JAN. 4-9 (Monday-Saturday)
DOWNHILL SKIING &/or SNOWBOARDING
Park City, UT
Cost: $760 + your Round Trip airfare to Salt Lake City, UT.
Sign-up by: Wednesday, Oct. 28
Ski Trip Deposit = $275
TO SIGN UP:
You choose your price/logistics:
>> Meet us in Salt Lake City for $760
Price includes: Shuttle Bus from SLC to Park City, 4-day lift ticket, and 5 nights lodging.
>> Fly with us to Salt Lake City for $1,140
Price includes: Round Trip Air from BNA to SLC, Shuttle Bus from SLC to Park City, 4-day lift ticket, and 5 nights lodging.
>> Meet us in Park City for $730
Price includes: 4-day lift ticket, and 5 nights lodging.
Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, Nov. 12 at 5:00 pm in the ORC
Join us for our 20th annual semester break ski/snowboard trip! There are three prices to choose from, depending on how you want to get to and from Utah. The $760 price includes Shuttle Bus transportation from Salt Lake City to our condo, 5 nights lodging, and a 4-day lift ticket to Park City Ski Resort, with 116 named trails, 4 terrain parks and 19 lifts. The base elevation is 6,900 feet, with 10,000 foot summit. We will be staying at the Shadow Ridge Resort Hotel. This is a ski in and out location! We are also close enough to town to not need the shuttle bus service! These spacious condos have a full kitchen, fireplace, and comfortable dining area, plus free wifi , a hot tub, a swimming pool, and a workout facility. The rate we are paying is for “full occupancy”, which means two people are assigned per bed. If you want a bed to yourself or if a group wants to secure a unit all to themselves, there will be an additional $400 fee for every spot less than 4 people or 6 people.
>>>> SAVE $75 if you sign up by Wed. Sept. 30!
Most trips are designed for a small group of people (10-12), and many of the trips require no previous experience. The fee for each trip covers the activity, transportation, in-camp food, camping fees, and group equipment. For more information, look for flyers around campus or stop by the Outdoor Recreation Center (at 2600 Children’s Way and behind the new Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center) during rental hours. This is also where trip sign-up takes place. Trips are open to all VU students, faculty, staff, and VRWC members. Alcohol is not permitted on any trip, except the Ski Trip.