The Best Mountain Towns in the U.S.

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Ketchum, Idaho

Ketchum, Idaho, is a mountain town with beautiful views, great food, and fewer tourists than other mountain towns.

Ketchum is surrounded by the Pioneer Mountains, Boulder Mountains, White Cloud Mountains, Sawtooth Range, and Smoky Mountains.

lincoln, New Hampshire

Nearby is Franconia Notch State Park, which has the Artist Bluff trail, Flume Gorge, and the first aerial tramway in North America, the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway.

Winthrop, Washington

In the Northern Cascades of Washington, Winthrop is surrounded by some of the most beautiful mountain capes in the country.

Breckenridge, Colorado

Shops, restaurants, and bars treat you like a local. If you can see the ski slopes, walking Breck's Main Street all day may be fun.

Stowe, Vermont

Stowe, Vermont, is the most beautiful mountain town in all of North America. The mountain range and church spire stand out in the skyline of the town.

Olympic Valley, California

The town has everything you need for a trip to Tahoe. There's something for everyone, from hiking and mountain biking to skiing that is among the best in the world.

Bisbee, Arizona

Bisbee is only ten miles from Mexico, and the weather is pleasant all year. Bisbee takes you back in time. Tourists may meet locals at Bisbee Coffee Company in the downtown area.

Sevierville, Tennessee

There are many ways to enjoy nature, such as ziplining and hiking in one of the most popular national parks in the United States.

Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville, North Carolina is one of the country's greatest mountain cities. It mixes outdoor activity and mountain town charm in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.

Park City, Utah

Park City is America's most popular ski town, but it's equally fantastic in summer. In summer, hikers, bikers, and golfers attend the Sundance Film Festival.

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