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  5300 NW 33rd Avenue, Suite 216
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
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Join Our Team as a Ski Travel Sales Specialist

This position is based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Alpine Adventures is excited to announce an opportunity for a passionate and dynamic Ski Travel Sales Specialist to join our team and help grow our company’s already-deep relationships with travel agencies and travel advisors in the USA and around the world

If you have a knack for sales in the travel industry and a love for mountain destinations, we want to hear from you!

  • Become familiar with our reservation system and sales office processes.
  • Monitor and respond to leads from Alpine Adventures preferred travel partners JMAK, Virtuoso, Travel Leaders, and Travel Savers.
  • Build custom travel itineraries to domestic and international ski and mountain destinations.
  • Work with luxury lodging suppliers to request rates and availability.
  • Participate in the management and maintenance of direct consumer, travel advisor, and travel agency databases.
  • Participate in familiarization trips to further your knowledge of destinations and properties.
  • Represent Alpine Adventures at various industry events, including SkiTOPS, and Mountain Travel Symposium.
  • Regularly communicate with key travel agency partners to learn their needs and discover opportunities.
  • Communicate promotions, updates, and other marketing information to direct consumers and travel agencies.
  • Participate with marketing team efforts to develop promotional offers, incentives, and programs for direct consumers and travel consortia, agencies, and advisors.
  • Additional responsibilities as requested.


  • Sales experience in the travel and or hospitality industry.
  • Knowledge of basic computer skills, email, web search, and spreadsheets.
  • Familiarity with domestic and international ski resorts is a plus.
  • Relationships with and/or knowledge of luxury mountain suppliers are a plus.
  • Ability to maintain attention to detail—so critical when planning travel.
  • Competent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to constructively problem-solve.
  • Ability to follow up and meet deadlines.
  • Must be self-motivated and self-assured.
  • Goal-oriented with the ability to achieve established sales goals.
  • Willingness to develop good customer service skills.
  • Ability to travel as needed.

Qualified candidates should email a cover letter and resume to

It is a redesigned world of travel. The internationally recognized winter and summer mountain adventure company, Alpine Adventures, has openings to add new members to our global family of travel consultants.
Alpine Adventures is a multi-cultural and multi-lingual enterprise that specializes in ski vacations but also offers customized trips to Africa, guided international city tours in Southeast Asia and Europe, white water rafting in Costa Rica, and summer skiing or winter wine country tours in South America. You must love to travel to work at Alpine Adventures. If exploring the world of ski and beyond is in your DNA, then Alpine Adventures should be your next career move.
Our company is still owned by the original founders, Rick Reichsfeld and Richelle Reichsfeld Blanken, and has been in the travel business for 28 years. We enjoy and support each other as travel consultants whether it is answering phones during travel season or finding adventures together after a session of company training on a beach somewhere. We are looking for the right fit in skills, in experience, in attitude, and in love of travel.
Our wish list for new agents includes:

  • Someone who is energetic and is willing to commit (this is a solid career)
  • Experience in travel sales is great, in other types of sales is a plus
  • Are you good with computer programs and can you learn new ones easily?
  • Do you enjoy providing efficient responses to phone calls, emails, or chat inquiries?
  • Can you build and service that perfect and memorable vacation for a variety of customers and destinations?
  • Do you value meaningful and long-term relationships with your customers and with company partners?
  • Can you tactfully listen to and mediate customer service issues? (Important!)
  • Are you organized and goal-and-success oriented?
  • Do you believe that you communicate well, both verbally and in writing?

These are some of our key standards for new team members. Alpine offers complete training and support for our reservation system, guidelines for our sales and follow-up protocol, our CRS, and our company mission.
Please respond to if this opportunity can be a Win/Win for you and for Alpine Adventures. It is a company job with a family to welcome you.

The Best Time To Plan A Ski Trip

The Best Time To Plan A Ski Trip

By Lisa Medeiros

The week between Christmas and New Year’s is always the busiest time of the year to ski, regardless of which mountain you choose. It’s certainly a great way to enjoy the holiday season, but you’ll need to plan ahead. You should book your ski vacation a year in advance to secure the best accommodations and rates for this time of year, especially if you are planning to fly to your destination. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend in January and Presidents’ Day weekend in February are also popular ski travel times. It’s best to secure your travel arrangements by late summer, especially if booking at the larger resorts.

If your travel plans fall outside the holiday windows, the best time to book your ski trip is in September or October. “Keep in mind [flights] into small regional airports like Aspen and Vail sell out quickly on Saturday and Sunday,” advised Richelle Blanken, owner and vice president of Alpine Adventures, a global travel agency specializing in ski and winter getaways. “Book early or consider midweek arrivals or larger airports like Denver or Salt Lake City.”

Booking early isn’t only a good idea for lodging and airfare. Reserving your ski rentals in advance ensures the rental company will have the equipment you need in stock and will make your arrival hassle-free. For those skiing with kids, be sure to reserve their spot in daycare or ski school prior to your arrival as space is limited and can book up quickly, especially during prime ski travel times.

Although planning in advance is generally the wise thing to do, booking late does have its advantages. Travelers interested in hitting the slopes towards the end of the season, when the sun is bright and the temperatures are mild, should wait to book until February to take advantage of bluebird rates. Not only can springtime skiers score late-season deals and maybe even a few added perks, but booking late provides the luxury of gauging weather patterns and maybe even benefiting from an end-of-season snowstorm.