The Season Is Brimming With Wintertime Enticements

In ASPEN, the new Highlands Bowl debuts 16 runs, doubling Aspen Highlands ski terrain. (800) 525-6200, Après-ski, wind down with a yoga class at the hip O2 studio. (970) 925-4002,

At Canada’s Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise near BANFF, sign up for a bonanza of off-slope activities, including frosty stargazing tours and even frostier canyon ice walks. (403) 522-3511,

Hop the heli-shuttle from Big White Ski and Silver Star Mountain resorts in BRITISH COLUMBIA, the first inter-mountain transport of its kind in the Great White North. (800) 663-2772,

Near Denver, COPPER MOUNTAIN unveils its West Lake Market Village development with ice skating and fireside storytelling as well as a Russian-themed dance club, Irish pub, and Mexican cantina. (866) 841-2519,

Shred-loving tweens and teens can join Team Extreme in JACKSON HOLE, a four-day Wyoming backcountry immersion for advanced skiers and riders. (800) 450-0477,

Take the tots to KEYSTONE, between Denver and Vail, where the new Children’s Center at the Keystone Resort entertains the infant-to-preschool set while parents hit the slopes. (800) 404-3535,

In LAKE TAHOE, bunk next to Heavenly Ski Resort’s gondola at two new South Lake Tahoe hotels, the Marriott Grand Residence Club and Marriott’s Timber Lodge, featuring numerous units with fireplaces, full kitchens, and balconies. (800) 845-5279,

This month, MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN in California tests its new high-speed, 15-passenger gondola for swift vertical transport. (800) 626-6684,

In PARK CITY, Utah, get post-slope pampered at the new Norwegian-style spa at the luxury Stein Eriksen Lodge. (800) 453-1302,

With last season’s 733-acre terrain expansion, TELLURIDE is booming. Check into its latest luxury lodge, Hotel Telluride, with beamed ceilings, antler chandeliers, and stone fireplaces. (866) 468-3501,