There is no better way to embrace winter than hitting the slopes! For salsa dancers looking for a thrilling experience and change in scenery, we have Sugarbush! Located in Vermonts quintessential Mad River Valley, Sugarbush is one of Vermont's favorite ski resorts. "The Bush" has beginner, intermediate, and advanced to expert terrain, accessible via 16 lifts. Get ready for the action!


All Sugarbush tickets will be purchesed through Nixmotion. Winterpass holders will be provided their lift ticket when they arrive to the slopes. If you are interested in lessons or gear, please read below for more information and add the options at the time of ticket purchase.


On Sunday, Winterpass holders will be transported from the hotel to the mountain by 54-seater luxury coaches provided by Premier Coach. Coaches are climate controlled, equipped with WiFi and have a separate lavatory. One way trip is about 45 minutes. Departures will be on time to ensure the timely arrival for participants who are taking the ski/snowboarding lessons and to return on time for later events at the hotel. Departure from the hotel will be at 10:30am while departure from Sugarbush will be 4:30pm.


No gear? No problem! Sugarbush rental shop carries a fleet of Head, Rossignol and Burton equipment to meet the needs of adult and youth of all abilities. Please note that in order to rent equipment, you will be asked for your date of birth and address. Rental is available at the exclusive Nixmotion rate of $15.


Will this be your first time ever on the slopes? Dont let that stop you! Come experience the joy of skiing/riding with certified instructors of sugarbush. They will guide you through the basics during this specialy designed 2hr beginners class. Following this class you will be directed to the beginner's slopes where you can practice your recently acquired skills! Lesson is available at the exclusive Nixmotion rate of $15.

Special rates are only available online through Nixmotion when you purchase a Winterpass.


Wondering what to wear for your first day of skiing/snowboarding? No need for fancy and expensive gear. Look through your closet for the following: Winter gloves, hat, scarf, Winter jacket, Sweater, Turtleneck, Warm socks, Warm pants.

For more details please check out this great article:

What Should I Wear For a Day On The Slopes?