Sunday, March 07, 2010 from 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM (ET)
Danielsville, PA | Blue Mountain Ski Area

Join Pack 196 for Scout Weekend at Blue Mountain

All lift tickets, rentals, packages, lessons, and tubing will be half-off for Scouts and their family! The prices below reflect the half-price cost. These are all-day rates. Blue Mountain also offers morning, afternoon, and evening rates. Go to to see those rates.

This special is available 3/6/10 and 3/7/10. Due to Tohpendel District’s University of Scouting event on Sat., March 6, we are planning this outing for Sunday, March 7. Please contact Anne Gaenssle if you would rather ski, snowboard, or go tubing on Saturday.

First time ski and board package for ages 7 and up – $28

1. Ski or snowboard rental
2. 1st time Class lesson – lessons start every hour from 9am-7pm
3. Unlimited use of our three practice hills Ski School Hill, Valley School West and, Valley School East

All mountain ski or board packages
– $45 for adults and $43 for youth

1.Ski or snowboard rental
2.Class lesson
3.All mountain ticket

Lesson times are 9:45am, 1:45pm and 5:45pm register at Snowsports School Dispatch

Lift Tickets – $27 adults or $19 for youth
– Lift hours are 8am-10pm
– Add snowtubing for $5 more
– Kids 6 and under are free when accompanied by an adult

Tubing – $15
– Must be 36″ tall
– No ski boots while tubing

Rental package includes skis/snowboard, boots and poles

Ski or Board Package $17.00
Skis Only $17.00
Board Only $17.00
Boots Only $9.00
Poles Only $ 3.00
Helmet Rental $5.00
High Performance Rental $25.00

The Boy Scouts of America requires the use of recreational snow sport helmets for sledding, downhill skiing, and snowboarding (not ones meant for skateboarding or bicycles).

Scouts will be able to earn the Snow Ski and Board Sports Belt Loop (check and work on the Sports Pin as well. This is a great money-saving opportunity to ski, snow board, or go tubing.

Is skiing or boarding not your thing? Do you have kids younger than 7? Maybe a friend or an Aunt or Uncle would want to take your Scout to the mountain!

15 or more people and a reservation are required for this event. If interested, consider your choices and then reserve your “tickets” and Anne Gaenssle will contact you soon after with further details (How many adults? How many kids? Add tubing? Your final cost).

Do you know Scouts from other Packs or Troops? Invite them too!

W 75 31.251

Boys must know this responsibilty code to meet requirement #2 of the Snow Ski and Board Sports Belt Loop

Know the code. It’s your responsibility.

Officially endorsed by NSAA.

Always stay in control.
People ahead of you have the right of way.
Stop in a safe place for you and others.
Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield.
Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails.
Know how to use the lifts safely