We have all encountered ski areas that somehow do not get the exposure that they would justly deserve. They may be smaller, out of the way, or may suffer from a lack of amenities. Yet, they deliver a better ski experience than better known ski resorts.
Maybe you would like to share your own list of hidden gems and why you like them so much. So, to start things off, here is my own list of best kept secrets:
Burke Mountain, VT: good terrain. Never icy. Never crowded. Friendly locals. Narrow runs are sheltered from the wind. Fabulous views of the Lake Willoughby gap and the White Mountains.
Massif du Sud, Québec: (Not to be confused with Le Massif de Charlevoix) Good terrain. Never icy. Never crowded. Lots of glades. Tons of snow. Very laid back.