Places in The USA That Are Even Better In Winter
When the temperature drops below zero and everything starts to get covered in snow, it’s time for bears to hibernate, but not for humans.
Stop snoring in bed, pack your bags, head to the airport, and have some fun in the snowy days of winter. Because with the reduced hotel and flight rates you can surely save some dollars and still have an ideal vacation. To help you out in picking the vacation spot, we have come up with the list of places inside the United States that shine even better in the winter.
Los Angeles, California
Though the weather in LA is almost perfect 365 days of the year. Its clear blue sky seems nothing less than a blessing when all other cities are covered in snow. The temperature of 50-70 °F, between the months of November and March, might not be ideal for bikinis but surely is for comfortable shorts and tees. If you are in the mood for peaceful holidays, this place has the amazing architecture with its Bradbury building, The Board Museum and Walt Disney concert Hall. And if you are up for some adventure, hike to the top of Runyon Canyon Park because the eagle view of the whole city is enchanting.
Park City, Utah
This vibrant city seduces the tourists a bit more in the coldest of days. The place is quite well known for winter sports with its world-class ski resorts, wild snowmobiling, and tubing. Not just the sports, the place also hosts the popular Sundance film festival in January. This festival might be your chance to see your favorite glamorous actresses, hunky actors, and gifted filmmakers. Also, you can have a look at the upcoming indie films. A must stopover for all the adventure loving people and hardcore movie fans, right?
New Orleans, Louisiana
For this entry of our list, winter is the prime time of vacations. With the mild weather and dropping humidity level, the span of November to January is just perfect for you to visit this “Big Easy”. With the vibrant nightlife and live jazz music scenes, this place will give you the experience you never had. Ah! And the exquisite cuisine that brings the American, French and African taste in one single dish. Whatever you do the whole day, but do mold your schedules for the New Orleans brunch plan, that’s something you will regret missing.
NYC, New York
Even though New York is notorious for its chilled winters, the place is worth every penny in the Christmas season. The whole city is under the spell of this festive season with Christmas shops at every nook and corner decorated with lights and arranging Christmas special performances for local audiences. No wonder all of the Christmas movies are shot in this city. With Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Dyker Heights and Lights at Fifth Avenue you will enjoy the holly jolly holiday season like nowhere else.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Being the hardcore party center of the greatest party of the night; all of the casinos, bars, hotels, and clubs are all jam-packed for New Year Eve. But the tourists seem to take rest for the months followed by this time making the sin-city a little less crowded. Lower accommodation rates, reduced airfare, and fair prices all around the city urge you to complete your trip with spending a little less this time. But the offbeat museums, intense gaming floors, and thrilling rides make sure to keep the fun alive. To add the spice to your trip, spend a day hiking at Red Rock Canyons or snowboard at popular Mount Charleston.
Miami is surely the fun for all seasons. But if you don’t like the high humidity level of the city in midsummers then we are sure that spending your winter vacations here will be a spot on. The temperature of 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit might not be ideal for swimming but it sure is to hit the beach for soaking the sun. Also, the Art Basel happens at the same time of the year where more than 80,000 participants including renowned and rising artists come rushing and the whole of the city is turned into a huge party.
With gigantic snowy peaks and stunning scenic beauty, this city is one of the best winter destinations. Studded with gorgeous locations and a wide range of winter sports it’s an adventurer’s Nirvana. Slide on Hotel Madeline’s ice-skating rinks, sled down from Firecracker Hill, hike on 148 extensive trails or have a thrilling experience of snowmobile rides; this “best ski town” got it all. And when you are all drenched off the exhausting sports, don’t forget to relax at The Last Dollar Saloon followed by dinner at 12000 ft. high Alpino Vino.
Pack up your bags, book a flight and fly to these amazing winter destinations to escape the Long Night of Winter. Have fun!