Whether you in it to enjoy time with a special someone, a corporate trip, or some college friends your bound to have the time of your life.
Putting together a ski package can be a daunting task and the aim of this article is to give you some advice to help make things easier and cheaper and give you some basic information on the mountain resort itself.
We'll start with some basic about the ski resort.
It has a base elevation of 4,117 feet and atop elevation of 7,060 feet.
Which is a pretty respectable vertical change of 2,891 feet for all you skier looking for some extreme downhill adventure? The resort has a total of 3,678 acres of skiable terrain with the longest run being 5 miles in length! There are a total of 121 ski trails, which break down as follows: 10% for beginners.
58% for intermediate, and 32% for experts.
That way you can expect they're to be something for all level of skiers and snowboarders in your party to enjoy themselves! The lift system is state of the art and contains a total of 12 lifts.
Three detachable quads, two quad chairs, one triple, and 6 surface chairs.
And with a annual snow of nearly 220 inches there will be plenty of snow for all to hit some fresh tracks! First to put together a killer package consider purchasing airfare, lodging, lift tickets, and rental equipment from the same business.
The more you buy from the same outlet the better deals you typically get.
The most important thing I can tell you is to check the distance from the lodging, and rental store to the resort.
The closer you are to the resort the better for convenience sake however the more expensive its likely to be.
So try to get an idea of how much money you want to spend in relation to how close you want to be to the resort.
Another important thing with the lodging is to ask about amenities.
Having things like a fireplace, a kitchen which is not only nice but they can save you money of eating out and eating at the mountain lodge while on the slopes! Last but not least remember to have fun and enjoy yourself you earned this vacation!