I've organised a trip for the last 5 years with varying numbers between 12 - 22. We have, so far, always gone to France, always had a catered chalet and have generally gone to big centres (3VL, Paradiski, Chamonix) to allow for the mixed ability of the group (mainly skiers from nervous blue to happy on black and beyond).
Now I'm thinking of moving the party Stateside and was looking for some suggestions of where to go and what the price difference really is.
We normally spend £1000 per head inc. all transport, catered chalet, lift pass and ski hire, what is a reasonable budget to aim for across the pond?
A lot of questions I know but would give me a starting point for the 2013 trip!
tsuma wrote:There are plenty of large homes to rent in Utah, and the likelihood of good snow is higher in the Wasatch if you aim for late February / early March. You can go luxury or low end. And yes, it is truly some of the driest and thus lightest snow on earth.
Salt lake city area does give you a lot of options.
Stay in a SLC area hotel, rent 2/3 minivans and drive to any of several large resorts (45 to 60 mins).
Rent a house on the park city bus route (shuttle from airport about $45 ew), and have a free bus ride to any of the three ski areas in PC. Someone in the party could join Costco warehouse club to get discounted lift tickets.
Trencher....if I'm a Costco member in the UK do you think that translates to the US? I'll have to look!
Where did you end up deciding on?
Not a Member?
FREE Snow Reports by e-mail.
French Snow Reports - Snow Reports
Where is there Snow in France?
11 April 2016
Open ski areas include 16 French Ski Resorts.
Please Share if you like this page
Forum Listing Key
The views and opinions presented in the J2Ski Forums are solely those of their respective authors and do not represent those of J2Ski Ltd. Objectionable Content may be notified by sending a Private Message to Admin.