BEMIDJI, Minn. — Bemidji State University’s Outdoor Program Center (OPC) is taking reservations for a March 7-15 spring break ski/snowboard trip to beautiful Whitefish Mountain Resort in Whitefish, Mont.
Set against the stunning peaks of Glacier National Park, Whitefish Mountain offers 94 marked trails and 13 lifts, two of them high-powered. Trails cater to all levels of experience, with 20 percent aimed at beginners, 50 percent at intermediate skiers and 30 percent at experienced skiers.
The public is welcome to join students on this western expedition, expected to cost $375 which will cover lift tickets, lodging and food. Transportation costs have not been calculated. Participants will travel either by van or by a caravan of cars. This trip requires a $50 down payment.
Lodging will be at the Downtowner Inn in the heart of Whitefish. As they do on all overnight trips, OPC leaders will prepare and serve breakfast, lunch and supper. The leaders will also provide some ski instruction to mountain skiing novices.
Participants can bring their own equipment or rent it from the resort.
For more information about the OPC, call (218) 755-2999 or visit its web site at http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/opc.
About Whitefish Mountain Resort
Located in the old railroad town of Whitefish, Mont., 60 miles south of the Canadian border, Whitefish Mountain Resort caters to skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels. Famous for its uncrowded slopes, snow ghosts, abundant snowfall and unsurpassed views, Whitefish Mountain Resort is among the 10 largest ski resorts in the U.S. offering 3,000 skiable acres, 93 marked runs and thirteen lifts including two high-speed quad chairlifts. The resort is consistently ranked in the Top 30 North American Ski Resorts by SKI Magazine.
For further information about Whitefish Mountain Resort, visit its Web site at: http://www.bigmtn.com.