When is the Mt Bike Trail going to open?
The Mt Bike Trail is open.
The Golf Course is open
Please call 651-436-1320 to reserve a tee time
2013/14 Season Passes Buy Before 5/27!
Buy before 5/27 to get the current spring benefits like 2 Buddy Tickets and $49 Down payment option.
Afton Alps is Epic. Now you can get unlimited access to Afton Alps, plus 8 world-class mountains out West.
Buy NOW to lock in lowest guaranteed price, for only $49 down.
BUY NOW to get the following spring benefits with Epic, Epic Local, and Afton Alps season pass purchases:
– 2 Buddy Tickets when you purchase your Epic, Epic Local or Afton Alps Pass
– 6 SWAF (Ski with A Friend Tickets)
– Free daily equipment check.
– 25% off retail in the ski shop
– Discounts on daily golf green fees.
– Special discounts on select ski and ride school programs.
When do you close for the season?
Our last day for the 2012/13 season was Saturday March 30th!
We are closed for the season! We are looking forward to the improvements to the ski area this summer. We hope to see you at Afton this summer for golf, mt biking, warrior dash, and at fall fair.
How much is Vail Resorts going to invest in Afton Alps this summer?
Vail Resorts to Invest Nearly $10 Million in Enhancing the Experience at Afton Alps and Offers Minnesota Skiers and Riders Access to Nine Ski Resorts on the Popular Epic Season Pass for the 2013-2014 Winter Season
BROOMFIELD, Colo., March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With Vail Resorts' recent acquisition of Afton Alps, Minnesota skiers and snowboarders can already look forward to next winter as the Company invests nearly $10 million in significant enhancements to the ski and ride experience and offers the greatest resort access and value in the snow sports industry on one season pass, the Epic Pass.
As part of Vail Resorts' commitment to providing the experience of a lifetime to all of its guests, the Company plans to invest nearly $10 million in enhancements and upgrades to Afton Alps this summer to dramatically improve the guest experience next winter. Vail Resorts intends to significantly improve snowmaking to open the ski resort earlier, extend the season and provide a more consistent and high-quality snow surface; create state-of-the-art terrain parks with extensive new features and rope tows; energize and modernize the base area facilities; and add Vail Resorts' signature EpicMix and EpicMix Racing technology to personalize the guest experience.
Vail Resorts also is bringing its popular season pass products, the Epic Pass and Epic Local Pass, to Minnesota skiers and riders and offering access to Afton Alps as well as eight iconic resorts in the West--Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado and Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe. Even better, kids can ski and ride Afton Alps and these eight western resorts for $5 less than 2012-2013 Afton Alps Child Pass. Adults can ski or ride all nine resorts for $529, just $130 more than a current Afton Alps Pass. Purchasing next season's pass now through April 14 guarantees the lowest price and offers skiers and riders the option of making a $49 down payment now with the remainder due in the fall.
"We're thrilled that Afton Alps is now a part of our family of resorts. It's a very special place steeped in snow sports tradition and we intend to honor that legacy by bringing additional enhancements to the ski area and creating more value for Minnesota skiers and riders in their season pass choices. Next winter, they'll be able to ski as much as they want in their own backyard and at eight world-class resorts out West with the Epic Pass," said Kirsten Lynch, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Vail Resorts. "Vail Resorts' season passes offer guests the flexibility to choose which pass is right for them based on how much and where they plan to ski and ride. We encourage all of our guests to purchase their passes this spring to take advantage of the lowest guaranteed price for next winter."
The following guide can help Minnesota skiers and snowboarders choose the best season pass options for them, based on how much they plan to ski and ride locally and out West. All passes are available for purchase at www.epicpass.com.
Ski or Ride Locally and Out West
- The Epic Local Pass?: Perfect for snow sports enthusiasts who want to take their annual ski vacation out West and ski unrestricted in their backyard all season long. The Epic Local Pass at $529 offers unlimited and unrestricted skiing at Afton Alps, as well as at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with some restrictions at Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood. The pass also includes a total of 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek with holiday restrictions. At the spring rate, the Epic Local Pass pays for itself in just over four days when skiing at the western resorts and is only $130 more than an Afton Alps Pass. A discounted rate is also offered for college students at $479 (proof of 12 credit hours is required).
