* Alternative locations may be chosen by the trip captain depending on snow conditions.
Ski Trips - On the trips indicated as Apres Ski we will stay at the
resort for around an hour after the lifts close to provide some time
for having drinks together in the local snow bars. We've chosen the
closer destinations so we can still be back in Munich for around 19:00
- 19:30 (traffic permitting of course)
Signing up - To sign up use our online booking system at http://skiclub.cal.vanzoo.de/
In case of problems please contact Stephen - firstname.lastname@example.org
payments may be made to the ski club account - please quote your name
and the trip destination in any transfer. Members and non-members known
to the club may also pay on the bus. Please sign up by the end of day
the Wednesday before the trip - if we don't get sufficient signups by
end of Wednesday we may be forced to cancel the trip. A minimum of 23
participants is required to run a daytrip.
Members have priority when signing up -
Members have priority in bookings until end of day Wednesday.
Non-members only have a confirmed booking AFTER the Wednesday deadline
The daytrips organiser does not handle ski club memberships - if you have any questions about club membership please see the memberships page or email the membership secretary at email@example.com.
Prices - members EUR 45 , non-members EUR 55
Children 30 EUR .
includes the bus ride and the lift ticket! A cancellation fee of EUR 15
may be applied to any booking cancelled after the Wednesday before a
trip or for daytrip no-shows.
Meeting point - The meeting point is the Giesing Bahnhof. The bus WILL depart at 06:45 so you need to be there for 06:30 or so to allow loading time. The name of the bus company is Geldhauser and it should be parked in the bus station.
Emergency phone number - During the daytrip you can reach the trip captain on a special number: +49 160 91119759. Save this number to your handy!
Ski hire/lessons on daytrips - the club does NOT organise ski hire or lessons but don't worry if you are not too experienced; you can either hire for the weekend from shops in munich
(schuster, sportscheck & kaufhof usually have skis for hire at a
good price) or hire when we get there. The resorts we visit generally
have both ski hire and teaching facilities and it's usually possible
for individual skiers to arrange lessons on the day. Check www.bergfex.com for further details.
Insurance and liability -
simply put the Munich International Ski Club e.V. is not liable for
anything. It is your personal responsiblity to obtain appropriate
insurance for possible damages resulting in the event of a ski
accident, medically required transport from the mountain or health care
facility, ski theft or breakage. There are very reasonable rates
available on such policies through agencies such as ADAC and DSV and we
highly recommend that members and guests take advantage of these offers.