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Yes! You can catch a bus on Friday February 7th at 9am stay two nights, ride ( lift tickets) for two days, transportation by Banchi Outdoor Adventures via motor coach.

Stay at Fort William Henry Resort.  It’ has 3 unique buildings, that offer the perfect mix of historical elegance with today’s conveniences. From the traditional grace of the Grand Hotel, all lodging options enjoy access to the extensive amenities, indoor pool with sauna and Jacuzzi, several unique shops and boutiques and three superb restaurants and Tankard Tavern on resort.

Depart Gore mountain at 4:30 pm to return to Annapolis by 2am Sunday night.*
(*Monday the 10th at 2am)


Ski Snowboard bus trip from Annapolis Maryland

Single: $549 per person | Double: $419 per person | Triple: $379 per person | Quad: $359 per person

Children staying with their parents would receive the following – RTMC transportation, breakfast daily, 2 day all area Gore lift ticket, includes all taxes and services. Parents would pay the single or double rate, ages 7-12 $239/person, ages 13-17 $259/person.


An initial deposit of $100 per person is required when you reserve your space. Final payment & room list are due January 3, 2020. All group and initial individual deposits are non-refundable. Written cancellations received (30) or more days prior to trip date will be considered for full refund less initial reservation deposit if lodging can be adjusted to eliminate the empty bed spaces. If lodging cannot be adjusted, person will be refunded lift ticket only. Written cancellation received within (30) days of trip date will be eligible for lift ticket refund only, regardless of lodging adjustment. “No shows” will not be eligible for refund. Bus groups: Banchi Outdoor Adventures reserve the right to remove any individual(s) from a motor coach transportation program/package, for threatening, offensive, obscene, or behavior we deem to be inappropriate for any other reason.  Complaints from the driver or other passengers are taken very seriously; violations may cause us to revoke your travel privileges, without refund. Banchi Outdoor Adventures, Inc. or the hired Charter Bus Company shall not be held liable for delay or non-performance resulting from equipment failure, road or weather conditions, labor difficulty, or any other cause beyond their control. Vehicles are to be examined for interior damage by the customer before the trip. The customer will be held responsible for all damages incurred. Group leader is responsible for checking the coach at the completion of the trip. Banchi Outdoor is not responsible for lost or stolen property or items left on the coach. Above rate is based upon present market conditions and are subject to fuel surcharge.

Visit Ski Haus Sports  Saturday May 25th, 2019 for our bicycle watersports & skate equipment yardsale event!
Find great deals on NEW & gently used summer gear & ONE DAY SPECIALS!
Everyone that attends will be given a $10. coupon to use today!

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Largest water sports shop in the mid Atlantic Annapolis Maryland

Come to find a bargain & drop off gear you’d like to sell! We do it for you! Drop off your gently used gear Saturday May 25th  anytime after 9am and we will help you price it to leave with us for the day to try to sell. Return by 4pm that same day to pick up your 75% cash or 100% store credit for your sold item. All unsold items must be picked up no later than 5pm.

New & gently used Kayaks, Paddleboards. Bicycles, Bike racks, Watershoes., waterskis, wetsuits, helmets, tree pod, coolest cooler & towables for behind your boat! …

January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month!
Click map below to visit Learn to ski & snowboard month web page for the list of ski areas that are offering “Learn to ski or ride” packages!

Ready for a winter adventure?
Let a ski or snowboard professional instructor help you to learn a whole new world of fun!

Lessons from a pro are available all winter long however January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. It’s a special time when many venues – ski resorts and shops – offer their best beginner learning deals.

They have a special day planned on Friday, January 11, 2019. It’s the National Learn to Ski or Snowboard Day Celebration. Click though to their website on the photo below to learn more.

Snowflakes represent resorts with in 100 miles of Annapolis, Maryland

*Introduce a NEW friend to Ski Haus Sports December 2nd through January 31st & …
You could WIN a $25 gift card!

