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 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://www.stevenspass.com/site.
I'm Eric and I'm a natureholic. I feed my addiction any way that I
can, but most frequently through sending big lines on bikes and skis. My
dream is to one day be adopted by a pack of wolves deep in the rugged
Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid,
CPR/AED, AIARE Level I 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.