair hills to major destination resorts. The West Coast of the United States offers some of the country’s steepest terrain and deepest snow. Areas range from local resorts outside of Los Angeles, to international destinations like Mammoth, Heavenly and Squaw Valley. Further north in Oregon are the unique resorts of Mt Hood and Mt Bachelor which have passionate mountain communities and some of the best riding in the Pacific North West. The Rocky Mountain resorts are known for having world class facilities, reliable snow, a longer season with great riding from December through till the end of April and consistently good weather. Vail, Breckenridge, Steamboat, Copper and Aspen Snowmass offer some of the best riding options on the planet, while resorts like Jackson Hole, Telluride, Grand Targhee and Crested Butte cater to those after ‘steep & deep’ and an authentic mountain experience.

December & February

Steamboat
Mini Break Tours

Are you time poor and just need quality skiing and riding without having to learn a new resort trail map?  Then our mini break US ski and snowboard tours are designed to give you everything Mint Tours is known for, but condensed into a short and sweet all-inclusive tour. You'll spend 4 nights and 3 days skiing and riding Steamboat's patented Champagne Powder ® with our locally based host and guide Scott Anfang.

January & March

Jackson Hole
Mini Break Tours

Are you time poor and just need quality skiing and riding without having to learn a new resort trail map?  Then our mini break US ski and snowboard tours are designed to give you everything Mint Tours is known for, but condensed into a short and sweet all-inclusive tour. You'll spend 4 nights and 3 days skiing and riding the legendary Jackson Hole ski area with US based host and guide Scott Anfang.

March

Mammoth Mountain
Ikon Pass Tour

There are less than a handful of resorts that can claim world-renowned parks coupled with world-class freeride terrain, but leading the pack is undoubtedly Mammoth Mountain, California. With the highest lift-served ridable terrain in California, epic Sierra vistas and the famous Unbound Terrain Park, it's no secret why we keep coming back to Mammoth each spring. It's the stuff dreams are made of. Ride all day and then après like a local with a Bloody Mary in hand on the sundeck. Then join us each evening to enjoy the best local food and brews in town.

March & April

Oregon Freeride
Tour

Join us as we road trip through the Cascades with local Oregonian and Freeride World Tour athlete Erika Vikander. This tour encompasses the very best of the Pacific Northwest; incredible riding; a thriving craft beer scene; and laid-back local hospitality. You'll get to spend six days riding the incredible volcanic terrain at Mt Hood and Mt Bachelor. These resorts are home to endless side-hits, slash-able wind-lips and deep powder stashes. After riding, enjoy a flight or beers at one of the many local microbreweries with Erika and our Mint team.

Anywhere
But Ordinary

Anywhere
But Ordinary

Anywhere
But Ordinary

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When you travel with Mint you can have peace of mind that you are booking with a qualified and established travel operator with over 20 years of expertise. And as a full-service travel agent, we are able to take care of your flights, insurance, stopovers and pre or post tour arrangements.

Jackson Hole, WY
JACKSON HOLE

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A utopia for riders wanting to get steep and deep and enjoy true Western American hospitality. With almost 1300 metres of vertical, the mountain provides the ultimate destination for both powder fiends and riders wanting to explore the perfectly pitched bowls, ridges, and chutes. Take the plunge and drop into legendary chutes that challenge even the most advanced rider, or just enjoy the incredible light, dry, powder that Jackson Hole receives, over 500 inches each season. Stay in the historical town of Jackson for an unforgettable Western ski town experience, and pull up a saddle stool at their wild-west style bars and enjoy some great local brews. Just a stones throw from the entrance to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Jackson offers amazing cat-skiing and backcountry opportunities, and barely an hour away is powder paradise, Grand Targhee, with spectacular views of the surrounding Tetons and incredible off-piste.

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Big Sky Resort, WY
BIG SKY RESORT

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Known as the “Biggest Skiing in America,” Big Sky flaunts an unfathomable 5,800 skiable acres to complement an equally impressive 4,366 feet of vert and even a six-mile-long run. The mountain is seldom crowded, with terrain choices for all levels and a laid-back vibe you’ll only find in Montana. The combination of all of these factors is why Big Sky is considered “The Biggest Skiing in America”. A combination of massive terrain and vertical drop that no mountain can rival.  Seamless skiing between 4 mountains, 36 lifts and more than 300 runs. No Lift Lines and More Slope Time due to the World’s Most Technologically-Innovative Lift System; and the most consistent snowfall in the Northern Rockies. You can book your stay well in advance, and rest assured that there will be good snow for your visit.

