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Jay Peak trip - Dec 12 - 17, 2017

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The 2017 EICSL trip to Jay Peak will be Tuesday, December 12 - Sunday, December 17, 2017. A 3-night option will also be offered starting Thursday, December 14.

Trip pricing includes daily lift tickets, 5.5 day trip includes unlimited season pass to Jay Peak, 3.5 day trip includes mid week season pass with blackouts for holiday periods, Friday pass to water park, and Saturday wine and beer party.  See Jay Peak website for season pass information.

Prices:

  • 3-night (12/14-17) slopeside 2-bedroom condo  -- $300 / person (quad occupancy)
  • 3-night hotel studio (12/14-17) -- $450 / person (double occupancy)
  • 5-night slopeside 2-bedroom condo (12/12-17)  -- $480 / person (quad occupancy)
  • 5-night hotel studio (12/12-17) -- $720 / person (double occupancy)

A meal plan and discounted lesson package is TBD.

Registration:

You'll need to join EICSL by the time of the trip to attend. New EICSL members will receive a free lift ticket to the season kick-off event and demo day at Bretton Woods on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017. If you're looking for an EICSL club, check out ACE Ski Club. Besides the trip and free lift ticket, joining ACE comes with other benefits, like the ongoing Vermont lift ticket sale: VT Order Form September 30 2017.doc

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22 minutes ago, xwhaler said:

Incredible deal. If I didn't have kids, 2 passes already or a week long trip out west I'd be all over this.

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I'm planning on attending. I'll bring my laptop and work from the condo if necessary. It's a great week-long escape, and even if the snow sucks at least you get the unlimited season pass.

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This is a great deal! I'm assuming you have to be an EICSL club member? Can you remind us again what that entails?

Edit: whoops sorry, I see you already said that. Do all parties need to be club members? Or could the 2nd couple in a quad be a guest?

 

 

 

 

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All trip participants must be EICSL members by joining one of the league's member clubs:

http://www.eicsl.org/clubs.html

If you're not looking to join a club with a house in the Mt Washington Valley, then I suggest joining ACE Ski Club. It meets locally in Chelmsford, MA and has the Vermont discount tickets we've discussed before. It's $40 for the first person and $30 for each additional adult in the household. I'd need to look into the fees for kids.

New members also get a free ticket to Bretton Woods for the demo day on December 9!

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1 hour ago, Cannonballer said:

Not to be greedy but.....  Do you think Jay would offer an option to upgrade the pass received through this deal to a Jay/Burke combo pass?

Have already asked, and was told definitely "no". You would get a discount on Burke tickets. I don't remember exactly how much it was, maybe $45?

It does include 50% off additional tickets and "Mountains of Distinction" reciprocal discounts.

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On 9/6/2017 at 8:35 PM, Weatherman said:

I'm planning on attending. I'll bring my laptop and work from the condo if necessary. It's a great week-long escape, and even if the snow sucks at least you get the unlimited season pass.

The snow did not suck that week in VT last year. Bush had about 38" in a couple days (believe it was the 15-18th) and it was a 50"+ week for Jay.

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I got an update on pricing. I made a mistake. The 5-day trip with unlimited season pass is $480 (not $580) per person if you stay in the slopeside condos. Sorry for the mistake. Registration should open next week.

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7 hours ago, Weatherman said:

I got an update on pricing. I made a mistake. The 5-day trip with unlimited season pass is $480 (not $580) per person if you stay in the slopeside condos. Sorry for the mistake. Registration should open next week.

very tempting on this...........very !

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If you have the time to spare early season, the 5 day trip with a pass is a great deal (even if you don't use the whole trip) if you are able to get some additional value of the pass later in the season.

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