Midwest Ski Trips from Patty Himmel
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Cascade Mountian 1 day Trip 12/18/2016
We are planning either a drive up trip or a bus trip. We are still working out the details and pricing.
This is a family event.
Boyne Highlands February 10-12, 2017 Indiana Ski Council Racing Weekend!
Friday Morning departure on Deluxe motor coach Bus from Crestwood, IL to Boyne Highlands, bagels, donuts, coffee, hot chocolate on the bus.
Lunch stop (on your own) We will have super cool Nomads pins and ski flags, coolers on the bus for your
drink of choice (no glass please). Games, prizes, and a “theme” for the weekend.
Boyne Highlands ski-in, ski- out Lodging , two-day lift tickets, 2 breakfasts, one dinner in the main lodge, outdoor pool, hot tub, sauna, game room, bar, with a local band, restaurant.
Nastar is will offered through the Indiana Ski Council (on your own)
Sunday afternoon departure (approx. 3 p.m.) Dinner stop (on your own), returing to Crestwood.
Double Occupancy – $450, Triple – $410, Quad – $384
Boyne Highlands offers many fun activities besides down hill skiing and snowboarding.
Adventure Center (http://www.boyne.com/boynehighlands/activities/adventure-center-winter):
o Fat Tire Snow Biking
o Horseback Rides
o Zipline Adventure
o Available at Cross Country Center
The Spa at Boyne Highlands
Also nearby the resort……
· Odawa Casino (click for link) – The gaming is exceptional with nearly 1,500 slots, dozens of table games, and a poker room. Located minutes from downtown Petoskey and within 15 miles of all three Boyne Resorts.
· Shopping – Minutes from Petoskey and within close proximity to Boyne City, Charlevoix, and Harbor Springs, guests will discover a unique collection of boutiques, galleries and casual to fine dining venues among these picturesque waterfront towns.
· Wineries & Breweries – Whether you are an aspiring wine connoisseur or just want to enjoy a beer with a friend, Northern Michigan has the variety of unique beverages you’ve been craving. It’s well-known that wine grapes grow in beautiful places. Most of Michigan’s quality wine grapes grow within 25 miles of Lake Michigan. Here, the “lake effect” protects the vines with snow in winter and moderates air temperatures to keep vines cool in summer and extend the growing season. If wine doesn’t strike your fancy, grab a cold one. With craft beers growing in popularity, breweries have been popping up all over Northern Michigan. From a Mighty “Mac” Imperial Porter to a Fudged Up Stout, you’ll find the names of beers at local microbreweries are as colorful as the places that craft them.
· All winter activities
Do I need to ask anymore? Lots of fun things going on in Michigan!
All of this starts form the usual pick up place: Standard Bank Stadium; 14011 S. Kenton Avenue, Crestwood, IL 60445. Same seat policy to/from destination applies so get there early.
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Trip Cancellation Policy
The Nomad Ski Club through its Board of Directors reserves the right to cancel trips, payments will be refunded. If trips are canceled due to circumstances beyond the control of Nomad Ski Club, payments less expenses caused by the cancellation will be refunded.
Members reserve a seat on a trip by making a nonrefundable trip deposit. Nonrefundable trip deposits are 10% of the trip price for Western and European trips and $50 for Midwest trips.
All Mid-west trip busses will leave from
Standard Bank Field,
(Formerly Hawkinson Ford Field)
14011 S. Kenton Ave.
See Midwest ski trip information for bus departure times.