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    • 15 Dec 2023
    • 17 Dec 2023
    • Lech,Austria
    • 12

    When: 15 - 17 December 2023

    Where: Lech, Austria –Hotel Bergheim

    TC: Gary Benitz

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    Price per person: 

    • Single Room: 435€ (1 person)
    • Double Room: 385€ per person (2-person room)
    • Family Room: 
    •   Note: If there's only one adult in the group, the first child is charged as an adult. 
    • 385€ per person (14 and older)
      • Under 14: 250€ with 2 adults in the room
      • Under 3: 50€ with 2 adults in the room

    About the Area:  

    Ski Arlberg is the largest interconnected skiing area in Austria and one of the five largest worldwide!  Ski from Lech to Zurs to St. Anton, St. Chrisoph, Stuben or head to Schrocken and Warth.

    Trip Includes:

    • Friday - Sunday trip.  Two full days of skiing
    • Includes bus ride, departing Patch Barracks Friday afternoon (2:30pm load, 3pm departure) and returning Sunday evening 
    • Includes dinner on Saturday night, breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning.  Trip fee does not include dinner the night of arrival.   
    • 17 Dec 2023
    • 24 Dec 2023
    • Arabba,Italy
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    Hotel Portavescovo

    When: 17 - 24 December 2023

    Where: Arabba, Italy

    TC: Kyle Kouri


    Price per person:

    • Single Price: € 985
    • Half Double Price: € 835
    • Note: If there's only one adult in the group, the first child is charged as an adult.
    • Kids Price:
      • € 635 Child 8+
      • € 565 Child 2-7
      • € 165 Child under 2 with a cradle
      • €120 Child under 2 without a cradle


    • 7-Night Accommodation in the 3-Star Hotel Portavescovo
    • 7 Breakfasts (7:30-10:30)
    • 7 Dinners – dinners with 5 different menu and culinary events that turn every meal into a perfect instant to live again past Italian traditions, through dishes and flavors of the Dolomites. 
    • Bus transport to and from Patch Barracks 
    • Wellness Center “Thermal Club "as well as a Swimming Pool, Finnish and roman sauna, Kneipp, Turkish bath, tepidarium, laconicum and a tropical shower which is all included. Whirlpools, solarium and massages are extra.
    • Ski lifts and ski school are steps away from the hotel!
    • In the hotel, you will find the Stube Pub, a sports shop with ski and boots rental and a hairdresser.
    • In front of the hotel, there is a newspaper shop, a service center with ski pass office, ski school, supermarket, greengrocer, bank, post office and pharmacy.

    Ski pass information:

    Ski schools:

    • 26 Dec 2023
    • 1 Jan 2024

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    When:   26 December 2023 – 1 January 2024

    Where:  Ski Amade - Sankt Veit im Pongau, Austria

    TC: Euphemia Greiner

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            Adult Pricing per person:  Determined by 4* or 3* Hotel selection, includes ski / snowboard lessons!

            Single Room:

            • 3*   -  €  1220

            Double Rooms (Price per person):

            •  4* €1415
            •  3* €1145

            Children Pricing includes ski / snowboard lessons!

            Note: If there's only one adult in the group, the first child is charged as an adult

            4* Accommodation:

            • Ages 6-15 -   €965
            • Ages 4-5   -   €440
            • Aged  3     -   €250
            • Aged 0 - 2 -   €145

            3* Accommodation:

            • Ages 12-15  -   €915
            • Ages 6-11    -   €870
            • Ages 4-5      -   €570
            • Ages 3         -   €370
            • Ages 2         -   €260
            • Ages 1<       -   €190


            Please request ski passes with your registration

              Ski Rentals coordinated and paid separately.  Link will be provided after registration.

              Trip Includes:

              • 4-Star accommodation at Hotel Metzgerwirt for 6 nights.  3-Star options available
              • Dinners will be at Hotel Metzgerwirt for all participants
              • 6 Gourmet Dinners and 6 Breakfasts
              • 3 day (Adult) or 5 day (Children) Lessons (Ski / Snowboard / Cross-country instruction / ski-safari guiding) – 4 hours per day (all levels, minimum age 3) in one of the largest ski areas in all Europe – the Ski Amadé (adult lessons can be extended for additional days if desired)
              • A welcome drink and nightly entertainment at the famous Siegi Tours “The Rustica Stadl”  Children are welcome!
              • The legendary New Years Eve Party including a special gourmet buffet, dancing, fireworks and much much more (reserved seating)!!
              • Spa, Fitness & Wellness Lounge at Hotel Metzgerwirt.  Including many beauty & massage options.  Various saunas, an infrared cabin and relaxation areas. 
              • Non-Skiers: Siegi Tours will be happy to help you plan a variety of other activities to suit your interests. Options include: The Spa and Wellness World “Alpen Therme” in Bad Hofgastein, UNESCO World Heritage sites (Hallstatt, Stiegl Brewery Tour, Red Bull Hangar-7, Salzburg City), Shopping, and more!
              • 12 Jan 2024
              • 15 Jan 2024
              • Chamonix, France

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              When: 12 - 15 January 2024 *Bus departs Patch 1200 on 12 Jan*

              Where: Chamonix, France

              TC: Joey Buckley

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              Price per person: 

              • Single € 550
              • 1/2 Double € 440
              Children pricing is with 2 adults in room.
              • Children 12-16 €340
              • Children 6-11 € 260
              • Children under 6 € 260

              The trip includes the following:

              • PSC Bus Transportation to/from Patch Barracks

              Picture this, It's MLK weekend and you just finished up a solid day of skiing. Your legs are tired and your belly is full of fondue and baguettes.  You are sipping on some fine wine and playing charades with your best friends.  Perhaps you are wearing a knitted sweater with reindeer on it, or maybe some snowflakes.  Perhaps it’s a turtleneck, or maybe it’s just a crew, either way you look great.  It's snowing outside and you guys are all sitting around a roaring fireplace.  You’re laughing because you had a great day… and the wine is hitting just right because it's freaking delicious.  Oh right I forgot to mention that you are completely surrounded by beautiful glaciers with some of the best snow in the world.  I’m once again going to mention that the wine is amazing.  Well if this sounds like heaven on earth to you, well I have great news.  This so-called heaven is just a small mountain town in the French Alps, that sits on the border of Switzerland and Italy.  Yeah, I’m talking about Chamonix. 

              We’re talking about the home of the 1924 winter Olympics. Which newsflash, that was the first winter Olympics…. EVER. Yep, you read that right, the first ever location for the first winter Olympic games was chosen to be in a small mountain village in France. So yes, if you like history and the Olympics then Chamonix is a golden nugget of things to find. Another fun history fact for you history buffs, in 1821 the Compagnie des Guides de Chamonix was established. If you know anything about mountain guiding, then you know this was the first mountain guide company in the world. I’m sure that you are getting the point and have realized that Chamonix is essentially the birthplace of EXTREME! First Olympics? Check. First mountain guide company? Check. These French Mountain folks just know how to do mountain stuff right!

              So, if you are like me, you have probably heard about Chamonix in passing or have read about it. I’m going to make an assumption here and assume that you most likely do not speak French. If you are anything like me, you look at the word “Chamonix” with the same cross-eyed look that I did when I first saw it. How do you pronounce an x at the end of a word? Anyways I have no shame and I did what any normal person does, I googled it. (Sha-mon-nee). Here is the link to a certified Frenchmen saying it too. There is no shame in making sure you pronounce it correctly. Don’t ask my advice on any other French words… I only know how to pronounce ski areas at this point, and I have googled them all!

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