2023-24 TRIP STATUS
Information about our 2024 trips is being posted online and published in our newsletter as it becomes available. Your SSC membership must be current to sign up for a trip.
The Copper Mountain trip has been expanded to a 7-night trip.
Alaska Cruise & Land
Copper Mountain, Colorado (IKON)
Whistler/Blackcomb, British Columbia, CAN (EPIC)
Lift tickets are not included in this package.
Alta Badia, Italy (IKON)
Attitash/Wildcat Mountains (EPIC), New Hampshire
Seven Springs/Hidden Valley (EPIC) Sampler, Pennsylvania
ATTENTION all SSC members! TRIP SIGNUP PROCEDURE for the 2023/2024 season... here is what you need to do:
PLEASE COMMIT EARLY TO AVOID THE CANCELLATION OF THESE TRIPS: The contracts we have this year are very stringent in their deadlines which requires us to have a certain number of participants by unusually early dates. If we must cancel a trip by the due date because of lack of participation, we are still responsible for paying cancellation fees to the hotel, tour operator or airlines. Please commit early, so your club does not have to absorb these fees and so these trips can proceed as planned.TRAVEL INSURANCE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: Attention trip participants, especially in light of recent unforeseen events, it is the responsibility of each participant to secure their own insurance based on their individual needs. If you have a pre-existing condition, most insurance companies require you to obtain insurance within two weeks from the date you made your trip deposit (this may vary among insurance companies).
REAL ID IN PENNSYLVANIA: The Real ID enforcement deadline has been extended until May 7, 2025. Beginning then, Pennsylvanians will need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, photo ID card, or another form of federally-acceptable identification (such as a valid passport or military ID) to board a domestic commercial flight.
DID YOU HEAR ABOUT IT? Whenever we decide to head to the slopes, we expect to have a good time and a safe return. The National Ski Area Association issued a list of rules which proved to be known as the “Responsibility Code”. The code below calls out the most important points which are easy to keep in mind when we are on the slope.
Over the years other nations adopted the rules which are posted in resorts all over the world in four languages- English, French, German and the native one.
Law enforcement in our country uses the Responsibility Code as a base for their decision.
Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
Know the code. It's your responsibility.
Please take some time to think about the text above and go through point for point and you will conclude that every accident can be prevented by following the rules. (Reprinted from Eastern Pennsylvania Ski Council- Safety)