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Best Place to look for Inclusive Ski Packages

post #1 of 9
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Can someone suggest some good websites for searching for All Inclusive Ski packages out West or Europe? I am looking for Air, Trans, Lodging, and Lift.

Thanks
post #2 of 9
shatley, I don't have "air" included in my packages but here are some sites that can custom build to include what you're looking for. Good Luck!

http://www.ski-pak.com/
http://www.snowpak.com/
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post #4 of 9

For Banff area

You would need to check on air packages to Calgary.

http://www.skibig3.com/
post #5 of 9
Here's for Whistler. Just click in what you want on the right side of the screen and it will figure out a package for you.

http://ww1.whistlerblackcomb.com/acc...tion/index.htm
post #6 of 9
Durango Mountain Resort offers lodging, lift tix, lessons, rentals for around $85 per person per day, minimum 3 days. Package info here.

We did this last year with another couple and were put in a ski in/ski out condo (literally 10 feet from doorstep to slope) that could have slept 8.

DMR's front desk is completely disorganized, but if you're patient about it, it usually works out in your favor.
post #7 of 9
You can email me through my website www.gosunrise.com if you like and I'd be glad to put together pricing for full packages.
post #8 of 9
www.skican.com

Western Canada is DA BOMB!
post #9 of 9
www.ski.com - Used them once and was quite happy.

Also, a lot of the resorts do have central reservations services that will put together a decent deal (yes, including airfare), if you have a specific destination in mind. Aspen comes to mind as having been very helpful to me in that regard for a trip last year.

I think whatever you do, while you might shop initially online, I think you get better response if you phone and talk to the reservation people directly, particularly if you are trying to find a 'deal'. Sometimes moving the trip by one day can make a big difference on air fare or lodging costs, or they may know of a lodging place running a deal - you can have these kind of discussions and give and take if you talk directly to a person.

Also, www.skitops.com lists a number of different companies that offer packages, if you want to try to dig up some others.

Good luck! Planning the trip & getting a good deal can be part of the fun!!!

Kristine
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