Prettiest American Towns to Visit During the Winter


Leavenworth, Washington 

The town is modeled after a Bavarian village, featuring classic Alpine architecture, beer halls, even a nutcracker museum. 


Portsmouth, New Hampshire 

Established in 1653, Portsmouth is a quintessential New England port town located about an hour outside of Boston. 


Bar Harbor, Maine 

both in town—where you can, and should, enjoy some chowder to warm yourself up—and in nearby Acadia National Park. 


Rochester, Michigan 

More than a million colorful lights adorn the storefronts of downtown Rochester in its annual Big Bright Light Show. 


Glenwood Springs, Colorado  

If you're willing to brave the weather, spend a day at the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park or Sunlight Mountain Resort  


Park City, Utah 

Park City has two famous draws in the wintertime: skiing and the Sundance Film Festival held every January. 


Dunton, Colorado 

It's known for its hot springs, where waters are a toasty 85 to 106 degrees Fahrenheit 


Sitka, Alaska 

Sitka has a milder climate, which makes its winter festivals, such as the Sitka WhaleFest and Sitka Jazz Festival 


Cape May, New Jersey 

Picturesque Cape May is a Victorian-era resort town with a shop-lined main street that's particularly festive during the holidays. 


Taos, New Mexico 

there's plenty of powder on the slopes at Taos Ski Valley, which has an average annual snowfall of 176 inches. 

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