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2018 MOA Getaway Locations Announced

Thursday, February 1, 2018   (3 Comments)
Posted by: Ted Moyer, 100360

The 2018 MOA Getaway schedule is set with three new venues in 2018 for a total of eleven events. REGISTRATION for the Getaway events opens February 1. MOA members and guests can REGISTER FOR GETAWAY EVENTS ONLINE.

New MOA Getaway venues include the Cedar Breaks Lodge in Brian Head, Utah, the Grand Targhee Resort in Alta, Wyoming and the Copper Mountain Resort in Copper Mountain, Colorado. Each of the new locations offer spectacular riding based around resorts featuring highly desirable lodging, dining and entertainment facilities. The new locations have been added to the already popular locations in North Carolina, Idaho, Arkansas, Kentucky, Arizona, Vermont, Wisconsin and Texas.

Information for each event has been posted in the MOA's event calendar or follow the links below for details on each location.


FONTANA, North Carolina 
April 20 - 22, Fontana Village Resort 
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho
May 11-13, The Coeur d'Alene Resort
CEDAR BREAKS, Utah

June 1-3, Cedar Breaks Lodge

GRAND TARGHEE, Wyoming
June 15-17, Grand Targhee Resort 
EUREKA SPRINGS, Arkansas
August 17-19, Inn of the Ozarks 
COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colorado
August 24-26, Copper Mountain Resort
PINE MOUNTAIN, Kentucky
September 7-9, Pine Mountain State Resort Park
SEDONA, Arizona
September 7-9, Poco Diablo Resort  

JAY PEAK, Vermont
September 14-16, Jay Peak Resort

TOMAH, Wisconsin
September 21-23, Cranberry Country Lodge 

KERRVILLE, Texas
November 9-11, Y.O. Ranch Hotel  

 

 

 

Comments...

Daniel G. Krivitzky says...
Posted Monday, March 12, 2018
I agree with Larry and Ken. Canada offers riding opportunities that should not be overlooked. So many sites in Quebec, Ontario, and the western provinces. Vancouver island would be a great place, as well as anywhere on the western slopes. Calgary? Edmonton? (Not forgetting the Atlantic provinces, of course) The ‘international’ aspects of the club are often overlooked. Another point: it is not just a ‘GS’ oriented event, but an opportunity to visit new roads, see old friends and meet new ones, or to experience life outside your comfort zone. Perhaps the Club will offer guidelines on establishing a Getaway event for those of us who would like to participate. Dan and Kitty New Mexico ‘Land of Entrapment’ and green chili cheeseburgers
Larry L. Pepper I says...
Posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Hi Ken I agree. From looking at the Getaway locations it seems that only west of the Mississippi river, contiguous to the river and south of the 49th Parallel are adequate locations. That being said I assume a large portion of locations depends: on VOLUNTEERS (so start organizing an event and present it to MOA, Ken) and how long before the current "GS fever" passes.
Ken Dittrick says...
Posted Thursday, February 1, 2018
Why nothing in Canada? Are we not an international club?

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