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Aspen Snowmass, CO
ASPEN SNOWMASS

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Park perfection, blower pow, and an all-time après scene – Aspen has it all. With four distinct mountains, Aspen Snowmass offers a buffet of terrain. If you’re in the mood for hot laps, Buttermilk is the spot for top-to-bottom park features, Superpipe hits, and plenty of groomers. On pow days, hit up Highlands Bowl. After that’s tracked, you can usually find snow on Burnt Mountain at Snowmass. When the lifts close, get your après on in Snowmass Village or in Aspen town with late-night concerts, celebrity sightings, and all night parties during X Games. Powder day? If you’re on Aspen Mountain, be sure to take a few turns on Walsh’s, Bell Mountain, and the—appropriately named—Dumps run. While skiing or riding Snowmass, don’t miss Hanging Valley or Powerline Glades, and on Buttermilk, you’ll find the best snow from Tiehack Parkway to Racer’s Edge.

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Steamboat, CO
STEAMBOAT

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Located in North-west Colorado, Steamboat Springs, aka. ‘Ski Town USA’ is home to some of the best snow conditions in the Northern Hemisphere. With over 8.9m of their famous ‘Champagne Powder’ annually, the resort is a powderhound’s paradise. The tree skiing alone is rave worthy on one of the many powder days. Spanning across 4 peaks, Steamboat is one of the largest ski resorts in Colorado, boasting over 1200 hectares of mainly intermediate to advanced terrain. Explore perfectly spaced trees off-piste, take a hike and ride some of the incredible backcountry on offer, or tackle chutes and gullies that live up to their double-black ratings. The resort also boasts well-crafted terrain parks and boarder-cross track, and an impressive 18 foot Superpipe. The resort itself offers great après ski after a day on the slopes, or head downtown and enjoy the ‘Boat’s relaxed ski-town vibe, with countless popular restaurants and bars rich in Western Colorado heritage. Not to be missed is a dip in the local sulphur hot springs to soothe those leg muscles after an epic powder day!

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Copper Mountain, CO
COPPER MOUNTAIN

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Copper Mountain is a Colorado favorite with naturally divided terrain that offers beginner skiing to the east, intermediate terrain in the middle, and expert skiing to the west. For experts exploring the west side, nothing beats free cat skiing on Tucker Mountain, and for park riders and skiers, head over to the renowned Woodward Terrain Parks. When the snow is falling, head to Tucker Mountain. Hop on the free snowcat, which will whisk you up to the top. If you really want the goods, make the 10-15 minute trek to the Fremont Glades, where fresh powder lives for days after a storm. As a bonus, all the lodging accommodations are just steps away from chairlifts, restaurants, retail shops, activities and nightlife. 
Copper Mountain offers three distinct villages with unique lodging options in each area.

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Winter Park, CO
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Alaska, AK
ALASKA

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Alaska has always been on the top of every serious snowboarder’s bucket list. Real big-mountain terrain, a stable maritime snowpack, more heli operations than ski areas and the promise of riding the best lines of your life. And then there’s always the bragging rites of riding in AK. Plus, just over an hours drive from Anchorage you’ll find Alyeska, Alaska’s only purpose-built resort. The place definitely lives up to Alaska’s steep and deep reputation with it’s epic snowfall and challenging terrain. The double black diamond runs on the North Face are a match for anything found anywhere in the USA. The resort is serviced by a modern lift system that’s spread across a series of slopes that begin at almost sea-level. Alyeska has largely been left alone by the masses, so lift lines are usually non-existent. A huge plus for this resort is not only its great snow record, with average yearly snowfall of 20m, but also the fact that you can ride deep powder in early and late spring.

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Mammoth Mountain, CA
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Whether you plan to ski or ride at Mammoth or its family-friendly sister resort June Mountain, you’ll find epic terrain, stunning mountain scenery and an exceptionally long season. Even before you take your first run, the panoramic views on a clear day from the top of the mountain could make the whole trip worthwhile. Whether you’re an expert skier looking to challenge yourself on some of California’s most unique terrain, or a beginner who wants a beautiful and memorable setting in which to learn the sport, skiing in Mammoth Lakes is an incredible experience. That’s why people who visit Mammoth Lakes to ski and snowboard frequently get hooked and start coming back in the summer as well. If you’re looking to get off the beaten path at Mammoth and enjoy some of the best powder pillows around, head to the Hemlocks. These in-bound, hike-accessed trails offer enhanced natural terrain for maximum airtime.

