The Seasons High Five Challenge 2014

10/09/2013 | by Str3@ml1ne | Uncategorized

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For years, we here at The Seasons have thoroughly enjoyed dishing out skiing discounts to our guests. And once again in 2014, we’ve decided to elevate our game.

By 7,672 feet.

Why 7,672 feet, you ask? This total, is the combined vertical drop for the five ski areas we’re servicing this year: Attitash, Black Mountain, Bretton Woods, Cranmore, and Wildcat. And we’ve designed an epic ski package that’ll challenge you to ski all five of these hills.

In five days.

We figure that if you’re gonna go skiing…

You might as well go big!

We are excited to announce the Seasons’ High Five Challenge for the 2013-2014 ski season! This package includes five nights of lodging, five days of lift tickets at our five favorite local hills, and a sweet one-of-a-kind t-shirt celebrating your alpine prowess.

With The Seasons’ High Five Challenge, not only will you be receiving lift tickets at our patented discount rates, but get this! You will also receive the Night #4 of your 5-night stay at 50% off our standard rate…

And Night #5 will be absolutely free!

That was not a typo. Fifth night free.

This package can be used for any five night stay from the opening of Mt. Washington Valley ski season through February 13th (excluding the Christmas Vacation period). As you’re mulling over whether or not to take us up on our invitation to spend five days terminally vertical, please just remember one thing…

Achievement is the intersection of ambition and opportunity.

This is your opportunity. Five days, five spectacular Mount Washington Valley mountains.

We’re betting that you’ll be glad you took the challenge. We’re also betting you’ll be glad we have a big ol’ hot tub to help your body recover from the post-vertical bliss!

And did we mention the seriously cool t-shirt?

(800) 332-6636. Call now. We are waiting.

(NOTE: Weekend night rates will not be considered as discounted 4th or 5th nights. Nights to be discounted will be the least expensive nights during the five night stay.)