2019 — Aspen Snowmass


Start Date: March 17, 2018
End Date: March 24, 2018
Price: $1,350 – 1,700

To sign up for trip, go to http://www.skibears.org and fill out both member form
and weeklong trip form and send with payment to either
joseph.maltese1@verizon.net or to
Ski Bears of CT, P.O. Box 1653, Norwalk, CT 06852-1653
Payment Schedule: $850 Deposit + Membership >>>> $850 by Jan 8th, 2019

  • Round Trip Non-Stop, Newark to Denver on Southwest w/ Free Luggage &  Skis
  • Round Trip Private Ground Transfers from Denver
  • Seven Nights at the Stonebridge Inn at Snowmass


  • Group Dinner & Après Ski Party
  • 5 Day Lift Pass at Snowmass/Aspen Mountain/Aspen Highlands/Buttermilk
  • Local free ski bus leaves regularly from Snowmass to other resorts listed below

Package with IKON Pass, not purchased thru the Ski Bears $1,400.00
. . . or if IKON Pass is Purchased thru the Link Below,
then package price is $1,325.00
check their website for other ICON pass information

Snowmass: Offering an abundance of deep snow and a vast expanse of terrain that includes 94 trails and the largest vertical descent of any resort in North America. You could spend your entire trip skiing and riding its terrain without covering the same ground twice. From the choice expert terrain of Burnt Mountain Glades, High Alpine and the Cirque, to the long blue groomers and impressive beginner facilities for newcomers, it is an easy choice. New developments at the base are making it better each season, and this year, Snowmass is celebrating its 50th Anniversary.

Aspen Mountain: There is no denying the unique personality of Aspen Mountain. Rising from the
vibrant heart of downtown Aspen, this is where it all began in 1946 with the single-seat Lift 1, which
immediately became the longest chairlift in the world. That mentality of “go big or go home” has always been at the foundation of the mountain they still call “Ajax.”

Aspen Highlands: It may just be one ridge over from Aspen Mountain and Buttermilk, but it is truly in a world all its own. Adored by locals and elite skiers and riders, the mountain has a duct-tape-todiamonds vibe that is on display with the double-black steeps of Highland Bowl and the raucous après ski scene at Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro.

Buttermilk: Home to ESPN’s Winter X Games, two extraordinary terrain parks and a world-famous 22-foot Superpipe. But on most days, it feels like it’s just you and the mountain, with miles of groomers and glades to explore at your leisure.