Snow Adventure Package

Iconic Northeast Trip

Experience some of the most iconic mountain resort destinations across the northeastern United States, on this round-trip adventure that starts and ends in Nashville.

With seven destinations over seven days, your group will explore a new mountain destination each day where you can ski and snowboard to your heart’s content. Contact Argent today to work with a representative to customize your very own iconic northeast snow adventure.

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Duration

7 Days

This package is round trip, starting and ending in Nashville.

Starting at

$475

Price per person per day for a group of 12.

Itinerary

Let your imagination be the guide! Trips can be fully customized to suit your vision if you want to adjust the duration and destinations on the trip.

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Day 1 - Windham Mountain - Windham, NY

Day 1:  Windham Mountain in Windham, New York

Windham has 54 trails, 11 lifts, a 1600’ drop, six terrain parks, a family fun center including nine conveyor lanes of snow tubing and kids snowmobiles, as well as an award-winning snowsports school. With 97% snowmaking coverage, this mountain literally has it all.

Day 2 - Killington, VT

Day 2:  Killington, Vermont

Appropriately nicknamed, “The Beast,” Killington is the largest ski resort in the Eastern United States. Home to a 3,000’ vertical drop and 1,500 skiable acres ranging from groomed to mogul terrain. Only 7 miles away, visit Pico mountain’s gentle terrain for smooth riding.

Day 3 - Sunday River - Newry, ME

Day 3: Sunday River in Newry, Maine

Spread across eight peaks, Sunday River features three miles of trails with six terrain parks, a superpine, 300 acres of tree skiing, and an almost perfectly split in difficulty level for beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain. The mountain boasts “New England’s most dependable snow,” allowing snow sports from late October through early May.

Day 4 - Sugarloaf - Carrabassett Valley, ME

Day 4:  Sugarloaf in Carrabassett Valley, Maine

Spread across three peaks with eight tree skiing areas, a superpipe and halfpipe, and top-level terrain parks, Loon Mountain is known as New England’s most accessible mountain destination with unique offerings such as a hidden bird sanctuary on its north peak and a wood-fired steam engine for the kiddos to ride.

Day 5 - Loon Mountain - Lincoln, NH

Day 5:  Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire

Spread across three peaks with eight tree skiing areas, a superpipe and halfpipe, and top-level terrain parks, Loon Mountain is known as New England’s most accessible mountain destination with unique offerings such as a hidden bird sanctuary on its north peak and a wood-fired steam engine for the kiddos to ride.

Day 6 - Stratton, VT

Day 6:  Stratton, Vermont

Known as “the birthplace of snowboarding,” Stratton became the first resort to allow snowboarding on its trails in 1983. Stratton has 180” of annual snowfall supplemented with over 1,000 snowguns covering Southern Vermont’s highest summit with a 2,000’ vertical drop. After a day on the slopes, consider trying a sought-after nighttime snowshoe tour.

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Duration

7 Days

This package is round trip, starting and ending in Nashville.

Starting at

$475

Price per person per day for a group of 12.

Itinerary

Let your imagination be the guide! Trips can be fully customized to suit your vision if you want to adjust the duration and destinations on the trip.

» Explore Trip on Google Earth

Day 1 - Windham Mountain - Windham, NY

Day 1:  Windham Mountain in Windham, New York

Windham has 54 trails, 11 lifts, a 1600’ drop, six terrain parks, a family fun center including nine conveyor lanes of snow tubing and kids snowmobiles, as well as an award-winning snowsports school. With 97% snowmaking coverage, this mountain literally has it all.

Day 2 - Killington, VT

Day 2:  Killington, Vermont

Appropriately nicknamed, “The Beast,” Killington is the largest ski resort in the Eastern United States. Home to a 3,000’ vertical drop and 1,500 skiable acres ranging from groomed to mogul terrain. Only 7 miles away, visit Pico mountain’s gentle terrain for smooth riding.

Day 3 - Sunday River - Newry, ME

Day 3: Sunday River in Newry, Maine

Spread across eight peaks, Sunday River features three miles of trails with six terrain parks, a superpine, 300 acres of tree skiing, and an almost perfectly split in difficulty level for beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain. The mountain boasts “New England’s most dependable snow,” allowing snow sports from late October through early May.

Day 4 - Sugarloaf - Carrabassett Valley, ME

Day 4:  Sugarloaf in Carrabassett Valley, Maine

Spread across three peaks with eight tree skiing areas, a superpipe and halfpipe, and top-level terrain parks, Loon Mountain is known as New England’s most accessible mountain destination with unique offerings such as a hidden bird sanctuary on its north peak and a wood-fired steam engine for the kiddos to ride.

Day 5 - Loon Mountain - Lincoln, NH

Day 5:  Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire

Spread across three peaks with eight tree skiing areas, a superpipe and halfpipe, and top-level terrain parks, Loon Mountain is known as New England’s most accessible mountain destination with unique offerings such as a hidden bird sanctuary on its north peak and a wood-fired steam engine for the kiddos to ride.

Day 6 - Stratton, VT

Day 6:  Stratton, Vermont

Known as “the birthplace of snowboarding,” Stratton became the first resort to allow snowboarding on its trails in 1983. Stratton has 180” of annual snowfall supplemented with over 1,000 snowguns covering Southern Vermont’s highest summit with a 2,000’ vertical drop. After a day on the slopes, consider trying a sought-after nighttime snowshoe tour.

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