- The Epic Local Child Pass: Children ski and ride all next season at Afton Alps for less than the current 2012-2013 Afton Alps child Pass price and get eight resorts out West for free. New this year at $269, $5 less than the current 2012-2013 season's child's pass, children ages 5-12 can receive unlimited access with no restrictions at Afton Alps, as well as unlimited access to resorts out West, including Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with limited restrictions at Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood with the Epic Local Child Pass. The pass also includes a total of 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek with holiday restrictions.
- The Epic Pass?: Ski as much as you want, whenever you want at $689 for adults and $359 for children.
Unlimited skiing or riding at Afton Alps, as well as at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado and Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe at $689 for adults and $359 for children (ages 5-12). No restrictions. At this spring rate, the Epic Pass pays for itself in just over five days when skiing at the western resorts.
Ski or Ride Afton Alps Only
- Afton Alps Pass: Perfect for people who only plan to ski or ride at Afton Alps. At $399, the same price introduced last spring for the 2012-2013 season, pass holders receive unlimited access to Afton Alps with no restrictions. A discounted rate is also offered for seniors at $269 and college students at $269 (proof of 12 credit hours in the 2013-2014 school year is required). Discounts are available for families and groups of four people.
Ski or Snowboard Out West Any Day of the Season for a Great Value
Vail Resorts also offers options for guests who want to ski out West but don't plan to ski more than seven days next winter:
- Epic 7-Day?: Perfect for people who don't plan to ski more than seven days. The Epic 7-Day gives skiers and snowboarders a total of seven unrestricted days of skiing at Afton Alps, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly and Northstar, plus Arapahoe Basin anytime during the season for a price of $529. Ski any seven days all season long. At the spring rate, the Epic 7-Day pays for itself in just over four days.
- New this year, the Epic 4-Day?: Perfect for people who only plan to take one ski vacation. The Epic 4-Day at $349 offers four unrestricted tickets valid at Afton Alps, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood and Arapahoe Basin. At the spring rate, the Epic 4-Day pays for itself in less than three days.
Pay $49 Down Now and Lock in The Lowest Price Available with Six Buddy Tickets
Vail Resorts is making it as easy as possible for guests to lock in the lowest guaranteed pass prices with a $49 down payment now and the remaining balance due in mid-September 2013. Season pass holders also will receive six discounted single-day lift tickets, or "buddy" tickets, to ski with family and friends. The lowest guaranteed 2013-2014 season pass prices and the six buddy tickets are only guaranteed through April 14, 2013. After April 14, those who purchase a season pass will receive only two buddy tickets.
Season Pass Insurance Option: Protect Your Pass Investment in the Event of Unexpected Circumstances
Vail Resorts encourages guests to purchase pass insurance. All of its pass products are non-refundable and non-transferrable; however, pass insurance covers pass holders in the event of unexpected circumstances including sickness, injury and job loss. Pass insurance is $20 for adults and $10 for children (ages 5-12). Coverage applies for all season passes and the Epic 7-Day and Epic 4-Day valid for the 2013-2014 ski season.
For more information about Vail Resorts' season passes or to purchase a pass online, visit www.epicpass.com.
For broadcast-quality video footage and more photos, visit The Vail Resorts Dropbox Page or contact Kate Lessman at Vail Resorts, email@example.com, 303-404-1871. Please credit Vail Resorts for photos and video usage.
About Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN)
Vail Resorts, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is the leading mountain resort operator in the United States. The Company's subsidiaries operate the mountain resorts of Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in the Lake Tahoe area of California and Nevada; Afton Alps in Minnesota and Mt. Brighton in Michigan; and the Grand Teton Lodge Company in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The Company's subsidiary, RockResorts, a luxury resort hotel company, manages casually elegant properties. Vail Resorts Development Company is the real estate planning, development and construction subsidiary of Vail Resorts, Inc. Vail Resorts is a publicly held company traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: MTN). The Vail Resorts company website is www.vailresorts.com and consumer website is www.snow.com.
SOURCE Vail Resorts, Inc.
Why is Afton Alps Epic?
