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Recreational Services: Ski Bus
Important information regarding the Ski Bus program.
Because Raz Transportation, our contracted bus service, suspended all operations on the afternoon of Feb. 14th, we have postponed our Feb. 28th trip. We are working to secure a bus for Sunday, March 23rd to Mt. Hood Meadows. The price is higher on weekends and are listed below. Students who are signed up for our Feb. 28th trip will have first priority to sign up for the March 23rd trip.
Additional Cost for registered students for Feb. 28th:
The cost of lift tickets on Sundays are $39 more than our evening rate.
Rentals are $8 more than our evening rate.
Additional bus fee of approx $400 will be absorbed by the Rec Services program.
Cost for students who are not yet registered:
Rental- $32 (Skis, boots, poles or snowboard & boots)
We will update sign-up information once we confirm a bus.
Ride the comfy bus in time to the mountain for a fun day of shredding. Ride the park, the steeps or the bunny slope, whatever you choose, you'll love your time in the mountains!
Sign-up in the Rec Services office.
Payment is due in cash or check when you sign up.
Please fill out the form below and bring it with you when you sign up. You can type in the grey areas of the form. After completing the form, please save it as a different file name & then print.