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The SkiSync Ski & Travel Blog


Tuck Winter Carnival 2020 Review

The annual Tuck Winter Carnival has become a favorite in the SkiSync travel schedule for good reason. We have been sponsors of the event for years now and it’s always a blast to join in on the fun. It's also a great time for us to catch up with our group ski travel clients from different MBA programs!

Topics: Group Travel Reviews

Announcing Our New European Shuttle Partner

We are happy to announce Ben's Bus as our new shuttle partner for SkiSync's European ski and snowboard trips for the 2019-2020 season. For anyone traveling to Europe for our ski and snowboard trips, we are able to offer you exclusive discounts on your shuttle services when you register through our portal. If you want to check out their website for their available shuttle services to Val Thorens and Val d'Isere prior to registering, click below:

Topics: SkiSync News Group Travel Ski Resorts Travel Tips

4 Questions to Ask When Comparing Ski Resorts for Your Next Trip

During the cold Winter, when the lack of sun can sometimes be draining, a killer ski trip can be an excellent way to recharge your batteries.

Considering that most ski vacations can be costly and time consuming to plan (especially for ski groups), it only makes sense that you dedicate some time toward researching the right resorts for your needs.

Topics: Group Travel Ski Resorts

3 Keys to Creating Buzz for Your Next Group Ski Trip

There are a million different reasons people put groups together for ski vacations - the most popular reason being cost savings (since more people almost always means better deals). But, once the idea is solidified, things can get tricky when it comes to actually getting people signed up for the trip.

Topics: Group Travel

5 Tips to Make Your Next Group Ski Trip a Huge Success

Fact: No one ever wants their next group ski trip to be a snoozefest.

"Hey, let's all pay a bunch of money to go have a terrible time in the mountains," said no one...ever. You want it to be a huge success, right? Of course!

Here are five tips to help you and your crew have the time of your lives while avoiding the common traps that lead to a trip that's "just okay."

Topics: Group Travel