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January 2016 Club Trip - January 23, 2016 - January 28, 2018 - Lake Mountain Lodge, DuBois, WY

Lava Mountain Lodge  ~ January 2016 CLUB TRIP
CKIN:   SAT Jan 23, 2016   CK OUT:  THURS Jan 28, 2016
Rustic Mountain Lodge & Resort on Togwotee Pass near Dubois, Wy
3577 US Hwy 26 Dubois, WY 82513      Per Map Quest:  Taking  I-80 W   1003.81 miles     15 hrs 30 mins
January Club Trip. DuBois WY
Check in Saturday January 23.   Check Out Thursday January28.   5 Nights

Enjoy a fun filled winter on Togwotee Pass at Lava Mountain Lodge.
Offering world class snowmobiling outside your front door. 675 miles of trails & 600 miles groomed. Thousands of acres of powder riding, extreme snowmobile guide services as well as trail guides. Snowmobile clubs are welcome! Snowmobile supplies (oil, belts, plugs, etc.) Avalanche Beacons for rent or for sale.

RESERVED- The Big House (10people) The "Big" House includes an extra large living room with satellite television and fire place, dining room, full eat-in kitchen with wood stove, 1 1/2 baths and four bedrooms. 

Lodge Rooms –(2 Reserved) Our lodge rooms include two double beds, full bath, satellite television.
 ~~ Lodge rooms (3 per room and share kitchen and meals at the Big House)

******If ALL Spaces filled $185 per person********

If you want your own Lodge Room-couples $573 per couple and share the big house kitchen and meals.

Once I know how many are going; I will have a better idea of EXACT cost! (should not be over $185!)

HOLD YOUR PLACE $100 per PERSON!!!(NON Refundable!)

Final payment due Dec 8,  Dec club meeting.

If your going, let me know and get your $$$ to me..asap!

Space is limited at this price!

Big House sleeps 10... Chuck and I plus 8 more
RSVP, Send deposit to....
Tammy Gaulke                                           **Deposit is non refundable***
9443 NE 130th Ave                ***Sleeping arrangements- depending on couples, Maxwell, IA 50161                               single people and beds available…

     (make check out to Tammy)              Will determine where your bed Will be! 

Gasoline and Diesel Available on Site
ALL Riding levels available!!! (breaking up into smaller groups is just fine!!!)
Beautiful, Breath taking Views!!!  Tetons....! 

Jackson is an hour away.  Trail head at resort.  Gas and food available on site.
Cowboy and heated garage available to hang out(or work on sleds lets hope not!)

 The Continental Divide Region follows the Wind River Range and includes trail systems to the North: Yellowstone, Togwotee Pass, Dubois, Upper Green River and Gros Ventre areas; and to the South: Lander to Irish Canyon Areas. All ser - vices for the Continental Divide Region can be found in and around Dubois, Pinedale, Jackson and Lander, including gas, food, lodging, rentals, and guides. The Northern part of the region boasts of some of the best and most scenic riding in the world. Five hundred ninetysix miles of beautiful groomed trails and thousands of acres of off-trail riding makes this system a rider’s paradise. Snow conditions are good with depths from one to ten feet and one of the longest seasons in Wyoming. The Togwotee Pass area offers some of the best high elevation riding in the in the west. Elevations range from 6,000 to over 10,000 feet. This area straddles two national forests The Shoshone National Forest and the Bridger Teton National Forest. The Gros Ventre area is located just east of the Tetons; with parking just 20 miles from Jackson it provides easy access to the other northern areas. Snowmobiling is restricted to the trail in most places because this is a very sensitive wildlife area. The Gros Ventre Valley is very special with spectacular views of the Tetons and the possibility of seeing many types of Wyoming wildlife. The South part of the region, basically described as the Lander area, has 107 miles of trails through scenic-forested mountains. Excellent ice fishing can be enjoyed in beautiful mountain lakes along the trails. Average snow depth runs from three to six feet. The trail between Lander and Irish Canyon is extremely varied. Expect high mountains with scenic views, and dense forest trails with snow-covered trees that take riders from one huge open park to another. Visibility up to 30 miles is possible. This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources Division of State Parks, Historic Sites, and Trails; the U.S. Forest Service; the Bureau of Land Management; and local snowmobile clubs. Grooming Seasion: Mid-December through Mid-March, depending on snow conditions and funding.