STOWE AND SUGARBUSH, VERMONT 5-DAY BUS TRIP
Stowe (Mount Mansfield elevation 4,395’ and vertical drop 2,360’) andSugarbush, (Mount Ellen elevation 4,083’ and vertical drop 2,600’) - Two of the highest ski peaks in the East, Vermont, USA
Sunday, March 13 to Friday, March 18, 2016
- 5 days of magnificent skiing at two renowned Vermont resorts
- No-charge, daily Ski lessons from HPSC’s respected CSIA accredited instructors
- 5 day lift tickets (3 Stowe and 2 Sugarbush)
- 5 nights’ accommodation, double occupancy
- Freshly made, hot/cold breakfast buffet each morning to get your ski day started
- Varied 5 course buffet dinners each night
- Welcome wine & cheese reception on Monday after skiing
- Pool, hot tubs, saunas, sports bar/lounge, games room, free 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
October 29, 2015 – (first come, first-served)
A great value! This is a 5-day skiing and snowboarding trip with 3 days at Stowe resort (M,W,F) and 2 days at Sugarbush resort (T, Th). Snowshoeing and X-country skiing is also available nearby for an additional charge. Daily skiing lessons, breakfasts and dinners and all transportation included in overall price.
This will be our 4th year at Commodores Inn and we had a great time at the Inn in past years. It is a conveniently located, authentic Vermont ski lodge, not a 4-star hotel, and it has all the amenities. Facilities include restaurant, Sports Lounge, bar, indoor pool, 3 large Jacuzzis, 2 saunas, games room with pool table, table tennis and free Wi-Fi. Walk 1.4km to the quaint downtown area with stores offering hand made chocolates, stunning one-of-a-kind jewellery and other New England specialties.
The always burning fireplace in the Main lounge is a convenient meeting area for freshly baked goods, snacks, refreshments and socializing before and after dinner. The Sports Lounge bar is open afternoons and evenings. There is a deli/grocery store next door which sells wine and beer if you want to sample something local and a ski/sports store that often has ski equipment and clothing “on sale” as the season wanes. For sailors, the owner Bruce Nourjian, is always willing to talk about model boat sailing and his adventures on the high seas.
The resident chef sources his ingredients locally and prepares all foods fresh for the day. He likes to be available for feedback on his daily creations. Some desserts are sourced locally. Food quality and quantity has been consistently high. The service is cheerfully excellent.
Commodores Inn Staff and Management are looking forward to hosting HPSC members again in 2016!
On Sunday March 13, 2016 from Yonge & York Mills, Toronto at 9:30am and 10:00am from Scarborough.
From Stowe at 3:45pm on Friday March 18th, 2016.
Transportation to the ski areas will be by HPSC luxury coach (except Friday AM). There is a free local scheduled shuttle bus system for those who want to leave the hill early (or go to the hill late), that stops at the Commodores Inn and also runs through the village of Stowe for anyone who wants to participate in the nightlife or other activities in the village.
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Resort web sites:
Commodores Inn, Stowe
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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.