We’re lucky to be in New England, where even if the winter doesn’t always cooperate and deliver a hefty helping of powdery ski-snow, there are little elves everywhere making that snow. It’s the season during which the snow lover’s switch flips on.
If you haven’t yet taken yourself, or your family, on a wintry mountain getaway, consider it this season, and let us help you get there!
Foxy Travel/FTI Coach transports you to a wondrous setting of mountain lodging with fireplaces and hot tubs, inviting slopes for skiers and snowboarders, and areas with shopping and entertainment. We offer a vast selection of the best discount ski vacations around, no matter if you are a wobbly beginner or a seasoned pro, or just wanna tag along and enjoy the scene. The trips range from one-day excursions to weekend getaways.
Adventure-seekers and those craving a memorable getaway during the doldrums of winter, take note.
Let’s look at some ski/snowboard trips we’ve got coming up.
Grab one of the last spots available for the three-day, two-night getaway to Sunday River in Newry, Maine, from Friday, Feb. 22, to Sunday, Feb. 24. Sunday River boasts 870 skiable acres, and eight mountain peaks from which to choose. Trip-goers lay back slope-side at the Grand Summit Hotel, which features an outdoor heated pool with hot tub, game room, fitness center, laundry facilities, ski check, on-site restaurant and complimentary breakfast. Foxy’s got you covered with a group rate that Includes two days of lift passes. Reservations are due by Jan. 18.
On Sunday, March 10, Foxy’s bringing an enthusiastic group to Vermont’s Stratton Mountain. Stratton is renowned for its finely-groomed trails, fast lifts and invigorating blend of terrain for beginner to expert. Some 97 trails fan from a single summit and 670 acres of skiable terrain. Stratton Village, located at the base of the mountain, is not to be missed. We’re able to negotiate a group rate for you that’s only $110 for adults and $100 for kids.
Foxy’s final discount ski vacation of the season is to Jay Peak Resort in Northern Vermont, a four-day, three-night adventure March 18-21. Jay’s got 79 trails, slopes and glades waiting for you, but the nooks and crannies are what really set Jay Peak apart. This Ski, Splash & Stay package includes lift passes, unlimited water park access, accomodations, and, of course, luxury transportation to and from this weekend at Timberline Condominiums. The Jay Peak Resort boasts 16 on-site restaurants, the Clips and Reels Recreational Center, Clips and Reels movie theater, Ice Haus indoor arena, the Taiga Spa, disc golf, shopping, Nordic Center, indoor water park, two arcades, a fitness center, fat biking and snow shoe tours. Reserve by Jan. 18.
Who says there’s nothing to do in the winter? You’re just not looking.
Find out more on these trips, and others, as well as information on booking your spot, right here. Note that for most of these ski trips, Ski Club Members at schools can have a portion of their vacation payment donated to their school/club.