We are a club of skiers, boarders and snow sport enthusiasts who travel to great places since 2009
We take pride in our travel destinations which has ranged all over the United States to Canada, Europe and Asia.
Our club is unique as we take our members to places that we have enjoyed and provide knowledgeable travels. We also attend the Mountain Travel Symposium (MTS) every spring to meet with the industry of Tour Operators, Hotels, Ski Resort representatives, trip directors bringing tremendous value and fun at the lowest possible prices.
The Park City Peaks Hotel is ideally situated within minutes of 3 World Class Ski Resorts and 2002 Winter Olympic Venues. Known for friendly service and charming ambiance, the Park City Peaks Hotel continues to provide a perfect setting for a relaxing stay. Guests enjoy comfortably appointed rooms and quality food and beverage, all within convenient distance of Park City's popular attractions. This hotel offers 131 guests rooms, situated on 2 acres. Most rooms face the Wasatch Mountains with breathtaking views of the ski resorts or open to the courtyard. Several rooms feature a balcony with a Spectacular Mountain View. All rooms are equipped with 32 inch TV, Pay per View movies on demand and Nintendo 64 games, In Room Safe, Telephone with Voice Mail and Modem Jacks, Coffee Maker, free high speed Internet, Luxurious Cotton Robes, Hair Dryers, Indoor pool and outdoor and indoor hot tubs, sauna, Restaurant onsite. More >
Located on the western end of Beaver Creek, Arrowhead provides its guests with convenient, ski-in/ski-out access and offers a unique village-to-village skiing experience between Bachelor Gulch and Beaver Creek Village. With a great location and helpful staff, Arrowhead is a great choice. You will find privacy coupled with the best resort amenities, convenience and accessibility. Amenities include on-site ski storage, color/Cable TV, DVD, Internet access, maid service, and concierge. All condominiums are fully furnished with fireplaces and are a short walk from the Express Lift. Hot tubs and outdoor heated pool. Restaurant and Ba/lounge, outdoor fire pits on site. More >
Madonna di Campiglio is well known (comparable to Cortina) as one of the first ski resorts in the Alps to emerge in the last century as a winter ski tourist attraction . Madonna di Campiglio owes its fame also to great athletes and sporting events at t he top level. First of these is the world cup special slalom “3Tre” hosted on the impressive mountain by Canalone Miramonti , a breathtaking sheer decent towards the heart of the resort, which can also be enjoyed with evening skiing. Cinque Laghi, Pradalago,Grostè and Spinale are also skiing areas which the resort visitors soon learn to appreciate. They are served by super - fast and modern ski lifts, all connected with each other, ‘skies on foot’, thanks to the efficient WEG ski network of tracks. These allow skiers to cross the village comfortably, while still wearing skis, from one ski lift to another. These areas offer different spectacular runs suitable for all. From 2011 with a new cable car Campiglio-Pinzolo Express, the pearl of Brenta offers one more opportunity: a 20 minute trip that leads to Doss del Sabion, the mount that overshadows Pinzolo, with constantly stunning view of the Dolomites. No skiers, Italian or foreign amongst the many who visit this area, ever regret to visit the bordering ski areas of Marilleva and Folgarida which are possible to reach with the ski lift at the Malghette flat. After a day of taking in the views and sport, Madonna di Campiglio unveils itself as an attractive place for fun, parties and entertainment shows in the evening. More>
Our Past Travels. Since 2009
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Jackson Hole, to borrow the Wyoming state motto, is "like no place on
earth.” Jackson is located in a valley surrounded by the Teton Range and
the Absaroka Range of the Rockies and is located just outside the
boundaries of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Enjoy amazing
views of the mountains as they rise from the valley floor to over 12,000
feet above you. You will enjoy seeing wildlife as diverse as Elk,
Moose, Bald Eagles and Osprey as you ski, dine and shop in “The Hole.”
In Jackson, the Old West is still alive in one of the most charming
towns you're likely to find anywhere. From the "local color" of the Town
Square's elk antler arches to the unique shops and restaurants along
the boardwalks, Jackson truly has something for everyone. Forty-Niner
Inn & Suites—Located in downtown Jackson Hole. You are a very short
walk to all the downtown area; enjoy all the amazing restaurants,
shopping and galleries and nightlife Jackson has to offer. The hotel
amenities include an expanded continental breakfast, 40 person indoor
hot tub, 14 person outdoor hot tub, fitness room, and sauna. Each
standard room comes complete with either a king or two queen beds, cable
TV with HBO and daily maid service. The hotel provides complimentary
shuttle service to Teton Village each.
