HOT 100 List Timeshare Number 63 is a Cool Westgate Timeshare Ski Resort
Thursday, September 11, 2008
It’s back to the HOT 100 timeshare list today for The Timeshare Authority blog, as we look at timeshare resort number 63 on this year’s list: The Westgate Park City Resort and Spa timeshare.
This Westgate Vacation Villas timeshare resort, set in the scenic Wasatch Mountains, offers a true ski-in/ski-out experience with more than 140 ski runs that rank from the beginner level to the professional. Ranked Five Stars, the Westgate Park City Resort and Spa timeshare includes approximately 185 timeshare villas, from studio units to 4-bedroom timeshare suites. Most are equipped with a full kitchen, laundry, balcony with hot tub, fireplace in the living area, whirlpool tub in the master bedroom, and TV, DVD and entertainment center. Some of the timeshare villas offer steam showers. For true indulgence, try the famous Papillion the Spa located at this resort.
Amenities at the timeshare resort include a heated indoor/outdoor pool, tennis, gol, and basketball, as well as dining at the Westgate Grill, a full service restaurant that receives glowing reviews from patrons. Onsite is a wine shop, which can be a convenience, since state of Utah liquor laws regarding when and where alcohol can be sold sometimes catch travelers and vacationers off guard.
Planning Your Utah Timeshare Ski Vacation
… here’s some interesting information, as you plan your Utah timeshare ski resort vacation …
According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac , a weather resource since 1792, this year will bring average to above average snowfall in the ski country of the northwestern United States. On The Old Farmer’s Almanac map, geographic region number 13 is called “Intermountain,” and includes all or portions of Arizona, California, Colorado (including Colorado Springs and Denver, Idaho, Montana , Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. In this region, the winter is predicted to be much colder than normal, with snowfall, above normal in the north. The periods of the most snow are predicted to be mid-November, early and mid-December, mid- and late January, and late February.
Region 12, “The High Plains,” includes all or parts of Colorado (starting at Denver and heading east), Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming. In the northern portions of The High Plains, temperatures are predicted to be slightly above normal, but an average of two degrees below normal in the south. The Old Farmer’s Almanac states, “Precipitation will be near or slightly below normal, with below-normal snowfall. The snowiest periods will be in early December, mid-January, most of February, and early and mid-March.”
Based in Dublin, NH (just 80 miles from the Sell My Timeshare NOW offices in Dover, NH) The Old Farmer’s Almanac is North America’s oldest continuously published periodical. While no one can predict the weather with total accuracy, The Old Farmer’s Almanac claims that its weather predictions are on-target 80 percent of the time, which is amazing when one considers they are prepared as much as 18 months in advance.
Although it may still be warm outside, it’s not too early to track down your mittens and go wax your skis. And it is exactly the right time to start shopping Sell My Timeshare NOW’s huge inventory of timeshare resales and timeshare rentals at some of the most in-demand ski destinations in North America and around the world.
Not in the mood yet for a ski trip? Watch the snow silently falling in this short video, shot from the balcony of a Westgate Park City Resort and Spa timeshare.