Stratton Ski Resort sucks out the risk

Posted By: Steve Bellamy on October 8, 2009 8:58 am

The Farmers Almanac is calling for a stormy winter throughout the northeast.  Certainly the West Coast Mountains are reading the Almanac.  Stratton is helping consumers with some early bird deals that suck the risk out of the ski equation.

Book any Stratton stay by October 30 to save 30 percent off midweek stays, 20 percent off weekend stays and 10 percent off those highly coveted holiday stays. Simple, easy and affordable, all wrapped into one great deal.

Those who take advantage of Stratton’s Early Booking Offer will also receive guaranteed price protection. If there is a better price offered on that package, the difference will be refunded. A relaxed cancelation policy allows guests to cancel or change dates at no cost or penalty up to 14 days from the arrival date. Free upgrades, preferred pricing on lift tickets and rentals (now available at last year’s rate) make this a very rewarding offer.

Time is also running out to book 2009-10 season passes at discounted rates. Starting with the $229 Sunday Pass to the $1429 Ultra Pass, there are prices and options for everybody. And at $279, college passes offer unlimited access to Stratton, Okemo and Mount Sunapee without any blackout dates. These deals run through October 12,

Stratton means big mountain skiing and riding with more than 90 trails, 120+ acres of glades and one of the top terrain parks in North America. Fast lifts, including four high-speed lifts and the summit gondola, 95 percent snowmaking coverage and “gold medal” grooming make Stratton Mountain the ideal choice for a ski or snowboard getaway.

Stratton offers the ultimate choice in lodging with a range of accommodations from convenient hotels to spacious mountain homes, slopeside Village lined with shops, restaurants, an internet café and Spa, Sports Center with pool, teen club, snowshoe trails, snowmobile tours and childcare for ages as young as 6 weeks.

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