UPCOMING SKI TRIPS 2019 - 2020 SEASON

Come out and join the fun with our ski trips. Check out the list below to find out what trip might be right for you.

January 3 ‑ 5, 2020         greekpeak.net

Join us on the first KOPSC trip of the season and get those ski legs in shape with 2 days of skiing! 

Cost: $489.00

January 17, 2020  www.elkskier.com

Elk Mountain Mental Health Day........

Cost: $87.00  

January 19 - 25, 2020          www.schweitzer.com

Schweitzer is the largest ski area in Idaho (or Washington) with 2900 acres of terrain for every ability level.  The mountain gets an average annual snowfall of 300 inches and has 92 runs served by Idaho’s only high-speed six-pack chairlift plus two high-speed quads..........

Cost: $1499.00

January 31 - February 3, 2020          www.okemo.com

Super Bowl Weekend 

Roundtrip motor coach transportation
3 nights at the Pointe at Castle Hill Resort and Spa..................

Cost: $649

February 8 - 15, 2020          www.parkcitymountain.com

A fun-filled action-packed week is planned at Park City, Canyons, Sundance and Deer Valley. Zermatt Resort, a 4-star, 4-diamond hotel in Midway, Utah will be our home base for the week. .........

Cost: $1,989

February 12, 2020

HUMP DAY at MONTAGE MOUNTAIN

DRIVE UP EVENT – No Limit -- February 12

February 14 - 22, 2020          www.stantonamarlberg.com

St. Anton am Arlberg is an Austrian village in the Tyrolean Alps. It's known as a gateway to the Arlberg ski region and is often called the “cradle of alpine skiing” for its role in inventing the sport. ...........

Cost  $2,300

February 23 - March 1, 2020   (Sunday to Sunday)          www.tellurideskiresort.com

The Best Big Mountain and Little Ski Town in America” (Conde Nast) 
Ski at the resort rated #1 in North America by readers of Conde Nast! Legendary Telluride is internationally recognized as an out-standing destination for snow sports enthusiasts...........

Cost: $2,149.00

February 28 - March 1, 2020        magicmtn.com

Roundtrip motor coach transportation
2 nights lodging at Upper Pass Lodge, walk to slopes............

Cost: $ 455

March 11 - 15, 2020          www.tremblant.ca

Roundtrip motor coach transportation
4 nights at Lodge del la Montagne (condominiums)............

Cost: $ 719

April 3 ‑ 8, 2020          www.coppercolorado.com 

Copper Mountain enjoys an average annual snowfall of 305 inches and has 140 marked trails served by 24 lifts. The 2019‐2020 ski season will feature a brand‐new lift servicing Tucker Mountain. .............

Cost: $1349.00

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KOPSC Ski Trips Policy

 

IMPORTANT: It is the member’s responsibility to read, understand, and adhere to this policy.

 

RESERVATIONS:
A member must be in good standing as of June 1st of the prior season to be eligible for the “first signup rights” for King of Prussia ski trips (e.g., member as of June 1, 2018 to sign up for 2018-2019 trips). The dates for first signup and regular signup are determined by whether the trip is designated as an “early signup” trip or a “regular signup” trip.

 

Early signup trips:

First signup occurs on a designated date in August (usually the second Wednesday) for trips taking early signups. (Information about early signup trips will be published in the Monthly Mogul and on the club’s website.) If you are a member in good standing as of the previous June 1st, you may register by mail for these trips. Members who joined after June 1st may sign up for these trips by mail on or after September 1st or in person at the September general meeting.

 

Regular signup trips:

For members in good standing as of the previous June 1st, first signup for these trips occurs at the September general meeting. Members who joined after June 1st may sign up for these trips after the close of the September general meeting.

EPSC Reciprocity:

Members of other EPSC clubs are allowed to sign up for KOPSC trips after the October general meeting. Membership in KOPSC is not required, but participants must be able to prove current membership in an EPSC club.

 

Payment (all trips):

Initial payment, $35 of which is nonrefundable, must be accompanied by a properly completed and signed trip registration form. No reservation will be accepted without a form and deposit. Reservations will not be accepted from nonmembers, with the exception of EPSC club members as stipulated above. A payment schedule is provided for each trip and must be adhered to in order for individuals to retain their reserved spot.

 

CANCELLATION BY A MEMBER:
Full refund (minus minimum $35 nonrefundable portion) will be issued IF SPOT IS FILLED. The trip leader will attempt to fill the cancelled spot from the waiting list first. If the spot cannot be filled from the waiting list, after confirming with the trip leader, the person cancelling may attempt to find a replacement at full or discounted cost, with the cancelling participant taking any loss incurred. Spots cannot be sold prior to exhausting the waiting list. Payments must be made to the club (through the trip leader), rather than directly to the cancelling member.

 

If a suitable replacement cannot be found, the member remains liable for any expense the club incurs, up to the entire cost of the trip. The trip leader will process any partial refund for funds returned by the travel agent, airline, or other vendor.

 

If additional costs are incurred due to cancellations (e.g., taxes, airline ticket-change fees, lodging), the cancelling member is responsible for those charges.

 

Last-Minute Cancellations

Trip participants must understand that it may not be possible to find a replacement in the week leading up to a trip, in which case, the participant may be held responsible for the full cost. This particularly holds for air trips, owing to increasingly restrictive airline policies regarding last-minute passenger changes.

 

CANCELLATION BY THE CLUB:

In the event the club cancels a scheduled ski trip due to lack of snow or any other reason, the club will attempt to reimburse the participants to the extent possible. This is dependent upon the cancellation policies of lodges and transportation companies.

 

Because of the changeable and unpredictable nature of ski conditions, cancellation by the club due to lack of snow is extremely unlikely. If you feel that going on a particular trip is not worth your while, you are free to cancel, subject to the provisions described in the section “Cancellation by a Member.”

 

TRIP INSURANCE:

It is highly recommended that each member who signs up for a trip consider purchasing trip insurance. Be sure to ask your trip leader for information on insurance options available to you.

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