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West Virginia Ski Resorts ~ Winterplace, Snowshoe, Canaan Valley Nexstep Travel Group Rates

Looking to take your youth group skiing in West Virginia? ….Winterplace, Snowshoe & Canaan Valley….. Look no further! Nexstep Travel offers the best group rates and discounts along with our expert travel services. We’ll find the perfect group package to meet your dates, drive time and budget.

It’s never been so easy to compare group rates ( lodging, lifts, rentals, tubing, meals, meeting space, transportation).

With one call , you’ll have instant access to hundreds of options. ( looking for NC, VA, MD, IN & CO?)( we do that too! ) Contact Nexstep today for a fast free no hassle quote.


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Ski Season is just around the corner. Time to book your 2019-2020 winter retreat! Winterplace, Snowshoe, Beech, Cataloochee & more!

With Ski Season just 6 months away, now is a great time to start looking at sample package options for your 2019-2020 youth group ski retreat. It’s never been SO easy and AFFORDABLE!

Nexstep Travels offers group rates and hundreds of options to 14 ski resorts in the US. We take care of ALL the details ( lodging, lift tickets, rentals, meeting space, tubing, meals, transportation and more! ) while offering expert advice and outstanding service. Working with over 300 youth groups each year, we know just what it takes to make sure your next retreat is your best retreat. Contact us today for a fast ~ free ~ no hassle quote. Compare rates to Winterplace, Snowshoe, Canaan Valley, Timberline, Massanutten, Wintergreen, Beech Mountain, Cataloochee, Wolf Ridge, Wisp, Keystone, Winter Park, Sunlight, Paoli Peaks & Perfect North WV, NC, IN, VA, MD & CO. Get a quote today and save! 800.275.2095

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Youth Group Ski Trip. Group Sales. Best Group Friendly Resorts. Group Rates/Discounts Lodging, Lifts, Rentals, Tubing & more

Looking to take your youth group skiing this winter?  Look no further!   Nexstep Travel offers great deals and packages for groups of 15 to 1500!   We know just what you'll need and we take care of all the details.   If you're a beginner group or experienced,  we can help guide you and find the perfect ski trip for your group.    We work with 15 ski resorts in WV, NC, VA, PA, MD, IN & CO.   We offer the best rates and service in the industry!   Contact us today and see just how easy and affordable Nexstep can make your next trip.     Call 800.275.2095 or get an online quote at     Winterplace, Snowshoe, Timberline, Canaan Valley,  Massanutten, Wintergreen,  Wisp, Beech Mountain, Wolf Ridge, Cataloochee,  Ski Whitetail,  Keystone, Perfect North.   ONE CALL.  ONE LESS TASK.  ONE HAPPY LEADER! 

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The Ski Resorts are off to a great start! It's cold & snowing #goodcombo SKi The East w/ Nexstep Travel

  The 2017-2018 ski season is off to a great start!  Snow is falling and the cold temps are ideal for snow making.   Our resorts are all giving us the thumbs and ready for groups to arrive. 

 We know there are still a few groups that have yet to book, so please give us a call to find out just how easy and affordable your next trip can be.       "Close and Affordable"?   How about $97 per person? ( Wolf Ridge/Asheville NC /  2 nights / 1 day ski )    #cantbeatthat   

 Nexstep..... A Group Travel Service    800.275.2095

Winterplace, Snowshoe, Timberline,  Wolf Ridge, Beech Mtn,  Cataloochee,  Massanutten, Wintergreen,  Perfect North,  Keystone and more!      ONE CALL. ONE LESS TASK. ONE HAPPY LEADER!!!

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There's still time to book your winter adventure. We can help! Ski / Tubing / Zip lining group adventures. Nexstep Travel

There's still time to book your youth group's winter retreat.   We offer expert advice and lots of group options to meet any dates, drive time & budget.   Contact Nexstep Travel today and see just how easy and affordable your next trip can be!    Winterplace, Snowshoe, Timberline, Beech Mountain, Wolf Ridge, Cataloochee, Wisp, Massanutten, Wintergreen, Perfect North, Keystone, Winter Park and more!   

