Many couples choose tropical locations for their honeymoons, but a winter getaway can be just as magical and romantic. Even though many countries are difficult or impossible to travel to right now due to COVID, there are lots of amazing winter honeymoon destinations in the U.S. and Canada. Check out the list below!

1. Breckenridge, Colorado

Not far from Denver, Breckenridge makes a great winter honeymoon destination. It is a unique mix of its mining past combined with modern resorts and restaurants. But the appeal is, of course, the mountains. Enjoy your favorite alpine activities then relax with a spa treatment or hot tub. You can also enjoy all that the town has to offer by exploring the National Historic District and the Arts District. Check into a chic ski lodge or find a one-of-a-kind Airbnb for your stay!

2. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Situated in the northwest corner of Wyoming, Jackson Hole is another cool western locale. It comes as no surprise that Jackson Hole also has famous skiing and winter sports.  Plus, who wouldn’t want the Tetons as a honeymoon backdrop?! It is a great winter honeymoon destination to combine relaxation and adventure. Enjoy a day on the slopes, then you can explore the town of Jackson and its western heritage.

3. Quebec City, Quebec

If you want the feeling of Europe without the long flight (and current European travel restrictions), Quebec City is your answer! Smaller and arguably more picturesque than it’s Quebec province partner, Montreal, Quebec City is perfect for a romantic honeymoon. Much of the city is walkable and there is a great restaurant scene.

4. Big Sky, Montana

The Western US truly has some of the best winter getaway locations and Big Sky should be added to that list. Enjoy this area of Montana with easy access to Yellowstone National Park and tons of winter activities including skiing and snowboarding. Beautiful resorts coupled with picturesque small towns is a perfect recipe for a winter honeymoon destination.

5. Stowe, Vermont

Stowe is like a scene from a postcard, especially in the winter. Known as the “ski capital of the east”, the town is not short on winter activities. Stowe is known for its cross country ski trails. When you tire of skiing, the quaint town has lots to offer from shopping to restaurants. The town is also known for its breweries which is a great way to spend the day!

6. Hocking Hills, Ohio

The Hocking Hills region in Ohio is a hidden gem. While not known for skiing, it is known for hundreds of miles of hiking trails, waterfalls, and caves. Highlights include Ash Cave and Old Man’s Cave. The area has a rugged beauty and towering, mature trees. With a variety of lodging options including treehouses and cabins, the region is a quiet, romantic place, perfect for a winter honeymoon!

We hope you enjoyed these winter honeymoon destinations. Be sure to check out H&L’s website regularly for new blogs.

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