Best Ski Trips for Solo Travelers

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As a solo traveler, take advantage of the trails that are best suited to your skill level. Whether you’re a beginner looking to pick up the sport, or an advanced skier looking to navigate the difficult runs, you’ll have the flexibility of exploring at your own pace. 

Solo ski trips are a great option for those looking to focus their time primarily on hitting the slopes. Apart from skiing, while traveling by yourself you’ll have the convenience of nearby shops and restaurants to explore on your down time. Ski destinations often have specialty shops and a wide array of eateries.

The best ski trips for singles include both lively destinations, for those looking to connect and be around others, as well as quiet spots for those looking to relax in a resort and ski in a peaceful environment. 

Park City 

snowboarding alone in Park City

Park City is a vibrant destination with plenty of options for a skiing vacation. At the Park City Mountain Resort, solo travelers can experience over 7,300 acres of terrain and a whopping 348 trails. 

The resort features impressive trails and terrain parks for intermediate and advanced skiers. In contrast, the resort’s “High Meadows Park” features a dedicated area with gentle terrain for beginners.

Located a few minutes away from the historic city center is Deer Valley Resort, another fantastic ski resort with over 2,000 acres of terrain. 

At the end of the day, stop by the energetic Main Street Historic district, where you’ll find independent shops, fantastic restaurants, and entertainment. The vibrant street offers both low-key and lively venues for those traveling alone, including pubs, lounges, and eateries. 



thrilling solo ski trip to Whistler

Host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, Whistler features plenty of skiable terrain, and is jam-packed with winter activities such as tubing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.  

The Whistler Blackcomb resort boasts two-side-by-side mountains with 8,000 acres of terrain. Over 200 marked trails are available, include those for advanced skill levels, dedicated beginner zones, and everything in between.

This vibrant resort town is brimming with fine-dining restaurants, casual eateries, and boutique shops for single travelers to explore. At the end of the day, unwind in the majestic bath waters at the Scandinave Spa.

Solo travelers looking for a new activity to try can visit the Whistler Sliding Centre for the unique experience and adrenaline rush of racing down the Bobsleigh or Skeleton track. 



visiting Telluride resort by yourself

The quaint former mining town of Telluride is enveloped by Colorado’s rugged peaks. The town center on Main Street offers an intriguing collection of historic buildings, boutiques, bars, galleries, shops, and restaurants.

Perched 9,500 feet above the valley floor is the town of Mountain Village, which includes access to the Telluride Ski Resort. A scenic gondola provides the convenient transportation system of connecting the two together.

With a 360 view of the surrounding San Juan Mountains, the ski resort offers over 2,000 acres of terrain for a variety of skill levels. At 4,000 metres elevation, advanced skiers will be interested in descending from Pamlyra Peak.

Closer to the base of the village, there are excellent trail options for beginner levels, with easy access to the spa and dining. The location of the resort makes it ideal option for a year-round skiing destination.



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One of Colorado’s most visited ski towns, Breckenridge offers plenty of high alpine terrain, as well as options for ski-in ski-out lodging.

The Breckenridge ski resort consists of 5 dramatic mountain peaks, with 2,908 acres of terrain. With 187 trails, solo travelers will find a variety of options for all skill levels.

Take a break from the slopes, and take a walk  through the lively downtown historic district, known as Main Street. Located just steps away from the ski resort, you’ll find cozy restaurants, local boutiques, and specialty foods.

Breckenridge also offers an array of alternative winter activities to choose from. Cross-country ski or snowshoe through the groomed paths lined with snow-coated pine trees at the Breckenridge Nordic Center. 



solo woman skiing in Banff National Park

There’s plenty of wilderness and beauty in Banff National Park. In addition, the town of Banff’s lively atmosphere offers an ideal opportunity for single travelers to connect with others. Here, you’ll find a vibrant area with a wide selection of bars, restaurants, and fun shops.

The popular Sunshine Village resort offers three mountains with more than 3,500 acres of terrain to explore. Goat’s Eye mountain showcases the highest peak for advanced skiers, followed by Lookout Mountain, and Mount Standish with excellent intermediate and beginner options.

Lake Louise Ski Resort is another spectacular option, with 4200 acres of terrain across 4 mountains. While at the peak, admire the spectacular view of the Canadian Rockies. For freestyle skiing, the resort also offers four terrain parks catered to various skill levels, ranging from beginner to advanced. 


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