Sunday, December 17, 2006

First Time skier to North America

Skiing in North America is an exciting and unique experience and is very different to skiing in NZ. It is hassle free, comfortable and everything is organised to maximise your enjoyment on and off the slopes.
That comes as no surprise to the thousands of Kiwis who travel to North America regularly to ski. But for first time North American skiers, it is always a pleasant surprise to find a totally dedicated ski resort built for skiers and boarders, right on the mountain.

Imagine a beautiful alpine village wonderland nestled in a valley surrounded by awesome views and snowy slopes. Imagine stepping out of your hotel door, putting on your skis or board and sliding down to a modern high-speed chairlift, with no queues. Imagine gliding through soft powder snow on gently sloping glades or cruising down perfectly groomed pistes with no one in sight.

Imagine wandering around the on mountain village at the end of a perfect day on the slopes, soaking up the atmosphere as you walk to bars or restaurants for a cosy night of relaxation.

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Ski in North America

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