Broke college students should register for Jackson Hole ‘College Snowriders Fest’ today

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 19, 2009 9:57 am

For all those increasingly broke college students such as the ones protesting at UCLA yesterday over proposed UC System tuition increases, you are in luck. Even though college students in the US are increasingly taking on more debt to pay for school, that doesn’t mean skiing shouldn’t be affordable.

Today marks the last day that you can register for the annual Jackson Hole Snowriders Fest happening January 7th-10th.

Jackson Hole Snowriders Fest is the 12th annual gathering of students from universities and colleges throughout the U.S. looking to ski or snowboard, party and enjoy a week of relaxation during winter break. Join other students from across the country for the celebration!

Jackson Hole offers 2500 acres of legendary inbounds terrain, a 4,139′ vertical rise, 459″ of average snowfall each winter and unparalleled backcountry access. And if you haven’t already heard, the tram is back!

For a mere $350, financially-strapped college students can get this epic deal:

Included in the base trip price:

- 5 nights lodging at Snow King Resort based on 4 per hotel room
- 3 day lift ticket valid at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
- Organized social events including parties with music, on mountain competitions and awards ceremony
- 24 hour on location staff
- All taxes, credit card and resort fees

You can register on the website listed here.