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Winter Trip to Lake Placid! Register now.


Join us in Lake Placid for a fun-filled extended weekend!


Members, non-members, couples, singles, people of all ages—join us for a fun-filled extended weekend, Jan. 12-15, 2018 to the North Woods Hotel on Main Street in the heart of Lake Placid. With several Olympic sites within walking distance, Whiteface Mountain 20 minutes away for downhill skiing, and an abundance of shopping and dining options just an elevator ride from your guest room, this boutique hotel keeps you close to all that make the area special including: • Olympic Center • Whiteface Mountain • U.S. Olympic Museum • High Falls Gorge • X-Country Ski Center • Miles of trails to snowshoe.


Local transportation: Our bus takes people to the X-C ski trails on Mount Van Hoevenberg each day. Free Lake Placid Village Shuttles run to and from Whiteface Mountain during the day.

Price includes: Bus transportation up and back, 3 nts. lodging in a room w/ 1 or 2 beds & a private bath / 3 hot breakfasts / taxes and gratuities. Bus: Departs Bethpage Golf Course Fri., 11am. Returns late Monday night.

Prices: Dbl. occupancy $464 pp / Single occupancy $714 pp. Bus driver gratuity will be collected on the way home.

Registration: We must have 30 deposits of $200 by November 22 or the trip will be canceled and your deposit refunded. If we go, your balance is due by December 12. Send your deposit quickly and invite your friends and family! Make your check out to “Sierra Club L.I. Group” and mail it to True Hampton, 26 Revere Rd., Port Washington, NY 11015 with a stamped self-addressed business envelope and your phone number. Questions? Call True Hampton (516-835-7689) or Jane Fasullo (631-689-1568).

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