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Tampa Bay Snow Skiers & Boarders- Whitefish
Mar 5-Mar 12, 2022
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Whitefish

March 5-12, 2022

Tampa Bay Snow Skiers & Boarders

Whitefish, Montana

March 5-12, 2022

Saturday-Saturday

Size matters, Ski the BIG Mountain!

Trip Leader
Andy Stiles
7311 S Shamrock Rd
Tampa, FL 33616
813-597-3563
andy.tbssb@gmail.com
Co-Leader
Mindy Duran
19134 Fern Meadow Loop
Lutz, FL 33558
813-230-6654
mduran3776@aol.com
Join your fun and experienced trip leaders, Andy & Mindy for all the exciting fun that a Winter Holiday trip has to offer. Are you afraid of ghosts? Don't be, snow ghosts at Whitefish are universally adored! Join TBSSB for an awesome week.
Whitefish resort is located at Big Mountain in northwestern Montana. It is west of Glacier National Park in the Flathead National Forest, 4 miles from the town of Whitefish, 16 miles west of Columbia Falls and 21 miles north of Kalispell.
TBSSB = Tampa Bay Snow Skiers & Boarders, an all-volunteer ski, snowboard, and social club based in the Tampa Bay area. We are known for being a very fun group!
  • Daily uphill access with your trip leader (optional) – Get a run or two in before the chairlifts even open, truly first tracks.
  • Daily Breakfast is included
  • Flying into Glacier National Airport so only a short drive to the lodging.
  • Free bus service provided linking lodging to the mountain resort and shopping and restaurants in the town of Whitefish
  • Spots are filling up fast! Don't miss the SNOW bus!!

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Lodging

The 4-Diamond Lodge at Whitefish Lake is surrounded by mountains with the pristine waters of Whitefish Lake at our back door, and all the amenities of a full-service resort hotel. The location is perfect as The Lodge is only a few minutes from downtown Whitefish (1 mile), 10-minute drive (6 miles) from the ski slopes of the Whitefish Mountain Resort, and less than a 30-minute drive (25miles) to the scenic wonders of Glacier National Park.
You will be impressed with the cozy and inviting rustic décor. The spacious rooms feature crackling fireplaces and comfortable beds to enjoy after a long day on the mountain. There is always something to do at The Lodge such as enjoying coffee and conversation while overlooking the lake, take in dinner in the Boat Club Restaurant, melt stress away with a massage in the spa, or hang out at the beautiful pool and hot tub areas. The choice is yours. It is all here waiting for you at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake. .

The Mountain(s)

This will be one of the most beautiful mountains you will ever ski/board. Don’t be afraid of the snow ghosts, they are stunning!! With views of Glacier National Park, the Canadian Rockies, and Flathead and Whitefish Lakes. There are 4 skiable sides to Whitefish Mountain with 3,000 acres featuring plenty of glades, chutes, and bowl skiing to go along with all the cruisers. There are 105 marked runs supported by 14 Lifts, including 3 High Speed Quads. There are virtually no lift lines. The base elevation is 4,400 feet and the summit is 6,800 feet, so altitude is not an issue here. Terrain is 12% beginner, 37% intermediate, 44% advanced, 7% expert, all adding up to 100% fun. The longest run is 3.3 miles. The average annual snowfall is 330 inches. Night skiing is available Friday and Saturday night. The best way to learn about the mountain is to take advantage of the mountain ambassador tour guide service which is offered daily at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm. The guides will enthusiastically tell you everything about the mountain and maybe some history of Whitefish along the way.
On the mountain there are 7 restaurants, 4 accessible by skiing. Recently Whitefish Mountain added a NEW LIFT with NEW TERRAIN at Flower Point, along with a total of $2 million plus of renovations and improvements! This means seven new intermediate runs, additional advanced gladed terrain, and more north-facing slopes that provide excellent conditions throughout the season plus new breath-taking views into Glacier National Park!
  • Average Annual Snowfall: 330 inches (27.5 feet)
  • Base Elevation: 4,464 feet / 1,361 meters
  • Peak Elevation: 6,817 feet / 2,078 meters
  • Vertical Rise: 2,353 feet / 717 meters
  • Total Skiable Area: 3,000 acres of fall line skiing, 4 terrain parks and a skier/boardercross course
  • Conventional Trails: 111 marked trails
  • Longest Run: The Last Spike, 3.3 miles (Hellfire)
  • Trail Classification: 12% Beginner; 37% Intermediate; 51% Expert/ Advanced

