Ski Trip Plans for 09-10

Ski Trip Plans for 09-10

Hello OKC Ski Club members. Here we are "its July" and I’m sure your heavy into your summer activities. Although it’s hot outside some of us are still trying to cool off by working on OKC ski club winter trip plans. At least it works mentally. (So they say).

I mentioned in last news letter we would be limiting the number of trips to six, however since then we have added a seventh and maybe by next month we will add a eight.

Here are the latest dates we have. Please remember, these dates and locations are not set in stone and are subject to change.

1. Dec 9-14, 2009
4 day trip to Crested Butte, ski Free

2. Jan 15-19, 2010
3 day trip to Wolf Creek, Martin Luther King Holiday

3. Jan 27- Feb 1, 2010
4 day trip to Winter Park, FSA

* Feb 10-20,2010 *
10 Day Trip to MAUI, SWIM FREE *(Just kidding)

4. Feb 12-16, 2010
3 day trip to Taos, Presidents Holiday

5. Feb 24- March 1, 2010
4 day trip to Keystone Resort

6. March 7-13, 2010
5 day trip to Sun Valley, Idaho

7. March 17-22, 2010
4 day Spring Break to Crested Butte

8. April, mystery trip...somewhere where the snow is good and the lodging costs are hot.

We’ll that’s the latest till next month when we’ll have all the details, final costs etc.

Stan Solo, VP of Winter Trips

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Bintang wrote:
With only eight days and one day trip planned, I wudlon't necessarily recommend going very far out of Ile-de-France. Versailles is accessible by RER, so you don't need to take the national rail. Fontainebleu isn't far away, either. Chartres is very do-able as a day trip it's a nice little medievalish town with a lovely cathedral. As for Normandy, Rouen is only an hour away. Giverny is also 45 minutes by train as well, although the train station is in Vernon, so you'd either have to take a taxi or a bus from there to Giverny a few kilometres away. With the new (well, as of 2007, anyway) TGV Est, Reims, the capital of Champagne and the site of the cathedral where France's kings were crowned, is a mere 45 minutes away. Unfortunately, some of more interesting sites in Normandy that others are suggesting, such as Bayeux and Mont Saint-Michel, are a bit too far away (or, rather, require transfers and long layovers) if you're going to taking the train. If you're driving or plan to spend a night away, I would highly recommend those two. I really adored both. But I also REALLY adore Paris and think that an overnight day-trip on an eight-day trip is too much. But that's just me.Someone else suggested some place in the Loire valley. Given a choice between Normandy (with the exception of Bayeux and Mont St-Michel) and the Loire, I'd actually take the latter. Tours is an hour away by TGV, but doesn't boast any castles of its own. Orleans is only an hour away as well (but, again, no castles). Blois, which does have a castle, is between an hour and a half and two hours away. As with the case of Normandy, some of the other castles that I really loved (Chinon, Azay-le-Rideau) require too much time to visit in just one day by train.IF you decide to go to Versailles, DO visit the town and not just the palace

Thu, September 13, 2012 @ 8:37 AM

2. fnpwzf wrote:
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Fri, September 14, 2012 @ 6:28 AM

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