What You'll Get
- $134 for one admission to a downhill skiing trip, brewery tour, and beer tasting with Outdoor Connections ($220 value)
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
- Admission includes round-trip transportation, all-day ski pass, brewery tour, beer-tasting, and a continental breakfast.
- Participants should wear warm, sweat-wicking clothing and bring the following: extra layers, gear (also available for rent), hand and foot warmers, a daypack, extra layers of warm clothing, water, snacks, and lunch and dinner or money for meals.
- Check-in is at 6:45 a.m.; return time is approximately 9:30 p.m.
Groups should meet at 8th Avenue between W 31st and W 33rd street, on the steps of the US Post Office across from Penn Station.
Each event is capped at 14 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Outdoor adventurer Jim Kerlin invites you to spend a day in the snow, communing with nature and working up a healthy appetite for beer in the process. During this day-long trip, Jim leads ski enthusiasts of all levels to the white-covered slopes of Camelback Mountain Resort to spend a day zooming down hills and awkwardly riding lifts back up. Afterward, you’ll stop at a local brewery to reward yourself with samples of craft beer and any pub grub you wish to purchase.
Sail Down One of 34 Slopes and Trails
Camelback has terrain suitable for all experience levels, and 90-minute lessons are available for beginners for an additional fee.
Take a Turn in the Halfpipe
Ski or snowboard up and down the only halfpipe in the Poconos.
Sip Small-Batch Craft Beer
Take a custom tour of Shawnee Craft Brewery, then sample their wares—some aged for months in oak barrels.
Outdoor Connections - Jim Kerlin
Outdoor Adventure Expert
The adventure seed was planted early on for Jim as he grew up taking family canoeing trips along the Delaware River, ski trips to Vermont and summer vacations in Maine. He’s had experience with nearly every kind of outdoor excursion, from kayaking to mountaineering to sponsored mountain bike racing. To share his love of outdoor exploration with others, he founded an outdoor adventure company called Outdoor Connections.
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