I loved being able to sleep on the way up and watch movies on the way back. Took all the hassle away from the trip and just left an amazing time,” said Kendra, a Bay Area Ski Bus customer.
San Francisco (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
Now in its 16th season, Bay Area Ski Bus’s luxury buses run every Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday and one additional weekday per week with pick-up locations in San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek, Sunnyvale, Foster City, Pleasanton and San Rafael. With over 1,700 bus trips under its belt, staff on both shores of Lake Tahoe and a fleet of experienced trip hosts and drivers, the Bay Area Ski Bus is a safe and convenient way to get to the slopes. The buses are stylish and comfortable, each with a restroom and multiple TVs for movies.
With today’s gas and lift ticket prices, the Bay Area Ski Bus is a sweet deal—just $109 for adults and teens, $85 for children and $89–$99 for seniors. A one-day trip includes transportation up and back, a lift ticket, continental breakfast on the bus and après-ski refreshments. The Bay Area Ski Bus saves money and time spent on driving, parking at the resort and waiting in lift ticket lines, leaving more time for skiing and relaxation. Specialists are on hand for arranging group trips.
“Laureen from Orinda, Calif. told Bay Area Ski Bus, “I am impressed by the preciseness in which these Tahoe trips run.” Jonathan, another customer, said, “As a first-time rider on the Bay Area Ski Bus, I was very pleased with the overall experience.”
Looking to go further than Tahoe? Ski Ride Tours, sister company to Bay Area Ski Bus, offers the following 2012 destination packages: Big Sky, Mont. from Feb. 4–11, Alta-Snowbird, Utah from March 3–8 and Telluride, Colo. from March 31–April 5. These trips, hosted by owners Brian and KC McCooey, include roundtrip airfare, lodging, lift tickets and shuttles.
For more information, call (925) 680-4FUN or check out http://www.bayareaskibus.com.