Friday 24th - Sunday 26th March 2006
PARKING CHANGE - Click here for details on new location
Hooray, another chance to experience skiing at its eclectic best!
Board our well-stocked tour bus to whisk you down, back, and around one of the most
internationally renowned and universally appealing ski areas of the world. Pre-paid member
accommodations include two nights at the Inn at Riverwalk, Edwards CO (www.innandsuitesatriverwalk.com) located
in the Victorian Village and nestled on the bank of the Eagle River. There, after a good
night's rest, you'll enjoy a sumptuous continental breakfast, in-room coffee maker, hair
dryer, and high-speed Internet access (WiFi in the lobby). There's also a heated pool and
hot tub overlooking the Eagle River to while away your leisure time. Also enjoy in-lodge
restaurant, lounge, and exercise.
Individual trip prices depend upon the room occupancy rates shown below*:
* - A minimum deposit of $50 per occupant confirms your
reservation with the full balance due by 16 FEB 2006.
Lift tickets are not included in the cost of the trip but are available on an
individual basis: For example: ALL-AREA, ADULT, ONE-DAY PASS @ Vail = $77 (March 2005)
Otherwise, contact www.coloradopass.com for
information on pre-season deals.
DEPART: Bus leaves WYDOT Administration Building parking lot 5300 Bishop Blvd.,
Cheyenne on Friday 24 March 2006 @ 5:30pm with arrival at lodging around 10:00pm.
RETURN: Bus leaves Inn at Riverwalk, 27 Main St., Edwards, CO on Sunday, 26 March 2006
@ 4:00pm with arrival at WYDOT Administration Building parking lot by 8:30pm.
Trip captains: Barry Mountain 307-778-3991(h), 773-2953(o), and 631-3123(c) or firstname.lastname@example.org and Don Gerstein
307-638-2553(h), 777-5406(o), and 631-4120(c) or email@example.com.
IMPORTANT NOTE "Participation in this activity is subject to the
Cheyenne Ski club's membership terms and 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 any opinion on the value of carrying such