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Church Ski Trip. Group Rates | Group Lodging | Church Group | Youth Group Ski Trip. Nexstep Travel

Nexstep Travel offers group rates and discounts for groups.   Lodging, lift Tickets, ski and board rentals, tubing tickets, meeting space, meals and transportation..... EVERYTHING under one roof! 

Youth Groups. Boy Scouts. College/ Singles Ministry and more.

We focus on your trip,  so you can focus on your people.

A Travel Service for Your Ministry.     

Call today for a fast ~ free ~ no hassle quote.    800.275.2095 

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Youth Group Ski Retreat Quotes. Options. Rates. Winterplace, Snowshoe, Beech Mountain, Cataloochee, Wolf Ridge Nexstep Travel

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Nexstep Travel is your one stop shop for all your group adventure needs.  Our Adventure Specialist can customize the perfect retreat package for you,  based on your dates, drive time and budget.   We offer hundreds of ski ~ raft ~ zip ~ mission options to 15 Adventure Resorts in WV, NC, VA, MD, IN, GA, FL and CO.  4 out of our 6 current staff members previously worked at CTI Group Adventures ( from 1999-2015 ) in Asheville NC before joining the Nexstep Team.  

We're professional, smart, available, experienced and customer focused.     Give us a call today and find out just how easy and affordable your next adventure can be! 


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Youth Group Ski Trip 2018. Get a Free Quote Today! Winterplace, Snowshoe and more!

Now is the time to start looking at options for your upcoming Youth Group/Student Ministry winter ski retreat.    We can put together various retreat options to meet your dates, drive time, ideas and budget.    Contact us today for a fast~free~no hassle quote.    Winterplace Ski Resort, Beech Mountain, Sugar, Wolf Ridge, Snowshoe WV,  Massanutten VA,  Cataloochee NC, Winter Park Colorado and more!  


Discounted Group Rates. Lifts, Ski Rentals, Lodging, Meals, Meeting space. Ski Resorts: Winterplace, Snowshoe, Wolf Ridge, Cataloochee, Sugar, Beech, and more! Nexstep Travel

Looking for the best group rates for your next group ski trip?  Look no further!   Nexstep offers discounted rates on lodging, lifts, rentals, meals, transportation, meeting space and more!  We can set up the entire package or just what you need.    Nexstep works with all the ski resorts in the Southeast ~ Mid Atlantic.  Winterplace, Snowshoe, Canaan Valley, Timberline (WV ),  Wolf Ridge, Cataloochee, Sugar, Beech, Appalanchian (NC ) , Massanutten, Wintergreen (VA),  Wisp ( MD),  as well as Colorado destinations.  Contact Nexstep Travel today for a free~no hassle quote.. 800.275.2095    Now is a great time to start planning!  #wecanhelp  #easypeasy #skiraftzip #stumin 


A few of our Resorts / Info / Details Snowshoe, Winterplace, Wolf Ridge, Cataloochee, Perfect North, Massanutten YOUTH GROUP SKI TRIP options/group rates Nexstep Travel

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 Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV

Let Nexstep Travel set up your youth group ski trip to Snowshoe which offers 60 slopes and trails for a variety of skill levels. As well as an average of 180 inches of snow fall on the mountain each year!  Take your youth group on a ski trip to Snowshoe in the late season for great savings! Call Nexstep to start planning now.   800.275.2095


 Keystone Resort, CO

Set high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Keystone Resort offers your youth group 3,148 skiable acres, 20 lifts and 2 gondolas, all nestled at the foot of 2 unique villages.  Take your ski group out west this year and give them a truly FANTASTIC memory! Call Nexstep Travel so we can start planning today.

 Timberline Resort, WV

Welcome to Snow Country! Great skiing and riding begin with great snow! Bring your ski group to Timberline Resort for your next youth group ski adventure. With a peak elevation of 4,268 feet, the slopes get more than their fair share of snow (an average of over 200 inches each season!!). Ready to book? Call Nexstep Today with your dates or for more information.


 Winter Park Resort, CO

Is your youth group ready to ski out west this winter?  Winter Park resort receives over 29 FEET! of snow annually. To find out how to get those skis and boards on the slopes, call Nexstep Travel for your group ski trip planning.

