Dreaming of a ski vacation this winter? Now you can start planning as Airbnb has released its list of the top trending ski destinations in the US and Canada, and how much the average rental will cost in the month of January.
Big Sky, Montana – $194 for an average Airbnb in January
This popular ski town is home to Big Sky Resort and seen a 160% increase in interest among Airbnb users for the winter months. It’s not surprising that it tops Airbnb’s list, as a recent report from Kayak also found that there was a boost in travellers searching for flights there as well.
Bozeman, Montana – $134
Just an hour from Big Sky, travellers are also seeking out this fast-growing city to use as a home base for their ski trip. An average Airbnb is about $60 cheaper than those in Big Sky, so it may be an option for anyone looking to save some money.
The cheapest destination for an Airbnb in January is in Kamloops, Canada. This go-to destination for outdoor enthusiasts is close to Sun Peaks Resort and the average Airbnb will only put you back about $83.
Collingwood, Ontario – $203
Half an hour from Toronto, Collingwood provides easy access to Blue Mountain Resort, one of Canada’s busiest spots. However, it is the most expensive place to find an Airbnb out of the top 10 destinations.
Boise, Idaho – $95
Boise provides easy access to a number of top-notch resorts, like the legendary Sun Valley. Even if you don’t ski, there are plenty of things to do in the city once you leave the slopes, like fancy restaurants, craft beer bars and so much more.
The other trending ski destinations in the top 10 are: Colorado Springs, Colorado, where an Airbnb costs $105 on average; Revelstoke, British Columbia ($170); Mount Hood, Oregon ($113); Stowe, Vermont ($124); and Girdwood, Alaska ($122).
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