SUNDAY RIVER, MAINE 5-DAY BUS TRIP
Trip: Sunday River (8 peaks, summit elevation 3,140’ and vertical drop 2,340’, 167” average snowfall)
Trip Dates: Sunday, February 21 to Friday, February 26, 2016
- 5 days of magnificent skiing on eight interconnected peaks
- No-charge, daily Ski lessons from HPSC’s respected CSIA accredited instructors
- 5 nights’ luxury slope-side accommodation, double occupancy
- 5 full hot/cold breakfast buffet each morning to get your ski day started
- Welcome meet & mingle reception on Monday after skiing with 1 glass of wine or beer, cheese/veggies
- Outdoor heated pool, sauna, hot tub and fitness centre; Complimentary Wi-fi
C$ Cost (incl. Taxes):
Cheque (October 29th only)
Credit Card Payment
Base trip (no lifts/lessons)
Base trip + lifts and lessons
Add: Single Supplement*
* single supplement can only be paid later by credit card after rooms have been confirmed
Sign-Up Date: October 29, 2015 – (first come, first-served)
This is an HPSC favorite that sells out every year due to the exceptional value, ski in/ski out location, great meals and superb skiing. It is a must for those of you who have not yet experienced Sunday River. This year we will stay at the Grand Summit Lodge which has a spa, health club and heated outdoor pool and a true slope side location.
Sunday River is a huge ski resort with 131 trails that includes glades, bumps and open runs spread across eight interconnected mountain peaks, each offering a distinct experience. The resort is serviced by a network of 18 lifts, including four high-speed quads, ensuring easy access to every corner of the resort. All abilities will find something to their liking here. At the eastern end of the resort, White Cap features some of the most challenging terrain on the mountain with steeps, glades, and the legendary bump run, White Heat.
Next is Locke Mountain, where the first runs on the mountain were cut. Predominantly Blue trails include favorites like Cascades, Monday Mourning and Sunday Punch. Three Mile Trail is a Green run starting here and winding across the mountain. Ecstasy is a Blue leading back to the lower trails on Locke, and Right Stuff is one of the most popular Black runs at the resort.
Spruce Peak offers two long Blue cruisers, Risky Business and American Express, and the short and steep bump run Downdraft. Spruce also offers quick access to the western side of the resort with the Green run, Sirius. North Peak is home to the mid-mountain Peak Lodge, and a variety of great Green and Blue runs. North Peak has a high-speed lift and long runs.
Jordan Bowl boasts the best scenery at the resort, as well as some of the best runs. All abilities will find something to their liking here, with long Green and Blue cruisers like Lollapalooza and Rogue Angel as well as advanced glades.
Resort Accommodation: This year we are staying at the Grand Summit Lodge with true slope-side access to the resort.
Dining: Four themed buffet dinners included.
Departure: On Sunday February 21, 2016 from Yonge & York Mills, Toronto at 9:30am and 10:00am from Scarborough
From Sunday River at 3:30pm on Friday February 26, 2016.
Transportation to the ski areas and return will be by HPSC luxury coach.
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All applicable fuel surcharges and taxes in effect as of August 2015 have been included in the package price. However in these volatile times HPSC reserves the right to charge for unanticipated increases in the cost of fuel and taxes imposed by the resort or coach company.