 Timberline Resort, WV

200+ inches of snow each season and the longest trail in the mid-Atlantic are just a few reason to make Timberline your choice for your youth ski adventure. Bring your group skiing with the help of Nexstep, with us organizing your group ski trip all you have to do is enjoy the slopes. So set your dates and give one of our Adventure Specialist a call.   800.275.2095

 Timberline Resort, WV

Great skiing and riding begin with great snow, and with a peak elevation of 4,268 feet, Timberline gets more than its share. Bring your youth group to enjoy the 37 slopes and trailsWith a vertical rise of 1,000 feet, you'll enjoy some of the longest runs in the South. Ready to start planing your youth group ski trip? Give one of our Adventure Specialist a call.

 Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV


Snowshoe Ski Resort has 251 acres,57 trails, and 14 lifts. Let Nexstep Travel plan your next group ski trip to Snowshoe. The Snowshoe Basin area offers a little something for everyone. Experts can enjoy bomber runs like Widowmaker, Choker and Knot Bumper. Intermediates will enjoy great cruiser runs like Skipjack and Gandy Dancer, and first timers can cruise great learning terrain like the Flume Trail system. All it takes to plan your youth ski trip is to give us a call, let us do the rest.

 Winterplace Ski Resort, WV    BE DO TELL EVENT  FEB 2-4, 2018

Thinking about cold weather?  The 15th annual NC Youth Ministry Winter Ski Retreat brings Hundreds of youth from across the stateto converge in Beckley, West Virginia, for their annual Winter Retreat; a weekend packed with fun, fellowship and worship.  Nexstep Travel takes care of all the details for this event!   800.275.2095   tim wilson

 Perfect North Slopes, IN 

Grab you ski group and give us a call to start planning your ski trip to Perfect North Slopes. There's a 100 plus acres of terrain with 11 lifts. Nexstep Travel can include skiing, snowboarding, tubing and much more. All we need  are your dates and we can get started on your youth group ski trip.

 Wolf Ridge Ski Resort, NC 

Nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina and only 30 minutes from downtown Asheville, Wolf Ridge Ski Resort is a perfect fit for your youth group.  Bring your youth group for a ski weekend at Wolf Ridge during any non-holiday period for a truly memorable time at an unbeatable price! Looking for a great group adventure?  Easy and Affordable option!


 Cataloochee Ski Area, NC 

How about a youth group ski retreat at the beautiful Cataloochee ski resort in Western North Carolina? Enjoy over 25 acres with 14 trails and 5 total lifts. We can also customize to your youth groups specific needs. Please call and let us set up your youth group ski trip.


 Cataloochee Ski Area, NC 

There are several things your youth group can count on when you come for a group adventure to Cataloochee Ski Area.

Small town hospitality, a helping hand at every stage of your visit, excellent facilities, and of course, great skiing and snowboarding on their 17 slopes with 3 lifts plus a magic carpet. Let Nexstep  Travel help in planning your next youth group ski trip to Cataloochee.




 Winterplace Ski Resort, WV 

Give Nexstep Travell a call to set up your youth group ski trip to Winterplace Ski resort. Winterplace has 90 acres of skiable area, 28 trails, a terrain park, and nine lifts, as well a the largest snowtubing park in West Virginia.  Do we know Winterplace?   You bet your chairlift we do!    free online quotes

 Sugar Mountain Resort, NC 

Looking for the next great youth group adventure? What about a group ski trip to Sugar Mountain? Where your group can enjoy twenty slopes and trails spread over 115 skiable acres provide for all levels of skiing and snowboarding. Beginners can enjoy the Magic Carpet area, Easy Street, and Lower Flying Mile, while the experts can challenge Tom Terrific, Boulder Dash, and Whoopdedoo.  Nexstep can customize your youth group ski trip to meet your group adventure needs.


 Beech Mountain Resort, NC 

Beech Mountain Resort is a total Winter experience. With excellent skiing day or night. Bring your youth ski group to ski Beech Mountain Resort during any non-holiday period for a great time at a great price.  Our Adventure Specialists will be glad to start planning your youth group ski trip today.


