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2018 Overnight Trips Announced!


The Cape Cod Ski Club 2018 Overnight Trips are now announced. Please watch this site for full details.


January 2–3: Cannon/Loon

January 9–10: Okemo

February 6–8: Sunday River/ Wildcat/ Attatish

February 25–March 3: Sugarloaf

March 19–21: Killington/Sugarbush


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Cape Cod Ski Club 2018 Fly Trips


Full details on all fly trips are now available. Please click links below to download pdf flyers.


January 17–24, 2018:  

South Lake Tahoe

2018_SouthLakeTahoe_CCSC.pdf 
$1594/per person

January 27–February 3, 2018: 

Breckenridge, Colorado

2018_Breckenridge_CCSC.pdf
$1900/per person

February 9–16, 2018: 

Banff/Lake Louise, Alberta Canada

2018_Bamff_Lake_Louise_CCSC.pdf
$1780/per person

March 6–13, 2018: 

Telluride, Colorado

2018_Telluride_CCSC.pdf
$1908/per person

Trips will be available for sign up 7:00 a.m. sharp on Monday, August 7th! Make sure you renew your CCSC membership first. Only current club members can sign up for fly trips! Renew Membership





The Spring Banquet
  was a big success!!

The banquet was held on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the West Dennis Yacht Club.  Over 100 club members enjoyed dinner and dancing to the Mike Dumas Band.  The 2017 Board of Directors was elected with no nominations coming from the floor.  The club recognized and thanked Janet Baker and Bob Jensen for their service on the Executive Committee these past years.  The winner of the cherished Clipped Wing Award this year is Bettina Veitch.


2017 Officers and Board of Directors


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Ski Area News

Vail Resorts acquires Stowe

In a classic Vail move, the company announced the addition of Stowe Mountain, one of New England’s premier destinations for skiing and riding, to the Epic roll call – one that now contains an unprecedented ten resorts in North America and one resort, Perisher, in Australia.  The $50 million acquisition also finally puts Vail on the map in the densely populated East Coast, which should prove to be hugely successful for the company. Vail has a track record of success with its acquisitions and this doesn’t appear to be so different.  So what will be different at Stowe? 

Approximately nothing, but you might save some money. The numbers haven’t come out yet and technically the acquisition won’t take place until later this spring, but since last year’s full EpicPass was right around $800, you’re going to save about, oh, $1000 on your pass to Stowe. Yes, a season pass just to Stowe if you bought it before November 6th cost $1860. Holy mother of God.  For $800-ish you can ski ten resorts in North America? Someone please tell me why every American doesn’t ski. (excerpt from Greg Colquitt, Ski Industry News.Feb 22, 2017)..


WATERVILLE VALLEY ADDS 10 NEW RUNS

Patrick Thorne, The Snow Hunter, reports that, Waterville Valley in New Hampshire is working on the first phase of its Green Peak Expansion project which will see 10 new trails cut to provide 45 new acres of skiing and riding this season, serviced by a fixed grip chairlift.  This will be Waterville Valley Resort’s biggest expansion project in more than 30 years.


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Monthly Meetings

 
The next Board of Directors Meeting is
Monday, July 10th at 6:00 p.m.
DoubleTree Inn (map/directions)
 287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, Massachusetts, 02601.
Board meetings are open to all members.
 Please contact a Board member if you plan to attend.


CCSC General Meetings 

are the third Monday of the month

from September thru March at 7:00 p.m.

 DoubleTree Inn (map/directions)
287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, Massachusetts, 02601.


 

 

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