February 2015

Hi Outdoor Club!
Come sign up for the Blue Mountain Ski Trip happening on Sunday Feb. 8th (7am-6:45pm)
Deposit – $20 (which will cover the cost of the bus)
Lift Ticket – $40
Rental Option- $53.11
Beginner Package option – $89 (beginner lift, rentals and lessons)

We will be leaving by school bus from the University of Guelph Bus loop at 7:00am. Arrive at Blue Mountain around 9:00am, where we will be greeted by a staff member in the parking lot. From there you will be directed to purchase your ticket and get your rental skiequipment. We will meet back at the end of the day in the same parking lot at 4:30pm. The bus leaves Blue Mountain at 4:45pm and we should be back by 6:45pm.
Come by the office to sign up ASAP!

I will be on campus on Friday night and Saturday so send me an email if you would like to meet up. rbisaill@mail.uoguelph.ca
Or stop by the office on Monday to pay your deposit to save your spot!

Sneak Peak at trips coming up this Semester!

Outdoors Survival – Early March – $60
Cross Country Ski Day Trip – Feb 28th or March 1st – $20
Arrowhead Provincial Park Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing – Saturday and Sunday – Early February or late February
Snow Shoeing on the Bruce Trail – Late February
Day Hike to Balls Falls – Early March
Day Trip to Elora Gorge – maybe ice climbing – Late March or February
Paddle Making Workshop – March 1 – $135
Various Blue Mountain Day and Overnight Ski Trips – February and March
Winter Camping Weekend


Archery Trip:
Ever wanted to be Legolas, Katniss or Robyn Hood?! Now’s your chance!
We’re running an archery day trip is coming up in late Feb.
The cost will be around $15+gas$. Sign up will be available once it’s approved.
Ever wanted to be Legolas, Katniss, or Robyn Hood?! Now’s your chance! We’re running an archery day trip at the end of February.
The cost will be approximately $15 + gas.
If you have any questions email Ivan at ytse@mail.uoguelph.ca


2 thoughts on “February 2015

  1. Catalina Medrano January 27, 2015 / 4:09 pm

    Hi there!
    We are to PhD students and we are interested in the club and do fun activities this winter… like snowshoeing and the dogsled activity.
    What weshould do to be part of it or can you give us info of where to go to snow shoeing nearby?

    Thank you so much



    • universityofguelphoutdoorsclub January 27, 2015 / 5:35 pm

      Hi Catalina,

      Stop by our office sometime during office hours (you can find them on the website), and one of our execs would be happy to tell you about the club and how you can get involved.

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