Christmas morning is a magical thing. It’s one special day of the year that’s ALL about family, fun, love, and a whole lot of presents. This year, why not add white, fluffy powder and fresh mountain air to the mix?
With plenty of snow and on-mountain festivities, we can’t think of a better way to spend Christmas and New Year’s Day than on the slopes with your family and friends.
Here are five reasons why:
Reason 1: Wide Open Slopes
Even though the holiday season is the busiest time for most ski resorts, Christmas and New Year’s Day are both generally pretty quiet. Enjoy short lift lines and wide, open slopes while the rest of the world watches Christmas movie re-runs from their sofas.
Reason 2: Holiday Spirit
Christmas tunes & Santa suits… Unless you’re the Grinch, it’s almost impossible to be in a bad mood! Expect tons of smiles and cheerful attitudes while you’re flying down your favorite runs.
Reason 3: Holiday Events
From skiing with Santa to special parades, resorts usually offer a mix of entertainment and celebrations to keep your whole family busy. Check your favorite resort’s calendar to see what’s going on during this time of the year.
Reason 4: Your Health & Fitness
While everyone else is worrying about losing the weight they gained over the holidays, the only thing you’ll be worrying about is which trail to shred. An extra serving of Christmas ham? Yes, please! You’ll burn all of that off on the slopes in no time.
Reason 5: Great Deals
When your purchase in advance on Liftopia, you can save big on your Christmas and New Year’s Day lift tickets. But hurry, quantities are limited!
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Is there someone on your Christmas list who’ll love the idea of Christmas and New Year’s skiing? Here’s how you can give them the Gift of Ski.