Do you like condo lodging that is ski in and ski out to lots of groomed, intermediate terrain? Do you like relaxing in a slopeside pool and hot tub after skiing? Do you like having access to the Allegria Spa at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek? These are a few of the reasons why the Highlands Lodge at Beaver Creek has been a favorite destination of the Birmingham Ski Club. You can also make a day trip to ski at Vail, which is less than 10 miles from Beaver Creek.
** As of 8-16-17, this trip has space for 4 people. Please contact the group leader, Stew Price, if you are interested in getting on this trip which is just about full.
You can turn this into the first week of a two week trip by going on the Lake Tahoe trip the following week, Jan 27 - Feb 3. Book your own air to match up with the flights for each trip and you can hop on the ground transfers. Buy an Epic Pass and it will cover your skiing at Beaver Creek, Vail, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood.
Your Package Includes
Roundtrip air on United Airlines
20 JAN #4591 BHM/Denver 8:29 am - 10:35 am
#5907 Denver/Eagle 11:15 am - 12:01 pm
27 JAN #1019 Eagle/Houston 2:45 pm - 6:23 pm
#3434 Houston/BHM 7:55 pm - 9:40 pm
air schedule current as of 7-11-17
Roundtrip Ground Transfers
Eagle to Beaver Creek, only 28 miles
7 nights lodging at the Highlands Lodge
Ski , ski out with an outdoor pool and hot tubs.
Lodging taxes, fees and baggage handling gratuities
3BR/3BA condos with 6 per unit
PRICE: $1580 pp
Trip Leader: Stew Price
Sign up with a $200 deposit by contacting the trip leader or you can pay the deposit online with PayPal. There will be a $6 fee that will be added to the deposit if you use Pay Pal.
Group Rate Lifts Beaver Creek & VaIl
3 of 5 day $387 $377
4 of 6 day $480 $470
5 of 8 day $555 $545
6 of 9 day $624 $614
Lift ticket order deadline is Dec 1, 2017
A message from Stew Price:
I’ve logged quite a few ski days at Beaver Creek over the years, and I have to tell you it is one of the finest ski resorts for a mix of skiers of all abilities (like, for a ski club). This mountain has it all: 19% “greens”, 52% “blues”, and 39% “blacks”. If you’re a “casual” skier, Beaver Creek’s big blue groomers are the best in the world, and if you’re a “wild one”, Beaver Creek’s Birds of Prey World Cup downhill course will make you humble! If you’re looking for a change of pace, Vail is a 20-minute bus ride away and is included in your lift ticket.
‘Not exactly roughing it’ is Beaver Creek’s campaign slogan, and for good reason. The slopes are meticulously groomed and uncrowded, the lifts are all high-speed, and there are freshly baked cookies waiting for you at the bottom of the lift! Most of us have learned that ski-in/ski-out accommodations make all the difference in the world. Our 3-bdrm Highlands condos are literally on the slope. You take the elevator from your room down to the bottom floor locker/ski storage, suit up, and carry your gear out the door a whole ten feet and snap in. You can take the private “Highlands Lift” up, or take the ski trail down to the village lifts. Not exactly roughing it.
We’re planning some great social activities with this trip, with a wine and cheese reception when we arrive, a couple of apres ski socials, and a “margarita night” that you won’t want to miss. There are many great restaurants in the village, and with a free continuous shuttle, everything’s an option. Also included with our stay at the Highlands is complimentary access to the Allegria Spa, for those of you who want to really indulge yourselves.
Nancy and I hope you’ll join us at Beaver Creek this season. If you haven’t been there yet, you need to do it. If you’ve been there before you know what I’m talking about!