Granlibakken Conference Center and Lodge will add additional ways challenge yourself this 2012-2013 winter season by including access to eight world class ski mountains and their Treetop Adventure Park.
The resort’s popular and affordable stay and ski packages includes lodging and lift tickets at Squaw Valley USA, Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort, Alpine Meadows, Homewood Mountain Resort, Sugar Bowl, Mt. Rose, Heavenly Mountain Resort or Sierra-at-Tahoe with rates starting at $145 mid-week. Or guests can choose the ultimate physical challenge at California’s first-of-its-kind Treetop Adventure Park, where ropes course meets zip line on steroids. This action-packed playground is an obstacle course set in the trees, 30 feet off the ground. Fully harnessed guests can zip, climb, walk and maneuver their way through a number of obstacles, each with varying degrees of skills and challenges.
As part of the midweek package, which offers Sunday to Thursday night lodgings and Monday through Friday, all-day skiing and Adventure Park access through April 1, there’s also the resort’s famous hot buffet breakfast – heavy carbs optional and comfortable amenities such as a heated outdoor pool, hot tub and sauna.
Accommodations range from cozy lodge rooms to studios with fireplaces and kitchens to one to eight bedroom townhomes. The lift ticket is exchangeable for a $65 credit for on-site amenities at the Lighthouse Spa or the Granlibakken Ski and Snowboard Hill.
Lighthouse Spa offers a menu of wellness packages including therapeutic massage, skin care, spa manicure-pedicures, holistic body treatments, body waxing and health consultations from a staff of professional therapists. Granlibakken, home to the 1932 Olympic ski jumping trials maintains its rustic charm while delivering a high-tech vacation headquarters for families, groups and travelers including free Wi-Fi throughout the resort and transportation from Reno-Tahoe International Airport.