Pure Traveller designs family snow packages to Japan, the USA and Canada.


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For families who are ready for a fresh snow experience, it could be time to consider the USA, Canada and Japan.

The Pure Traveller team has seen their fair share of snow and we’re happy to let you in on a little secret — it’s well worth looking outside of Australia and New Zealand for your next family snow adventure.

The USA, Canada and Japan all offer world-class snow and the value inside the packages we put together will surprise you.

As the family snow travel specialists, Pure Traveller can advise you where to go, when to go and we’ll source the best deals on equipment, lessons and lift passes.

Our mission is simple: design an adventure that you and your kids will remember forever.

how we help

Pure Traveller tracks down the best components for your family and packages them up so you’re ready to hit the slopes on arrival.


Pure Traveller sources the best flights available for your chosen route.


We’ll book the best-value passes available so you’re good to go on the slopes.



Careful planning ensures you get to your destination without delay.



Hiring everything from your equipment to clothing is more affordable than you think.


Comfort and convenience are key when we’re booking the best beds for you.


Beats the queues by bookings in for lessons before you leave.


Japan is ideal for those who like a little culture with their powder.

Famous for its dry powder snow, Japan is a popular choice for Australian families who appreciate the high-quality snow, the hot springs, and the food.

Pure Traveller focuses on the more family-friendly ski resorts such as Myoko Kogen, where the ski school in run by an Australian.

The resorts we recommend are all accessible via a flight into Tokyo. The ski season in Japan runs from December through to March.


Known for high snowfall, great facilities and all-American hospitality.

There are ski resorts dotted across the United States, many of the more popular ones in the west.

Colorado’s Rocky Mountains region has up to 30 resorts, including Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge and Keystone. Utah’s ski resorts, close to Salt Lake City, are known for lots of light, fluffy snow while California is also popular.

The USA season runs November to April. Ask us about the mega lift passes which let you hop between resorts – the savings are HUGE.


Known for big, beautiful mountains covered in sensational snow.

A laidback atmosphere and amiable locals makes Canada a popular choice for Aussies who appreciate the quality of the snow and the natural beauty of the landscape on offer here.

The resorts aren’t as big as those in the States and, besides Whistler and Banff, they’re also less crowded. The lifts and facilities are great.

The peak season runs November to April.