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    • 2017-2018 Reservations - 2017-10-18 14:24:21 -

      Just a reminder - we are now taking reservations for all open dates through New Year's Day.

      Specific dates the lodge is open and current availability is listed in the calendar above.

      We will begin taking January reservation on 12/1/17.

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    • Fall Lodge Openings - 2017-10-18 14:22:20 -

      The Lodge is scheduled to be open a number of weekends in the Fall including:

      • 10/20-22 - Work Weekend
      • 10/27-29 - Golf Weekend
      • 11/10-12 - Work Weekend
      • 11/23-25 - Women's World Cup

      Fall rates are in place and reservations can be made through the regular process

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    • Summer/Fall Lodge Openings - 2017-06-12 09:57:40 -

      The lodge will be open for a number of weekends through the summer and fall.  Please check out the calendar to see the open dates.  Reservations can be made through the lodge reservation email or the reservation contact link.  Hope to see you up there!

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Archive for the 'Events' Category

NJSSC Appreciation Days – Round 1

Posted by skijcb on November 8th, 2016

Hi All –

So you want to save $$ on lift tickets but cannot commit to purchasing vouchers in advance because you are afraid the weather won’t be conducive to schussing ?  Here’s a way you can decide at the last minute whether or not you should hit the slopes and still get a discount !

The initial list of 2016-2017 NJSSC Skier / Boarder Appreciation days.  Print copies of the flyers and keep them in your boot bag.  More resorts may be added during the season so please check back often:

Belleayre NY – 2016-17-njssc-belleayre-awareness

Bolton Valley VT – 2016-17-njssc-bolton-valley-awareness

Greek Peak NY – 2016-17-njssc-greek-peak-awareness

Hunter Mountain NY – 2016-17-njssc-hunter-mtn-awareness

Jack Frost / Big Boulder PA – 2016-17-njssc-jack-frost-big-boulder-awareness

Killington & Pico VT – 2016-17-njssc-killington-pico-awareness

Okemo VT – 2016-17-njssc-okemo-awareness

Stowe Mountain VT – 2016-17-njssc-stowe-mtn-awareness

Sugarbush VT – 2016-17-njssc-sugarbush-awareness

White Face Mountain NY – 2016-17-njssc-whiteface-awareness

Bring a copy of the resort flyer and your ski club card when purchasing lift tickets to take advantage of the discounts above.

THINK SNOW !!

2016 Warren Miller movie – ticket info

Posted by skijcb on November 1st, 2016

Hi !! –

http://www.warrenmiller.com

If you pre-purchased tickets for the Warren Miller movie showing at MAYO PAC on Wednesday 02 Nov 2016, you can collect your ticket as follows:

Meet Chris Budd at Sona Thirteen from 630p – 720pm on South Street near The Green – dinner & drinks

Meet Chris Budd at the MAYO PAC box office from 730pm – 750pm

If you did not pre-purchase a ticket, prices are $23 on-line, door price is not published at this time.  See ya there.

THINK SNOW !!

2015 Craigmeur Club Race

Posted by Mike Rachmiel on March 18th, 2015

This past Saturday March 14, 2015 we had Craigmeur Ski Club’s annual club race at Bromley, VT, we had 57 racers. The weather was 32 degrees, soft snow, but foggy with light rain. The event took less than two hours and no T-bar issues like years past. After the race we had a barbeque in the afternoon at the lodge and the festivities  went late into the evening. Especially thanks for  to the barbeque committee for a job well done.

 

Note: We have plenty of action shots and videos for the web page that will be posted shortly.

 Well in this reporters opinion, everybody enjoyed the race, barbeque and had fun. So remember you have 365 days to get ready for the 2016 race.

Mike Rachmiel

Race Chairman

2015 Craigmeur Ski Club Running order from Bromley printing

 

Craigmeur Ski Club Annual Clam Bake

Posted by Debbie McNeley on July 21st, 2014

CRAIGMEUR SKI CLUB ANNUAL CLAMBAKE SATURDAY AUGUST 16th, 2014
12 NOON – WHENEVER AT THE LAKE  FOREST YACHT CLUB
35 Yacht Club Drive, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849

RAIN OR SHINE

DEADLINE FOR SIGNUPS – AUGUST 6th:

Member Adults -$20.00
Non-Member Adults – $35.00
Children Ages 13-20 – $10.00
Children Ages 7-12 – $5.00
Children Ages 0-6 – $Free

HELP IS NEEDED FOR SET UP AND CLEAN UP OF THIS EVENT.

MENU:  Clams, Burgers, Steaks, Ribs, Corn on the Cob, Salads, Refreshments, Soda, Snacks, Desserts and Much More!!  See below for our “COOK OFF CONTEST!” SALADS & DESSERTS ARE ALWAYS NEEDED.