Winter Sports and Other Resources

A scenic 31-mile drive from Whitefish Mountain Resort, Glacier National Park is a must-see during your visit to Whitefish. Stunning vistas, glacial fields, crystal clear lakes and rivers as well as an ever-present opportunity to view wildlife, Glacier National Park is truly the Crown of the Continent.
A must-do in Glacier National Park is the scenic and historic Going-to-the-Sun Road. This engineering marvel takes travelers 50 miles through Glacier National Park’s wild and pictorial interior. Drive your own vehicle or let a Glacier National Park Shuttle do the driving for you. Or, experience the road and a piece of Glacier National Park history on a Red Bus Tour.
Where small town charm meets world-class hospitality. Whitefish, Montana was incorporated in 1905, a year after the arrival of the Great Northern Railway. Hard working railroad employees, loggers and miners supported the establishment of bars, restaurants and shops along Central Avenue and its cross streets in buildings that still stand today. From the 1927 Tudor Revival train depot at the north of downtown to the first brick building, more than a century old, that houses Great Northern Cycle & Ski at the south end. Whitefish is brimming with charm and character.
Today Whitefish, Montana is a vibrant town that welcomes visitors who rub elbows with friendly locals at its coffee shops, bars and boutiques. Local eateries vary from casual to elegant, many serving locally-harvested ingredients from the Flathead Valley’s bountiful farms. The Whitefish Farmers Market brings everyone together every Tuesday night from late May through September where local farmers and artisans offer a bounty of goods. On any given summer evening, Whitefish is lively with pedestrians strolling to its locally-owned breweries, distilleries, bars or the ever-popular Sweet Peaks ice cream shop.

Price Includes:

Round trip air from Tampa to Kalispell, 7-night lodging, welcome reception, farewell banquet, Aprés ski festivities, discounted lift tickets and equipment rentals, and a whole lot of Fun!!

Trip Size: 42 people

Price Chart

Cash Price, Standard Package: $1,729 per person, based on 2 occupants in Viking Hotel QQ
Cash Prices Per Person - Based on Room Type and Number of Occupants
Room Type 1 2 3 4 5 6
Viking Hotel QQ $ 2,149 $ 1,729 $ 1,589 $ 1,519
Viking Hotel K $ 2,149 $ 1,729
2 bed/2 bath condo, The Lodge $ 3,359 $ 2,329 $ 1,989 $ 1,819 $ 1,719 $ 1,649
Studio K, The Lodge $ 2,369 $ 1,839
Studio Q, The Lodge $ 2,369 $ 1,839
Resort Only Deduct $785 per person. This applies if you choose to get your own air.

DEPOSIT:

$250.00 per person with a completed online registration or Trip Application.

CANCELLATION DATE:

All cancellations must be received in writing by Jan 20, 2022. See cancellation policy on the finish page of the online registration or Trip Application.

BALANCE DUE:

Payment of final balance is due no later than Jan 20, 2022.

PAYMENT:

Make checks payable to "Tampa Bay Snow Skiers and Boarders" and mail to:
TBSSB, Attn: Andy Stiles
7311 S Shamrock Rd
Tampa, FL 33616
Deposit and balance of trip costs may be paid with a major credit card. You will be billed later for the final payment. All prices quoted include a cash discount. If you choose to pay by credit card, there is an additional 3% fee that will be added to the cash discount.

TRIP PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO ANY NEW TAXES OR FEES IMPOSED BY EITHER THE GOVERNMENT, AIRPORT, AIRLINES OR AGENCIES INVOLVED.

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