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Ski Italy and visit venice

Ski Group Trips

Ski Italy and visit venice

Alpine Adventures group trip to the Dolomites, ski the Sellaronda with post-trip to Venice.

TRAVEL DATES: March 8 – 18, 2025

  • March 8 – 15, 2025 – Dolomites
  • 15 – 18, 202 – Venice


  • $1,990 per person based on double occupancy
  • Sign-up deadline: April 15, 2024



  • Taxes and fees
  • 7 nights lodging Family-owned and operated hotel in Canazei, in the beautiful valley of Val di Fassa
  • Breakfast and dinner daily
  • Walking distance to ski lift
  • Return group transfer to Venice


  • Taxes and fees
  • 4-star hotel in Venice
  • Breakfast daily
  • City tour
  • Water taxis to the airport


  • Airfare
  • In/Out airport transfers
  • Lift tickets
  • Ski rentals
  • All these services can be arranged through Alpine Adventures

Max put together this amazing package for your ski safari in Italy!

Direct line: 954.564.6722 ext 210
Toll-free: 800 755 1330 ext 210

Embark on the ultimate winter escape with our exclusive group trip that seamlessly blends the thrill of 7 days skiing in the breathtaking Dolomites with the cultural splendor of a 3-day visit to the enchanting city of Venice.

Ski the Dolomites:
Spend an exhilarating week exploring the world-renowned Dolomiti Superski region. Traverse the snowy peaks, discover the charming alpine villages, and conquer the renowned Sellaronda ski route. With endless slopes catering to all skill levels, our ski adventure promises an unforgettable blend of adrenaline and awe-inspiring scenery.

Venetian Delights:
After conquering the slopes, we transition to the magical city of Venice for a 3-day cultural extravaganza. Immerse yourself in the romantic ambiance of the winding canals, iconic gondolas, and historic architecture. Wander through St. Mark’s Square, explore the Doge’s Palace, and savor authentic Venetian cuisine.

Skiing in the Dolomites offers a plethora of highlights:

  • Spectacular Scenery: Experience skiing against the backdrop of the stunning Dolomite mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its unique and captivating landscapes.
  • Extensive Ski Area: Enjoy access to one of the largest and most diverse ski areas in the world, with interconnected slopes and trails catering to all skill levels.
  • Varied Terrain: Encounter a mix of terrains, from gentle slopes suitable for beginners to challenging descents for advanced skiers, ensuring an exciting experience for every skill level.
  • Modern Facilities: Benefit from well-maintained and modern ski facilities, including lifts, gondolas, and equipment rental services, enhancing the overall skiing experience.
  • Quaint Alpine Villages: Ski through charming alpine villages nestled in the Dolomites, offering a unique blend of tradition, culture, and hospitality.
  • Gourmet Dining: Indulge in the region’s culinary delights at mountain huts and restaurants, combining the joy of skiing with exquisite local cuisine.
  • Apres-Ski Atmosphere: Experience a vibrant apres-ski scene with lively bars, cafes, and entertainment options to unwind and socialize after a day on the slopes.
  • Snow Reliability: Benefit from consistent snow conditions, thanks to the Dolomites’ high-altitude location, ensuring a reliable and enjoyable skiing season.
  • Cultural Heritage: Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the Dolomites, appreciating the unique blend of Italian and Ladin influences in the region.

Enchanting Venice:

  • Luxurious Accommodation: Enjoy a comfortable and upscale stay at a 4-star hotel, providing a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere.
  • Gourmet Breakfast: Start each day with a delicious breakfast served at the hotel, ensuring a delightful beginning to your exploration of Venice.
  • Cultural Exploration: Immerse yourself in the unique culture of Venice, with the hotel serving as a convenient base for exploring the city’s historic sites, museums, and charming streets.
  • Venetian Cuisine: Explore the local culinary scene and nearby restaurants to savor authentic Venetian dishes, contributing to a memorable gastronomic experience.
  • Scenic Views: Enjoy the enchanting views of Venice, whether from your hotel room or nearby viewpoints, providing a picturesque backdrop to your stay.
  • Unique Venetian Experience: Embrace the distinctive atmosphere of Venice, known for its canals, historic architecture, and romantic ambiance, creating a truly unique travel experience.


