Book now for the snowboard challenge of a lifetime! Ride 150,000 vertical feet over six days, at six of Colorado’s finest resorts and raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Trust.

A national charity supporting people in the UK with multiple sclerosis, the Multiple Sclerosis Trust has organized a snowboard & ski challenge in January, 2008 called ‘MS Trust Monster Ski 2008,’ and we need your help! From tree-lined runs through undulating terrain to challenging slopes in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, this trip promises spectacular snow and a real once in a lifetime experience. All lift passes, accommodation, flights and transfers are included as well as the services of experienced guides who will lead each group.

The challenge is to ride 150,000 vertical feet over six days, at six great resorts in Colorado: Beaver Creek, Vail, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Winter Park and Breckenridge. It’s the equivalent of covering the height of Mount Everest every day!

Multiple sclerosis is the most common cause of neurological disability amongst young adults, affecting over 85,000 people in the UK. People are usually diagnosed in their 20s and 30s and it has a huge impact on people’s lives. The MS trust works to support people with MS by providing information, educating health professionals, funding research and campaigning for better services. The funds raised through Monster Ski will help us continue this work.

Itinerary:

Colorado: 24 January — 2 February, 2008
DAY1: Travel to Vail
DAY 2: Warm up day in Vail.
DAY 3: Beaver Creek: The challenge begins!
DAY 4: Vail
DAY 5: Copper Mountain
DAY 6: Keystone
DAY 7: Winter Park
DAY 8: Breckenridge. Final night gala dinner.
DAY 9: Depart.

For further information visit www.mstrust.org.uk/monsterski