2019/2020 CROSS COUNTRY SKI TRIPS
Cross-country Ski Trips 2020
North Conway, NH. – Jan. 19-26. 7 days in the White Mountains staying in 3 or 4 spacious condos at Stonehurst Manor (stonehurstvacationrentals.com). $375 per person, double occupancy. Includes 7 breakfasts and 5 communally cooked dinners. $100 deposit reserves a place. All payments are non-refundable without finding a replacement. 17 people max, unless there are enough people for us to rent a 4th condo. 5 groomed ski venues plus numerous trails for snowshoeing or hiking. Contact Barbara Brandt (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Virginia and Jim Magee (email@example.com)
Stowe, Vermont – Jan. 26-31. One of my favorites! Several fantastic ski centers, easy backcountry, iconic New England town, and cozy lodging with good food. This trip is 5 nights, Sunday to Thursday, with departure on Friday, however you can do fewer nights. We stay at the comfortable Commodores Inn, enjoy 5 buffet breakfasts and dinners, cost $420pp double occupancy, or $630 for a single, taxes and tips included. Deposit of $100 pp by Dec. 20 holds your place. Eileen Greve (firstname.lastname@example.org) 609-204-6451.
Pulaski, NY – Feb. 14-17. Snow is almost guaranteed. This area, called the Tug Hill Plateau, gets dumped from the winds coming off Lake Ontario. We stay 3 nights, from Friday to Monday morning, at the homey 1880 House B&B in Pulaski. Breakfast and hearty soups each day as well as one gala dinner. Tax and tips are included in the cost of $261. No deposit this year. Full cost of $261 is due by Jan. 15. Eileen Greve (email@example.com) 609-204-6451.
Booneville, NY – Feb. 17-21. Monday to Friday. Four nights 7 rooms are available. Maximum 14 people. Total for this trip $300. Deposit $50. Join or add this trip on from the Pulaski Trip. Boonville is 47 miles from Pulaski.
We’ll stay at the North Country Manor, a carefully restored mansion just outside Boonville. Check them out on their website or Facebook. Private or semi-private baths,TV's in rooms and Wi-Fi. Breakfast is included. Lunch and dinners are on our own. Coffee, tea and coco are available all day. Skiing on free groomed trails with 3 systems operated by BREIA. Also Gulf State Park, Barnes Corners, and Osceola X/C center. Most of the trails are easy to moderate in difficulty there are several thrilling challenging ones if you choose to seek them out. Great lake effect snow on the Tug Hill plateau.
Leader: Sue Wills
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 609-668 0539