 Wolf Ridge Ski Resort, NC 

Looking for a great youth group ski retreat? Schedule a great group adventure with Nexstep Travel at Wolf Ridge ski area with 22 exciting runs and 5 lifts. They have a top elevation of 4,700 feet, a vertical drop of 700+ feet and 72 skiable acres. Call today for a fast/free quote!  

 Massanutten Resort, VA 

Massanutten Resort has celebrated more than 40 years in business! Keep them going strong by bringing your ski groupup this year! Your youth group can enjoy an exciting adventure at one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier ski resorts!  Nexstep Travel will be glad to plan this trip for you.


 Wolf Ridge Ski Resort, NC 

Ski Wolf Ridge , we organizing your youth group ski trip. Wolf will provide the 22 runs and 3 lifts, while Nexstep Travel supplies the best customer service and pricing available. So call us to get started planning that ski trip today.  800.275.2095

 Perfect North Slopes, IN 

Perfect North Slopes is "perfect" for your youth group!  The "all area" ticket includes a lift ticket, complimentary lesson, snowtubing and is valid for 8 WHOLE hours.  Ready to book your next youth group ski adventure? Give Nexstep Travel a call.

 Cataloochee or Wolf Ridge

Cataloochee ski area offers 50 skiable acres, 740 feet of vertical drop and a great experience for your youth ski trip. They were open 149 days last season. The longest time in the 50 plus years in operation. Whether skiing or boarding your group will have a great adventure. Call us to stat planning today.   800.275.2095

 Sugar Mountain Resort, NC 

Sugar Mountain Resort is one of North Carolina's great ski destinations!  Your youth group is sure to love the skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing that make Sugar Mountain such a popular retreat. If you are looking for a group ski adventure give Nexstep Travel a call. 800.275.2095


 Cataloochee Ski Area, NC 

Cataloochee ski area is one of North Carolina's finest ski areas. With 17 slopes 3 lifts and a magic carpet your youth ski trip will be fantastic. You will have a great group adventure with the marathon lift ticket good from 9:00am-10:00pm. So rev up your youth group and give Nexstep Travel a call to schedule now.  800.275.2095




 Winterplace Ski Resort, WV 

Winterplace Ski Resort is the place to bring your youth group for their ski trip adventure. A very group friendly ski experience to be had on the 28 trails, 9 lifts, terrain park and snowtubing park. Give Nexstep Travel  a call to start planning your youth ski trip today.   800.275.2095


 Beech Mountain Resort, NC$ 

With 15 trials and 7 Lifts your youth ski group will love this Beech Mountain package.  2 days of skiing and 3 nights oflodging at The Pinnacle Inn which have full Kitchens, your group never have to leave Beech Mountain. Give Nexstep Travel the dates and we will set you up with a great group adventure.

How do they Make Snow?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about making snow artificially from water. For artificial snow made from hydrated artificial polymer, see Superabsorbent polymer.

Snow production at Camelback Ski Area, United States.

Snow making at Mount Hotham, Australia.
Snowmaking is the production of snow by forcing water and pressurized air through a "snow gun," also known as a "snow cannon", on ski slopes. Snowmaking is mainly used at ski resorts to supplement natural snow. This allows ski resorts to improve the reliability of their snow cover and to extend their ski seasons from late autumn to early spring. Indoor ski slopes often use snowmaking. They can generally do so year-round as they have a climate-controlled environment.

The production of snow requires low temperatures. The threshold temperature for snowmaking increases as humidity decreases. Wet bulb temperature is used as a metric since it takes air temperature and relative humidity into account. Snowmaking is a relatively expensive process in its energy use, thereby limiting its use.

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Contents  [hide] 
1    History
2    Operation
2.1    Ice nucleation-active proteins
2.2    Infrastructure
3    Snowmaking guns
3.1    Home snowmaking
4    Other uses
5    Gallery
6    See also
7    References

Full blast snow cannon at The Nordic Centre, Canmore, Alberta, Canada
Art Hunt, Dave Richey, and Wayne Pierce invented the snow cannon in 1950,[1][2] but secured a patent sometime later.[3] In 1952, Grossinger's Catskill Resort Hotel became the first in the world to use artificial snow.[4] Snowmaking began to be used extensively in the early 1970s. Many ski resorts depend heavily upon snowmaking.

