Snow Adventure Package

Iconic Western Extension Trip

Experience iconic Rocky Mountain resort destinations across Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico, on this round-trip adventure that starts and ends in Denver.

With six stops 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 Rocky Mountain snow adventure.

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Duration

7 Days

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

Starting at

$385.00

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 - Steamboat Springs, CO

Day 1:  Steamboat Springs, Colorado

The originator of Champagne Powder® and home to some of the greatest US Olympians, Steamboat is one of the most memorable ski towns in North America. For the last 50 years, skiers of all ages have called Steamboat their favorite resort as one of Colorado’s snowfall leaders featuring 2,965 acres of skiable terrain, 18 lifts and 169 trails.

Day 2 - Jackson Hole, WY

Day 2:  Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Known for 2,500 skiable acres of legendary Teton peak terrain, with a 4,139’ continuous vertical, 450+ annual inches of snow, a 4.5-mile run, and a top elevation of over 10,400’, Jackson is home to Corbet’s Couloir, one of the most difficult in-bounds ski run in North America.

Day 3 - Alta, UT

Day 3:  Alta, Utah

A skier-only destination, Alta sits in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, with 2,614 acres at 11,000’ elevation and an overall vertical gain of 2,538’. Alta has an average of 547 inches of annual snowfall and is sought after by experienced powder-seekers, beginners and intermediate skiing levels alike.

Day 4 - Brighton, UT

Day 4:  Brighton, Utah

The only resort in Utah that can proudly say 100% of its terrain is accessible by high-speed quads. Located at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon and sitting in the direct path of winter storms, Brighton receives a tremendous amount of light, fluffy and dry snow.

Day 5 - Aspen & Snowmass, CO

Day 5:  Aspen & Snowmass, Colorado

Spanning four mountaintops and over 4,500 acres of terrain, the Aspen & Snowmass area is legendary. Only steps away from the prestigious downtown Aspen, you can take World Cup final runs, hit powdered stashes, or ski your best to keep up with the snowcat-towed Oasis Champagne Bar.

Day 6 - Taos, NM

Day 6:  Taos, New Mexico

Offering terrain for all experience levels from expert-level hike-to terrain on Kachina Peak, to newly updated beginner runs, Taos Ski Valley is a village and resort, comfortably nestled in an alpine valley that boasted a population of 69 in 2010.

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Duration

7 Days

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

Starting at

$385

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 - Steamboat Springs, CO

Day 1:  Steamboat Springs, Colorado

The originator of Champagne Powder® and home to some of the greatest US Olympians, Steamboat is one of the most memorable ski towns in North America. For the last 50 years, skiers of all ages have called Steamboat their favorite resort as one of Colorado’s snowfall leaders featuring 2,965 acres of skiable terrain, 18 lifts and 169 trails.

Day 2 - Jackson Hole, WY

Day 2:  Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Known for 2,500 skiable acres of legendary Teton peak terrain, with a 4,139’ continuous vertical, 450+ annual inches of snow, a 4.5-mile run, and a top elevation of over 10,400’, Jackson is home to Corbet’s Couloir, one of the most difficult in-bounds ski run in North America.

Day 3 - Alta, UT

Day 3:  Alta, Utah

A skier-only destination, Alta sits in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, with 2,614 acres at 11,000’ elevation and an overall vertical gain of 2,538’. Alta has an average of 547 inches of annual snowfall and is sought after by experienced powder-seekers, beginners and intermediate skiing levels alike.

Day 4 - Brighton, UT

Day 4:  Brighton, Utah

The only resort in Utah that can proudly say 100% of its terrain is accessible by high-speed quads. Located at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon and sitting in the direct path of winter storms, Brighton receives a tremendous amount of light, fluffy and dry snow.

Day 5 - Aspen & Snowmass, CO

Day 5:  Aspen & Snowmass, Colorado

Spanning four mountaintops and over 4,500 acres of terrain, the Aspen & Snowmass area is legendary. Only steps away from the prestigious downtown Aspen, you can take World Cup final runs, hit powdered stashes, or ski your best to keep up with the snowcat-towed Oasis Champagne Bar.

Day 6 - Taos, NM

Day 6:  Taos, New Mexico

Offering terrain for all experience levels from expert-level hike-to terrain on Kachina Peak, to newly updated beginner runs, Taos Ski Valley is a village and resort, comfortably nestled in an alpine valley that boasted a population of 69 in 2010.

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