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Alpine Adventures
  5300 NW 33rd Avenue, Suite 216
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
1 954 564 6722
 1 800 755 1330
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Let’s send our Heroes To The Hills – FREE packages for first responders

Nominate first responders for free Heroes To The Hills packages

Alpine Adventures is grateful to our Travel Industry partners who have agreed to help us recognize and honor our First Responder heroes who have sacrificed so much during this deadly pandemic. Every day we hear more stories of how these critical professionals isolate from their families so they can continue to serve, put their own lives on the line to help others, and suffer through the sorrow of the incredible number of souls lost to the Covid-19 virus. And though the Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality Industries have, understandably, been slowed to barely a crawl—we can give back to those who are doing so much for us as individuals.

If you know of doctors, nurses, firefighters, law enforcement officers, and first responders who could benefit from an escape to the mountains to rest and revive, please fill out the online form and return it to us.

All nominee information will remain with the travel agency and travel arrangements will flow through the agency as well. We will have free Heroes To The Hills packages to award to those nominees chosen. These packages will include:

– Free airfare for two
– 2-3 nights complimentary lodging in participating ski resorts like Limelight Lodges in Aspen, Snowmass, and Sun Valley, The Edgewood Lake Tahoe, and The Madeline Hotel, Telluride
– Complimentary lift tickets from participating ski resorts
– Free equipment rentals from our partners at Ski Butlers

Please click below to fill in the form and nominate doctors, nurses, firefighters, law enforcement officers, and first responders.