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Whiteface, Lake Placid




DESTINATION: Whiteface, Lake Placid
http://www.whiteface.com/

TRIP DATES: February 12-15, 2016

TRANSPORTATION: Round-trip Motor coach Transportation (VCR/DVD & Lavatory Equipped),
includes driver lodging, does include gratuity. Based on 40 paying persons.

LODGING: 3 Nights Northwood’s Inn Lake Placid, February 12, 13, 14, 2016

MEALS: Includes breakfast buffet daily, dinner at the Northwoods Inn start at
$30/person inclusive

TICKETS: 3 of 4 day all area lift Whiteface & Gore Mountains February 13, 14, 15,
2016. With your groups reservation you will be eligible for a $50/person
Bobsled or Skeleton run. Non skier deduct $90, 4th. day lift ticket add on
(must be pre-ordered) add $30. With the inclusion of the three day lift
ticket your ticket will include a *Passport to Adventure.

RENTALS: (Optional) 3 day Ski or Snowboard: $100

LESSONS: (Optional) 1 day: $40, ages 13 and over

TRANSFERS: Shuttle with GROUP bus to mountain

DETAILS: The Northwood’s Inn is currently undergoing a major renovation and all rooms are being gutted and
upgraded. From the hotel website blog as of April 8, 2015-
“Things are coming along nicely with renovations here at the Northwoods Inn. The past two weeks have seen lots
of changes to the fifth and sixth floors; old carpeting and tiling was removed, walls are being repainted (we love
the new colors!), new tile floors in the bathrooms have been installed, new lighting fixtures added, most of the
artwork has been hung and some of the rooms have started to be recarpeted. Next week we expect our new doors
to go in with key card locks (no more old metal keys!), the hallways will be repainted and recarpeted and new
furniture should start to go in soon. Every day we look forward to our visit to the floors to see what new thing has
been added or completed. It is very exciting to see the progress!”
http://www.northwoodsinn.com/northwoods-inn-blog/renovation-update-4.8.15/

The Northwood’s Inn Hotel in Lake Placid has all the charm of an Adirondack Great Camp with the convenience
of a Main Street location. Walk to everything - including the Olympic Arena and quaint Main Street shops. The
Northwood’s Inn is conveniently located in the center of downtown Lake Placid. Enjoy the quaint Main Street
shopping or visit the Olympic Arena.
Northern Lights Pavilion, Lake Placid most unique eatery with an Authentic Adirondack Woodland Setting with
Waterfall and fireplace surrounded by Animals in a Mural by internationally known artist, Lynn Zuliani.

Whiteface Mountain: host of the 1932 & 1980 Winter Olympic offers the greatest vertical drop in the East, 3,430
feet. Whiteface features 85 trails, accessed by 11 lifts including 1 gondola. 44% expert, 36% intermediate and
20% beginner, 98% of the area is covered with snowmaking. Ride the Cloud-splitter Gondola, New High Speed
Quad, and Gladded Areas & Terrain Park!
Lookout Mountain opened in 2009, with a new triple chair accessed from the Easy Street trail, 2 new trails
(intermediate trail meandering toward Kids Kampus and expert trail running parallel to the lift) 2,200 vertical feet,
more Glades will opened for the 2013-2014 season in Rand’s Last Stand.
*Your Olympic Sites Passport provides VIP entry to all Lake Placid region Olympic venues. Also, receive
discount coupons for a bobsled ride, ORDA store purchases and more.

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.