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Students: Ski or Snowboard at Toggenburg
The Department of Recreation Services is hosting January and February outdoor adventure trips to go skiing and snowboarding at Toggenburg Mountain Winter Sports Center. Participants can choose Friday or Saturday nights for six consecutive weeks from 5-10 p.m. starting Jan. 26 and 27, 2018.
Participants can choose either a basic or upgraded package. The basic package, $125 for SU/ESF undergraduate students and $200 for graduate students and all other SU/ESF ID card holders, includes a six-week lift ticket, transportation and a weekly one-hour lesson. The upgraded package, $225 for SU/ESF undergraduate students and $300 for graduate students and all other SU/ESF ID card holders, includes ski or snowboarding rental with boots and poles, a six-week lift ticket, transportation and a weekly one-hour lesson. Participants must choose either Fridays or Saturdays and cannot switch the evening they have chosen. Additionally, there will be no make-up sessions should participants be unable to attend any of the scheduled sessions.
New this year, students will have the opportunity to add on an hour of snow tubing for an additional $10 extra per session, payable to Toggenburg directly during the program dates. More details are available upon registration.
Participants must register and pay online before Jan. 21, 2018, and space is limited to the first 250 paid. To register, visit the Department of Recreation Services Store Home, under “Outdoor Adventure Trips,” click the arrow to be given the drop-down menu of the different options:
- Fridays with Ski Rental
- Fridays with Snowboard Rental
- Fridays–No Rental Equipment
- Saturdays with Snowboard Rental
- Saturdays with Ski Rental
- Saturdays–No Rental Equipment.
Then, click “add to cart” for your option and follow the prompts to register and pay.
Upon completion of registration and payment, participants will receive an email with instructions on how to register the pass with Toggenburg Mountain through their online registration page. The cost to register the six-week pass is $5.
Yellow school buses will depart from College Place (in front of Sims Hall) at 5 p.m. and will depart from Toggenburg at 10 p.m.
For any questions, please reach out to Scott Catucci, associate director, Department of Recreation Services.