If you’ve been watching the news for the last several days you’ll recognize the photo on the right. Boston has received several feet of snow and much more is on the way!
January through March 2015 has brought a large helping of snow for many areas in the Northeast, Midwest, and the West. The bad news? Thousands are still without power due to downed power lines, roads are still blocked, and more snow is on the way.
The ski slopes will have a heavy depth of snow to close out the ski season with. For some, too much snow has cut them off from the rest of the world.
Ski slopes and resorts are still open in Vermont, New York, California, Nevada, New Hampshire, all across Colorado, Utah, Pennsylvania, Ohio and many others. My favorite find of the year is the growing collection of interactive ski maps in the US and Europe. My favorites include Lake Tahoe, Snow-Forecast.com (a collection of over 2,500 interactive ski maps), Sugarbush, Vail, France Ski Resorts, Whistler Blackcomb, Ski Vacations in Austria, the Washington Post, plus many many others.
In all these areas many affordable timeshares are available for rent or sale. Why a Timeshare? The cost savings and the size of the units. Timeshare resorts have all the terrific amenities that any other ski resort would have. Plus you will get full bedrooms, full kitchen, and laundry facilities. The cost will also be as much as 50% or more off the retail rack rate. You will save a bundle on your next ski vacation if you stay in a timeshare.