Snowmaking has achieved greater efficiency with increasing complexity. Traditionally, snowmaking quality depended upon the skill of the equipment operator. Computer control supplements that skill with greater precision, such that a snow gun operates only when snowmaking is optimal. All-weather snowmakers have been developed by IDE.[5]


If conditions are below the curve snow can be made.
The key considerations in snow production are increasing water and energy efficiency and increasing the environmental window in which snow can be made.

Snowmaking plants require water pumps and sometimes air compressors when using lances, that are both very large and expensive. The energy required to make artificial snow is about 0.6 - 0.7 kWh/m³ for lances and 1 - 2 kWh/m³ for fan guns. The density of artificial snow is between 400 and 500 kg/m³ and the water consumption for producing snow is roughly equal to that number.[6]

Snowmaking begins with a water supply such as a river or reservoir. Water is pushed up a pipeline on the mountain using very large electric pumps in a pump house. This water is distributed through an intricate series of valves and pipes to any trails that require snowmaking. Many resorts also add a nucleating agent to ensure that as much water as possible freezes and turns into snow. These products are organic or inorganic materials that facilitate the water molecules to form the proper shape to freeze into ice crystals. The products are non-toxic and biodegradable.

Pump House & Air Plant Combo
The next step in the snowmaking process is to add air using an air plant. This plant is often a building which contains electric or diesel industrial air compressors the size of a van or truck. However, in some instances air compression is provided using diesel-powered, portable trailer-mounted compressors which can be added to the system. Many fan-type snow guns have on-board electric air compressors, which allows for cheaper, and more compact operation. A ski area may have the required high-output water pumps, but not an air pump. Onboard compressors are cheaper and easier than having a dedicated pumping house. The air is generally cooled and excess moisture is removed before it is sent out of the plant. Some systems even cool the water before it enters the system. This improves the snowmaking process as the less heat in the air and water, the less heat must be dissipated to the atmosphere to freeze the water. From this plant the air travels up a separate pipeline following the same path as the water pipeline.

Ice nucleation-active proteins[edit]
The water is sometimes mixed with ina (ice nucleation-active) proteins from the bacterium Pseudomonas syringae. These proteins serve as effective nuclei to initiate the formation of ice crystals at relatively high temperatures, so that the droplets will turn into ice before falling to the ground. The bacterium itself uses these ina proteins in order to injure plants.[7]


Piping Diagram
The pipes following the trails are equipped with shelters containing hydrants, electrical power and, optionally, communication lines mounted. Whereas shelters for fan guns require only water, power and maybe communication, lance-shelters usually need air hydrants as well. Hybrid shelters allow maximum flexibility to connect each snow machine type as they have all supplies available. The typical distance for lance shelters is 100–150 feet (30–46 m), for fan guns 250–300 feet (76–91 m). From these hydrants 1 1⁄2"–2" pressure resistant hoses are connected similar to fire hoses with camlocks to the snow machine.

Snowmaking guns[edit]

Rear view of snow cannon at Mölltaler Gletscher, Austria, showing the powerful fan.
There are many different forms of snowmaking guns, however they all share the basic principle of combining air and water to form snow. For most guns the type or "quality" of snow can be changed by regulating the amount of water in the mixture. For others, the water and air are simply on or off and the snow quality is determined by the air temperature and humidity.

In general there are three types of snowmaking guns: Internal Mixing, External Mixing and Fan Guns. These come in two main styles of makers: air water guns and fan guns.

An air water gun can be mounted on a tower or on a stand on the ground. It uses higher pressure water and air, while a fan gun uses a powerful axial fan to propel the water jet to a great distance.

A modern snow fan usually consists of one or more rings of nozzles which inject water into the fan air stream. A separate nozzle or small group of nozzles is fed with a mix of water and compressed air and produces the nucleation points for the snow crystals. The small droplets of water and the tiny ice crystals are then mixed and propelled out by a powerful fan, after which they further cool through evaporation in the surrounding air as they fall to the ground. The crystals of ice act as seeds to make the water droplets freeze at 0 °C (32 °F). Without these crystals the water would supercool instead of freezing. This method can produce snow when the wet-bulb temperature of the air is as high as -1 °C (30.2 °F).[8][9] The lower the air temperature is, the more and the better snow a cannon can make. This is one of the main reasons snow cannons are usually operated in the night. The quality of the mixing of the water and air streams and their relative pressures is crucial to the amount of snow made and its quality.