The countryside on both banks of the Moselle is splendid, the wines are delicious, and the picturesque little towns have rich histories. The conditions for cycling are excellent indeed. You follow the river Moselle, partly in Germany, partly in France, and partly in Luxembourg, along the endless vineyards and the enchanting old cities like Cochem and Bernkastel. Then, of course, there is Trier, once an imperial Roman city. You will see the remnants of this glorious past in Germany’s oldest cathedral, amphitheater, the emperor’s throne hall, and famous “black gate,” the remains of the ancient city wall. After Trier, you will bike along the river Saar to visit charming Saarburg, with the stunning waterfalls in the city center. Then onto tiny Luxembourg, the only Grand Duchy in Europe. On the last day, you cycle in France with her welcoming villages, where the inhabitants are proud of their sweet, smooth wines and golden “Mirabellen” liqueur. The tour ends in the city of Metz, with its splendid Gothic cathedral.

TRAVEL DATES: February 2 – 13, 2024

In addition to all the amazing scenery, this trip includes

  • (7) night/8 day cruise from Cochem Germany to Metz France
  • PRIVATE DELUXE CHARTER on MAGNIFIQUE III including Welcome reception with welcome drink
  • 7 Breakfasts, 6 Dinners (3-course)
  • Daily packed Lunches during the cruise
  • Daily afternoon coffee and tea
  • Daily briefings, Fully guided cycling tours (2 tour leaders, 2 groups)
  • Some short walking tours
  • Fees for ferries, Entrance Museum
  • Remagen, Entrance Burg Eltz
  • Winetasting at a local winery
  • GPS tracks, Use of a helmet, Use of a waterproof pannier bag ∙ Biodegradable water bottle
  • Use of bed linen and towels, Daily cleaning of the cabin, Climate controlled cabin, Wi-Fi on board
  • All Local Taxes
  • E-bike rental/helmet included, Standard bike optional ($180 less)
  • (1) nights in Cochem 4-star hotel w/breakfast
  • (2) nights in Paris 4-star hotel w/breakfast
  • Gratuities, alcoholic beverages & insurance not included
  • Price based on the currency of 1.12 US Dollars to the Euro. All prices are subject to change.


  • LAND AND CRUISE $4,458

Facts about the ship

Length: 67 m, Width: 7.2 m, Crew: 5, Cabins: 21, Passengers: 40 max

The Magnifique III meets the highest standards for comfort for bike and barge tours. The vessel sails under the Dutch flag and management on several tours in The Netherlands and Belgium.

The upper deck has a large, tastefully furnished salon with a restaurant area, a nice bar a lounge area with cozy sitting corners, a wide-screen TV, and large panoramic windows. There are also two TV screens showing the real-time movement and position of the barge. Wi-Fi is available. Large glass doors open to the beautiful partially roofed teak wood sundeck with chairs and tables on the aft deck. There is a cycle deck for bikes on the front deck. On the top deck, the barge has a whirlpool/Jacuzzi and some deckchairs to relax and enjoy the scenery while cruising.

The lower deck has fourteen beautiful twin cabins (12 m² – 129 sq.ft.) with two separate single beds. In most cabins and all suites, on prior request, the beds can be set together as a double bed.

All cabins have en-suite facilities with a shower, toilet, and basin. The cabins on the lower deck have portholes (fixed for safety reasons). The air conditioning in all cabins can be individually regulated. Furthermore, in each cabin, you will find a flat-screen satellite TV, a mini safe, and a hair dryer.

The upper deck has a large, tastefully furnished salon with a restaurant area, a nice bar a lounge area with cozy sitting corners, a wide-screen TV, and large panoramic windows. There are also two TV screens showing the real-time movement and position of the barge. Wi-Fi is available. Large glass doors open to the beautiful partially roofed teak wood sundeck with chairs and tables on the aft deck. There is a cycle deck for bikes on the front deck. On the top deck, the barge has a whirlpool/Jacuzzi and some deckchairs to relax and enjoy the scenery while cruising.