In Alaska a premier destination resort awaits outdoor enthusiasts tucked
amid the Chugach Mountains on the Alaska south-central coast. Alyeska
Resort is the place to discover and enjoy the mystique of the last
frontier. Enjoy the civilized surroundings while experiencing the
adventure of Alaska’s wilderness. Alyeska Prince Hotel has 307 Elegant
Rooms Nestled At The Base Of Alyeska Resort.
Private transfers from Anchorage Airport to Alyeska (Feb 24th)
5 nights lodging at Hotel Alyeska. 3 day adult group lift ticket
Private transfers from Alyeska to Downtown Anchorage for the Iditarod weekend event. 2 nights lodging at the Hotel Captain Cook
Welcome Breakfast Reception at Hotel Alyeska. Xcountry skiing, 4th day
skiing/boarding, Cat skiing/boarding, Heli skiing/boarding,
Snowmobiling, dog sledding, Ice skating
Breckenridge, Vail, Keystone, Arapaho Basin, & Beaver Creek
Five mountains one Ski/Board Pass
Breckenridge feels real because it is. It's been a thriving town since
1859, during the Gold Rush and now it is still an authentic and
unpretentious ski town with the character you’re looking for in a
western ski trip. A variety of lodging and an eclectic array of
restaurants, shops, galleries and clubs provide the perfect compliment
to the abundant outdoor recreation. “Breck” is a community steeped in
tradition, culture, festivals and a sense of place that enhances your
stay with it's fun, friendly and casual atmosphere. Breckenridge is
located in the heart of the Rockies and boasts the infrastructure of a
small mountain city with a great free mountain bus system and the charm
of an old mining “boom town”. It is the oldest continually occupied
community in Colorado and this is evident in the atmosphere Breckenridge
offers and is famous for within the ski industry.
FIVE out of EIGHT day ski pass, enjoy the diverse terrain of
Breckenridge right in your backyard or take advantage of the other
resorts and the transportation included with the Vail Resort Pass (this
covers Vail, Beaver Creek, Arapahoe Basin, Keystone, and of course
Roundtrip air from SFO to Denver on United with great times.
Deluxe Motorcoach transfers to/from Denver Int’l Airport to lodging property.
Seven nights accommodation at The Village at Breckenridge Condos.
Ski-in / ski-out resort at the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort.
5 of 8 Day Vail Resort Lift Pass (Good at Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin & 2 days at Vail & Beaver Creek).
Big Sky Ski Resort
Big Sky offers instant access to some of the most diverse skiing and
snowboarding amongst breathtaking vistas in the lower 48 states. Float
down a 2,000 vertical foot, powder filled bowl beneath Lone Peak; bob
and weave through the
Bavarian Forest; ride the Lone Peak Tram for a bird's eye view of
untamed wilderness. almost twice as many acres as skiers. Non-skiers
Welcome. X-country skiing at its best.
Round-trip air from Oakland to Bozeman via Alaska/Horizon Air
Round-trip airport transfers
7 nights lodging @ Huntley Lodge, slopeside, “hotel style’”
double occupancy, every room has a wet bar, coffee maker, refrigerator,
ski in - ski out, outdoor heated pool, 2 hot tubs,
Hot Buffet Breakfast Daily
5 day adult group Big Sky lift ticket
Optional: Ski Moonlight Basin
Optional: Activities: Cat tour or snowmobiling in Yellowstone.
Optional: Activities: Zip line in winter! Discounts on Spa treatments.
Val Gardena and Tuscany Ortisei, Val Gardena
The Base of the Dolomites
Val Gardena near the small Italian province of Sud Tirol in the majestic Dolomites awaits your arrival next winter
The Dolomites are a winter wonderland, famous for their sunshine, fresh air, and spectacular scenery.
You will be in the heart of Val Gardena, staying in the quaint mountain village of Ortisei.
Spend a week exploring the valley and the Dolomites – Ski the Sella ronda –
a circular ski route leading round the mighty Sella Mastif, its also Carneval Week
The Dolomiti Super-ski pass entitles you to 450 lifts and over 600 miles of meticulously maintained runs!
The Val Gardena region of the Dolomites offers some of the most challenging skiing in Italy.
For the X-country enthusiast, there are also superb trails with some of the most
picturesque terrain there is to offer in Europe.
Florence, Siena, San Gimignano, Monticino, Luca, Pisa, and Banafi Estates.
Air from SFO to Munich – Roundtrip
3 “Hotel Digon” a family owned business – dble occ.
Large continental breakfast - organic food from their farm.
5 course dinner with once a week theme evening & appies.
Unlimited use of ski bus – which stops at hotel
1 km from the lifts, access to outdoor/ indoor pool in town
Grappa, wine, and cheese tastings
Our trip to Vail was again preceded by a huge storm which adorned the
trees and mountain tops with an abundance of natures finest winter
white. Our luxury bus ride dropped up off at Vail’s Landmark Towers,
which was once again within walking distance from a major lift. The
beautiful alpine style architecture combined with the unique bronze art
and statues made this the most elegant ski resort. The meandering
riverside along side the village tended to give one views of the bridges
and snow covered areas that were themselves picturesque. Then they went
one step farther, and had heated walkways installed so that you never
had to walk in the snow when you went out! The bus system was also free
and easy to use, so if you skied down the wrong hill you only had to get
on the bus to go back to wherever you needed to be.
We had a few people from outside the SF bay and Sacramento areas joining
us as well, from Kansas and Georgia. One even brought his own Espresso
Machine! Of course, I can’t forgot to mention our usual contingent from
the ‘Swedish Mafia’ (as our ladies are affectionately known.) Up on the
mountain we were absolutely amazed at how big the terrain was- at 5,289
ski able acres it is well over a thousand acres bigger than either
Heavenly or Mammoth Mountains! The snow was superb also, since there was
fresh powder on the first few days, so our tree skiing/riding
contingent had a blast. The lodges were wonderful and the food was
excellent on the hill as well. Just for a bit of a change, some of us
went to Beaver Creek for the day and were treated to some wonderful
groomed slopes and more marvelous lunch items. The weather cooperated
again, giving us splendid sunny days for fantastic photos. At night in Vail the choices of restaurants was mind boggling, and all
excellent! There were plenty of night spots and even a few special
concerts. One was free and held outside, with a surprising amount of
people in attendance. This gave us even more of a chance to marvel at
the special village atmosphere with all the trees strung with a huge
amount of lights and even ice sculptures lit from below.
The entire group attended our last night dinner at Meza Luna which was
organized by Robin Leineke. Everyone enjoyed the wonderful appetizers as
well as the main courses they offered.
We arrived in a blessed blizzard, and dutifully helped load our gear on
top of the waiting van for transport to the Telluride Mountainside Inn.
It was more than adequate, with everyone having a small kitchenette, as
well as being right next to the lift for a ski in/ ski out experience!
The town was also just a short walk away, with bars and restaurants
galore. The town was an
old Mining camp with a quaint and beautifully restored main street with
interesting old buildings alongside Million dollar houses lining the
main drag. The town boasted the highest Airport in the U.S. at 8,700+
feet. That also meant that a few of us had ‘Oxygen issues’ and a trip to
the ‘Bubbles Lounge’ for a few minutes of sniffing the flavored but
expensive gas was a must. The Thai Restaurant right next to our Inn was
an amazing experience, with the best food and atmosphere ever! Our ski/board experience started with a group photo and tour of the
entire mountain by a very interesting guide. Then we were on our own to
explore the Huge area of ski-able terrain. The weather really cooperated
too, giving the slopes a much-needed blanket of white stuff that had
been missing of late. Revelation Bowl beckoned us to the top of the
mountain for a stunning view and awesome skiing/riding. The Mountain
Village was a perfect midrange point and totally accommodating, with
village features of good shops and eating-places much like Vail. There
were also some amazing snow sculptures there that were quite impressive.
The gondola stopped there on the way up, and could take us down from
there at the end of the day if needed. There were other mid mountain
lodges with excellent food and even free, live entertainment for lunch.
This story has to also include another slope ‘star’ called “Porky” who
gave repeat performances to adoring audiences all day long. It helped if
you had some granola or nuts to give him, but he got up close and
personal even if you didn’t. Lots of photos were taken of that walking
pincushion, and since he never ‘stuck’ anyone, he will be forever
remembered as ‘cute’. We spent a fabulous few days there with Sunshine
finally coming out for some excellent photo ops and stunning views of
the Rocky Mountains. Our farewell dinner was attended by all and was
topped by a ride up the gondola for a moonlit view of the valley and the
white-capped peaks that was truly breathtaking!
We had the opportunity to participate in a familiarization tour of
Hokkaido, Japan with representatives from six ski clubs across the USA.
This group was chosen by Masa Ca Adventure Tours located in Utah. In
conjunction with the Hokkaido Tourism Bureau and the vendors, this was
formulated to introduce Americans to some of the numerous skiing
opportunities in Japan. Although Japanese skiing is relatively unknown
to Americans, Japan has around 700 ski areas
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