Mystery Ski Adventure

Mystery Ski Adventure
February 6 - 10, 2015 (5 Days / 4 Nights)
Mystery Ski Adventure
Mountain Collective Powder Quest via Chartered Jet
What if you could embark on a journey following elusive
snowfall across multiple regions, skiing fresh powder daily?
This February, begin your powder quest in Aspen, Colorado to take on an
epic ski experience at some of the best resorts in North America. Kickoff
the weekend in a posh Aspen hotel Friday evening, enjoying fine food and
beverages. Spend two days experiencing unprecedented access to Aspen’s
pristine terrain. While you hit the steeps and deeps with a professional ski host,
we keep a close eye on the snow forecast.
At the end of your two exhilarating days, we transport you aboard a private jet
to the Mountain Collective resort with the best snow. Spend the following two
days skiing the resort with the best conditions available, challenging yourself in
new terrain with your ski host. Then as your mind and body revel in memories
of your four-day powder playground, we fly you back to Aspen in comfort and
Seamless Vacations. Private Flights. Iconic Destinations.
DATES February 6 - 10, 2015
5 Days / 4 Nights
• Unprecedented access to the slopes &
first chair
• Après-ski parties on the slopes & in-flight
• Chartered flights from private terminals
• Mountain Collective Season Pass, good
for the 2014-2015 season
• Expert guidance from surprise trip host
and professional skier
• Slope side luxury accommodations
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Mystery Ski Adventure
February 6 - 10, 2015 (5 Days / 4 Nights)
Mystery Ski Adventure Itinerary
Friday, February 6th
Monday, February 9th
Arrive in Aspen
4:30 PM
Hotel check-in
7:30 AM Fuel up with breakfast at the hotel
7:00 PM
Welcome kick-off party
8:30 AM Hit the slopes
4:00 PM
Après ski happy hour
Saturday, February 7th
Evening Choose from any of the
famed local restaurants
7:30 AM
Fuel up with breakfast at the hotel
Tuesday, February 10th
8:00 AM
Hit the slopes
7:30 AM Breakfast at the hotel & check-out
6:00 PM
Après-ski party
Choose from any of Aspen’s famed restaurants
Sunday, February 8th
7:30 AM
Fuel up with breakfast at the hotel
8:00 AM
8:30 AM
Hit the slopes
5:00 PM Wheels up for Aspen
5:30 PM Après ski cocktails & snacks served in-flight
Arrive in Aspen
Aspen to Denver Flight
Hit the slopes
5:00 PM Wheels up to your mystery destination
6:30 PM Après ski cocktails & snacks served in-flight
7:30 PM
Hotel check-in and welcome gathering
You, not Mother
Nature’s fickle whims,
are in control of
your quest for the
best snow in North
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Mystery Ski Adventure
February 6 - 10, 2015 (5 Days / 4 Nights)
Aspen Accommodations
The Limelight Hotel
With a fresh, contemporary design, The Limelight Hotel offers guests
easy access to the slopes, modern, spacious rooms, a lively après ski
scene and easy access to Aspen’s renowned dining and nightlife.
The Limelight is a modern luxury hotel and ski resort that provides
first tracks access to the slopes each day as well as an energizing daily
breakfast to fuel your epic ski adventure.
Exploring Aspen Snowmass
Skiers and riders will relish an
opportunity to explore the
5,300+ acres of uncrowded,
unspoiled Aspen Snowmass
terrain, relax in the world-class
spa and indulge in distinguished
dining and nightlife – it comes
as no surprise that Aspen is one
of the winter sports capitals of
the world. NextGreatTrip hosts
will be available at all times to
ensure your time in Aspen is one
for the ages.
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Mystery Ski Adventure
February 6 - 10, 2015 (5 Days / 4 Nights)
“Mystery” Accommodations
One of the options below will be your home away from home for the “mystery” half of the tour.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming - Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa
Named one of the top hotels in the U.S and
the #1 spa in Wyoming, guests of the Teton
Mountain Lodge & Spa will experience the
luxury and convenience only a slope side,
four-diamond resort can offer. Relax and warm your feet in front of the
magnificent stone fireplace or indulge in spa services after your epic day
on the slopes.
Alta/Snowbird, Utah - The Cliff Lodge & Spa
Snowbird’s flagship accommodations, The Cliff Lodge
& Spa offers slope side convenience, heated outdoor
pools and hot tubs, a world-class spa, a variety of dining
options and spectacular mountain views. Skiers can ski
over to Alta without leaving the mountain.
Mammoth Mountain, California - The Village Lodge
The Village Lodge offers first-class luxury and
amenities in a centralized location, giving guests
easy access to a multitude of restaurants, bars, live
music and shops. Enjoy a heated pool, five hot tubs,
three fitness centers and a media room. Access the
base of the ski mountain via a gondola or try the
new Ski Back Trail to head back to the Lodge at the end of the day.
Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows - Resort at Squaw Creek
Gracious hospitality and full-service amenities led
Conde Nast Traveler magazine to rank the Resort at
Squaw Creek among the top 50 ski hotels in North
America. Guests enjoy true ski-in, ski-out access to
Squaw Valley and a free 15-minute shuttle ride to
Alpine Meadows. When off the mountain, ice skate, peruse the shopping
promenade, dine in one of four distinct restaurants or indulge in spa
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Mystery Ski Adventure
February 6 - 10, 2015 (5 Days / 4 Nights)
The Details
Early Bird Pricing
$4,950 per person if booked on or before
October 15, 2014.
Regular Pricing after 10/15/2014:
$5,950 per person beginning October 16,
Prices based on double occupancy.
Single upgrades subject to availability and
additional fee.
First determine the number of spots you
will need for your group and reserve them
by joining the “Interest List” for $250 per
Each Mountain Collective guest will receive:
• Round trip charter flights between Aspen and mystery destination, with an
option to continue on to Denver (Centennial Airport)
• Mountain Collective Season Pass, good for the 2014-2015 season
• Four (4) nights of lodging - two in Aspen Snowmass, two in mystery ski town
• Entertainment and exclusive insight from trip host & professional skier
• Unprecedented access to the slopes - first chair each morning
• VIP party in Aspen on Friday night, February 6th
• Complimentary breakfast each morning
• Complimentary in-flight drinks and appetizers
• Ground transportation between the airport and hotel within each destination
Price does not include:
• Ski/snowboard gear & rentals
• Meals & beverages within Aspen and the mystery ski town
• Personal ground transportation within each city
NextGreatTrip is not a direct air carrier. All air services will be operated by a FAA part 135 or part 121
air carrier. This itinerary does not constitute an advertisement for a trip that is for sale, it is for market
research. Final details and pricing for the trip will be available upon Department of Transportation
Approval. When this trip becomes available for sale, all payments received by Next Great Place Inc.
DBA NextGreatTrip (“NGP”) for travel services such as this are protected in part by a Surety Trust
Agreement by and between First Niagara Bank (“Bank”) and NGP in favor of the U.S. Government.
Claims should be filed directly with NGP and Bank or if NGP is unavailable, with Bank. Attention:
Travel Industry Services Manager, within 60 days of completion of the trip. Otherwise, the Bank and
NGP shall be released from all liability to you. Further information on the conditions applicable to
the charter are available by requesting a copy of the operator / participant contract when it becomes
available. NextGreatTrip reserves the right at its sole discretion to chose mystery ski destination based
on ski conditions, aviation safety and operational factors, and lodging availability. Accommodations
listed above and itinerary are subject to change prior to final details and DOT approval.
In order for the Mystery Ski Adventure to
officially happen, we need 20 guests. The
remaining balance is due once the trip is
confirmed. *The “Interest List” does not
constitute air travel for sale, but is market
research for this trip. The trip will only
be offered for sale pending formal DOT
approval. As a member of the Interest
List, you’ll be guaranteed a spot when
it becomes available for sale pending
DOT approval. If we do not meet the 20
guest threshold by November 30th, 2014,
your Interest List payment will be fully
For terms and conditions about
Cancellations and Refunds, please request
a copy of the Operator/Participant
Trip cancellation insurance is available
through our partner, Travelex. We strongly
recommend this protection against
unforeseen circumstances. Contact us to
learn more.
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Mystery Ski Adventure
February 6 - 10, 2015 (5 Days / 4 Nights)
About NextGreatTrip
With major deterioration in the scope and quality of U.S. commercial
air service, there had to be a better way.
First introduced in 2013, NextGreatTrip is a Denver-based leisure travel
company that orchestrates premium package vacations and private group
travel services, all incorporating the convenience and efficiency of semi-private
charter flights.
What We Offer:
Freedom from today’s commercial air travel hassles
Hours saved in planning and traveling
Outstanding personalized service in iconic destinations
Simplified group travel, creating an efficient, flexible experience
Personal Travelers
Private Groups
Resort Partnerships
Our travel industry veterans
carefully craft unparalleled vacation
experiences for families, couples,
friends and groups of any size.
We thoroughly vet premium
accommodations and activities
in resort destinations. We do the
research and planning so our guests
can relax and indulge in a fullservice experience.
We offer full service group getaways
incorporating the convenience and
flexibility of chartered flights from
private airports. We can customize
a trip for gatherings of virtually any
size, including corporate meetings,
professional and charitable
organizations, milestone birthdays
and more.
We work with a curated group of
high-end resort partners to develop
custom-scheduled, semi-private
charter flight programs. Our solution
helps fill the flight capacity gap left
as commercial air carriers have
reduced their flight volume into
resort-centric airports throughout
North America.
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