21FSS - The Air Force\
Home / About / Outdoor Recreation / Day Trips

Day Trips

GET IN THE VAN

2017-2018 Day Ski Trip Schedule

All single day ski trips will meet at the 8th Street Hobby Lobby parking lot (525 S. 8th Street, off Hwy 24) at 6 a.m.

Cost is only $30 for roundtrip transportation, and discounted lift tickets can be purchased through ITT at time of enrollment. Weekend recreational ski and snowboard packages will be available for 50% off when you sign up for a GITV trip!

*SPECIAL OFFER –  Any trip going to Monarch or Loveland is just $70/person, which includes roundtrip transportation and a one-day lift ticket. Awesome deal!

All trips are on Saturdays.

DECEMBER trips

December 2 – Loveland*
December 9 – Keystone
December 16 – Copper
December 23 – Monarch*
December 30 – Brechenridge

JANUARY trips

January 6 – Loveland*
January 13 – Keystone
January 20 – Copper (SnoFest)
January 27 – Monarch*

FEBRUARY trips

February 3 – Breckenridge
February 10 – Keystone
February 17 – Copper
February 24 – Monarch*

MARCH trips

March 3 – Copper
March 10 – Monarch*
March 17 – Keystone
March 24 – Monarch
March 31 – Loveland*

APRIL trips

April 7 – Keystone
April 14 – Monarch*

_______________________________________

SHOE & BREW

Saturday, December 16

Savor the beautiful Colorado scenery as we show you through conifer forests. Enjoy a great day of snowshoeing followed by a frosty pint at a local microbrewery.

Cost:  $50/person. Includes snowshoe rental, guided tour, and roundtrip transportation.

Requirements:  Must be at least 14 years old to Shoe and 21 to Brew.

 

BEGINNER ICE CLIMBING

Saturday, January 6

Did you ever want to climb a frozen wall of water (go ice climbing)? We’ll take you to Helen Hunt Falls, an amazing resource here in Colorado Springs. This is the perfect introduction to the art of ice climbing.

Cost:  $60/person. Includes ice climbing gear, guide and roundtrip transportation.

 

SKI & SOAK

Saturday, February 10

After a day of skiing or riding at Monarch Mountain, how about a Mt. Princeton Hot Springs soak? People travel from far and wide to enjoy this incredible ski area and renowned hot springs right down the road.

Cost: 

  • $100 with adult lift ticket,
  • $90 with teen (ages 13-15) lift ticket,
  • $70 with child (ages 7-10) lift ticket,
  • $50 without a lift ticket.

Price includes roundtrip transportation and admission to the hot springs.)

 

INTRO TO BACKCOUNTRY

Saturday, March 3

Explore the lesser known, but highly sought out, beautiful Colorado backcountry.

Ditch lift lines and let us introduce you to the basic skills you need for a great day in the backcountry. We provide touring set-ups for skiers or boarders, as well as a beacon, probe and shovel.

Cost:  $100. Includes backcountry ski or snowboard set-up, beacon, shovel, probe, roundtrip transportation and guided access.

 

A VAN WITH A PLAN

This is really cool:  Outdoor Recreation can provide you with a van and driver for your next big event. Whether you are going to the mountain for a day of skiing or attending a concert at Red Rocks in Morrison, Outdoor Recreation is here to help you have a fantastic time. Click here for details.

For custom pricing for your next event, call us at 719-556-4867, Option 1.

_______________________________________

SAVE MONEY!

When you look at the cost of an Outdoor Recreation trip, the Single Airman Initiative and the RecOn Initiative will save you a big chunk of money. So go!

SINGLE AIRMAN INITIATIVE

Thanks to the Single Airman Initiative grant, Outdoor Recreation offers substantial savings on trips and programs designed foster a strong culture, mission and sense of community for airmen. For more information, call Outdoor Recreation at (719) 556-4867, Option 1.

 REC-ON

Outdoor Recreation is able to offer special discounts for the active duty military, reservist and their ID card dependents for some of our adventure programs through a special RecOn grant. You won’t find savings like these anywhere. If you’re even modestly interested in one of these programs, we encourage you to sign up for it. We have the grant money today; we not have it tomorrow. For more information, call Outdoor Recreation at (719) 556-4867, Option 1.

_______________________________________

CUSTOMER COMMENTS

Tell us: What are we doing well and what do we need to improve? Click here to connect to ICE – and be sure to include your comments. More than anything else, your written comments help us understand what really matters to you. Thank you for caring.

You are now leaving 21 FSS - Peterson Air Force Base 21st Force Support Squadron

External Links Disclaimer

The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the U.S. Air Force of non-U.S. Government sites or the information, products, or services contained therein. Although the U.S. Air Force may or may not use these sites as additional distribution channels for Department of Defense information, it does not exercise editorial control over all of the information that you may find at these locations. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this website.

You will be redirected to

Click the link above to continue or CANCEL