Day 1: Cochem, Germany

On the day of our arrival, we’ll spend the night at a hotel in Cochem, before boarding the ship the next day.

Day 2: Cochem

Embarkation and check-in is at 2 p.m. in Cochem. After a welcome meeting with the crew, the tour leader will take you for a walk through this cozy and characteristic Moselle town, with steep wine-clad mountains, wooded hills, an impressive castle, and a picturesque square with beautiful timber-framed houses and cafes. A visit to Cochem’s majestic Reichsburg Castle is on the program.

Day 3: Cochem – Zell (39 km/24 mi.)

Following breakfast, you’ll cycle to Beilstein, one of the best-preserved historical villages on the Moselle. The ruins of Castle Metternich sit towering above the village, and you’ll have the opportunity to explore them. After leaving Beilstein you’ll pass Europe’s steepest vineyard – with slopes inclining up to 60 degrees – at Bremmer Calmont. Today’s tour ends in the wine village of Zell on the Moselle, well known in the industry for the wine Zeller Schwarze Katz. In Zell, we recommend taking the opportunity to get to know the good wines of the Moselle Valley.

Day 4: Zell on the Moselle – Bernkastel-Kues (45 km/27 mi.)

Today you’ll cycle from Zell to the romantic village of Traben-Trarbach, located on the Moselle’s left bank and famous for its Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) architecture. From there you pass through the wine city of Kröv – well-known for its popular Kröver wine – to Bernkastel-Kues, your destination for the night. The grand half-timbered houses that surround Bernkastel-Kues’s marketplace date back to the Middle Ages, and are a photographer’s delight. You’ll reach the barge in Kues after a tour through town.

Day 5: Bernkastel-Kues – Neumagen – Schweich (28 km/18 mi. or 54 km/34 mi.) | Schweich – Trier

From Bernkastel, the valley opens up and vineyards expand as far as the eye can see. Today we cruise past the heavy-hitters in the wine world: Brauneberg, Piesport, Trittenheim. Piesport is beloved by the Brits for the “little golden droplets.” Trittenheim lies in a sharp hairpin turn on the river surrounded by mountains coated with grapes. Around lunchtime, you will arrive in Neumagen, already in Roman times an important center of wine production. You can decide to join the barge from here or continue by bicycle to Schweich, where again the barge will be waiting for you. Once on board you will cruise to Trier, the oldest city in Germany. Trier was founded around 15 before Christ by Caesar Augustus under the name of Augusta Treverorum. As a trading town and administrative center, Trier flourished during the late imperial age. This Roman golden age has left us with a respectable number of monuments. Most authentic is the city gate Porta Nigra, which was built around 18 after Christ.

Day 6: Trier – Saarburg (28 km/18 mi.)

In the morning your tour leader will take you into Trier and walk you around in Roman history. There is also time to discover and enjoy Trier on your own.
After lunch, you will hop on your bicycles and follow the Mosel and Saar river to our next destination, Saarburg. Saarburg is an interesting old town situated in the most beautiful part of the Saar valley. Here the banks of the river are densely forested. The castle of Saarburg was built here in the middle of the 10th century. In the middle of town, you come across a waterfall 20 meters high. At the foot of this waterfall, there is an old mill, which is driven by the small river. In this part of town most of the old houses from the 17th and 18th century, which give Saarburg such a picturesque look, are still intact. Today there is no dinner on board. You can select one of the local restaurants in Saarburg.

Day 7: Saarburg – Remich (45 km/27 mi. or 53 km/32 mi.)

Today there are 2 cycling options. One is easy, but a bit longer along the rivers. The shorter option is a bit more challenging, through the hills. Whatever your choice is, the cycling will lead you into the Grand Duchy Luxembourg. Here the Moselle forms the border between Germany and Luxembourg. Luxembourg is a small country, but its capital (also called Luxembourg) is an important finance center and EU administrative city. On the way, at the Luxembourg side, we visit a wine cooperative, specializing in the so-called “Cremant”, say the Champagne of the
Moselle. Close to Remich you can admire a Roman mosaic floor. The tile floor which lies in its original place, was once the centerpiece in a palatial Roman villa. The scene (in 3 million individual tile pieces) reveals scenes from gladiator games in the amphitheater.

