Snow Adventure Packages

With Argent, you can experience the most sought-after mountain resorts in the country. Get the most out of your season pass this winter at Rocky Mountain and East Coast destinations.

Choose from our existing packages or mix and match resorts to build the perfect trip. Explore a new mountain destination each day with our Trip Packages, curated to feature the most popular resorts on your season pass. Dream big and build your own trip for as low as $350 per person per day, with round trip itineraries for up to twelve in both Rocky Mountain and Northeastern regions.


Epic Rockies

Kick-off your snow adventure with family favorites, Vail & Breckenridge, then enjoy a few days off the beaten path at Telluride & Crested Butte.

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Iconic Rockies

Strap your boots on and prepare for an epic snow adventure at some of Colorado’s most iconic resorts, from Aspen and Snowmass, to Steamboat Springs and Winter Park.

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Iconic Western Extension

Shred pow with your crew at iconic Rocky Mountain resorts across Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and New Mexico, featuring a new mountain destination each day.

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Epic Northeast

Take your show on the road with your squad and explore some of the East Coast’s finest mountain resorts from New York to Vermont and beyond.

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Iconic Northeast

Dive into snow across the northeast, and get in as many turns as you can at renowned resorts including Killington, Sugarloaf and Stratton.

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Mix & Match Your Perfect Trip

Take our packages to the next level and build your dream trip. You choose the duration and the location with our mix and match destinations featuring premium resorts across the Rocky Mountain and Northeast.

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Mix & Match: Rocky Mountain Destinations

Mix and match your very own Rocky Mountains Trip! Whether it be a long weekend or week-long getaway, your Argent Representative will work with you to customize an itinerary that suits your vision. All Rocky Mountain Trips are round-trip itineraries beginning and ending in Denver, Colorado.

Don’t live in the Mile High City? Not a problem! Your Argent Representative will assist with booking your flight and travel accommodations, or coordinate pickups with your bus.


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.

Arapahoe Basin

Founded by WWII Veterans and Olympic Skiers, “A Basin” offers more than 1,400 acres with 147 trails and nine lifts, featuring some of the steepest in-bound terrain and the longest ski and ride season in Colorado from October through June.

Aspen & Snowmass

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.

Beaver Creek

A mountain designed for alpine enthusiasts of all kinds, Beaver Creek prides itself as a welcoming atmosphere with stunning beauty featuring three distinct base areas covering 1,800 acres of terrain.


This is one of the country’s most sought-after mountain locations for a reason. With five peaks, 187 trails, four terrain parks, the tallest chairlift in North America, and 2,908 skiable acres, Breckenridge prides itself on offering an unforgettable experience for all ability levels.


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.

Copper Mountain

Copper’s laid-back and inclusive atmosphere offers a friendly environment for all visitors with naturally divided terrain types. The mountain receives an average of 25’ of annual snowfall across 2,465 acres, offering 140 marked trails, a summit elevation of 12,313’, and houses an acclaimed woodward sports park.

Crested Butte

With more than 1,500 skiable acres, Crested Butte is known as “Colorado’s last great ski town” with 15 lifts, 121 trails, and 297 acres, ski season runs all the way into April. Nestled into the Gunnison National Forest and the Elk Mountain Range, Crested Butte offers terrain suitable for any skill level with gorgeous scenery, rich history, and a lack of crowds.


Home to Colorado’s best snowmaking system, Eldora offers 680 acres of skiable terrain featuring extreme double black diamond routes with steeps, cliffs, and gullies. This mountain is ski, snowboard, AT, XC and snowshoe friendly and hosts a woodward mountain park for more extreme training and activity.

Jackson Hole

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.


Consisting of over three mountains and stretching sevens miles along the Snake River, Keystone is comprised of 3,128 vertical feet, 3,148 acres of terrain and three vibrant villages. Kids always ski for free here, as this mountain prides itself in a “fun-first” mentality.


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.


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.


Revered as ‘the best terrain in Colorado’, Telluride is recognized as a premier ski and snowboard destination. With more than 2,000 skiable acres and 300 inches of snow annually, this mountain town offers some of the most stunning skiing and riding on the continent.

Winter Park

Known as “the home of endless adventure and an unparalleled and unfiltered Colorado experience,” Winter Park offers 3,000 acres of varied terrain, a tube park, and a wide offering of snow tours, including snowcarts, snowshoes and snowbikes.


A one of a kind mountain destination, Vail is known to average 300+ days of sunshine and 370+ inches of snow each year, with 5,289 skiable acres, back bowls, and a wide variety of terrain. Vail is “like nothing on earth” with its unique views of the sawatch and gore mountain ranges.


Mix & Match: East Coast Mountain Destinations

Mix and match your very own Eastern Mountains Trip! Whether it be a long weekend or week-long getaway, your Argent Representative will work with you to customize an itinerary that suits your vision. All East Coast Trips are round-trip itineraries beginning and ending in Nashville, Tennessee.

Don’t live in Music City? Not a problem! Your Argent Representative will assist with booking your flight and travel accommodations, or coordinate pickups with your bus.

Crotched Mountain

Francestown, NH — Don’t let the smaller acreage fool you. Imagine 100 skiable acres packed with 25 trails with 100% lighting and snowmaking and near even terrain types split across all levels. Get stoked for some after-hours turns as late as midnight!

Hunter Mountain

Hunter, NY — Located in the northern Catskills with terrain spanning three separate mountain peaks, a 1,600ft vertical drop and 100% of its ground coverage from snow machines. There’s terrain for all levels, with dedicated beginner and family areas, plus expert-specific and intermediate trails.

Jack Frost & Big Boulder

Whitehaven, PA — Two mountains and 35 trail combined into one lift ticket! JFBB is nestled in the Pocono Mountains with a rich history as one of the past employees pioneered the perfect snowmaking machine.


Killington, VT — 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 seven miles away, visit Pico mountain’s gentle terrain for smooth riding.

Loon Mountain

Lincoln, NH — 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.

Mount Sunapee

Newbury, NH Mount Sunapee is a family-oriented ski resort and memory maker featuring slopes for all skill levels with an on-site learning park, 18 easier trails, 32 intermediate trails, four terrain parks, and 17 expert trails covering its 233 skiable acres.


Ludlow, VT — Where an “outdoor enthusiast’s dreams come true,” Okemo is home to some of the East’s best skiing and riding surfaces with 98% snow-making coverage. This resort offers a full-service Nordic Center, top-of-the-line parks and pipes, a ski and ride school, and a racing & competition program.

Stowe Mountain

Stowe, VT Surrounded by Vermont’s highest peaks, Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak, Stowe feels like an alpine village meeting a classic New England town with a maximum 3,525’ skiable elevation, a 2,360’ vertical drop, an average snowfall of 314 inches, 485 skiable acres and 116 trails, this historic town is the epitome of stunning Vermont views.


Stratton, VT — 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.


Carrabassett Valley, ME Sugarloaf not only offers the only above-treeline lift on the East Coast but also has 43.5 miles of Nordic Skiing, snowshoeing and snow bike trails, as well as a mountain top restaurant serviced by passenger snowcats. It is also recognized as the second-largest peak in Maine and the second largest ski destination in the eastern half of the country.

Sunday River

Newry, ME — 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.

Whitetail Mountain

Mercersburg, PA This modern feeling resort prides itself on 19 trails, a 935’ drop, six lifts, two terrain parks, and a half-pipe, oh my!

Windham Mountain

Windham, NY — 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.