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Activities
February 1 – 6, 2003

Saturday - Thursday

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Includes:

• 5 nights lodging at Snowmass Inn in Snowmass Village

• Continental Breakfast

• 4 Day Interchangeable Lift Ticket (Aspen)

• Happy Hour at Party Room Mountain Chalet (Next Door)

• $27 more for 5th Day Lift Ticket

 

Snowmass Inn

> Ski In/Out

> 15 yards from the Snowmass Mall

> Transportation To Center of Aspen

> Pool & Hot Tub

> Walking to everything

$575   + Air $340.00 from Phoenix

Fully refundable till Oct 1, then Vendor imposed penalties apply

 

For additional details, or to be included in this trip, e-mail Expedition Coordinator Larry Reineck at  LReineck@direcway.com

Mt. Activities
 

Ski Aspen/Snowmass
Colorado

Image of Aspen/SnowmassPremier Performance Mountains

Aspen/Snowmass offers wide-open blue skies and fluffy white powder, as well as some of the most diverse terrain in North America.

At Aspen/Snowmass, one ticket allows you to experience Ajax, Snowmass, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands. Four mountains with 4,800 acres of terrain, 39 lifts, 317 trails, thousands of feet of vertical drop, hundreds of inches of fresh snow and endless blue skies -- all located within a 12-mile radius and accessible by free shuttle.

Aspen Mountain. Ajax (as the locals call it), is the flagship mountain of the Aspen/Snowmass resort complex. It rises imposingly out of the heart of downtown Aspen to 11,212 feet. This 675-acre mountain is known for steeps and bumps and is a favorite among upper-intermediate and advanced skiers.

Aspen Highlands is known as the locals' favorite mountain. Located just three miles from downtown Aspen and accessible by free shuttle, Aspen Highlands' 675 acres feature stunning views of the world-famous Maroon Bells, and some of Colorado's most challenging terrain.

Buttermilk Mountain, one of four mountains in the Aspen/Snowmass resort complex, is located just three miles outside the town of Aspen and is considered one of the premiere learning mountains in the country. Most of Buttermilk's 420 acres are groomed each night and 74 percent of Buttermilk's ski and snowboard terrain is rated beginner or intermediate.

Snowmass is Aspen's giant mountain, a massive 3,010 acre mountain offering incredibly varied terrain for skiing and snowboarding, including half-pipes and terrain parks. It is said to be the open-glade cruising capital with good terrain for all skills, all ages, all passions -- and fast lifts and very long runs.

 

 

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