Summer's over - it's time to sign up for the Ski Club bus

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Did you know that there is a Ski Club in your neighborhood?

The Innis Arden Ski Club was started in the 1960s by housewives in the Innis Arden neighborhood to harness the power of collective purchasing. Today, it is a vibrant group of avid skiers of all skill levels that participate together to make ski trips easy and accessible and it’s free to join and belong! We visit Stevens Pass and Crystal Mountain on alternate Thursdays for a total of 8 trips.

It is a nonprofit, all VOLUNTEER PROGRAM. Because we bring many people together to the mountain, we can take advantage of group and senior ticket prices that help keep our participants’ cost as low as possible – and lower than doing it alone.

Our club members come from all over the area. There are no club fees. We depart from the Innis Arden clubhouse at 7am. A first class bus whisks us to the mountain on a nonstop trip to the slopes and we return approximately by 6:00pm. We also receive a considerable group discount on the lift tickets.

There are refreshments on the return trip in a fun relaxed atmosphere.

For more information contact Ida Callahan.


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