Snow-based trips may include a variety of activities such as snowboarding, skiing, cross-country skiing, and snow tubing.
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If you have a trip that you would love to take this year please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions.
For those skiers and boarder who just can't get enough snow, we have vans going to local hills every weekend and most Saturdays. Only $5 for the ride, you get the tix & any gear on your own.
Because one day is not enough, we have multiple days now trips to mountains a little farther away! Lodging/food costs apply; you get. You get your lift tix & gear on your own, but the rest is organized for you.
Have you always wanted to learn to ski or snowboard? OAR will bring you up to Steven's Pass for a lesson taught by their PSIA certified ski instructors that includes gear rental, lesson, and lift tickets for a heavily discounted price! Increase your skills and learn how to fly down the mountain with onlly a small hole in your pocket.
Stock up for winter break! OAR offers discounted day passes (9am-close) for just $52(that's a $10 savings) to Stevens Pass. Tickets are ready to use at the lifts; just put it in your pocket and go! No waiting in line to redeem vouchers. Tickets are good EVERY day of the season, including holidays. Purchase in-person from the OAR office (Fitness 173) during hours (http://seattleu.edu/recreation/oar). For additional info, contact us at email@example.com. This deal is available to all current SU staff, faculty, and students! Unfamiliar with Stevens Pass, explore at: http://ww.stevenspass.com/Stevens/index.aspx.
I am truly the
happiest when playing in the snow, and that is saying something because I am
usually freezing. I grew up skiing in the Alps and have thoroughly enjoyed
Washington's mountains. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences and
getting people out to the mountains to experience their own fun!
Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Responder, CPR/AED, AIARE Level 1 Avalanche,
Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course
An adventurous goal helps one discover those essential human qualities - curiousity, patience, fear, alertness, willpower and bodily energy. I found climbing gave a unique sense of control over one's destiny. The exaltation one can get in the presence of mountains can be a memorable lesson in humility and an aid to self-realization.