With all these warmer days still following us to the end of September, we are daydreaming about when the temperature will finally drop and we can hit the slopes! Who else is ready to break out their skis and snowboard? Below you’ll find just a few of the options that are available to you this winter.
Steamboat Springs’ Ski Resort
Steamboat’s VIP Vacation Package offers low rates and flexibility for their resorts if you book by November 2nd. Book now until November 2nd and if you have to cancel, you’ll get a full refund, less 10% of your lodging deposit. And don’t worry, if the resort closes down due to COVID-19, full refunds or credits will be available.
Booking now enables you to receive 30% off on lodging and lift tickets, 20% on night dining options, and 15% on spa services. This is a deal you don’t want to miss. Click here to visit the reservation page!
The Epic Pass is available this year and offers some of the best options when looking to ski or snowboard across the country. The Epic Pass gives you access (with prior reservation of course) to some of Colorado’s premier resorts such as Vail, Breckenridge, and Keystone. Based on the Epic Pass you choose, you also get access to a number of ski resorts on the East Coast, in the Midwest, a few in California, and even a couple of international ski resorts.
Not sold yet? After you use up your allotted days at each resort, you’ll get 50% off on lift tickets after that for every day you want to spend at those resorts. You also gain access to discounted tickets for your friends. However, this year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, you’ll have to plan out your skiing days further in advance and reserve the days you want to head up to hit the slopes. Don’t worry though, you’ll get access to the reservation system before lift tickets go on sale. Finally, this pass offers a lot of flexibility and refunds should resorts have to close due to COVID-19. Click here to check out the different passes offered.
While this list is nowhere near comprehensive of all of you options this winter, hopefully it helps give you a place to start looking. Happy skiing everyone!