OVERNIGHT SKI TRIPS 2020
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January 16-20 (Thursday-Monday) – BREIA/Osceola (Tug Hill Plateau, New York)
Ski at BREIA (Black River Environmental Improvement Association) and the Osceola-Tug Hill Ski Center, both areas with groomed trails and rentals. Hotel accommodations; dinners at local restaurants
Jan. 24-26 (Friday-Sunday) – Mohonk Mountain House (New Paltz, New York)
Ski and lunch at Mohonk on Saturday, ski at Minnewaska on Sunday. If no snow, we can hike and/or attend Scottish Cultural Festival at Mohonk. Lodging at low-cost motel in New Paltz; dinners at local restaurants.
Feb. 3-6 (Monday-Thursday) – Lapland Lake (southern Adirondacks)
Lapland Lake features unparalleled woodland cross country skiing on a superb 40km trail system designed by Olavi Hirvonen, former U.S. Olympian. Low-cost motel accommodations; dinners at local restaurants.
February 7-11 (Friday-Tuesday) – Garnet Hill (Adirondacks)
A four-day weekend trip to “The Jewel of the Adirondacks”. House rental with most meals in-house make this trip a bargain.
February 11-14 (Tuesday-Friday) – Lake Placid (Adirondacks)
Choose from four full-service ski centers and a rich network of backcountry trails. Lodging at family-operated inn in the heart of the village. Dinners at local restaurants.
February 23-29 (Sunday-Saturday) – Laurentian Ski Week (Val-David, Quebec)
The Laurentian region of Quebec, one hour north of Montreal, is a cross-country ski paradise. Our lodging is within a half-hour’s drive of six full-service cross-country ski centers. The region’s network of backcountry trails passes right by the lodge. Accommodations at a moderately priced mountain lodge; full breakfasts and dinners served at the lodge.
March 5-8 (Thursday-Sunday) – Prospect Mountain (southern Vermont)
2000-foot elevation makes for great snowfall, yet it is less than four hours
from northern New Jersey. Motel accommodations; group dinners at local restaurants.
NOTE: Snowshoeing is available on all overnight trips.
- Beginners’ Ski Instruction Day
- Beginners’ Day Trip to High Point Cross-Country Ski Center
The dates of the above activities will be determined once the snow season begins.
We schedule very few day trips in advance because of the unpredictability of snow conditions. Most day trips are organized on short notice as snow conditions permit through the e-mail listserv “New Jersey Nordic Skiers and Snowshoers” on groups.io. These day trips are initiated by individual members of that group. They are not approved or sponsored by the New Jersey Nordic Ski Club, and all liability rests with the individuals involved. Click here to visit the New Jersey Nordic Skiers and Snowshoers .