Meet Alaska, your Trip Host

Hi! My name's Alaska and I'm a certified yoga instructor. I learned snowboarding in my late 20s and fell in love with it. I love meeting new people and bringing some peacefulness to the excitement of shredding snow :) Peace Out Ski Club is a ski and meditation club for Boston millennials seeking fun ways to have inner peacefulness. Learn more here.

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3-Day Peace Out Ski & Meditation Weekend at Bolton Valley for 20s & 30s

3-Day Peace Out Ski & Meditation Weekend at Bolton Valley for 20s & 30s

Regular price $385.00
Regular price Sale price $385.00
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Updated Mar 25, 2024


Are you looking for a fun, easy way to truly relax? Come ski/snowboard in a restful, zen, restorative setting with new likeminded people!

Shred snow, meditate, share life stories, soak in yummy food and hang with new people.

Hang out with us - we’ll be having a full weekend of exciting & calm skiing at Bolton Valley [on the Indy pass!], plus ski themed meditation/mindfulness practices, snowy yoga, games, delicious foodie snacks and more.

And, we'll be having a home-cooked mindful dinner.

We'll be staying at a chill, cozy Airbnb close to the ski mountain and carpooling from Boston.

You'll get an email once you sign up to help coordinate carpool details.

Lift tickets are NOT included. Please purchase them here.

This trip is rated BEGINNERS, but all skill levels are welcome.

Need lessons? Go here.

See General Information below.



  • Friday, 6pm: Meet locally in Boston to caravan for a group carpool [carpool details to be sorted out ahead of time with an email and groupchat invite sent to you after you book]. We’ll plan to leave Boston around 6pm to ensure everyone has time to leave after work, but if everyone happens to be free earlier in the day, we can certainly adjust times in the groupchat.
  • Friday dinner: We’ll likely grab food on the way to Bolton, it’s about a 3 hour drive from Boston. Note that dinner on Friday is not included in the trip cost, so you’ll have to cover this on your own.
  • Friday night: Chill meditation session and cozy hangouts, late night conversations about life.


  • Saturday daytime: Morning meditation and mindfulness sessions. Shred all day. Group runs to warmup in the morning. Group lunch. Break up into smaller groups in the afternoon by ability level.
  • Saturday evening: Snacks, Ski themed yoga, explore a local bar [bar drinks at your own cost] and a home cooked mindful dinner.


  • Sunday: Morning meditation and mindfulness sessions. Shred all day. Group runs to warmup in the morning. Group lunch. Break up into smaller groups in the afternoon by ability level.
  • Depart around 4pm to go back to Boston.

*Subject to change. Meeting times and places sent via Welcome email.


Everyone will get a private room and private bed. Note that there is 1 room in the Airbnb with a twin bed. All the others are either full or king. If you have a strong preference for a full or king sized bed instead of a twin, please choose that option at checkout [note that this comes with an additional fee to reserve]. If you have no preference, pick the twin sized bed [no additional upcharge to reserve].

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General Trip Information


All the details about your trip - including the most up-to-date weather, packing list and itinerary (especially for pickups) - lands in your inbox 72 hours prior to your trip date.

The sender will be "Al at Outerthere" and the subject of the Welcome email will be "Welcome to [name of trip]" and is only sent from info@

Here's what it'll look like in your inbox:

Please make sure you let your Gmail/iPhone know that this sender and email address are important. 

Additionally, you should have received a confirmation for your reservation and a separate Thank You email with the subject, "You've reserved a trip on Outerthere!"

If your trip is within 72 hours and you still haven't seen any emails from us, please check your spam folder or "newsletters" folder in Gmail.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, ask us in the chatbox here or reply to any email you've received from our official email, info@ 



Guidance by Outerthere, Updated August 2023


Everyone goes at their own pace and regardless of the pace you're on, you will never get left behind or be made to feel as though you’re slowing down your group. Whether you’re coming out for fitness or to just enjoy nature, the pace of the group can accommodate you.


Beginner trips and activities are for anyone physically active at least one to three times per week, including kids ages 5+.

Beginner hiking trips, for example, may cover 0 to 3 miles in distance where you will be walking across unpaved, natural terrain anywhere between 2 to 4 hours with plenty of breaks or an experience will include basic training.

