Cross-country Ski - Methow Nordic Ski Trails

Methow Nordic Ski Trails

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  • Sat, Feb 25, 2012 — Mon, Feb 27, 2012
  • Seattle Skiing Committee
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Adults
7:30 AM at To be agreed
Join us for this Saturday - Monday long weekend skiing the wonderful groomed trails in the Methow Valley and beyond. Ski from your door at the North Cascades Basecamp, a comfortable ski lodge near Mazama. Enjoy home-cooked meals, soak in the outdoor hot tub, and enjoy the warmth of the wood stove - after a great day of skiing or skating. One or two trip options will be lead each day, depending on the group's wishes and abilities. $205.00 per person (plus tax) includes all your meals and lodging for the weekend, as well as a two-hour naturalist led winter ecology tour of the Basecamp's 25 acre property. Rooms will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis and are held under 'Mountaineers.' Make your lodging reservations directly with the North Cascades Basecamp (509/996-2334 or and sign up for the trip on the Mountaineer's website. Get your voucher from the Mountaineer website to take advantage of members' two-for-one trail passes! Questions? Contact leader Chris Ensor or co-leader Cindy Hoover (206.783.4032 or We can help arrange for room-sharing. Lodging details: See the Basecamp's website for more information Rooms will be released to the public after January 2, but are still open to Mountaineers at the $205.00/ person rate subject to availability. All reservations require a Deposit of the first night's lodging plus 9.7% tax which will be charged to the credit card number provided by the registrant at the time of reservation. Reservations require 60-days notice in order to provide cardholder assurance of a full refund of their Deposit paid.
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