Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Ski all of January* at Mammoth, California for $199 TOTAL

Mammoth Mountain, California is offering a deal too good to pass up for Families who LOVE to ski like ours: $199 lift passes for skiing * EVERY WEEKDAY during the month of January.  That's a huge savings if you are planning to ski a week or more as a family, compared to the regular daily lift pass prices of $87/$64/$43 adults/youth/kids & seniors.  Even better:  it ends up costing less than $10 a day if you are lucky enough to ski every weekday all month.

Hurry and order your lift ski passes now for the WHOLE FAMILY as this offer is only available through January 6, 2010 HERE

Our family has been skiing Mammoth EVERY January for the past 25 years and it has always been awesome.  In fact, our kids -- the triplets are now 12-1/2 yrs old and big brother is 14 -- all learned to ski at Mammoth's Main Lodge Ski School when they were three years old and are now experts skiing the blue/black and black diamond advanced runs.

Hope to see you on the TOP of Mammoth Mountain later this month.  Be sure to subscribe to this blog NOW as I will be tweeting all month with family-friendly hot tips on what to do on and off the mountain while you're in town.  And, I'll be blogging LIVE from Mammoth and the mountain's trails via my iPhone from January 24 - 29, 2010. Each member of my family including DH and all four kids will also be writing some guest blog posts for MommyBlogExpert.blogspot.com so don't forget to keep checking back to find out the latest. 

BTW, in case you're wondering --  No, I'm not a Mammoth Mountain employee and I am not being paid for this post.  I just love to ski with our family of 6 and there's no better place for families of all skiing abilities than at Mammoth in January when the holiday crowds are gone and the snow coverage is very good.

I'd love to hear your recommendations and tips for my upcoming series the Best of Mammoth for Families.  Feel free to leave a comment and share your family-friendly ideas here.  If it's a really great idea, leave a comment here AND email me at janis@janiselspas.com and I'll follow up with you directly for all the details for possible inclusion in another post in this series.

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