Utah Ski Cabin Takes Social Distancing To New Heights
Vrbo, a vacation rental website, has created the ultimate vacation rental listing: a ski-in/ski-out vacation rental that comes with a private ski mountain for just $100 a night.
Beginning Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. Eastern time, entrants will have a chance to book the home and mountain at this link, making for a million-dollar experience at a fraction of the price. The lucky family that gets the reservation will be able to spend time in a ski-in and ski-out Vrbo cabin surrounded by forested glades and slopes at Eagle Point Resort in Beaver, Utah.
The property will be available for one three-night stay, from Monday, February 15, 2021 through Thursday, February 18, 2021.
What’s more, guests will have the mountain all to themselves for an entire day during their stay, making for an unforgettable experience without another skier or snowboarder in sight.
“Demand for Vrbo properties in mountain destinations within driving distance from home is higher this year, and homes are quickly booking up,” said Melanie Fish, Vrbo’s travel expert for Vrbo, which is part of Expedia Group. “To inspire families to start planning their ski vacations, we created a one-time only listing that combines everything people love about a winter getaway in a Vrbo: privacy, breathtaking natural beauty, access to the outdoors, room to spread out, and an opportunity to make some epic memories together.”
Vrbo’s Book the Mountain listing also comes with private ski instruction and ski rentals.
“Skiing at Eagle Point is always a memory-making adventure filled with stunning pine trees, plenty of Utah’s greatest snow on Earth and all surrounded by 12,000 foot peaks,” said Shane Gadbaw, owner and CEO of Eagle Point Resort. “We love to share that experience with guests, which is why we happily partnered with Vrbo to offer one lucky family the mountain all to themselves. Our resort is considered a perfect getaway from the crowded slopes, and now we are offering this unique experience consisting of some next-level social distancing. We never have lift lines and certainly won’t this day.”