Day 8: Remich – Schengen | Schengen – Thionville (30 km/18 mi.) | Thionville – Metz

While having breakfast you will cruise to Schengen, where your cycling tour will start. The “Schengen agreement” is something everybody in Europe has heard of, whereas almost nobody knows that it is named after this little town in Luxembourg at the 3-country border. Soon we will cross the Luxembourg-French border and experience the outcome of this agreement: no border controls. We pass the fortress of Sierck-les-Bains, one of the palaces inhabited by the powerful Dukes of Lorraine. The route is lovely through the French countryside and friendly villages. Around lunchtime you will arrive in Thionville, the center of the steel industry until the 1980s. That might sound modern and industrial, but the city is ancient. The historic center shows us the medieval ramparts, lovely gardens, old streets, and St.Maximin Basilica. Here the ship is waiting to pick you up to cruise to Metz, another ancient city strategically situated on a Roman trading route. St.Etienne Cathedral is the 3rd largest Gothic church in France with flying buttresses and Marc Chagall stained glass windows. Metz is full of stunning architecture, flowers, and great cafes.

Day 9: Metz

End of tour. Disembarkation after breakfast, at around 9:30 a.m.

Day 9-11: Paris

After leaving the boat we’ll transfer via bus to Paris (approx 3.5 hours), where we’ll spend two nights in the Hotel Mercure Paris Alesia before flying back to the US.

Kevin Grossman, a world traveler put together this amazing package for your next vacation in Europe!

Call (+1) 407-468-9095

Grindelwald / Wengen and Lucerne, Switzerland

TRAVEL DATES: February 2 – 13, 2024


  • Private round-trip transfers from the airport to/from hotels
  • 7 nights lodging at 4-STAR Hotel Kreuz & Post Grindelwald (Family run)
  • The Hotel Kreuz & Post has a rooftop terrace and Sky Deck with a view of the Eiger. The Wellness Spa includes: a Finnish Sauna, Salt Sauna, Steam Bath, Infrared Cabin, Foot Pool Experience, Rest area with Cocoon relaxation loungers
  • Daily buffet breakfast and Multi-Course gourmet dinners
  • Welcome Drink Reception
  • 3 nights lodging with breakfast at 4-star Hotel in Lucerne
  • All local city and air taxes/fees


  • Land-only package.
  • Optional discounted round trip air available from your origination airport.
  • Package per person double occupancy: Double/Twin Room $2,695
  • Package per person Single occupancy: $3,395


  • 5-day Adult ski pass 297 CHF, Senior (62+) 268 CHF (2023 pricing)
  • Individual trip excursions to Jungfrau – Top of Europe, Interlaken, and beyond by train
  • City tour of Lucerne and/or boat tour
  • Trip Insurance (with Cancel-For-Any-Reason rider)

Kevin Grossman, a world traveler put together this amazing package for your next vacation in Europe!

