During February 2021, the premier destination for a group of Baltimore Ski Club members was Snowbird, Utah. BSC skiers/boarders ventured through the ski resort’s repurposed mining tunnel to enjoy panoramic views in Mineral Basin…some opted for heli-skiing…and some also skied in Alta. Everyone enjoyed a mix of bluebird and powder days. Special thanks to Joe… Read more »
During the 2020 ski season, BSC members traveled far and wide to: Canada; Japan; Colorado; Utah; Vermont and Montana. This 2-minute video includes scenes from resorts of Banff, Snowmass, Zermatt, Hakuba, Beaver Creek, Killington and Whitefish. Many thanks to all the Club members who shared photos for this program. A full-length presentation is planned for… Read more »
Enjoy panoramic vistas of the Rocky Mountains from the slopes of Beaver Creek, Colorado!
The BSCs farthest trip ever: Nagano, Japan 2020.
Frigid temps can’t stop the party!
In October 2019, a group of Baltimore Ski Club members toured Holland and Belgium with Trip Leader Christopher Pukalski. Some of the highlights included: art and architecture of Rotterdam, Ghent and Bruges; the Royal Delft Porcelain factory; windmills in the village of Kinderdijk; Gravensteen Castle; Gouda cheese and Belgian chocolate. Linda Tice deserves credit for… Read more »
In 2019, the Baltimore Ski Club members enjoyed ski vacations in Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, Montana and Maine. View our Club’s slideshow from this past ski season. Ski resorts included: Jackson Hole; Sun Valley; Steamboat Springs; Snowmass; Winter Park; Sunday River; and Big Sky. Many thanks to all the Club members who shared photos for this… Read more »
Guest Speaker Charlie Leocha is Chairman & Co-Founder of Travelers United, a non-profit travel advocacy group based in Washington, DC that works with Congress, Dept. of Transportation to discuss consumer issues with travel associations that represent all modes of travel to help improve consumer travel. Before becoming a consumer advocate, Charlie wrote top-selling guidebooks: Ski… Read more »