Troop Snow Day at Aspen Valley Ranch 20 Dec 10am – 1pm

Sean Warner —  December 16, 2015 — Leave a comment

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Here’s your chance to get outside and play in the snow a little bit.  We are going to piggy back on UpaDowna’s Snow Day event for some sledding, Fat Biking, Hot Chocolate and snacks.  UpaDowna is a non-profit organization who’s sole purpose is to get people outside!  This event is completely free! They will provides Sled and Fat Bikes for your use.  If you never rode a Fat Bike in the snow then come out and try it. It’s awesome!  Make sure you dress for playing in the snow.  Bring your own sled if you do not wish to share and bring a bike helmet for Fat Biking. This event is for the entire family so parents and siblings can play too!

Please arrive a little before 10 and we can do a short flag ceremony to make it an official meeting. This event is the Troop outing for the Month.

Here is a link to the Upadowna website event and I pasted the information below. http://www.upadowna.org/event/snow-adventure-day-3rd-sunday-adventure/?instance_id=23523. Aspen Valley Ranch is located in Woodland Park.

“Well folks it is time to get out the sleds, fat bikes, snow shoes and hot cocoa!! It is our annual snow day play day at the beautiful Aspen Valley Ranch.

We’ll kick things off at 10am and play in the snow until one! We will have hot cocoa, coffee, and some snacks! Please be prepared with warm clothes, gloves, and hats. Bring your own snow toys or borrow our sleds and snowshoes! We’ll also have fat bikes on hand…thanks to The Hub Bicycle Shop for coming out again to help! 

 

AVR is located at 1150 South West Road in Woodland Park – just one mile from downtown. When driving into Woodland Park on Highway 24 (from Colorado Springs), turn left onto West Road (at the stoplight just past Donut Mill). Follow West Road for about 1.1 miles. The entrance to AVR will be on your left (marked by two stone sculptures). Continue up this dirt road until you reach a round-about. Follow the signs to the parking area near the sledding hill (south towards Pikes Peak). Please do NOT park near homes.

Please Note: Aspen Valley Ranch is not yet open to the public, except during special events.”

 

Feel Free to email me with any questions at seanmwarner@gmail.com

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