A couple enjoys cups of hot chocolate while on a romantic ski trip.
6 Influencers Reveal The Most Romantic Ski Destinations For This Winter With Bae

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As far as you're concerned, winter is the time to cuddle up with bae and add a few memorable adventures to your love story. Maybe you feel this way because you're a Sagittarius, or have simply been seeing couples go to the most romantic ski towns and cities for winter 2020 and feel inspired to do the same. According to influencers, there are a few destinations that are really worth your time and money, and will make the sparks fly.

Whether you're traveling for a Valentine's Day trip or an annual couples' ski trip, you won't be disappointed. The powder-filled mountains will be your home away from home — a place where you can take a break from the "real world" and completely focus on your relationship. Just outside the resorts and slopes, you'll be able to find cute eateries and bars that are welcoming and cozy. To say the least, you might never want to leave and cancel your plane ticket back to the city.

You may also plan another romantic ski trip and really make the most of the season. Thanks to these six influencers, you now know where to go. Don't forget to pack some extra layers and your signature hot chocolate mugs, OK?

Mont Tremblant, Canada
Some of my favorite ski destinations are Interlaken, Switzerland; Lake Tahoe, California; and Mont Tremblant, Canada. All of these spots are set in a winter wonderland with incredible skiing, romantic restaurants and cozy bars!

— Julianna

Great Barrington, Massachusetts
There are tons of great ski towns in New England to visit in the winter time. Two of my favorites include Lincoln, New Hampshire and Great Barrington, Massachusetts in the Berkshires. The drives up to both of these locations are so picturesque — especially with fresh fallen snow on the trees when you’re driving along the winding streets through the forested back roads.
You have to pass through quaint towns to get to the ski lodges, and after a long day of skiing, there are some great hole-in-the-wall places to grab a bite to eat. This destination is great for adventuring and picture-taking during your ski getaway!

— Angela

Stowe, Vermont
Stowe, Vermont. Chasing powder on the mountain is only one of the countless winter activities Stowe has to offer. From dozens of amazing breweries and restaurants for aprés, to snowshoeing, winter hikes, and cross country skiing, this East Coast ski town is the perfect getaway for the adventurous couple.

— Madeline

Lake Tahoe, California
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So I like Lake Tahoe. It’s about a three-hour drive from San Francisco without traffic. There's a lot of different ski resorts there. Personally, I love Northstar because it has a good amount of beginner-friendly runs and the village is really cute. Rubicon Pizza is great. There’s an ice rink, and some rink-side bars and fire pits. For a more advanced skier, I recommend Squaw or Heavenly. Also a fun thing to do in Tahoe is hit the casinos. Overall, there are a ton of ski options!

— Meghan

Newry, Maine
My favorite place is Sunday River in Newry, Maine. There are so many peaks — eight I think. It's easy to get lost on the mountain, but also good for escaping the mobs of people. And at the Waffle House, you can’t go wrong with a sugar coated waffle with a chocolate drizzle. (Yum!)
Sunday River is where I learned to ski, and even though it’s a far trek, I think it’s 100% worth it.

— Jade

Verbier, Switzerland
Verbier, Switzerland is our favorite ski town to visit because it's truly like walking around in a postcard. I've never been anywhere more beautiful in my life. The town is quaint and romantic, but also has quite the après ski party scene for such a little town. We love staying at the W Verbier, as it's one of our favorite resorts in the world. The W hosts some of the best views in Verbier and an amazing spa that we love to relax in after a day of skiing and après ski parties!

— Molly