Get your toddler to LEARN TO SNOWBOARD at the Burton Rigley Park at Liberty for a one hour experience in the park with a personal coach is $30. Includes one hour use of the specialized Burton equipment. A lift ticket is not necessary.

Visit our link page on our web site www.skihaussports.com/about/links/ to connect to your favorite resorts to see what offers they have.

To get you started … In our First tracks department (supplies limited)
Ski Haus Sports has

  • Pants & overalls starting from $45. – $99. for first timers,
  • Waterproof gloves staring at $35. Kids starting at $19.99Waterproof Gortex gloves starting from $65.
  • Hats on sale starting at $15. in our First tracks department.
  • Goggles from Smith starting at $34.99
  • Waterproof Jackets (fully tapped seams) & pants from
  • Killtec waterproof breathable pants starting at $109. & jackets starting at $169.!

December 2nd we begin our “Bring a friend” promotion …
Click picture below to see how sharing the snowsports you love with a friend can be a win win situation for both of you!

January 20th, 2019 is World Snow Day!
Stay tuned while this event unfolds …

Check out …….

Representatives from Liberty, Round Top & Whitetail will be here the day of the SWAP to sell you the advantage card & season pass at the pre-season prices!



Liberty, Round Top & Whitetail ALL children 5 years of age or younger now Ski FREE per paying adult!

Sign up for a trip with your local social snowsports club!
SAVE BIG on group trips.

Schedule of events as follows …

9AM & on … Drop off products to sell

9:30 AM  HOT spiced apple cider & coffee

10:00 am Shop open for selling … SPECIALS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT

Ted Of the Columbia Ski Club will be set up for “TRIVIA TRIAD” this month! YEA!!!!! Stay tuned for more details!
9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 and maybe again at 3PM if Ted’s still hanging out.

3:30PM Drawing for a pair of lift tickets to Liberty, Round Top & Whitetail ….

3-4 Pick up your 100% credit or 75% cash or unsold product

4-6pm Join us inside for SPECIALS in every department
– 1st LAYER WICKERS starting at $20.- $29.
– SELECT ADULT FLEECE starting at  $40.
– SELECT KIDS FLEECE starting at $20.
– SNOW PANTS & BIBS starting at $40.
– KIDS JACKETS starting at $59.
– ADULTS JACKETS starting at $99.
– HOODIES starting at $29.

(While supplies last!)


MEANWHILE CLICK HERE to check out our end of season DEALS on paddleboards, swimwear etc

Now that students have returned for the 2018-19 school year, it’s time to get ready for Walk /Bike to School Day
Wednesday October 10, 2018.

NOTE: Kids will be riding their bikes to & from school on Wednesday October 10th, 2018 …
Please allow yourself extra time to get in and out of your local community.

Drop off your bike now through October 14th to SAVE on a BIKE TUNE up!

Bike walk to school day annapolis maryland


Encouraging safe biking skills is essential to becoming a knowledgeable confidant rider. The information below is a great resource to help you practice skills together. Ideally the new rider get chances to hear & practice the information several times with an adult who can provide feedback and supervision.

Bicycling is a fun & healthy way to spend quality time with your child. It is also the best way to gauge your child’s bicycling skills & judgment.
Consider the following three steps before your child rides to school.adult helps with fit of bike helmet

Developed by the National Center for Safe bike to school routes from the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center and funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation



  • Riding & Driving Focused — never distracted.
  • Riding & Driving Prepared — always expect the unexpected.
  • Putting Safety First — we never know when a crash will occur, regardless of skill level or age; always wear a bicycle helmet when on a bicycle and a seat belt when in a car.
  • Following the Rules of the Road — a bicyclist is considered a vehicle on the road with all the rights on the roadway and responsibilities of motorized traffic.
  • Expecting law enforcement officers to monitor and address unsafe behaviors between motorists and bicyclists that put bicyclists at risk.
  • Sharing the Road — both vehicle drivers (motorist & bicyclist) should look out for one another & show mutual respect.

Developed by the National Highway traffic administration for bike to school and bike safety month.

Cooler weather … more cycling!