From a luxury perspective, you can enjoy the most scenic mountain vistas reflected in the state’s lake.
But the real attraction here is the annual winter festival, which features the obscure sport of joring: when a horse and rider pull a skier along an 800-foot-long winding course while the skier performs jumps and veers around slalom gates.
And another attraction for most people is the luxury living that has the most extraordinary views.
Lake Tahoe, California
Tourists enjoy skiing, nature hikes, and bird-watching, amongst other wintery activities. Lake Tahoe gets insurmountable amounts of snow each year – which makes for the ideal locale for the avid skier.
Besides providing numerous ski resorts, the city also has hot springs, majestic vistas, and a lively night life.
Toast yourself with some bubbly while sitting in the bubbly.
While breathtaking in the summer, it’s even more impressive when it becomes a tundra during the winter. The waters turn vibrant shades of blue and turquoise, while the rocks gather ice and snow.
While you’ll not want to do anything but ogle the waterfalls, most visitors also enjoy reveling in the flawless natural beauty.
And to also revel in Iceland’s luxury living.
All images courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate