National Nordic Foundation & Lumi Experiences
February 28, 2019
The NNF and Lumi Experiences are building on their partnership to offer two trips to the 2019 Nordic Ski World Championships in Seefeld, Austria.
On each of these 8-day trips, guests will be able to cheer on their favorite athletes at the World Championships, ski in- and around Seefeld, and relax in the four-star, trail side Hotel St. Peter. Proceeds from the trip go to funding NNF programming.
World Championships Trip 1 is scheduled for February 18 – 25, 2019.
World Championships Trip 2 is scheduled for February 25 – March 4, 2019.
Each trip is limited to 18 guests. Save $300 on the trip price, if reserved before March 31, 2018. For more information and to sign up, go to: www.lumiexperiences.com.
Last month, 16 guests traveled with Lumi Experiences to the World Cup races in Seefeld and watched Jessie Diggins and Sophie Caldwell each notch victories. The trip raised over $10,000 for the NNF.
“The trip had an exceptionally talented group of trip leaders. It was well planned and full of fun surprises that enhanced the experience. Skiing right from our hotel was awesome. I love the Dolomites and the Tyrol. Austrian curling was a blast. First class care and attention to detail made this a trip of a lifetime for us.” – Jane & Michael Mandli
“We skied in a gorgeous part of the world. Guides were excellent and fun. It was an incredible experience watching the World Cup racing in Seefeld and meeting the athletes.” – Molly Martinez
The founder of Lumi Experiences, Garrott Kuzzy, is an Olympian and past US Ski Team athlete. He has over five years of experience developing skiing, biking, and hiking tours throughout Europe. He currently lives in Innsbruck, Austria and has developed this trip in his new backyard. As a former US Ski Team athlete, Kuzzy is partnering with the NNF to benefit developing US athletes.
The NNF's mission is to support athletic excellence in developing nordic athletes in the United States.
“To the NNF: The assistance has been an absolute necessity for me and the increased level of support played a role in the performance levels that U.S. skiers produced last year.”- Holly Brooks