Booking an early season ski trip can be a fabulous way to get your ski fix in for a bargain price…and even squeeze in a second trip if (like us) you just can’t get enough powder in your life!
We also understand, that although we are already on track to a great snow season ahead (it’s dumping outside as I write this, it really is), there is always that underlying concern that there might not be as much snow as you you had hoped for, when you book an early stay.
So, what can we do to put your mind at rest? Lets start with the Winter Park Snow Guarantee.
Yep, you heard right, a snow guarantee; if you book an early season stay, and decide that the snow conditions are not up to your standards, you may reschedule your trip for a stay later in the season.
- The snow guarantee is valid for all early season reservations, for stays between November 13th – December 20th, 2013.
- If the snow conditions do not meet your standards, you are permitted a one-time opportunity to reschedule your trip (up to 48 hours prior to your reservation check-in time) to the same property, for another time this 2013/14 ski season.
- Rescheduling will be made on a space available basis, for the property you originally booked.
- The cost of your original reservation will be applied to your new dates, and any difference in price must be paid at the time of re-booking.
- Sorry, no refunds!
Why offer the snow guarantee? We are confident that Mother Nature is going to deliver us plenty of snow over Thanksgiving and early December; just take a look at the shot of the slopes from one of our gorgeous Lakota property’s steamy hot tub, taken yesterday. But, if for some reason the snow reports don’t fully live up to your expectations, we want to give you the opportunity to switch up your dates, so that you can have the best Winter Park vacation imaginable.
Still not convinced? How does 25% OFF ALL EARLY SEASON STAYS strike you? Add that to Thanksgiving lift tickets on sale for as little as $48/day (based on our special rates for a 3 day lift ticket) and that early season trip might start looking pretty appealing.