Call (+1) 407-468-9095

Grindelwald, Switzerland

The famous mountain village of Grindelwald is embedded in a unique Alpine landscape at the foot of the Eiger north face. It is the diversity of the glacier village that makes it so attractive.
Grindelwald’s main ski regions, First, Kleine Scheidegg — Männlichen, and Murren — Schilthorn, are accessible by the Swiss Mountain railways. Skiers can enjoy more than 210 km of groomed slopes at any one of these resorts. A total of 30 ski lifts allows skiers to ski at altitudes of up to 2,500 m/8,202 ft. Grindelwald offers unique skiing experiences especially that of the Lauberhorn slope which was popularized by the World Cup ski circus. Over the mountains between Grindelwald, Wengen & Lauberhorn, and there’s no stopping winter sports enthusiasts.
THE MOST MODERN TERMINAL IN THE ALPS – The brand-new state-of-the-art terminal (Grindelwald Terminal), with direct railway connection in Grindelwald, is the heart of the V-Cableway. The tri-cable gondola Eiger Express to the Eiger Glacier and the 10-person aerial gondola to Männlichen start here. The terminal also offers a shopping centre with top international brands, quality Swiss products and a sports shop. The Eiger Express, which transports you from Grindelwald Terminal to the station Eigergletscher in 15 minutes, guarantees a spectacular gondola ride complete with stunning views of the north face of the Eiger. Once at the destination, the Panoramahalle delivers incredible views of the mountain landscape of the Bernese Oberland.
Even the journey to Eigergletscher on the ultra-modern tri-cable aerial cableway is memorable. Savor the outlook from one of 44 cabins (each seating 26) and marvel at the mighty north face of the Eiger from close quarters. A train now runs directly from Interlaken Ost to Grindelwald terminal, base station for the Eiger Express cableway. This one simple change cuts the journey time to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe (and the ski slopes) by 47 minutes, giving you more time to explore this spectacular world of mountains.
The Jungfrau experience includes traveling to Europe’s highest railway station at an altitude of 2,061 m/6,762 ft called Kleine Scheidegg. From there you take the cogwheel train to the summit of the Jungfrau at 3,454 m/11,332 ft from where you will have spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and on a clear day can see into Germany and France. And looking west you will see the largest Glacier of Europe, the Aletsch Glacier. As one of the Bernese Oberland’s ultimate excursions, the Jungfraujoch is truly an unforgettable experience for visitors.
Finally, your hotel cannot be any closer to the Grindelwald Train Station. You will have direct access to the Swiss Rail system for convenient day trip excursions to Interlaken, Lauberhorn and beyond!

Lucerne, Switzerland

Lucerne, the gateway to central Switzerland, sited on Lake Lucerne, is embedded within an impressive mountainous panorama. Thanks to its attractions, its attractive shopping and the beautiful lakeside setting, the town is a destination for many travel groups and individuals on their journey through central Switzerland. Complete with gable paintings, the covered, medieval Chapel Bridge forms the centerpiece of Lucerne’s townscape and is considered to be one of the oldest, covered wooden bridges in Europe. A further landmark of the town is the Museggmauer, a wall which, with the exception only of one of its towers, has been preserved in its original, well-fortified state.
Historic houses decorated with frescoes line the picturesque town squares as they do the ‘Weinmarkt’ square in the car-free old town. Lucerne is a city of town squares and churches. The Jesuit church dating from the 17th century is regarded as Switzerland’s first sacral Baroque building and the twin towers of the Hofkirche form an integral part of the townscape. The figure of a dying lion which was hewn from the face of rock in remembrance of the heroic death of Swiss guards killed during an attack on the Tuileries in 1792 is one of the best-known monuments in Switzerland. And with its 112-metre-long Bourbaki panorama, Lucerne possesses one of the world’s few maintained, mammoth circular paintings.

Hotel Kreuz & Post

The 4⭐ Hotel Kreuz & Post, rich in tradition is located in the center of Grindelwald, the Bernese Oberland. Just a few steps from the train station, bus, gondolas, & lifts. Since many years our Hotel Kreuz & Post has been an institution in Grindelwald, enchanting gourmets, hedonists, nature lovers, alpinists and sports lovers from all over the world.
The exceptional location in the heart of the village Grindelwald, next to the famous railway station for the Jungfraujoch and besides beautiful shops, as well the long tradition, the Alpine charm, the genuine hospitality of your Hosts Martin and Helena and the first-class service are only a few of the many highlights which will make your stay with us unforgettable.

Mammoth Mountain, CA Group ski trip 2024

TRAVEL DATES: January 26 – February 2, 2024


  • 2 BR/2 BA King or Twin/Twin – $1,745 per person double occupancy
  • 1 BR King – $1,995 per person
  • Single supplement on 2 BR (+)$995
  • 5 of 7 Day Adult $446
  • 5 of 7 Day Senior $367*
    *Adult tickets are applicable for ages 23 – 64; Senior tickets are applicable for ages 65 – 79. Seniors ages 80 and over ski for free.
  • Optional 10% Discount on IKON pass (discount applied to trip package)
  • Ask us to quote with round trip air.


