Sun Peaks Weekend 2016

July 15-17 BCIR 25th Anniversary Party (aka Sun Peaks “Flash Back” Weekend)

PCA BC Interior with Canada West Region

Location: Sun Peaks Resort

Beautiful Sun Peaks Resort, just North of Kamloops, BC.

RSVP

Two simple steps:

  1. Email Duane Bentley at president@bci.pca.org (or Brian McCormick bmccormack@telus.net if CWR member) AND

  2. Call Sun Peaks Grand to book your hotel (details below).

Cost & Value

This event is driven by volunteers! This event has no event fee per se, except:

  • $40 per person for Sat evening private BBQ dinner & entertainment (cost includes gratuity & tax).

  • Optional: $25 per person for Mountain Cross Carts Sunday morning.


All PCA BCI Region Members in attendance will receive a 25th Anniversary Coffee Mug.


Other typical costs are self-pay such as meals and accommodation (details below).

Accommodation

  • For reservations call: +1 (250) 578-6000

  • Resort website: http://www.sunpeaksgrand.com/

  • Mention code “Porsche Club – BC Interior Region”

    • Important to mention entire code this so that everyone gets the following:

      • PCA Rooms include:

        • complimentary self-parking (one vehicle per room per night) value of $14 / day.

        • two complimentary summer lift passes per guest room.

        • designate a portion of our upper parking lot for exclusive use by the Porsche Club.

        • Free car washing station (bucket & hose) as well.

      • Rates:

        • Standard Room $129 SOLD OUT

        • Deluxe Room, Alpine View $149.00 CDN

        • Deluxe Room, Balcony $169.00 CDN

        • Deluxe Room, Balcony, Alpine View $189.00 CDN

        • Junior Suites $189.00 CDN

        • Kitchenette Room $220.00 CDN

        • One Bedroom Suite $129.00 CDN

        • Two Bedroom Suite $229.00 CDN

        • Mountain Suite $229.00 CDN


Other Resort / Accommodation links:

http://www.sunpeaksresort.com/
http://www.sunpeaksgrand.com/
http://www.sunpeaksgrand.com/the-residences/

Agenda

Friday

Departure: two options:
  1. Early Kelowna departure Fri morning: meet CWR for lunch in Hat Creek:
    • Lunch: 12 noon: Hat Creek Ranch for lunch
      • RSVP for lunch at Hat Creek Ranch to Brian McCormick bmccormack@telus.net and advise Duane also please.
  2. Later Kelowna departure Fri afternoon, 2pm:
  • Friday afternoon Kamloops meeting spot: Chevron near Aberdeen Mall. Address: 1520 Hugh Allan Dr, Kamloops, BC V1S 1X4. (Time: approx. 4.15pm.)
Friday evening: 6pm casual dinner at Bottoms Bar & Grill: pub/lounge (right near hotel). http://bottomssunpeaks.com. 3160 Creekside Way, Sun Peaks. (250) 578-0013.

Saturday

Morning / Day Options:

  • Driving Tour: Wells Gray Park & Helmcken Falls:

    • “Helmcken Falls is a 141 m waterfall on the Murtle River within Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. The protection of Helmcken Falls was one of the reasons for the creation of Wells Gray Provincial Park in 1939.”

    • Tour Chairs: Brad & Kelly Pape. Please RSVP.

    • Draft Tour Route: https://goo.gl/maps/nQRBmeUJE3m (may vary)

    • About 4.5 hours of driving.

    • No cost for the tour; except lunch is self-pay.

    • Lunch stop reservation at Turtle Bay for group.

  • Or free day for golf, hike, spa, bike, all terrain Segway tour, or just lounge by the pool.


Evening / Dinner:

  • BBQ dinner, $40 per person (includes all taxes & gratuities) with cash bar. Buffet Health Club Deck overlooking an evening of entertainment.

  • Eighties-Nineties attire is a must for this evening so dig into those closets for your best outfit. Live entertainment/performances organized by Resort.

  • Historical/Tech Quiz & Prize Draw: what was happening 25 Years Ago in BC and Porsche history!



Sunday

Morning: Mountain Cross Carts: http://www.sunpeaksresort.com/summer/activities/mcc

Non-motorized carts (so like coasting / biking). $25 per person:

“The new track is 512 metres long with a vertical descent of 52 metres, reaching speed up to 35km/h. The platter lift will run daily during the summer months to bring both carts and racers to the top of the course.


Despite high speeds and a winding, gravity-fed course, the carts themselves offer precise control and a high level of safety thanks to powerful disc brakes, four-point seat belts, roll bars, and padded seats. Although this may loosely resemble favourite childhood go-carts, the mountain environment and tight corners add an exciting twist. To add an element of competition, runs are timed allowing participants to race the clock or rival friends for the fastest descent.”


Also: Sunday morning Farmers market in the main village walkway.


Sunday afternoon return home…



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