Winter Park offers new “Snow Guarantee” this coming season

Winter Park, COLO.—October 8, 2012— Don’t worry, we understand better than anyone; when planning a ski vacation, snow matters. Especially after last season’s less than record breaking snowfall totals, Winter Park Resort has just the solution for the guest who needs assurance. When looking for consistent, reliable snow, our visitors always find it at Winter Park Resort. With an average snowfall of 326 inches per season over the last ten years, choosing Winter Park Resort is the best choice for a ski vacation – now guaranteed.

Winter Park Resort will launch an “Early Snow Guarantee” on October 15, 2012. This means that we now provide a level of confidence to our guests who may be considering an early season vacation to Winter Park.

Here’s the offer:
•Book a trip to Winter Park for arrival/departure between November 14 – Dec. 20, 2012.
•If our snow is not up to your standards, you can reschedule your trip to Winter Park for later this season.
•Notification of plan to reschedule must be made 48 hours prior to arrival (by 4 pm two days prior to arrival).
•The cost of your early season vacation will be applied to the later dates, difference in cost to be paid by guest.
•Rescheduling will be on a space available basis.
•Rescheduled trip must be used by April 21, 2013.
•No refunds.

Right now, when guests book 3 nights they get a 4th night free. Special winter rates are available starting at just $52pp/pn*. Please call 866.239.3994 or book online at www.winterparkresort.com.

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