The Summer newsletter with renewal information and 2019 trip schedule mailed in early July.  If you did not receive your copy – please email us.  Click here

Nice article about our recent Vermont Ski Fest: Click here!

Okemo Race Results: Click here!

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Annual ski area listing mailed in early December – let us know if you did not receive it.  

Dates set for 2018 events.  See event calendar.

NBC Connecticut visits our Race & Fun Day at Ski Butternut! (video plays after short ad)

Ski Butternut Race Photos Click here to see race photos

If you need some inspiration to get in shape for ski season, check out this video from Killington

  •  70+ Ski Club included in article on Safety for Senior Skiers. Click here to read the article.
  • The AARP Bulletin includes the 70+ Ski Club in their “99 Great Ways to Save”.

RSS Snocountry

  • Mountain Coasters Twist And Turn Through The Rockies August 21, 2018
    A staple on the activity slate at many ski and snowboard resorts in the Rocky Mountains is the fast-chargin’, whip-turnin’ mountain coaster.
  • Sunday River Doubles Down With Snowmaking Project August 21, 2018
    Major renovations for making more of that white gold we love at Sunday River began this summer, as they laid the foundation for doubling the water capacity that can be pumped to the ski area from its water source.
  • Rent Pico Mountain For Your Next Private Party August 17, 2018
    Looking to have a sweet powder stash or all that fresh corduroy to yourself? Vermont’s Pico Mountain, home to big mountain terrain with small mountain charm, is now offering a private mountain rental option on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the 2018-19 season.
  • Get Every Drop Of Summer In At Whiteface August 16, 2018
    New York's Whiteface may be a little biased when it comes to their favorite season (WINTER...of course), but this summer has been top notch too.
  • Waterville Valley to Host 2019, 2021 U.S. Alpine Championships August 15, 2018
    The nation’s best alpine ski racers will descend upon New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort in 2019 and 2021 for U.S. Alpine Championship - the biggest race the resort has hosted since the White Circus visited in 1991 when Julie Parisien won the World Cup giant slalom.