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VAIL RESORTS TO ACQUIRE AFTON ALPS - LEGACY OF EXCELLENCE CONTINUES UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
AFTON ALPS, MINN.—Dec. 6, 2012—Today the Augustine family announced that Afton Alps has entered an agreement to be purchased by Vail Resorts, Inc., the leading mountain resort operator in North America.
“The Augustine Family and the great team of employees at Afton Alps are thrilled to join Vail Resorts, giving Afton Alps a promising new future while preserving the ski area’s legacy that has made it a premier ski area in the Midwest today,” said Amy Reents, an owner of Afton Alps and manager of resort marketing and community relations.
Afton Alps was founded in 1963 when three local Minnesota farmers—Paul and Robert Augustine and Tom Furlong—realized their dream to build a ski area. Decades of hard work, dedication and passion made Afton Alps a leader in the ski industry. Today, nearly 50 years later, Afton Alps is the largest ski area near a major city in the Midwest with 48 trails on nearly 300 acres, 18 lifts, four base areas, night skiing and riding, tubing and an 18-hole golf course.
“What a wonderful gift these three men gave to their families, to our employees and guests, and to our local community. We’re grateful to them for the legacy they built and, at the same time, excited to enter a new chapter in Afton Alps’ history. Afton Alps will continue to be our hometown hill," Reents added.
The acquisition by Vail Resorts is expected to be completed within the next month; closing is subject to certain conditions.
Afton Alps season pass holders will immediately receive a 25-percent discount off of the (Full Day) window rate on lift tickets at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood.
What are the options for Youth Programs Rookies and Cruisers on Christmas Day?
There is no am (morning) Rookies/Cruisers. The all day session runs from 11am to 4pm because we open at 10am on Christmas Day. Please click here for more information about these programs
When do you have Nastar?
Not ready for ski or snowboard league racing, but still want to compete? Try NASTAR. Held most Sat/Sun & Holidays, 12-2pm. $5 for 3 runs, $10 unlimited daily, or buy a NASTAR season pass for only $50.
Now offering Giant Slalom and Slalom courses same day. Earn a Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze medal based on your handicap and a chance to qualify for NASTAR Nationals
2013/14 Season TBD
Is Afton Alps currently hiring?
Click here to link to the employment page
Where can I find photos from the Warrior Dash?
Warrior Dash photos on Afton Alps facebook please click here
Is the Mt Bike Trial open?
The Mt Bike Trail will probably open late May.
Check out this video on YouTube by thestomppad
Videos near the end of the ski and snowboard 2011-12 season?
Click here to watch Evan ride the Park. on one of the last days of the season.
Click here to watch a video of Pete D riding the New Park
Click here to watch a video of the new terrain park feature "The Boat"
What are some of the events for Spring Fling for 2014?
Obstacle Course 10:30am to 2:30pm
Outdoor Grill & Bar 11am to 5pm
Medallion Hunt 11am Start
Helmet Decorating 11am to 2pm
Nastar Bikini/Costume Race and Relay Race 11am to 1pm
Rock-n-Ride Finals (Showdown) 11am Registration Event from 12 to 3pm
Click here for the R&R Snowboard Showdown
Click here for the R&R Twin Tip Showdown
Scavenger Hunt 12noon Start
Live Music outdoors (Jeff Loven) 1 to 5pm
Mogul Mash 1pm Start
$ Dough $ in the Snow 1:30pm Start
Custome Contest 2:45pm
Water Skip 3:00pm Start (If you are under 18 you will need a parent signature to participate Click here for a Spring Fling Waiver)
Click here to watch some of the Best Water Skip Crashes from last year
What nights do you have the night rate?
The night rate is available 7 days a week from 4:30pm to close.
Holiday Dates: Dec 26-Jan 1, (open 9am to 10pm)
Thanksgiving, Nov 22, 9am to 4pm
Christmas Eve, Dec 24, 9am to 4pm
Christmas Day, Dec 25, 10am to 10pm
New Year's Eve, Dec 31 9am to Midnight
MLK, Jan 21, 9am to 9:30pm
Presidents Day, Feb 18, 9am to 9:30pm
What happens at Afton Alps on New Year's Eve?
Front lifts are open until midnight. Live band 8:30pm to 12:30am, torchlight parade 10pm, snacks & party favors 11pm to 12:30am. It's a lot of FUN!
How do I find my Santa photos which were taken at Afton Alps on Sat. Dec. 16, 2012?
Please click here to be linked to photos with Santa. The Santa photos are on the Afton Alps Facebook page in an Album called Epic Santa Photos 2012.
When can Afton Alps make snow?
Click here for a website which explains what is needed to make snow.
What are the resort hours on Christmas?
10am to 10pm.
When are Family Value Days for the 2013-14 season?
Family Value Days 2pm to close on the following dates:
2pm to close for the 2013-14 Season on the following dates:
2 FOR $52 LIFT TICKETS ($23/additional family member. Must have
a parent or guardian and purchase all tickets at the same time)
HALF-OFF RENTALS. $4 ONE-HOUR BEGINNER LESSONS offered during group
lesson time for skiers ages 6 and up, boarders ages 8 and up.
Nothing better than family time spent on the slopes. Bring the
whole gang out and save a bundle between 2pm to close on the above dates:
What does your Terrain Park look like?
What is Summerizing?
How to keep your ski gear in good shape during the summer months
- Reasons to summer wax: applying wax to the base and edges keeps the bases from drying out and the edges from rusting during the summer months, when humidity can wreck havoc with your equipment.
- Bring your ski equipment inside your house. A climate controlled house will keep your equipment from rusting. If you leave it in your garage humidity and oxidation will attack your metal edges and cause rust to any exposed edge.
- When finding a spot for your equipment make sure it is out of sunlight. Sunlight can fade your equipment causing discoloration.
- Keep boots buckled during the summer, this allows the plastic to stay formed for re buckling.
- Cutting a fabric softener in half and placing both halves in boots. Helps to fight odors over summer, and scare off mice.
Tips to tune your skis for man made snow?
Click here for information about tuning your skis for man made snow.
When does the Mountain Bike Trail Open for the season?
The Mountain Bike Trail opens in May for the 2013 season and is usually open until mid October. The trail is open from 7am till Sunset, the daily trail fee is $5 (new this season). The Mt. Bike trail closes in mid Oct when we start setting up the snow making machines for the winter season.
How do you remove dip stains from the chairlifts on jackets and pants?
Treat the spot with either Simply Green, GoJo, Dawn Dish Soap, Spray n Wash, or a stain remover of your choice.
Wash the jacket/pants as directed on the garment tag.
Do not dry - spots may need to be treated more than once.
Some people take their jacket to the local dry cleaner to have it cleaned
How do I get to Afton from St. Paul, Minnesota?
Take 94 East go south (right) on 95 / Manning Ave. go east (left) on County Rd. 20 / 70th St. go north (left) at the Afton State Park on Peller Ave. S. follow the signs to one of the 4 Chalets
How do I get to Afton from 494?
Take 494 East to Highway 61 North take a right to Bailey Rd. Take Bailey Rd. to the top of the hill and take a right on County Rd. 20 (aka Military Rd.) it will become 70th St.go north (left) at the Afton State Park on Peller Ave. S. follow the signs to one of the 4 Chalets
What was the first year that Afton Alps was open?
Afton Alps first year for skiing was 1963. The first year for golfing was 1989.
Is Afton Alps an easy place to bring a group?
Yes, Afton Alps makes it easy for you to bring a group skiing, snowboarding, or snowtubing. Call 651-436-5245 press 0 and ask for Debbie in group reservations.
Do you have lessons at Afton Alps?
Yes, we have lessons for beginner to expert skiers and snowboarders. Call 651-436-5245 to set up a lesson or a series of lessons (many of the lessons are available online).
Do you rent Helmets at Afton Alps?
Yes, we have youth and adult size helmets for rent in the Rental Shops.
Helmet Rental $8, optional Beanie an additional $5.
What are some Fun Websites for Children?
What hours is Afton Alps open during the winter?