  • Juniper Springs Resort at Mammoth Mountain – 7 nights
  • Ski in / Ski out
  • 1 BR/1 BA & 2 BR/2 BA fully equipped, spacious, slope side condos
  • Kitchen with refrigerator, oven stovetop, microwave. Living room with gas fireplace adjacent dining area, balcony. Fully furnished and equipped.
  • 3 hot tubs, heated swimming pool, ski storage lockers
  • Private Transfers
  • All Taxes
  • Porterage (round trip)
  • Welcome Reception, day after arrival – Breakfast Burritos and Coffee
  • Complimentary group mountain tour
  • TRIP BONUS!!! $100 Resort Credit to each registered guest, food-cocktails-gear-etc.

Lee Grossman, a world traveler put together this amazing package for your next vacation in Europe!

Call 954-564-6722 Ext 3212

Juniper Springs Resort

Juniper Springs Resort is Mammoth’s premier slope-side condominium hotel. Offering spacious condos and townhouses with kitchens, private balconies, and gas fireplaces, this resort delivers all the comforts of home in a family-friendly resort environment. Nestled at the base of Mammoth Mountain, Juniper Springs Resort also offers convenient ski-in, and ski-out access to the slopes, ski school, and all the amenities of Eagle Lodge. In the summertime, you’ll enjoy easy access to hiking and biking, plus the majestic Sierra Star Golf Course nearby.

Mammoth Mountain, CA

Mammoth Mountain is California’s highest four-season resort and playground with a summit at 11,053 feet above sea level. With 300 days of sunshine annually, the Eastern Sierra offers infinite recreation and scenic beauty all year long. Our legendary environment provides a perfect playground, enabling Mammoth to truly claim the title of Southern California’s mountain home.

Get the official Mammoth snow and conditions report including weather, roads, storm tracker, trails and lifts status, and more. Check out live views from Mammoth Mountain’s seven cameras located around the resort.

Skiing & Snowboarding
Long season and incredible conditions will keep you carving fresh powder from the first snowfall to the late spring….and sometimes deep into summer. With an elevation of a staggering 11,053 feet and an expansive 3,500 acres of skiable terrain, we boast some of the most best conditions you’ll find anywhere.

Scenic Gondola Rides
Take an aerial ride up Mammoth Mountain on the Panorama Gondola to explore all the fun at 11,053 ft. At the top, snap a selfie at the summit sign, enjoy lunch with panoramic views at the Eleven53 Café, and discover the history and wonder of the Sierra at the interpretive center. Up to 2 kids (ages 12 and under) ride free with each paying adult. Free tickets can be obtained at any ticket window.

Tamarack Cross-Country Ski Center
Kick your winter up a notch and get in great shape this season. Explore the Mammoth Lakes Basin on cross-country skis or snowshoes for some scenic family adventures or butt-kicking fun across 19+ miles (30+ kilometers) of secluded, groomed world-class trails. Rentals, lessons, guided tours and season passes are available from the Tamarack Cross-Country Ski Center, located at Tamarack Lodge.
Explore all the miles of groomed cross-country and snowshoe trails, plus the free Public Access Trail that runs along Lake Mary Road. Be sure to check the trail status and conditions before heading out on your adventure.

Snowmobile Adventures
Get off the beaten path and take in the scenic sights on a snowmobile adventure through the High Sierra. Mellow cruisers and hard chargers alike will find big fun exploring over 100 miles of tree-lined trails and massive meadows on a guided excursion.
Families, first-timers, and those that like to explore are all welcome to participate. Our guides know the region better than anyone, and can show you Mammoth in a whole new way. Follow them to take in the exceptional views, wide-open meadows, geological points of interest and secret stashes of powder.

Woolly’s Tube Park
Find more massive fun at the revamped Woolly’s Tube Park. Catch a ride to the top on the brand-new Magic Carpet, then mob down even longer lanes in a high-speed snow tube. More lanes mean less wait times, so you can squeeze in laps as fast as you dare. There’s fun for all ages with a viewing area, large snow play area, and a snack bar offering hot cocoa and adult beverages.
Tickets for the tube park come with all-day access to the snow play area. Extend your fun by upgrading your ticket to include a Scenic Gondola Ride.

