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Jay Peak~ $504


Field Trip Permission Form for Jay Peak:

Room Listings

Any and all requests for room changes must be agreed on by all members each room effected by the change.
All changes must be done by our Advisor Rebecca Glick-Luby

DESTINATION: Jay Peak Resort
www.JayPeakResort.com

TRIP DATES: January 15-18 2016 ( leaving @ 3pm 1/15)

TRANSPORTATION: Round trip motor coach transportation (DVD & Lavatory Equipped)
Based on 40 paying people per coach, includes driver lodging, does not include gratuity.

LODGING: 3 Nights hotel lodging in Jay Peak Village, in the new Stateside Hotel

MEALS: Hot breakfast buffet daily

TICKETS: 3 day all area lift for Jay Peak Resort, 2 day Pump House Water Park Pass

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to make arrangements for their child.
TRANSFERS: Ski in and out, Shuttle transportation to mountain .

Program includes: RTMC, 3 nights lodging Jay Peak Village; 3 day lift ticket, Pump House Pass for 2 days, all taxes and services of staff
All rates are per person:

DETAILS: Jay Peak has some pretty impressive stats that together add up to great skiing and riding!
The Mountain Peaks: 2 Miles of skiable terrain: 50+, Skiable Acreage: 385+, Acres for off-piste skiing: 100+
Base Elevation: 1,815 feet, Vertical: 2,153 feet
The Trails-Total number of trails: 76 trails, glades and chutes
Difficulty of trails: 20% novice, 40% intermediate, 40% advanced
Longest trail: Ullr's Dream—3 miles, Most scenic trail: Vermonter, Hairiest trails: River Quai and Green Beret
Easiest Learning glade: Moonwalk Woods, Best open slope: Can-Am Super Trail, 150 feet wide, 4,000 feet long, 1,800 foot vertical
The 8 Lifts Serving Stateside One of two entry points into the interconnected trail system:
Serving Tramside
The Flyer: A detachable quad, capacity 2,400 skiers per hour
The Aerial Tramway: Vermont's only! Capacity 60 passengers per trip, 360 skiers per hour
The Moving Carpet in Beginner Zone: Capacity 1,500 skiers per hour
The Metro Quad in Beginner Zone: Capacity 2,115 skiers per hour
Total uphill capacity: Approximately 12,175 skiers per hour
The Glades-Jay’s Woods Policy
Explore all of the glades within the Jay Peak boundary but make sure you have:
The advanced skills required to do so, at least a couple of partners, a healthy dose of common sense
Truth be told, our backcountry terrain is, in a word, breathtaking. Just be careful; it'll take more than your breath away if you're reckless or senseless in your approach.
Public skating, hockey or curling are now available at the Ice Haus Arena, skate, stick and helmet rentals are available.
Stateside Hotel: Jay Peak’s new Stateside Hotel will include 85 rooms, a new day lodge, restaurant & bar and a state-of-the-art rental center. An outdoor hot tub will offer guests apres relaxation as well as views of the Stateside trails. Bedding in each room will range from 2 queens to a king with a sleeper sofa. Each room will include a mini-fridge, coffee machine and a mircowave.
Welcome to the Hotel Jay. More than 170 spacious suites featuring everything you need to make your vacation perfect–fantastic rooms, free wifi, HD flat screen tv's, fully equipped kitchens and big views of the mountain and valleys. Oh and downstairs? Pump House, our 50,000 sq ft indoor waterpark awaits, along with the Foundry Pub and Grill, Elevation 1851' Family Arcade, Buddy's Mug Coffee Shop and Moutain Dick's Pizzeria. We've seen even managed to replicate the old Hotel Jay Familiy Room where you can stretch your legs, watch some TV and review the day.

PAYMENT/CANCELLATION/POLICIES:
Students who cancel will lose the following percentages of their payment:
One month prior to trip: 50%
2 weeks prior to trip: 75%
Less than one week: 100%
If there is a waiting list from which to select alternate members, or if the student finds another club member to take his or her spot, the club member will be fully compensated for all payment.

ANY QUESTIONS ASK THE SKI AND BOARD CLUB ADVISERS!


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KNOW THE CODE – Skier/Snowboarder Safety: “Your Responsibility Code” was established in 1966 by the National Ski Areas Association as a code of ethics for all skiers & riders on the mountain. Ultimately safe skiing and snowboarding on the mountain is each person’s responsibility. Following “Your Responsibility Code” will help all skiers and snowboarders have a safer mountain experience. Your Responsibility Code
Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects. Part of your responsibility, as a skier/snowboarder is to be in control at all times on the slopes. Be aware of your speed and the speed of those around you to maintain safe skiing on the slopes.
People ahead you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them. When approaching other skiers and snowboarders on the slopes, remain a clear distance from them when passing. Watch for skiers making quick turns to the right and left in front of you. Keep distance from the skier or snowboarder in front of you to allow for enough room to stop or swerve if they make a sudden turn or stop.
You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above. If you need to take a rest or wait for friends on the slopes, select a spot on the trail where you can be clearly seen by someone approaching from above. Do not stop in the middle of a trail—move to the side.
Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail look uphill and yield to others. Keep an eye out for skiers up the hill as you enter a trail. It is your responsibility to make sure the trail is clear before entering or beginning again.
Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment. Safety straps and ski stops are required to make sure a lost ski or snowboard does not injure another skier.
Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of all closed areas. Obey the closed trail signs. Trails are closed due to avalanche danger, unstable conditions or exposed rocks and terrain.
Prior to using any lift, you must have knowledge and the ability to load, ride and unload safely. Stay within your ability and board lifts carefully and safely. Ask lift operators for help if unsure about loading and unloading procedures.