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.
The 2009 season is officially beginning with Dumps of the Weeks soon to come.
Copper received the first snow of the season overnight, dusting the hills with several inches of snow, encouraging the aspens to turn yellow. Just around the corner, Copper plans to start making snow around September 27.
One Call-One Click Reservations, New Kid’s Park and 69 Ski Free
Monarch, CO. Monarch Mountain has been making improvements this summer that all skiers and riders will enjoy this winter. A new reservations system has been installed to make it easier for guests to purchase everything they need. Lift tickets, rental equipment, ski lessons, children’s programs and even Snowcat trips can all be reserved with one call to 888.996.7669.
New Improvements and Lodging Await Guests next Season
THOMPSONVILLE, MI – The list of what’s new at Crystal Mountain this winter is extensive and exciting as the Crystal Spa opens its doors and guests book their first stays in the slopeside Bungalows at Crystal Glen.
Vermont’s Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard resort in the East, will invest $8.4 million into on-mountain improvements to kick off its 50th birthday season and improve the overall on-mountain experience for the 2008/09 ski and snowboard season.
Skye Peak Express: The New Skye Peak Express replaces the Skye Peak Quad and reduces the ride time from 14 minutes to just less than five minutes, allowing guests improved access to Bear Mountain and Killington's long intermediate cruising trails such as Skyeburst, Cruise Control and Needle's Eye.
Season Passes are regularly $599, save $300 this weekend
Wrightwood, CA – Mountain High’s annual season pass sale returns August 30 with the lowest prices in years. For $299 guests can get an entire season of skiing and snowboarding for what it costs to visit other resorts for the weekend. Plus anyone who purchases by September 7th will receive two free tickets good any day this season, non-holiday. Mountain High is committed to keeping winter sports affordable and no matter what the price is at the pumps, you won’t pay a lot to reach the area either.
SKI PATROL, premiering on truTV in October, is a new primetime series that will give viewers unprecedented access to the ski patrol units at Blue Mountain, PA and Crystal Mountain resort in Washington State. truTV follows the team of men and women who work the slopes in some of the most extreme environments in the country as they do everything from dynamiting snow drifts and performing daring out-of-bounds rescues of injured skiers, to locating missing children and busting drunken snowboarders looking to party on the slopes.