TRAVERSKI Ski, Sports & Social Club

Traverski members dressed in their finest threads to enjoy our annual Christmas Party on December 15th.  The party included a delicious buffet dinner, games with prizes, and dancing.  The Board also announced that Al Doyle was this year’s recipient of the Most Valuable Traverski Award.  Congratulations Al! Skiing opportunities have been plentiful for all those…

TUESDAY WIPEOUTS

Hi Tuesday Wipeouts and friends! Good morning! Here is this quarter’s installment of the TWO News! We have had a busy winter with lots of skiing, visiting, and enjoying lunches together. A great group of TWOs had lots of fun on the slopes at Beaver Creek in February! We loved our ski in-ski out condos…

ULLR SKI, BIKE & SOCIAL CLUB

Reflecting on the past winter, what more can a ski club want, but a ton of snow?? The Ullrs skied locally at both Welch Village and Afton Alps and there was great snow at both places. The Ullrs went to Whitefish, Montana for their western trip. As of the date I am writing this, Whitefish…

YODELERS SKI CLUB

ASPEN AND GIANTS RIDGE – 2019  Both western trips in 2019 were to Aspen – 45th year! The convenience of having four mountains just a bus ride away is just one reason Aspen is so appealing to the club. We arrived in Denver on our January trip right on time, eagerly awaiting the bus ride…

HIAWATHA BICYCLING CLUB

What to Do When the Snow Melts?  It seems like the snow would never melt but good old sunshine made it disappear and cross-country skiing must wait until next winter.  Have you thought about doing more bicycling this summer?  The best way to do this is joining a social riding club like Hiawatha Bicycling Club…

SKI AREA MANAGEMENT

Growing Together A global look at the issues of expanding participation in winter sports, and outdoor sports in general. Written by Jason Blevins | 2159 Views | 0 comment For almost two decades now, the flat-lined slideshow in the hotel ballroom has depressed hundreds of mountain resort leaders. The fight to attract, retain, and inspire…