Enjoy a fun-filled weekend of snow sports with other alumni from the Ivy League, Seven Sisters, and other top-tier Universities. The fun begins on the luxury party-bus ride up, and continues all weekend. Skiers & Boarders of all skill levels & guests are welcome. Each year the ages seem to range from 22 to 60, and trip is “Adults only.”
This will be the 19th annual running of this ski trip. Yes, this is the same fun trip that was originally sponsored by Brown, then by Columbia, and this year again by the M.I.T. Southern California club.
Four easy pickup locations on Friday
Irvine approx. 10:00am, DTLA 11:30a, West LA 12:00p, and Van Nuys 12:30p
(All times subject to change)
Stay in comfortable condos where we can walk to the lifts at Canyon Lodge!
Cost per person is $329 before 12/1/17; then $349 up to 1/2/18; then $369 thereafter, if available. A condo-only option MAY be made available if enough people request it. All fees become are non-refundable after 12/1/17, but are always fully transferable to a substitute.
Limited to the first 42 who register, so sign up now as we usually sell out!
- Round trip luxury party-bus transportation. Snacks & beverages (soft & adult) are provided. Details, including parking information, will be provided after registration. Note that we will be arriving back late Sunday night.
- Two nights stay in condominiums near the lifts. Sleeping arrangements are "college ski trip" style, with shared lofts and/or bedrooms, but everyone gets their own bed! Couples can usually be accommodated together in private bedrooms if they register early enough.
- Friday night welcome pizza & beer party;
- Saturday night transportation to the Village for dinner & entertainment.
Note: Lift tickets, other meals, and Saturday night festivities are not included.
Questions about registration & accommodations: Miral Kim-E: [email protected]
Questions about the fun & Columbia attendees: Anthony Agoni ’84, ’89: [email protected]
Please keep in mind that the fee is designed to break-even with the costs, and everyone helping with the trip is a volunteer who pays the full fee, too.