Annual Ski Trip

As of October 2017, we have 52 members heading to Europe in February 2018!
There are four open slots waiting for you to join us!

The Bear Valley Ski Club usually alternates between Europe and North America on our annual ski trips. The North American ski trips are one week in length. The European ski trips are two weeks, with the first week at a ski resort and an optional extension traveling and sightseeing.

You must be a member of the Bear Valley Ski Club to go on our Annual Ski Trip.
It’s not expensive – sign up now and join us!
See our Membership page for more information.

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, February 2011

Save the dates of Saturday February 3 – Saturday February 10, 2018 — our Ski Club’s Annual Ski Trip for 2018 will be to Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Dolomite Alps in northeastern Italy! The optional extension after the ski week will be to Venice, Rome and Malta! More info…

The circuit around the Sella mountain massif leading you over 4 Dolomite passes, is an extraordinary tour which provides magnificent views.
Read more at: www.val-gardena.net – Copyright © Internet Service
The circuit around the Sella mountain massif leading you over 4 Dolomite passes, is an extraordinary tour which provides magnificent views.
Read more at: www.val-gardena.net – Copyright © Internet Service
The circuit around the Sella mountain massif leading you over 4 Dolomite passes, is an extraordinary tour which provides magnificent views.
Read more at: www.val-gardena.net – Copyright © Internet Servic

Our Ski Trips are booked through Snow Tours, Inc.

Here are our most recent trips:

2017 – Aspen, CO
2016 – Mayrhoffen, Austria, & Prague, Vienna & Budapest
2015 – Steamboat Springs, CO
2014 – Val Gardena, Italy & Barcelona & Madrid
2013 – Mammoth Mountain, CA
2012 – Lake Louise and Banff, Canada
2011 – Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, and Tuscany
2010 – Salt Lake City Resorts
2009 – Courmayeur, Italy, and Amalfi Coast and Rome
2008 – Steamboat Springs, CO
2007 – Kitzbuhel, Austria, and Sicily, Italy
2006 – Breckenridge, CO
2005 – Zermatt, Switzerland, and Budapest and Prague
2004 – Aspen, CO
2003 – Chamonix, France, and Paris
2002 – Banff and Lake Louise, Canada
2001 – Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy