The Fall Newsletter mailed in mid November.  The printer left off the “DUE” from most of the letters for members who we dues.  Please pay your dues at your earliest convenience.  

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Annual ski area listing mails mid December.  

Dates set for 2018 events.  See event calendar.

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

March 2016 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

  • Santa Delivers Pre-Holiday Powder To New England Resorts December 13, 2017
    Santa delivered an early Christmas present of more than three feet of snow on slopes throughout New England over the past week. And as a stocking-stuffer, cold temperatures wrapped up with all that new snow, allowing for round-the-clock snowmaking.
  • Stowe’s The Spot For Family Adventure December 13, 2017
    Stowe's true alpine village at Spruce Peak. (Martha Wilson)  Soaring spaces and massive wooden beams set the scene at the Stowe’s state-of-the-art Adventure Center, just opened for its first winter in 2017. For family fun and adventure, Spruce Peak Village has everything a family needs for a Vermont winter getaway.
  • Insider's Guide To Heavenly Valley December 13, 2017
    Nearly every turn at Heavenly has lake vista. (Heavenly/Facebook) Heavenly Valley rightfully boasts its best elements: Most skiable terrain (4,800 acres) in Lake Tahoe area. Most vertical feet (3,500) on West Coast. Among highest summit elevations (10,067 feet) in the region.
  • SnoCountry SnoCast: Favorable Pattern in the East December 13, 2017
    Fresh powder can be found across much of the Northeast. (Stowe Mountain Resort) The Northeast and Great Lakes regions are settled in a weather pattern that allows for more snowfall and cold temperatures. The West sees some snowfall return and possibly a pattern change.
  • RealSkiers: Unbalanced By Design December 12, 2017
    Scenes from a short seminar in buckle pressure. (RealSkiers.com) After each bootfitting exercise, I spend a few moments ensuring that my freshly fitted customer understands the basic operation of his or her new footwear. Part of this brief operations overview is a lesson on buckle tension. You might think experienced skiers would know all about […]