Hours of Operation in the Winter for Skiing and Snowboarding
Open Daily Mon. - Thurs. 9:30am to 9:30pm
Fri. Sat. & Holiday Dates 9am to 10pm,
Sun. 9am to 9:30pm
Christmas Eve Dec. 24, 9am to 4pm
Christmas Day Dec. 25, 10am to 10pm
New Years Eve. Dec. 31, 9am to 12 midnight
These hours are subject to change early and late in the season.
Please call 651-436-5245 for the most up to date information.
What type of rental equipment does Afton Alps have?
Afton has skis, poles, ski boots, tele skis & boots and snowboards & boots for rental.
Afton also has Junior and Adult Helmets available for rental.
How many rental shops does Afton have?
Afton has 3 rental shops and a high performance rental center. The rental shops are located in the Alps, Meadows, and Alpine Chalets. The high performance skis, telemark, and snowboard rental is in the Alps Chalet (Ski Shop/Retail Shop). Must have an ID.
How do you make snow?
When the temperture is below 32 degrees (freezing) we blow air and water through pipes, and hoses to a nozzel on a snowmaking machine. When the water and air spray into the cold air, the water turns into snow.
When does Afton Alps open for the ski and snowboard season?
We usually have a few runs open in Mid-November, although this varies and is dependant on the weather. We need temperatures at or below 32 degrees and low humidity to make snow. We have been open as early as Oct. 31 when we had a Halloween snow storm.
Do you need metal edges on your snowboard to ride at Afton Alps?
Yes, snowboards are required to have metal edges. Wood or plastic edges are not allowed on the slopes.
Can you ride snow skates at Afton Alps?
Afton requires metal edges, bindings, and retention devices to prevent runaway equipment. Snow skates don't have bindings so they are not allowed on the slopes at Afton.
What type of snowboards are allowed at Afton Alps?
Snowboards are required to have metal edges, bindings, and a retention device to prevent runaway equipment. We also recomment a stomp pad so that your free foot will not slip off the the board when you get off the chairlift or wonder carpet.
What can happen if I bounce, swing the chairlift, or push off too agressively when getting off the chair?
The cable that holds the chairlift can bounce out of the tracks. The chair that is swinging can hit a tower or a support. If the above happens, the chairlift can become damaged and the people on the chairlift may need to be evacuated with ropes. Please refrain from bouncing or swinging on the chairlift for your and others safety.
What are your hours for Skiing and Snowboarding?
Afton is open for Skiing and Snowboarding
Mon. - Thurs. 9:30am to 9:30pm
Fri. Sat. and Holiday Dates 9am to 10pm
Sun. 9am to 9:30pm
The exceptions are:
Christmas Eve Dec. 24, when the hours are 9am till 4pm
Christmas Day Dec. 25, 10am to 10pm
The Holiday Dates (9am to 10pm) Nov. 23, Dec. 26 - Jan. 1, Jan. 21 and Feb. 18
New Years Eve the hours are 9 am till 12 midnight.
When and what are the Holiday Lift Ticket Rates?
The Holiday Lift Ticket Rates Apply
Nov. 22, Dec. 24 - Jan. 1, Jan. 21 and Feb. 18.
The lift ticket rates are the full price weekend / holiday rates.
Adults 13 & Older $43 Child 12 & Under $32 Senior 62 & Over $34,
Afternoon 2 pm to Close Adult $37 Child $27 & Senior $30,
4:30 to Close Adult $30 Child $24 & Senior $25
Which terrain park features are available at Afton Alps?
20 foot down box, Booters, Flat down box, Trap box, 45 foot table, Flat down rail, C bow box, C rail, Rainbow rail, Coffin box, 20 foot flat box, Uphill shot gun barrel, Single round rail, Miniature battleship, Mail box, Small tables
When can I pick up a season pass card?
When the Alps office is open. The same hours as the ski area is open. Call 651-436-5245 before you come out.
How much does it cost to put items in the Fall Fair Swap?
The cost is $2 per item with a maximum cost of $10. Afton receives 20% of the sales.
What are the office hours?
During the winter the office hours are the same as ski area hours. Open Daily Mon. - Thurs. 9:30 am to 9:30 pm Fri. Sat. & Holiday Dates 9:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday 9:00 am to 9:30 pm. On Christmas eve the hours are from 9am to 4pm and Christmas day (December 25) we are open from 10am to 10pm. The above hours can very at the beginning and the end of the season. You can check the snow report at: http://www.aftonalps.com/snow_report for daily updates. Please call 651-436-5245 or during the summer call the clubhouse at 651-436-1320
Do you cancel or reschedule lessons when it's cold?