Elevation is within 1,000 feet. And some features may require you to use your hands for leverage, balance, and even getting up or down.

Beginner trips are generally labeled "Easy" or "Beginner-friendly" and in the case of water-based trips (i.e. kayaking), will be on calmer lakes and slow moving rivers. For beginner camping trips, we may go from trailhead to campground without backpacking.

Regardless of the pace you're able to keep, you will not be left behind and will be supported with demonstrations or other instruction until you're comfortable performing the basic activity.

Beginner trips are recommended for anyone who little-to-no experience, but wants to get more acquainted with that activity.


Like Beginner trips, but with more consideration to kids and pets. (For example, other parents/nannies will be present and are happy to support your kid, expect activities your kids will enjoy, baby changing stops and areas are considered, area is walkable with carrier or stroller).


Intermediate trips are a bit more challenging than Beginner trips, but completely doable for anyone active 3 to 5 times per week, including pre-teenagers.

An Intermediate trip may cover 3 to 7 miles, during which you'll be moving anywhere between 4 to 8 hours with breaks.

If you're participating in an Intermediate trip, you will be expected to have had some basic experience with this activity. You may already own some gear and/or equipment specifically designed for the activity and will be OK with unexpected weather. 

And you may even be asked to support Beginners transitioning up to Intermediate.

Elevation is within 3,000 feet. And some features may require you to use your hands for leverage, balance, and even getting up or down. You'll feel it in your calves, quads, hams, shoulders, back, and arms next day.

Intermediate water-based trips (i.e. kayaking, rafting) generally assume you're comfortable in open water and/or with fast-moving water. Although you don't have to know how to swim, if you're participating in an Intermediate trip, it's recommended.

You will need to focus and stay alert at all times for your safety.

When you’re done, you may say to yourself you’ll never do a trip like that again, but afterwards, you’ll look forward to the next one.

These trips are recommended for anyone interested in stepping up their outdoor game or anyone about to start a training program. 


Advanced is intended for anyone (including teenagers) who is active almost every day and could probably put together their own trip, but prefers going in a group with other Advanced fam.

They may cover 7 or more miles during which you'll be moving 8+ hours. Destinations, elevation and weather will be challenging.

If you're participating in an Advanced trip, you will be expected to have had some basic experience with this activity. You may already own all gear and/or equipment specifically designed for the activity and are knowledgeable with how to use it. 

Advanced water-based trips (i.e. kayaking, rafting) will require you to comfortable in all types of water. You should know how to swim.

These trips are recommended for anyone thinking about DIY trips and need some additional guidance, anyone training to do epic, multi-day treks, and/or anyone interested in mixing up their normal weekly workout.

IMPORTANT HEAD UP ABOUT ADVANCED PACE: Please be aware that some fam will attend a trip convinced that they are prepared for an Advanced trip, including maybe you. However, they may have discovered on that trip that they are not as Advanced as they expected. That is perfectly normal and in no way reflects a miscommunication or misunderstanding by anyone. Like it says in Welcome emails, sh_t happens and your trip host can manage.

If that's the case, and you or someone else on your trip is having a challenging time, other fam may be asked to support anyone who is having a challenging time maintaining an Advanced pace. This can mean that someone is going at a slower pace due to injury, dehydration, affected mental state, anything. In any case, trips are safe spaces and no one will be made to feel as though they are being a burden or left behind.


Scouting trips are meant for us to "test the adventure" (like breaking gadgets on purpose to see if they'll hold up to regular use) and figure out all the risks before planning a safe adventure for everyone else.

That said, since we won't always know what to expect, sometimes these scouting trips are very easy and even boring.

Or they are very challenging and extremely dangerous. We won't know until we try it.

Either way, they're fun for anyone who has already participated in Intermediate or Advanced trips, are open to anything and don't mind the unexpected inconveniences (weather, car issues, whatever) that come up on the way to a new experience. 

These trips are recommended for anyone with advanced outdoor skills, lots of experience in the outdoors and a variety of outdoor gear. 


TIME, DATE & DESCRIPTIONS POSTED HERE ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR ANY REASON. Details regarding your trip will be emailed to you after you book.