So many mountains, so little time.
How do you choose a different ski resort to try out this winter?
Try browsing through some of the many guides that are available on the Internet. Some focus on specific regions and others with a broader range of information.
Whether it's deep snow in the Canadian Rockies or a destination resort in the U.S., online information has come a long way in the past few years.
What's more, many ski websites offer advance lift ticket sales and vacation package deals that you won't find anywhere else.
According to Paula Worthington, media relations and marketing co-ordinator for Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, planning your trip online does have its benefits.
"It's a great opportunity because (websites) have things like live webcams to very timely snow reports," she said.
"Also, because we have an in-house central reservations department, we have access to great last-minute deals that we can offer."
Because RCR operates so many resorts -- Fernie, Kimberley, Nakiska and Lake Louise -- simply typing in www.skircr.com will give you access to a mountain of information in order to help you plan your next trip.
And if you're not sure what type of resort you're looking for or what kind of terrain is available, then broader searches on sites like www.skitherockies.com and www.skiingtherockies.com can help narrow where you might want to go.
Planning a trip outside of Canada can be just as easy as well.
A good source is to go to ESPN SportsTravel -- http://sports.espn.go.com/travel/index -- look for 'Spotlight' on the left side of the page, select 'Skiing' and click on the ski photo.
Along with a Top-10 selection, there's an article titled 'Beyond Black' for really steep runs, plus links for savings on vacation packages and advance lift ticket purchases.
Get a really wide-ranging overview from Away.com -- http://away.com/skiing/ski--index.html -- where you can explore by region, from the Mid-Atlantic to the Pacific Northwest, plus Canada, Europe, Japan and the Southern Hemisphere.
They also provide a handy section titled 'Top Picks by Interest,' in case you're looking specifically for powder, snowboarding, family skiing or nightlife.
You can even select for most scenic (try Big Sky in Montana) or least crowded (take a look at Wyoming's Grand Targhee, which averages more than 1,270 cm of snow a year).