Mount Snow has been awfully busy lately, from helping raise money for businesses affected by Hurricane Irene to celebrating opening day by unveiling North America’s only high-speed detachable six passenger bubble lift and offering great lift ticket discounts this winter. Mount Snow is located in Southern Vermont in the beautifully idyllic Green Mountain National Forest and operates under a special use permit from the U.S. Forest Service. Mount Snow consistently wins accolades for being one of the best ski resorts in the East and is well worth a visit.
Mount Sunapee is abuzz with activity and is very excited about this upcoming winter. With our lift ticket discounts to Mt Sunapee offered here, you will want to check it all out. In fact, Mount Sunapee announced an impressive amount of improvements and exciting new developments for the 2011/2012 season. The changes are the highlight of a $475,000 capital program. New glade trails, increased snowmaking, a brand new Burton Learn to Ride Center, and the return of the Black Diamond package are the top highlights this season.
If you’re headed up to the Green Mountains of southern Vermont, you may want to check out the exciting deals Mount Snow has to offer. Mount Snow is a large 600 acre ski area with tons of amenities on site, including lodges, a spa, ski and snowboard repair shops and retail shops, restaurants, pubs and more. Mount Snow boasts impressive numbers, such as 80 trails, 20 lifts, 12 terrain parks and 4 mountain areas.
If you had to pick just one mountain to visit this winter – or any other – it ought to be Bridger Bowl Ski Area, in Bozeman, MT. Why? Because you’ve never seen a ridge line, bowls or chutes like this before! Yes, there are beginner and intermediate runs, plenty of them, and a terrain park, too. – And all of it run as a non-profit means pure love to your ski vacation budget.
When it comes to Black Diamond trails and Out Of Bounds areas, this is the sort of thing that one usually only finds on back bowls – pure adrenalin, dropping off of a 8800 foot ridge! The Schlasman Lift takes you to the ridge, where you can choose Mundy’s Bowl or Slushman’s Ravine (* Avalanche transmitter required, buddy and knowledge of extreme terrain very strongly advised.) This is extreme vertical fun, with a lift to take you back up and do it all over again!
Bridger Bowl Ski Vacations – Extreme is great, but what about the rest of us? Six peaks, and valleys and runs along and between them, give skiers and snowboarders tremendous trail choices – miles and miles of them — at all levels! You could be there all week and not hit them all.
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Terrain park? Yep, you betcha – a big one with loads of features that are constantly expanding, and naturals all over the mountain. Snowboarding in Bridger Bowl is part of the plan, and you jibbers are gonna flat out love this Bridger Bowl!
Bridger is all that – and the most affordable skiing anywhere in the country. You get 2700 vertical feet of powder that’s at least as good as anything Colorado has to offer – some say better – without bankrupting the family trust to go there. The lift ticket price for December 19, 2008 is at $37. That’s right, thirty-seven dollars! The catch? There isn’t one! Even the rentals are non-profit! These are prices from 30 years past, with the kind of ski and snowboarding experience we all want in our future!
When you get hungry (and you will work up an appetite at Bridger Bowl,) on-mountain restaurants seat 1200 at a time. When it’s time for apres-ski, enjoy a meal there at your lodgings, or head in over to Bozeman (just 16 miles away) for just about every dining experience you might want. Then party hearty with the college crowd. You’ll find you fit in just fine, as most of the locals are big-time skiers.
Bridger Bowl has got to be the most exciting alpine opportunity in North America. This is the sort of place downhill dreams are made of! Make your reservations today!