You don't need to snow to discover these Four Seasons mountain resorts at their best.
Escape hot weather and crowded cities by going up in North America's greatest outdoor landscapes - with the luxuries that are the hallmarks of Four Seasons hospitality.
Discover elation at every elevation during summer, fall and spring at Four Seasons Mountain Resorts across North America. (Not to mention the legendary snow sports scene during the winter!)
Each of these four unique resorts offers an assortment of ways for you to play on and off the mountains even without snow.
From verdant alpine meadows and once-in-a-lifetime wildlife encounters, to adrenaline-fueled mountain biking and serene fishing excursions, discover a new side of North America's spectacular mountain resorts.
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Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail
There is no “off season” for this resort at the front-door of the history-rich village of Vail, just steps away from Vail Mountain. Adventure in the Colorado Rockies abounds for all ages, with exciting activities on land and water or in the sky. Prepare for adventure and enjoy outdoor activities all easily accessible from nearby Vail Village.
Heights to Discover:
14,000 feet : Discover the legendary “fourteeners” mountain peaks on a two-day adventure.
10,645 feet: At the new Vail Epic Discovery, take to the skies with aerial zipline tours, ropes courses, alpine coasters and more.
8,120 feet: With a backdrop of mountain views, The Remedy Bar is the ideal destination to unwind and socialize.
8,022 feet: Transport yourself to Vail's European-style alpine village, with gourmet dining and local shopping.
8,000 feet: Watch your ball fly an average of 15% farther at one of Vail’s award-winning golf courses.
6,150 feet: From gentle float trips to pulse-pounding whitewater rafting, Vail has some of the best rafting in the West.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole
Wyoming's wilderness playground combines rustic adventure with luxury accommodations. Surrounded by panoramic vistas of the Grand Teton Mountains, outdoor enthusiasts will find memories to last a lifetime. In Wyoming, evenings are for kicking up your boots and gathering with friends and family around the fire – and we’ve saved you a seat.
Heights to Discover
10,875 feet: Go hot-air ballooning for soaring views of the Teton Mountain Range and Teton Village.
10,015 feet: Hike to scenic mountain peaks, waterfalls and glacial lakes in Grand Teton National Park, with expert guidance from the Resort’s Base Camp.
7,349 feet: Gaze at the stars with our in-house astronomer for dazzling views of comets, planets and other nightly wonders.
6,800 feet: Our in-house naturalists lead wildlife safaris through Grand Teton National Park, home to bears, moose, bison and wolves.
6,311 feet: At this world-class fly-fishing mecca, take casting and fly-tying lessons before your private trip on Snake River.
6,237 feet: At the Resort’s Wild West Academy, experience the best of the West, including barrel racing lessons and an introduction to rodeo.
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre do Cristo Mountains, the enchanting Southwest comes to life in this high-desert refuge. Horseback riding, hiking, biking, whitewater rafting on the world-famous rapids of the Rio Grande... from outdoor adventures to the cultural, historic, artistic and culinary exploration of this corner of New Mexico, this intimate, 65-room resort delivers you to the heart of Santa Fe's one-of-a-kind lifestyle, all against a backdrop of spectacular sunsets.
Heights to Discover
12,000 feet: Try rock climbing at the breathtaking Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, with a picnic lunch at the river’s edge.
10,350 feet: Mountain bike and horse back riding tours led by our in-house Adventure Partners traverse through hidden canyons filled with pine groves, mountain streams and wildflower meadows.
7,198 feet: Wander downtown Santa Fe, where local artisan boutiques line the historic Spanish-inspired plaza.
7,000 feet: Shop the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market, then enjoy a behind-the-scenes cooking lesson with our executive chef.
6,900 feet: World-class music awaits at the open-air Santa Fe Opera, where guests can take an exclusive backstage tour.
6,500 feet: Tour ancient cliff dwellings of the Pueblo Native Americans in nearby Bandelier National Monument.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler
Be ready for a warm Canadian welcome in North America's largest ski resort all year round. Explore the alpine flora and fauna surrounding Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, a hidden Ice Cave, then tour the charming European-style Whistler Village. The lodge features Whistler’s largest guest rooms, suites and residences – all with fireplace and balcony and Four Seasons charm. Relax by the outdoor fire pit while soaking up the last of the day’s sun and sipping cocktails at the resort’s famous Vintage Patio Camper.
8,000 feet: Soar to remote natural hot springs via helicopter for a private yoga session and relaxing aqua massage spa treatment.
4,593 feet: Get up close to Whistler’s magnificent black bear population on a professionally guided 4x4 tour.
3,608 feet: Miles of hiking and biking trails criss-cross Whistler Mountain, from challenging mountain tracks to family-friendly paths.
3,567 feet: Enjoy breathtaking views from the Peak 2 Peak gondola, connecting Whistler and Blackcomb peaks.
3,280 feet: Fly high above the forest floor on an exhilarating Ziptrek tour.
2,214 feet: Savour weekly barbecues and live music on the patio of SIDECUT Modern Steak + Bar.
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Whistler is a Canadian resort town in the province of British Columbia. Boasting the largest ski area in North America, Whistler is a popular winter snow-skiing and outdoor sports destination. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, it hosted most of the alpine, Nordic, luge, skeleton, and bobsled events, though freestyle skiing and all snowboarding events were hosted at Cypress Mountain near Vancouver.
Vancouver is a coastal city located in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. It is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada; 52% of its residents have a first language other than English. Classed as a Beta global city, the city is well known for its majestic natural beauty, as it is nestled between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. It is frequently ranked as one of the "best cities to live in" and is certainly a beautiful destination to visit.
The Town of Vail is a Home Rule Municipality in Eagle County, Colorado, United States. The town was established and built as the base village to Vail Ski Resort, with which it was originally conceived. Vail Ski Resort's first season was in December 1962; it is the largest ski mountain in Colorado. It’s also a summertime destination for golfing, hiking and cultural festivals.