T.A.C. Summer School Tour Options
TAC 2014 Summer School is pleased to offer the following activities for interested dancers during our mid-week break on Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
Both tours will be aboard an air-conditioned coach bus, departing from the South Hall residence. All the options are space limited and will be available on a first come, first registered basis.
Prepayment is required to secure your space on the tours. Register online now!
All events will run, rain or shine, providing the minimum required number of people have signed up for each event. In the unfortunate circumstance that the tours have to be cancelled for any reason, registration moneys will be refunded.
If paying by cheque, please send payment in US funds to:
25 Jansen Road
Ottawa, ON K2H 5W6
Option 1 - Rocky Mountain National Park
Travel through rugged Big Thompson Canyon. Visit the mountain village of Estes Park and explore the multitude of souvenir shops. Walk to a waterfall or around an alpine lake. Witness beautiful meadows and discover fragile alpine tundra. See incredible mountain views as you travel 11 miles (17.6km) above timberline while reaching an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,715m) on Trail Ridge Road. Observe a variety of wildlife including herds of grazing elk and yellow-bellied marmots. (Park entrance fee included)
Duration: Approximately 6 hours.
Cost: $60* USD per person (min 35 guests, max 55)
Departs: 12:30 pm
These rates* include snacks and drinks.
Option 2 - Craft Brewery Tour
Come take a ride with us on the NoCo Short Bus! The Colorado Rockies have inspired many to experiment with the flavors and combinations that make amazing beers. With over 40 craft breweries in the area, it only makes sense to try a few! You’ll get to experience multiple local craft breweries, sample up to 16 craft beers, and have a chance to learn about what makes each brewery different.
Duration: Approximately 4.5 - 5 hours.
Cost: $75 USD per person (max 14 guests)
Departs: 1:00 pm
The tour will visit the following breweries:
City Star Brewery - Berthoud, CO
City Star Brewing offers small batch American ales, hand crafted on a 3.5 barrel brew system in the heart of downtown Berthoud, CO. City Star believes beer is best consumed fresh, directly from its source, and has adopted a taproom-centric model encouraging this. Winning 2 medals at the 2013 Great American Brew fest proves they have what it takes to make great beer!
Loveland Aleworks - Loveland, CO
Loveland Aleworks is an independent, family-owned brewery offering a selection of small batch, handcrafted beers. Passionate about brewing ales that they and their customers believe in, Loveland Aleworks brews what they like, not limiting themselves to any certain style of ale. Loveland Aleworks creates quality ales using the best ingredients.
Verboten Brewing - Loveland, CO
Verboten Brewing was founded in 2011 by homebrewers Joe and Keri Akers and Josh and Angie Grenz. A boutique brewery that includes one Nitro tap and rotates seasonal and unique and exciting selections often, Verboten Brewing derives its name from the “forbidden” ingredients that were rejected by the German Purity Law for beer. Their motto is “Beer For All” and firmly believes that there is a beer out there that will appeal to everyone.
Grimm Brothers - Loveland, CO
Only the finest ingredients go into the production of Grimm Brothers Beer. Founded in 2010, Grimm Brothers has been a three time Great American Beer Festival medal winner and Gnarly Barley Brew Festival People’s Choice Award winner three years in a row. Grimm Brothers specializes in German Style Ales and Lagers brewed in the traditional manner but with innovative American freedom.