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Keystone Resort - 3 Mountains, 5 Bowls, 3,148 acres TRIP PRICING Early bird $989 (if deposit of $350 received by 9/19) Regular rate $1029 (if deposit received after 9/19) Late rate $1069 (if deposit received after 11/21 – IF available) See payment schedule below Includes all taxes and fees (except baggage fees) as of 9/1 TRIP DETAILS Keystone Resort is comprised of three incredible mountains - Dercum Mountain, North Peak and The Outback. They offer some of the best terrain: steeps, 5 bowls, bumps, glades, rails, snowcats, lights... you name it. Keystone is the largest ski resort in Summit County and the closest to Denver. (75 miles). Keystone has the most reliable conditions, 230 natural inches of snow each year and 956 acres are covered with snowmaking. An expanded day and night terrain park A51 and enhanced tree skiing. Keystone has more sunny days, lower winds and is almost always a few degrees warmer than any major resort in Colorado. Dercum Mountain (11,640 feet) is home to long green and blue runs and perfect groomers to keep you cruising all day. This is a great place to start for beginners and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. For the daring, A51 Terrain Park, named top-ranked park by Freeskier and Transworld Magazines. NORTH PEAK (11,660 feet), this is the place for skiers and riders that love long trails full of bumps. Flex your skills on a variety of blue intermediate and black expert runs. At the top of North Peak is The Outpost, home to every dining experience you could want. The OUTBACK (11,980 feet), Blue intermediate and black expert skiers and riders will find plenty of long, well-groomed runs here, powder and bumps. There is some of Colorado’s best tree skiing. Lakeside Condos - 2 bedroom/2 bath Units with 4 people per condo. LIFTS 3 day interchangeable lift ticket for Keystone and Arapahoe Basin valid for one day at Breckenridge, Vail or Beaver Creek - All are included in Epic Pass (if you have an Epic Pass we will deduct the lift ticket price ($310) from your final payment). • as always an optional day will be available (don't have a price yet about $75), with the late return flight ( bus for the airport will most likely have a 2:00 departure) and nearness to the airport you might want to consider this FLIGHTS: United: (if you or a friend are coming from another location or have mileage, we can take the price of the airfare out. prior approval needed) - 1/17 - ORD to DEN 4:00 pm - 5:36 pm - 1/21 – DEN to ORD 6:10 pm - 9:35 pm - Round-trip transfers to/from airport(s) – chartered bus with grocery / liquor stop - Airline baggage fees not included in trip price Keystone Mountain Stats: - Vertical: 3,128 ft/953m - Base elevation: 9,280 ft/2,829m - Summit elevation: 12,408 ft/3,782m - Avg. Yearly Snowfall: 230 in/584cm - 5 Bowls! with hike-to and snowcat accessible skiing - Number of Trails:121 - Longest Run: 3 Miles/Schoolmarm - Terrain: 3,144 acres (956 covered by snowmaking) (largest in Summit County CO) - Degree of Difficulty: Easiest: 12% More Difficult: 29% Advanced: 5% Most Difficult: 54% - Number of Lifts: 20 35,175 people/hour capacity 2 high-speed gondolas 5 high-speed quad chair lifts and 1 high-speed six person lift 1 quad chair lift, 1 triple chair lift, 4 double chair lifts 2 surface lifts, 4 carpets - Night skiing (open 8am to 8pm) - A51 Terrain Park So to sum it up: 2 1/2 days off work, 3 1/2 ski days in beautiful Colorado snow, 4 nights lodging, airfare, bus transfers, and some of the best people in the world. All this for $1,029 (with $350 deposit received by the September meeting) to the first 28 people. THIS TRIP WILL SELL OUT – SIGN UP SOON! COSTS & PAYMENT SCHEDULE $989 if deposit received by 9/19 $1029 if deposit received after 9/19 9/19 Deposit Due $350 10/17 Payment Due $350 11/21 Final Payment Due $329 or $289

Keystone Ski Resort

23044 US Highway 6 · Keystone, CO


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Pine Point Ski Club is an athletic, recreational and social club of about 200 members. We schedule several Western ski trips annually as well as a number of local Midwest ski trips,usually kicking off the season in Michigan's Upper Peninsula ( Most of our members are between the ages of 25 and 55, are single, and live throughout the Chicago area. We also have a number of married couples, some having first met at the club!?! Although skiing and snowboarding (yes we do have snowboarders in the club) is our main interest, we offer a year-round schedule of activities. Annual favorites include a Kettle Moraine camping/biking trip (, white water rafting trip in West Virginia (, Chicago Blues Festival ( and outdoor picnics under the blue sky and wine tastings (

We have skiers and snowboarders at all levels: racers, mogul monsters, cruisers, terrain park masters, and raw beginners. If you have never been on the snow before - we will be honored to guide you though this amazing experience. In addition, we offer racing through Chicago Metropolitan Ski Council (CMSC). It's a great way to improve upon your skiing/snowboarding and a lot of fun.

The club has been in existence for over 40 years and we have great networking with other ski clubs as well as ski shops in Chicago and ski resorts all over the western U.S. We are a very friendly group and we are always looking for new members to share our passion for outdoors activities.

We meet every 3rd Tuesday of the month for our regular monthly club meeting (, come check us out and learn about this season's trips!


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