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TRANSPORTATION: 40 passenger bus complete with restroom facilities. Enjoy snacks,
beer and other beverages on the bus.
SCHEDULE: Leave Cheyenne (location uncertain yet) promptly at 3:30 PM.
Bus loading begins at 3 PM. We'll stop for food in Rock Springs and catch a few winks
before arriving in Jackson around midnight. Our buses will take us out to Teton Village to
ski each morning and pick us up after the lifts close. On Saturday those who are
interested can take the local shuttle
from Jackson to enjoy a day of skiing at Grand Targhee. On Sunday we'll check out and load
up early before heading out to ski and then meet the bus at Teton Village for the ride
home at 4:00 PM. We should be back in Cheyenne around midnight.
LODGING AND FOOD: We will stay at the Elk Country Inn located at the
corner of Pearl and Flat Creek Drive, a few blocks from the town square. Dan, of the Elk
Country Inn, will host his famous Elk Barbecue for us on Friday evening. Other meals will
be on your own at any of the fine eateries in Jackson.
|# of People
|Triple Queen w/Kitchenette
|Cabin w/Q, Q, D, Kitchentte
Double Queen = 2 queen beds, Triple queen = 2
queen beds + 1 queen bed in loft & kitchenette
Cabin = 2 queen beds and a double hide-a-bed couch & kitchenette.
Fine Print: We cannot guarantee lodging preferences. For example, if you are a
single and want to share a triple queen with 5 others, this means you would be sharing a
bed with someone. We might not be able to make that arrangement for you, in which case you
would be responsible for the difference at whatever level you end up at. It is our
expectation that this trip will be filled early enough that you will be given the option
of withdrawing if the extra expense is too great.
SPECIAL: $20 DISCOUNT*
*If Full Payment is received by December 15, 2005 (night of White Elephant
This trip usually fills up fast-so confirm your
reservation ASAP with a $50 Deposit, with Balance Due by Saturday, December 31,2005
DAILY (ADULT) LIFT TICKET RATES:
Teton Village: $70/ day, 3 of 4 days= $201; Group rate: $49 (20 skiers or more)
Snow King: $35
Grand Targhee: $69 (round trip bus ride and lift ticket.); $55 lift ticket only
Note - Group rate tickets for Jackson are purchased by Trip Captain and are
$49/adult/day. This will be collected while on bus trip to Jackson Thursday, February 9th.
Group rates are not guaranteed; there must be 20 skiers to qualify. Check the websites
listed below for other prices (65+ or children)
For Information and Reservations: see/call Trip
Gene Grubbs at 778-4861 or Vicki Herrin at 631-1455
This is traditionally one of the most popular trips of the year
scheduled for a new date. It books fast so reserve now.
Jackson Hole Ski Resort at Teton Village, with
2500 acres of skiable terrain over two mountains, has unparalleled bowls, ridges, faces,
chutes and powder for the advanced skier and plenty of intermediate trails for the less
adventurous. The 63-passenger aerial tram serves the summit 4139 ft above the base and the
area is additionally served by two quad chairs, one triple chair, four double chairs and
two surface lifts. This is your last chance to take the Tram.
Grand Targhee Ski Resort is a 1500 acre
powder paradise only and hour's shuttle bus ride west of Jackson. Enjoy the groomed slopes
or run the untracked powder through the trees. The snow is reputed to be wonderfully
light, from heaven, not hoses.
Snow King Ski Resort, right in the town of
Jackson, offers a variety of runs, a terrific panoramic view of town and even night skiing
for your enjoyment.
The Jackson Hole Nordic Center, located at Teton Village, has 17 km of groomed trails and
offers rentals and lessons. Grand Teton National Park and Forest Service lands surrounding
Jackson and Teton Village have miles of ungroomed trails as well as groomed trails at
Cache Creek and Game Creek. Grand Targhee has a Nordic Center as well. If there is enough
interest, we can look into renting a car for an extra cost.
Snowmobile into Yellowstone, dog-sled in to Granite Hot Springs, wagon ride on the
National Elk Refuge, admire the national Museum of Wildlife Art, shop on or off the town
Square, eat fancy or eat plain, tip a few in one of the rowdy bars, see a movie, ice
skate, or even visit the library. There's just not much that can't be done in Jackson!
Fine Print: Participation in this activity is subject to the Cheyenne
Ski Club membership application conditions. Trip insurance is available from numerous
carriers. The Club can provide the names of some carriers but does not endorse any
particular carrier, nor does it have an opinion on the value of carrying such insurance.