Each year the Club organizes two trips to ski hills and ski resorts outside the Atlantic area. Hills in New England and Quebec are always successful and on some trips over eighty members have participated.
Your Trips Team responsible for organizing these trips has had a great deal of experience selecting hills that offer the best skiing, accommodations and services at the most reasonable prices. Commonly they include five days of accommodations and skiing, most meals and a Monday morning hill tour, and we are sometimes able to include daily ski lessons in the package. Members are responsible for their own transportation to the resorts and usually go by car. A special effort is made to ensure that different hills are visited each year. Sometimes arrangements are made to allow skiing at other hills in the same general area. For example, a trip to Mont Sainte Anne in Quebec could include a day trip to Le Massif, and a trip to Attitash in New Hampshire includes a dual lift ticket for Wildcat Mountain, which is nearby.
Ski Hills recently visited by your Club in Quebec include Stoneham, Mont Sainte Anne, Le Massif, and Mont Tremblant. Those in New England include Sugarloaf, Sunday River, Loon Mountain, and Attitash.
Trip locations for the forthcoming ski season are arranged by the Trips team each year at the end of the ski season. Information and application forms pertaining to the ski trips are published on the Ski Trips page on the Club's website in the early fall each year.Mont Tremblant report and pictures