SIGNUP – 2019 Western Ski Trips

WESTERN SKI TRIP SIGN-UPS!Winter Park Chair Lift

Don’t miss the 2019 Western trip sign-ups at the June 6 Club meeting.

Next season’s Western trips include 7 days at Winter Park Resort, Colorado, and 7 days at Mt Bachelor, Oregon.

We once again include our Annual Mt Snow Ski Club Week February 11-14, 2019, other Eastern destinations in process. (Eastern trips sign-up dates will be announced at a later date.)

 

Mt Bachelor in all her glory.Click here to view complete ski trip details.

Trip leaders will be available to answer any questions, and will be collecting registration forms with initial deposits.

Our 2019 Trip Leaders are Jim Gahn for Winter Park and Keith Faucher for Mt Bachelor.

Click here for a fill-in Trip Registration Form, or see page 10 of the June 2018 edition of the EDGE.

 

 


TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Trip sign up registration forms (with initial $ deposit) will be collected at the June 6th meeting.
Registration forms with deposit checks attached should be placed in the collection box designated for the specific trip.

Only HVSC members are eligible for registration to be listed as a trip participant during the period June 6 – June 30, 2018.

HVSC members who opt to mail in their registration and deposit will be placed on the trip list in the order their “mail in” is postmarked immediately after the June 6th meeting.

Non-HVSC members’ registrations (with deposit) can be submitted at the June 6th meeting and thereafter but will only be placed on the trip list as per the next paragraph.

Trailsweepers members and guests of HVSC members will be added to a “Wait List” and will be placed on the trip participant list as space is available beginning July 1, 2018.

There are two week long Western USA trips available:

  • Winter Park Resort, Colorado (January 26 – February 2, 2019)
  • Mt Bachelor, Oregon (February 23 – March 2, 2019)

Mt Bachelor Chairlift.Both trips presently have space for 35 participants in addition to one Trip Leader. If at the initial signup meeting, there are more than 35 registration received for a specific trip (over subscription), a lottery will give all club members who sign up on June 6, or have mailed registrations (with deposit) postmarked June 6th or earlier, an equal chance for a space on the trip. In this event every effort will be made to expand the trip’s spaces in order to accommodate registrants in excess of 35. There are no guarantees that such expansion would be successful.

 

Waiting lists will be maintained for both trips. There is always the possibility of space opening due to cancellations.

 

 

 

 


Council Days

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DateDayMountainPriceNotesCouncil Specific
2018/04/06FridayKillington$45
2018/04/06FridayMagic Mtn$44$39 NYCDSC
2018/04/06FridayStowe$76$65 Sr 65+, $48 Child 5-12
2018/04/07SaturdayKillington$45
2018/04/07SaturdayMagic Mtn$44$39 NYCDSC
2018/04/07SaturdayStowe$76$65 Sr 65+, $48 Child 5-12
2018/04/08SundayKillington$45
2018/04/08SundayMagic Mtn$44$39 NYCDSC
2018/04/08SundayStowe$76$65 Sr 65+, $48 Child 5-12
2018/04/09MondayKillington$45

Photo Guidelines

To make your photos available on our “Photos” website page simply do the following:

1.       If you are using a photo service such as Google Photos, Flickr, Imagur, Instagram, Photobucket, SmugMug, or even Facebook:

a.       Create your album using the instructions from the service. Captions and descriptive information are at your discretion.

b.       Set the permissions option to allow others (or those with the link) to view them.

c.       Send the “album” link to Albums@HudsonValleySkiClub.org who will add your link with attribution to the “Photos” website page.

2.       If you don’t use one of these services, just forward your photo images to Albums@Hud...., and we’ll create the Photo Gallery for you.

a.       Size your images to a maximum of 1024x768 pixels at either 72 or 150 dpi to keep file sizes manageable.

b.       Create a “zip” file to include the image files you will send.

Keep in mind that you will be highlighting both the club activity and your photographic ability. Members appreciate sharp, colorful, and interesting photos, so carefully choose the ones you upload.

Zipped (compressed) files take up less storage space and can be transferred to other computers more quickly than uncompressed files. In Windows, you work with zipped files and folders in the same way that you work with uncompressed files and folders. Combine several files into a single zipped folder to more easily share a group of files.

To Zip (Compress) files:

  1. Locate the file(s) or folder that you want to zip.
  2. Select the file(s) you want to zip.
  3. Press and hold (or right-click) the file or folder, select (or point to) Send to, and then select Compressed (zipped) folder.

    A new zipped folder with the same name is created in the same location. To rename it, press and hold (or right-click) the folder, select Rename, and then type the new name.

If you have questions or need assistance please contact john@jfmacek.com