If the area is open we run lessons as scheduled. When it's cold we recommend adding additional layers of clothing, a neck gator, a face mask, a hat or helmet, mittens rather than gloves, hand and/or foot warmers. The instructors will take a break, and will go inside one of Afton's 5 warm chalets, when people are cold.
What are the skier types?
SKIER TYPE I # Cautious Skiing at lighter # Release/Retention Settings # Ski Conservatively # Prefer Slower Speeds # Favor Lower than Average Release/Retention Settings # Type I Settings Apply to: "Entry Level Skiers Uncertain of Their Classification"
SKIER TYPE II # Moderate Skiing at Average # Release/Retention Settings # Ski Moderately # Prefer a Variety of Speeds Ski on Varied Terrain, Including Most Difficult Trails # Type II Skiers are all Skiers who do not meet: ALL the descriptions of either Type I or Type II
SKIER TYPE III # Aggressive Skiing at Higher Release/Retention Settings # Ski Aggressively # Normally Ski at High Speeds # Prefer Steeper and More challenging Terrain # Favor Higher than average Release/Retention Settings
What are the lift rates and hours on Christmas Eve?
Hours 9am till 4pm Adults 13-61 $43 Child 6-12 $32 Senior 62+ $34
Night Rate Starts @ 1pm Adults 13-61 $30 Child 6-12 $24 Senior 62+ $25
What are the hours on Christmas Day?
10am to 10pm
Last day for skiing and snowboarding for the season?
The last day for the season is usually at the end of March or the first part of April.
What are the hours for Skiing and Snowboarding on New Years Eve?
The hours for Skiing and Snowboarding on New Years Eve are from 9am to Midnight.
When does the night rate start?
The night rate (7 days a week) is from 4:30 pm till close.
Night Rate Adults 13-61 $30, Child 6-12 $24, Senior 62+ $25
What are the hours for Skiing and Snowboarding on Christmas Eve?
The hours for Skiing and Snowboarding on Christmas Eve are from 9am till 4pm
How much does it cost to do the Rock and Ride?
To compete in the Rock and Ride some cost $5, and some are free with a paid lift ticket. Please go to the Afton Alps Rock n Ride Facebook page for updates
What is the minimum age for the Ski and Ride Simplified program?
Ski and Ride Simplified is for age 10+
Do you close the ski area if it is too cold?
Afton may close part of the area if it is cold. For example we may close the Highlands, the restrooms will be available in the Meadows (if chairlift 9 or 10 are running) and Alps. Food and beverage service will be available in the Alps Chalet. The only times Afton has closed is for a power outage or sustained high winds that would effect the operation of the chairlifts.
Where can I get a job application?
Go to our employment page then click on the pdf link or come to the Alps office to pick up an application or call 651-436-5245 and we can send or fax you a copy
Who is the contact person for Ski Patrol?
Susan Vermeland at email@example.com
Are there Military Discounts?
Yes for you and your immediate family 25% off lift tickets for skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and rentals. Please present your military ID to receive this discount.
Discount not valid on lessons.
What sizes of Ski Boots do you have in Rental?
We have ski boot sizes between child size 9, and adult size 17.
What sizes of Snowboard Boots do you have in Rental?
We have snowboard boot sizes between child size 12 and adult size 15.
What sizes of Telemark Boots do you have in High Performance Rental?
We have adult sizes 5 through 14 Tele Boots.
Are there AASI or PSIA Discounts?
Yes, you will need to present your current AASI or PSIA membership card at the ticket booth to receive your discount off the lift ticket price.
Level I receives $5 off.
Level II receives $10 off.
Level III receives 1/2 off.
Is there a YMCA camp near Afton Alps?
YMCA Camp St. Croix, only 15 miles away. Group Packages starting at $29 per person.
Cozy heated cabins and hot hearty meals! Accommodations for up to 200 people.
Contact Sue Elmer, 612-465-0561 or firstname.lastname@example.org