Presentation on theme: "The remaining balance for the trip, as well as medical permission forms are due tonight! Please make checks payable to NP Ski and Board Club. Payment."— Presentation transcript:
The remaining balance for the trip, as well as medical permission forms are due tonight! Please make checks payable to NP Ski and Board Club. Payment and forms can be turned in as you sign in. Please take a packet, and have a pen or pencil handy as we will going over some important information. Please check the phone chain and rooming assignments and let us know of any changes that need to be made before you leave tonight.
Killington Details Terrain Parks: 5 terrain parks Super pipe Base Elevation: 1,165 ft Number of Trails: 191 Summit Elevation: 4,241 ft Number of Trails Open Now: 80 Vertical Drop: 3,050 ft Longest Run: 53,850 ft. Skiable area: 1,209 acres Annual Snowfall: 250 in. Snowmaking: 70% Number of lifts: 30 Trail Ratings: Types of Lifts: 6 surface lifts 4 Double ChairsEasiest: 28 % 6 Triple ChairsMore Difficult: 33 % 4 Quad Chairs Most Difficult: 39 % 7 High Speed Quads 3 Gondolas (8 people)
Okemo Details Terrain Parks: 6 terrain parks 1 Super pipe Base Elevation: 1,144 ft Number of Trails: 191 Summit Elevation: 3,344 ft 5 Mountain Areas Vertical Drop: 2,200 ft Longest Run: 4.5 miles (Mountain Rd) Skiable area: 632 acres Annual Snowfall: 200 in. Snowmaking: 96% Number of lifts: 19 Trail Ratings: Types of Lifts: 7 surface lifts Novice: 32% 9 Quad Chairs Intermediate: 36% 5 Highspeed Quads Advanced/Expert: 32%
Students are to store bags and equipment in a security-assigned location on Friday morning. Please make arrangements to drop off equipment before homeroom so security can check everything and students can board the bus and depart promptly after school Nothing goes on the bus without being inspected!
The temperature for January 13-16 in Killington is expected to be between 25 and 33 degrees, with lows reaching about 15 degrees. However, weather can change! Please plan ahead and bring appropriate clothing for all conditions! GLOVES, COAT, SWEATERS, LONG-JOHNS, GATORS, FACE MASKS, LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRTS, HAND/FOOT WARMERS, SCARVES, HATS, GOGGLES BE PREPARED TO COVER ALL SKIN!!!
Cozy lobby, with a beautiful fireplace and Internet Complimentary continental breakfast area Guest laundry Courteous hospitality team ready to assist in any way Large indoor heated pool and sauna. Game area Most guest rooms have TV, refrigerator, microwave. Meals included: breakfast & dinner
Parents, please talk with your son or daughter about what level which he or ski should ski. Agree ahead of time on what slopes your student may ski, as chaperones will not be able to ski with all 43 students at once, so making the right choices on the slopes will ultimately be up to him or her. Chaperones will be communicating with students via walkie-talkies purchased by the club under Nancy Detwiler, so we are encouraging students to ski in groups so that a chaperone will always be able to be notified if needed. Do NOT ski alone! The Ski & Board Club presented a safety clinic at its first meeting, so club members should know how to classify themselves as skiers. Parents, please raise the issue with your students before the trip!
Please continue to help out the North Penn Ski & Board Club! We have room for 2 more male students, or 3 more female students, to evenly fill all the hotel rooms we’ve reserved for this trip. If you know any students who might be interested, please see Mr. Swindells in room D-18 A.S.A.P.!