THIS YEAR WE WILL HOLD “COOK OFF CONTESTS.”  People’s Choice Awards for:
CONTEST #1 – Salads/Sides/Main Dishes
CONTEST #2 – Desserts
CONTEST #3 – Cookies

Please contact AMY STEWART to participate in the “COOK OFF” Contests at any Club Meeting.  


All Attendees MUST sign up in person at a meeting by August 6th.  Due to capacity restrictions no walk-ins will be permitted and we may cutoff prior to August 6th if the capacity is reached. 

Items to note:

  • No Walk-ins – all must sign-up in advance (this is to ensure we have accurate counts for food planning)
  • Parking is limited – please carpool
  • Do not park beyond the “Members Only Parking” – Please respect this area.
  • Park as tight as possible – everyone needs to be considerate.
  • The over flow will have to park on area streets.
  • Under no circumstance is anyone to park on Spring Brook Terrace. This little street is located on the right side after you turn right from Lake Forest Parking lot just up the hill 100 ft. This is extremely important.

 

2014 Camping & Rafting Trip – Sign Up Today!

Posted by Mike Rachmiel on May 26th, 2014

Ahoy mateys! Time to put on your tri-corn hat, grab a cask of rum, and put the 9th annual rafting / camping trip on your calendars!

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This year our voyage will be Friday, July 11 through Sunday, July 13th, camping with Landers River Trips in Narrowsburg, NY again. Friday night, Craigstock will be setting up tents across the street from the pole barn (aka: party place!). After settling in, relax around the bon-fire with your favorite beverage of choice and the every growing circle of family and friends.

Saturday morning we’ll have a continental breakfast set up next to the pole barn from 8am-9am; juice, coffee, tea, muffins, dry cereal, and fruit. The first bus will leave at 9am sharp to bring everyone who wants to go tubing up to skinners falls for an hour of playing in the rapids. The second bus will leave from camp at 10am with everyone else. After a group photo at 10:45am next to the river, we’ll set adrift in the great open waters of the Delaware river. If you’re bringing your own boat, you can drop it off a skinners falls in the morning and then catch a ride up river on either bus, leaving your car at the camp where our float ends.

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We’ll be on the water for about 4 hours so stock your vessel accordingly with lunch or snacks and refreshments. Keep in mind we took on fire from neighboring boats in past years, a water gun (or two) may come in handy for defense (or offense). Watch for one raft in particular that was lobbing heavy artillery half way across the river last year. There is a rope swing out into the river by the rocks on the right hand side of the river across from the camp ground for a last dip before the end of the afternoon.

 

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The BBQ will be set up next to the pole barn around 5pm with burgers, dogs, chicken, salads, chips, and ice cream. The band and bon-fire should be going on around 7pm for dancing (at either one!) and kicking back for the evening . . . night . . . early morning . . . .

Sunday morning will be a mixed breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, cereals, muffins, fruit, coffee, and tea around 9am.

A lot goes into putting this trip together so anyone looking to volunteer to help with cooking, cleaning up and any other tasks along the weekend would be appreciated, please get a hold of either of us at a meeting, email, or call. Please send in registration forms and signed wavers with checks made payable to Landers River Trips for camping and boat rental and a check for $20.00 per person made out to cash for food ($10.00 for kids 5-12yrs). Forms and payment must be in by June 15, so we can get it out to Landers. There will be no refunds after July 3rd.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

When: July 11, 12, and 13th 2014

Where: Landers river trips, Narrowsburg, NY

Who: everyone how loves wet fun in the sun!

Why: because this trip rocks!

How much:

Camping: $30

Rafting $35

Tubing:  $5

Food:  $20

T shirts: $15

This trip has been growing in everyway every year and is a lot of fun, please send in registration forms as early as possible or at the latest June 15th so that we can set everything  up ahead of time. Also if anyone is interested in helping out along the way, please let us know. Can’t wait to see everyone there!

GPS  address for Landers -69 de Mauro lane, narrowsburg, ny 12764

Link To Registration Form ==>

 

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Lee and Abby

Mt. Bike Ride at Mahlon Dickerson Reservation

Posted by Mike Rachmiel on April 7th, 2014

Mt. Bike Ride at Mahlon Dickerson Reservation

Saffon Pond Parking Lot – Jefferson Twp. NJ

May 10th 2014 – 10AM

 

Come & join our fourth ride @ Mahlon. We’ll break the ride into various groups providing rides for all levels. Some loops will be gentle double tracks with a bit of climbing & a just few rocks here & there. Nothing  too crazy. Others will be a little more technical & for the more adventurous. We can also do some awesome fun technical trails. All ages welcome – you pick the ride you want.

There are only a few rules –

1)      Wear a helmet & bike gloves.

2)      Hybrids won’t be able to handle these trails very well. We have some extra bikes. You just need to let me know if you need one.

3)      Bring water or a sports drink, a couple energy bars and a spare tube.

