JETSETTERS FIND SLOPESIDE STYLE THIS WINTER WITH OPENING OF THE OSPREY AT BEAVER CREEK, A ROCKRESORT
Beaver Creek, CO - This winter, escape to the chic and stylish Osprey at Beaver Creek, A RockResort, which is currently undergoing a $7 million dollar transformation. In honor of its December 2008 opening, The Osprey (formerly known as The Inn at Beaver Creek) invites travelers to be the first to experience the closest ski-in/ski-out hotel to a chairlift in North America, with the introduction of "The Osprey's First Flight" package
"The Osprey's First Flight" will be available January 3 through April 12, 2009, and includes:
Get deals at Stowe, Vail, Aspen, Santa Fe, and Squaw before December 17.
Englewood, Colo. – Skiers and snowboarders can hit some of the nation’s finest slopes for less this winter with Destination Hotels Resorts numerous early-season ski packages. Even the most discerning skiers will have no problem selecting a resort from Destination’s elite mountain collection, which boasts properties in such premiere winter locations as Aspen, Vail, Lake Tahoe and now Stowe, Vt.
Park City, Utah – Park City Mountain Resort’s season passes are now available for the 2008-09 winter season at early season prices. Discounted Park City Mountain Resort season passes are available through September 30, 2008. With over $10 million dollars in improvements, including a new high-speed quad from the base area and a completely renovated Mid-Mountain Lodge, the 2008-09 season brings exciting new reasons to purchase a pass at Park City Mountain Resort this winter.
More than 90 percent of readers cite Breckenridge's "wonderful ski town" as one of the resort's major strengths. They're right: In the age of purpose-built Bavarian-style resorts, Breckenridge's authentic Victorian Main Street creates an ambience that is "refreshingly real."
For the past five seasons, Mt. Sunapee has been bustling. The owners of Okemo, Vt., who were selected as caretakers of the state-owned day area, have invested $13 million, cutting new trails, adding lifts, building a new lodge and terrain park and increasing snowmaking.