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Squaw Valley, CA
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Mt Bachelor, OR
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Holding court in the High Cascades of central Oregon, Mt. Bachelor provides 4,323 acres of lift-accessible terrain and 360-degree descents from the 9,065’ volcanic peak. This vast landscape is served by 12 lifts – eight of which are high-speed quads. Mt. Bachelor also boasts fifteen different Woodward terrain parks, where every level of rider can grow their craft. Known as the Northwest destination of choice for families and adventurers seeking a fun, natural and unique mountain experience, it’s easy to see why this particular Bachelor has so many avid admirers. Big views come with big terrain. Due to Mt. Bachelor’s unique stand-alone geography, visitors can explore 360 degrees of skiing and riding off Mt. Bachelor’s 9,065 foot summit. What they’ll find is access to 4,323 acres of skiable terrain featuring endless natural features like playful wind lips, side hits, and everything in between. And because of this unique landscape, it’s not uncommon to be stormy on the west side of the mountain and sunny with low winds on east.

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Brighton Resort, UT
BRIGHTON RESORT

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Brighton is Utah’s only resort that can boast that 100% of its terrain is accessible by high speed quads, allowing guests to experience all of its incredible Utah skiing. The mountain averages 500 inches of light, fluffy and dry snow, making it a paradise for riders and skiers. Brighton is located directly in the path of winter storms and it is also at the very top of Big Cottonwood Canyon so it gets the very best of the “greatest snow on earth,” and lots of it. There’s five-star grooming as well as chutes and trees for those who like white knuckle terrain. Three awesome terrain parks link the top of the mountain to the base.

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Solitude Mountain Resort, UT
SOLITUDE MOUNTAIN RESORT

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Serenity awaits at 10,488 feet on a mountainside where fresh powder can linger untouched for days and your inner peace aligns with your outer grin. Located in one of the snowiest canyons in North America and only 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, Solitude Mountain Resort features over 1,200 acres of skiing and riding, including access to some of the most exciting off-piste terrain in the country. A variety of lodging options are available in Solitude’s charming village, along with an array of delectable dining choices both on and off mountain. All of our amenities are served with a smile by our friendly staff, available to ensure your visit is memorable.

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Snowbird, UT
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Offering 3,240 vertical feet of award-winning terrain enjoyed by all skill levels of skiers and riders, Snowbird boasts Utah’s longest ski season and annually averages 500″.Located six miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon, Snowbird is just a scenic 45 min drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, making same-day skiing and flying a reality. The resort has a wide variety of terrain for everyone to enjoy time on the slopes. Intermediate and advanced skiers will find endless opportunities in the Bird’s winter playground while beginners have options all over the mountain to hone in their skills. While consistently ranking high in snow, terrain and accessibility, Snowbird provides an equally impressive experience off the slopes, resulting in ski vacations as memorable as the mountain. Four lodges conveniently nestled in Snowbird’s pedestrian village provide guests with easy access to the facilities. Heated outdoor swimming pools and hot tubs at the lodges and spa set the perfect stage for viewing the surrounding snowcapped granite peaks.

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Stratton Mountain, VT
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There’s a rich history of snowboarding at Stratton. Way back in 1983, Stratton Mountain became the first major resort to allow snowboarding. In 1985, Burton launched the U.S. Open Snowboarding Championship at Stratton Mountain where it ran for 30 years and evolved into one of snowboarding’s most prestigious events, bringing the sport’s top athletes and coaches to the area. Located in Vermont’s “snowbelt” Stratton receives a good amount of natural snowfall each year backed up by one of the best snowmaking systems on the East Coast. It’s convenience and consistency make it no surprise why people chose it as their East Coast shred destination. Stratton provides two base areas, one at Main Mountain connected to the village, and another named Sun Bowl where the US Open was held. Stratton has a good-sized village with plenty of lodging, restaurants and shops, while the surroundings vicinity is more backwoods Vermont with rustic houses and an off the beaten path feel.

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Killington, VT
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Nicknamed The Beast, Killington is the largest ski resort in the eastern United States with 1,500+ skiable acres and a vertical drop of over 3,000 feet. The terrain ranges from groomers and learning areas to steep mogul runs, glades, and some of the best terrain parks in all of New England. Situated seven miles away, local favorite Pico Mountain features gentle learning terrain, smooth cruisers, and classic New England steeps.

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