SKI/SNOWBOARD TRIP TO LAKE PLACID, NY
Our destination is Lake Placid, NY which hosted 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. There you will enjoy world-class skiing and superb snowboarding in a giant terrain park!!!
Date: February 22-24, 2013
Departing: Philadelphia, PA / Princeton, NJ / Morristown, NJ
Organizer: Fred Larcombe with the Harvard Club of Princeton (email@example.com)
The Harvard Club of Princeton, the Harvard Club of New Jersey (our sister club to the north), and the Harvard/Radcliffe Club of Philadelphia have combined forces and invite you and your significant other and/or guests to our first annual ski/snowboard trip the weekend of February 22-24, 2013.
Our destination is Lake Placid, NY which hosted 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. There you will enjoy world-class skiing and superb snowboarding in a giant terrain park. Lake Placid is well known among winter sports enthusiasts, has one of the few bobsled runs in the western hemisphere, and is one of the few winter resorts in the United States which offers dogsled and sleigh rides.
We will travel by private motor coach departing Philadelphia, PA early Friday afternoon and pick up additional alumni and guests in Princeton, NJ and Morristown, NJ. The bus will be stocked with food, snacks, and adult refreshments for your pleasure. We will arrive Lake Placid in time for you to enjoy the exciting local nightlife.
We have put together an all-inclusive package which consists of:
- All transportation
- Friday night lodging
- Saturday buffet breakfast
- Saturday lift ticket
- Saturday evening group dinner
- Saturday night lodging
- Sunday buffet breakfast
- Sunday lift ticket
We will have a drawing on Saturday evening during our group dinner and the grand prize lucky winner will enjoy a 100% cash refund on the spot for all amounts her/she paid for their space on the trip!!!
Signups open on Saturday, January 5th at noon and require a $200 deposit per person. All signups will be handled on a "first come, first served" basis. The balance will be due on or before February 1st Questions?
Contact Fred Larcombe with the Harvard Club of Princeton at firstname.lastname@example.org.