January is the month for SuperSavers at Smugglers’ Notch Resort

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 12, 2010 11:40 am

Smugglers’ Notch is offering guests a great way to save in January with its SuperSaver Rate.  See below for all the details from the ski resort, in addition to other important events happening soon!

 

The entire month of January is dominated by the SuperSaver Rate at Smugglers’ Notch Resort

The SuperSaver rate is the lowest rate of the season and is valid all month long, including Martin Luther King Weekend holiday January 16-18, 2010. For 2-4 night stays an adult pays only $119 per day and a youth ages 3-17 just $109.

This rate is the Club Smugglers’ Advantage Package which embodies the total Smuggs vacation experience: daily lift tickets, mountainside condo lodging, a day-long camp or group lesson for everyone on the package, activities and entertainment.

TREASURES child care center services are half price during the whole month or just $43 per day.

Here’s what else is included: FunZone family play center and other activities for kids and their parents such as bingo, tube sliding and the Airboard Family Fun Race, pools and teen centers. Also outdoor ice skating, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing and Showtime Theatre – Smuggs version of Broadway for the under 10 set.

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January 25-29: Autism Snowman Camp at Smugglers’ Notch Resort

Autism Snowman Camp is hosted by the Smugglers’ Notch Adaptive Program (SNAP). It is a five-day day camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Campers may participate in activities such as sleigh rides, dog sledding, alpine and cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, horseback riding, ice skating and swimming with full instructor support through SNAP. Lunch is included every day. Check out pricing at 800-451-8752 and availability with Alisa Anderson, program manger at 802-644-8502.

Matt Marro, Snowman Camp leader said: “With Autism Snowman Camp our students have an opportunity to enjoy the Winter through the many forms of outdoor activities we offer. At this time of year the snow is a natural motivator that makes Camp especially fun for the kids.”

Family members not participating in the Snowman Camp may enjoy all the activities and programs included in the popular Club Smugglers’ Advantage Package.

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Smugglers’ Video Series on YouTube offers tips for parents of young skiers and riders

Smugglers’ has prepared two practical videos that show the basics of how to dress children for fun on the slopes and how to prepare young children for Winter snowsports. They are easy to find on Smuggs YouTube Channel. Snow Sport University director Harley Johnson and TREASURES Child Care Center director Shelley Schaffer share simple tips in their new video, Dress for Success … Outdoors! From layering clothing to selecting the best style of ski pants, they’ve got the art of dressing small children covered.

Parents might also want to take a look at the first video in the Children’s Snow Tips series. It covers preparing young children for Winter snowsports. Young kids may find learning to ski or snowboard a bit overwhelming at first, and Harley and Shelley share their thoughts on how to best prepare children for this new and exciting experience.

 

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