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Winter Park, CO, January 9 - 15, 2022

  • 01/09/2022
  • 01/15/2022
  • Winter Park, Colorado
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BASE PRICE: $1,629 - w/ lifts $1,855 
Trip Leader: RUTH D'ALESSANDRO 

$25 Group Trip Insurance - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Winter Park Resort is a Colorado favorite located about 67 miles northwest of Denver. Originally built by the city of Denver as a winter park for its residents, Winter Park Resort has continually operated since 1939.

The ski area is known for its early and late snow with terrain for all ability types. Winter Park spans across two distinct mountains and is home to a great mix of beginner, intermediate  and advanced trails. Mary Jane Mountain is home to amazing tree skiing, world-class moguls, and wide open alpine bowls.

The resort contains modern amenities with an extensive well developed trail system.  The village base contains multiple lodging, dining and shopping options.

Ski and Snowboard Terrain

The resort consists of three interconnected mountain peaks (and seven "territories") — Winter Park, Mary Jane, and Vasquez Ridge — which share a common lift ticket. Mary Jane, opened in 1975, has a separate base area and is known for its moguls, tree skiing, hidden huts and generally more difficult terrain. Skiing magazine ranks Mary Jane the top mogul skiing area in North America, including the above-tree line terrain of Parsenn Bowl. Vasquez Ridge, opened in 1986, offers intermediate terrain and mogul runs. With a summit elevation of 12,060' and a base elevation of 9,000', Winter Park offers 3,060' of vertical, 3,081 acres of skiable terrain, and 162 trails.  The terrain mix is 24% Green (39), 39% Blue (63), and 37% Black/Double Black (60).  Annual snowfall is over 327".

Lodging:


Located only 1/3 mile from Winter Park Resort, the Vintage Hotel is your choice for comfort, convenience and relaxation. 118 finely-appointed guest rooms offer spectacular views of the majestic Rocky Mountains, and lush, pine-covered mountain sides. You'll be staying in studios featuring kitchenettes, eat out or in, you choose. Walk out the door and take the Cabriolet to the base.

Number of Skiers: 24

Trip Includes:  

  • United Airlines nonstop, Dulles (IAD) to Denver
  • Ground transportation to and from the airport and lodging
  • 6 nights lodging at the Vintage Hotel in studios with kitchenettes 
  • Complimentary shuttle service to/from the ski area and downtown area

Lift tickets: 4-day $266; 5-day $299.

Optional:  First tracks: Start the day with fresh groomers or powder before the lifts open. Only available to groups must have minimum five skiers or 5 boarders. Ski or Board with a resort guide  to find the best stashes. $153.

Single Supplement: Add $839

Ground only: Available after 10 air seats are sold. Subtract $399.

Cancellation Fees:  A $50 cancellation applies for any cancellations prior to 09/11/21.  Afterwards, the participant will also be responsible for any unrecoverable expenses, including 3% credit card transaction fees on applicable payments. 

Payment Schedule: (per person):

$500 Advance Deposit.  Remaining balance is due on 09/11/2021; may be paid by credit card or check.  You may also pay in three monthly installments (by check only, not by credit card): 

09/11/2021:  One-third of the balance
10/11/2021:  Second third of the balance
11/10/2021:  Remaining balance

Please mail payment checks to SCWDC, 5309 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22207.  Do NOT mail payment checks to the trip leader.  

Ski & Sports Club of Washington DC
5309 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22207    MAP
703-532-7776    
scwdc@scwdc.org 
Office Hours: M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM

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