4)      Eat a decent breakfast .(but don’t stuff yourself) at least an hour before you get to the park. Shredded Wheat, Eggs, Oatmeal – all good stuff. Stay away from meats.

After the ride, we’ll go to Charlie’s Tavern for some food & drinks. After that, all are welcome back at my place on Lake Hopatcong for more brews & maybe some water sports, weather permitting.

That’s about it. There will be enough experienced riders to help the less experienced riders with tips and whatever support is needed.

Any questions, you can give Chuck Emery a call @ 973-723-5358. Hope to see a bunch of you @ Mahlon.

Directions – Take Rte 15 No. 5 miles from Rte 80 to Weldon Rd. exit. – No exit sign, but there’s a small Mahlon Dickerson Park sign on the right (Just beyond the light @ the Getty & Quickchek, 2nd exit on the right). Go about 3 miles along Weldon & the Saffon Lot is on your right. Very visible from the road.

Hope to see you there.

Record Number of Racers@ Bromley

Posted by Mike Rachmiel on March 10th, 2014
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This past Saturday March 8, 2014 we had Craigmeur Ski Club’s annual club race at Bromley, VT, we had 72 racers which is a new club record. The weather was Sunny, 35 degrees and plenty of snow. As members were waiting to bash the gates, we had a few snow ball fights, a few made a snowman or two, some were waxing & sharping and some came to the event with newly purchased ski’s to give them that extra edge in the gates. The event took less than two hours, the new photographer took plenty of action shots, the pictures will be available for copying at future meetings, all the competitors seem to walk away with the feeling that they gave their all and other then a T-bar issue by the mountain near the end it was a great day.

Well in this reports opinion, everybody enjoyed the race, barbeque and fun. So remember you have 365 days to get ready for the 2015 race.

Mike Rachmiel

Race Chairman

2014 Craigmeur Ski Club Race Results

Craigmeur Ski Club 2013 Holiday Party

Posted by Mike Rachmiel on December 1st, 2013

Dec 11 @ Exchange $25 per person includes buffet dinner & DJ. Extra’s cash bar and no grab bag.

See Eric Strand  for sign-ups & payment

Be sure your ski club kicks off its winter season with us. Come and get inspired to hit the mountains when Warren Miller’s newest 2013 film – “Ticket to Ride” – comes to Symphony Space, 95th and Broadway, on Saturday, November 16, 2013. There are 2 showings – one at 6 pm and the other at 9 pm.

All attendees will receive free lift ticket vouchers to Gore Mountain, Jiminy Peak, Sugarbush, and Belleayre Mountain (some restrictions apply). Attendees also receive Warren Miller’s Snow World Magazine and a year’s free subscription to Ski Magazine. There will also be a raffle give away for some great prizes.

Tickets are: Adults – $22 in advance, or $25 day of the show; Children under 17 – $17 in advance, $20 day of the show. Groups of ten or more – $18 in advance. Note: Group tickets must be purchased in advance and only at Symphony Space.

Tickets can be purchased from:

Peter Norton Symphony Space; 2537 Broadway at 95th St., New York, NY 10025

In person at the Box Office Window: Tues.-Sun. 1 pm to 6 pm

By phone: 212.864.5400; Tues.-Sun. 1 pm to 6 pm

Tickets online:  http://www.symphonyspace.org/events

Paragon Sporting Goods
867 Broadway at 18th Street, New York, NY; 212.255.8036

(Public transit: 1&9 trains to 18th Street Station; L, N, R, 4, 5, & 6 trains to 14th Street Union Station)

In person: Monday thru Saturday: 10am – 8:30pm, Sat 10-8 and Sunday 11 am – 7 pm

Note: Tickets will not be available at Paragon the day the event, November 16. On the day of the event, purchase tickets ($25) only at Symphony Space.

For additional information.. film descriptions, athletes, directions, visit our web:

http://www.chestnutmtnproductions.com/warren_miller/warren_miller_nyc.htm

The Metropolitan New York Ski Council is a sponsor and will again host a table at the shows to promote all the member clubs.

Craigmeur Ski Club 2013/2014 Season Kick-off Party

Posted by Mike Rachmiel on October 17th, 2013

November 6, 2013

Craigmeur Ski Club 2013/2014 Season Kick-off Party

The events consistent of the following;

-Beverage night

 

-Ski & Snow board fashion show

Note: Looking for models, if you have the itch to walk the run way then contact Maryanne

-The famous door prize raffle hosted by Bill  Siudmak, which includes  vouchers, gift certificates, and merchandise donated by ski mountians.

Note: Bill is  requesting  that if any member has unused gifts or merchandise, instead of putting into a garage sale, regift it back to the club. Send Bill an email at Craigmeurski@comcast.net  and let him know what you will bring or get to the exchange for the party.

-Also we’ll be having a ski shop present and Pasbt tuning will also be present to get you ski’s & snowboard  ready for the season.