Cascade Mountain Ski & Snowboard Trip - Feb 20-22

posted Jan 26, 2009, 8:12 AM by Troop193admin Webmaster   [ updated Jan 26, 2009, 8:18 AM ]


Departure: Friday, February 20, 2009 Around 5:30 PM

Approximate 2 ½-3 hr. drive to Reedsburg, Wisconsin

Accommodations: Camp Gray. Dormitory style bunk beds with two sets of showers and bathrooms for the boys. The adults/ladies will be on separate sides of the bunk house.

Friday night: Free time in the gym and meeting room.

Saturday: Hot breakfast will be prepared by the staff. We will have a full day of skiing or boarding from 9:00AM until 4:30 PM. Lunch coupons will be supplied and will be available at the base cafeteria. After skiing we will return to Camp Gray for a dinner prepared by the staff. We will have access to the gym and pavilion Saturday evening.

Sunday: We will depart early. The boys should be home by noon.

Trip leader: Tom Banker

 

This will be the seventh year we’re heading to Cascade. We had a great time last year! Cascade Mountain in Portage, Wisconsin has 28 trails including 3 terrain parks & 1 half pipe.  The longest run is one mile long.  There are 10 lifts servicing the mountain. The area is fine for all abilities from first timer to expert. Cascade has a good website with a trail map and lots of information.  Please see www.cascademountain.com. 

 

Since we must have minimum of (20) participants, this trip will be open to the boys, as well as their parents and siblings.

 

There are several forms to complete in addition to the Boy Scout permission slip.  Final payment is due February 13, 2009. Please contact Tom Banker 847-490-1348 , or e-mail me at bankersfive@sbcglobal.net. 

 

The prices include all meals listed above, lodging and a gas stipend for the drivers. I highly recommend a (free) lesson for any first timers.

                                                                        Adult(13 & up)           Child(12 & under)

Lift, ski/board rental and group lesson               128.00                        96.00

Lift only                                                                          104.00                       72.00

For a parent who does not want to ski, the cost is 72.00.
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