Modern snow cannons are fully computerized and can operate autonomously or be remotely controlled from a central location. Operational parameters are: starting and stopping time, quality of snow, maximum wet-bulb temperature in which to operate, maximum windspeed, horizontal and vertical orientation, and sweep angle (to cover a wider or narrower area). Sweep angle and area may follow wind direction.

Internal mixing guns have a chamber where the water and air are mixed together and forced through jets or through holes and fall to the ground as snow. These guns are typically low to the ground on a frame or tripod and require a lot of air to compensate for the short hang time (time the water is airborne). Some newer guns are built in a tower form and use much less air because of the increased hang time. The amount of water flow determines the type of snow that is to be made and is controlled by an adjustable water valve.
External mixing guns have a nozzle spraying water as a stream and air nozzles shooting air through this water stream to break it up into much smaller water particles. These guns are sometimes equipped with a set of internal mixing nozzles that are known as nucleators. These help create a nucleus for the water droplets to bond to as they freeze. External mixing guns are typically tower guns and rely on a longer hang time to freeze the snow. This allows them to use much less air. External mixing guns are usually reliant on high water pressure to operate correctly so the water supply is opened completely, though in some the flow can be regulated by valves on the gun.

Snow Lance used at Flottsbro in Stockholm
Fan Guns are very different from all other guns because they require electricity to power a fan as well as an on-board reciprocating piston air compressor; modern fan guns do not require compressed air from an external source. Compressed air and water are shot out of the gun through a variety of nozzles (there are many different designs) and then the wind from the large fan blows this into a mist in the air to achieve a long hang time. Fan guns have anywhere from 12 to 360 water nozzles on a ring on the front of the gun through which the fan blows air. These banks can be controlled by valves. The valves are either manual, manual electric, or automatic electric (controlled by logic controller or computer).
Snow Lances are up to 12 meter long vertically inclined aluminum tubes at the head of which are placed water and-or air nucleators. Air is blown into the atomized water at the outlet from the water nozzle. The previously compressed air expands and cools, creating ice nuclei on which crystallization of the atomized water takes place. Due to the height and the slow rate of descent there will be enough time for this process. This process uses less energy than a fan gun, but has a smaller range and lower snow quality; it also has greater sensitivity to wind. Advantages over fan gun are: lower investment (only cable system with air and water, central compressor station), much quieter, half the energy consumption for the same amount of snow, simpler maintenance due to lower wear and fewer moving parts, and regulation of snow making is possible in principle. The working pressure of snow lances is 20-60 bar. There are also small mobile systems for the home user that are operated by the garden connection (Home Snow).
Home snowmaking[edit]
Smaller versions of the snow machines found at ski resorts exist, scaled down to run off household size air and water supplies. Home snowmakers receive their water supply either from a garden hose or from a pressure washer, which makes more snow per hour. Plans also exist for do-it-yourself snowmaking machines made out of plumbing fittings and special nozzles.

Volumes of snow output by home snowmakers depend on the air/water mixture, temperature, wind variations, pumping capacity, water supply, air supply, and other factors. Using a household spray bottle will not work unless temperatures are well below the freezing point of water.

TAKE A LESSON! Nexstep Travel is all about keep your group safe & happy on the slopes!

Nexstep Travel highly recommends that all first time skiers/boarders take a lesson. Our Adventure Specialist know just what you'll need to keep your group safe & happy on the slopes. Contact us today to learn more about resorts & options that are best equipped to meet your groups needs & budget.

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At Nexstep Travel,  we take care of all the details for your next group adventure.   Not only do we make all the calls and set up all the options,  but we do it at no additional cost to you!   ( can't beat that)  

When you ready to look into options for your next retreat,  we hope you'll give us an opportunity to show you just how easy & affordable your next trip can be.

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