Snowcat Tours
Enjoy the heated comfort of a luxury snowcat tour up to one of Mammoth’s most scenic spots where you can take in the spectacular views of Mammoth Mountain, the Minarets, Ritter Range and beyond. At the vista, toast to the landscape and enjoy a spread of delicious eats. Each snowcat holds up to 12 people.

Uphill Access
Skip the lift and get your lungs burning. We offer 3 uphill routes that are easily accessible from each of our base lodges. Be sure to be in the know of all uphill access rules and safety information, as well as weather and conditions reports before you start ascending.

Mountain Area Tours
Get the inside scoop on what sections of the mountain are best during different snow conditions, as well as where to find specific services on this free ski and snowboard tour led by a Mammoth Mountain Host. Offered out of both Main and Canyon Lodges. For Main Lodge, depart from the large trail map sign at the bottom of Broadway. For Canyon Lodge, tours depart from the large trail map sign outside the third-floor ticket office.

Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra (DSES) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing year-round adaptive outdoor recreation for people with disabilities throughout the Eastern Sierra. They offer skilled guides and instruction to support guests in a variety of activities, including ski and snowboard lessons, mountain biking, road cycling, hiking, and Adventure Center activities.

St. Anton – Lech – Zürs

One of the largest combined ski areas in the world and known for its exciting nightlife!

TRAVEL DATES: January 26 – February 3, 2024


  • Classic: $2,495 per person double occupancy
  • Superior: $2,695 per person double occupancy
  • Single: $3,095
  • Based on Currency of 1.10 USD to 1 EURO
  • Ask us for a quote with round trip air


  • Optional St Anton/Arlberg Adult ski pass 5-day 308 Euro, Senior 64+ 266 Euro, Super Senior 156Euro (estimated)
  • Optional Trip Insurance


  • Private Round-trip Transfers from Zurich airport to St. Anton
  • St. Anton is a very lively town!
  • 7 nights lodging 4-Star Hotel Arlberg
  • Welcome drink reception
  • Daily Rich breakfast buffet
  • 4-Course Gourmet Dinner with range of options & Cheese Buffet
  • Spa Wellness Area including Indoor pool, Finnish sauna, steam bath, samarium and whirlpool
  • Just a few minutes’ walk to lift
  • All Taxes

Kevin Grossman, a world traveler put together this amazing package for your next vacation in Europe!

Call (+1) 407-468-9095

St. Anton

The charming ski resort is considered to be the epicenter of winter sports by many.
Excellent snow conditions and state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts have passionate skiers from around the globe visit the Arlberg every winter. They all enjoy the comfort of taking the Galzigbahn cable car directly from the village up into the heart of the ski resort – and then the Vallugabahn cable car to the peak of the same name at 2,811 meres. After all, you can take the longest slope in the ski resort – nine kilometres and 1,350 meters of elevation loss – right from the Valluga ridge down to St. Anton (via Ulmerhütte).
St. Anton is part of the Arlberg area of five ski resorts. The Arlberg is considered to be a legend. Why? The answers lie in the history of this extensive ski region. It is full of historical milestones and outstanding personalities. Enjoy 190 miles of ski runs, Austria’s largest interlinked ski area, fifth in the global rankings, combined with almost 125 miles of backcountry terrain. A formidable choice for skiers, and one that has acquired a worldwide following over the decades. Especially in avant-garde ski circles, the Arlberg is considered to be a “once in a lifetime destination”.

Hotel Alberg (4-star)

The hotel offers:

  • Comfortable rooms
  • Wellness area with indoor pool
  • Restaurant for the guests
  • Wine cellar
  • Hotel hall and bar lounge
  • Parking spaces
  • Après Ski
  • Hut entertainment
  • Night life

Location: village Centre

  • Just a few minutes walk to the ski lifts
  • One of the most famous ski resorts and the largest one in Austria
  • Rail station in St. Anton