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Ski Trips

Last updated: March 8, 2023.


Every year, we organize at least one or two weekend bus trips and one or two longer trips, as well as joining forces with other ski clubs (within the NWSCC and FWSA) to organize multi-club trips.  We also have informal day-trips to Mt. Hood ski areas.

See How to pack for bus ski trips.

Trips Calendar Color code:
Mountain High trips are in BLUE,
FWSA trips are in Maroon.
Multi-club trips are higjlighted in PINK.
Click on any trip listed for more info.

  Mountain High members at Whitefish Mt. Montana   

2022/2023 Trips


For all trips, see:

Trip Cancellation Policy






* Powder Hwy.  (2020)

* Mystery trip (2017)

* Canada trip (2016)

* Crystal Mt. trip (2016)

* Montana trip (2016)

* North Idaho (2014)

* Leavenworth (2014)

* Whitewater, Red 2013

* Brundage, Tamarack

* Shasta, Ashland 2012

* Powder Mt, Utah 2012

* Leavenworth 2011

* Crystal Mt. WA 2011

* Fernie, Canada 2010

* Mystery trip, OR 2010

* Heavenly, CA 2009

* South Oregon, 2008

* White Pass, WA 2008

* Powder Mt. Utah 2007

* Mission,Stevens 2007

* Val d'Isère (Alps, 2006)

* Idaho bus trip (2006)

* Canada ski safari 2005

* Crystal Mt., WA (2005)

* Big Mt., MT train (2005)


For more photos, see the Photos page.

All winter Weekend day-trips to Mt. Hood

All winter

Mid-week day trips to Mt. Hood

October 8 - 15, 2022 FAR WEST 2021 DIVE TRIP
Cozumel, Mexico

Jan. 21 - 28, 2023   

2023 FWSA Ski Week in Jackson Hole, WY  Annual trip by the Far West Ski Association
Jan. 25
- Feb. 1
Canada Trip:  Whitewater & Red. Mtn.

A week-long trip.  A bus trip.

Trip Leader: Karen Michels

Feb. 24 -

March 12, 2023

FWSA International Ski Adventure

     - Zermatt, Switzerland

Feb. 26 -
Mar. 1, 2, or 3 2023
McCall (ID):  Brundage Mt. & Tamarack

3 or 4 or 5 nights.  Drive to or carpooling.

Trip Leader: Linda McGavin

Feb. 25- March 2, 2023 2023 Mini Ski Week at Taos NM
Mar. 17 - 19

Mt. Shasta & Mt. Ashland
A weekend trip by bus, Friday afternoon - Sunday evening.
April 6 - 10 2023 NWSCC Bachelor Blast
(open to all local ski clubs)

June 25- July 2, 2023 FWSA Cruise - Yet TBA  
October 7-14, 2023 FWSA 12th Annual Scuba Dive Trip
Little Cayman Island

A top scuba diving site in the Caribbean.

Weekend skiing

at Timberline

In past years, we've had anywhere from a dozen to about 20 ski days at Timberline and Skibowl.  We ski there as a group mainly in December and then again Spring skiing in March, April, and May.

In January and February, we are less active locally.


In the middle of winter, we are usually busy with ski trips, PACRAT races, and other events.  But, we will most likely ski together at Skibowl and Timberline every weekend in March. April and May, until Memorial Day, when all the regular ski passes (Fusion pass, Spring pass) expire.


Join in the fun! Make the effort to join us in Sandy, so we can start the day together!Mountain High club members human slalom at Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon

More alternate transportation

Since about 2018, Timberline has been providing its own shuttle buses between Government Camp and Timberline, encouraging us to leave our cars in Government Camp.  These buses run around the clock, so you can expect them once every 30 minutes or once an hour.


Timberline's shuttle buses stop at only two places: 

1.  In the parking area just below the Ice Axe brew pub.

2. In the parking lot of the Summit ski area

The problem is that one bus stops only at the lower end of Govy while the other bus only stops at the upper end.  The same bus doe NOT pick up at both locations.

These shuttles are free for everyone who has a Timberline or Fusion Pass.

Weekend day-trips to Mt. Hood

Just for fun gatherings


Come ski with us!  Just for fun. Can you show us some new trail. a secret stash, a hidden slope?  Or can we show you something new you haven't skied before? Let's find out.


Normally, we meet at McDonald's in Sandy (left at 3rd traffic light in Sandy) around 7:30 - 7:45am. You'll find us either in the parking lot, or inside McDonald's, getting a cup of coffee. From there, we can either carpool or caravan (follow each other's cars) to the ski area.  NOTE: This carpooling is optional.  It doesn't happen every time. See what is announced ahead of time in our Forum. 


Please Join one or both of our club's Forums (Weekend and/or Mid-week). You can post messages there, see when other people are planning to go skiing, and communicate with them.


Simply click on one of the Forum buttons in our  main menu.  Then click on "Join this Group" in the upper right of the window.  Give the system your email address, so that you can then automatically receive an email whenever someone posts a message in the Forum or replies to your message.


Alternate ways to meet:  (if you miss us in Sandy)

1.  On the mountain, meet us around 9:00 am (or 8:00 am after May 15) near the ticket office, or just outside the day lodge, near the free ski check, ready to go skiing.

2.  On a 2-way radio, find us on Channel 6-19.  Just ask for "Mountain High" people!


For more info, contact Emilio, Emilio2000@earthlink.net, or 503-510-1477. 

Alternate transportation (by bus):

On some nice day (when it's not windy or rainy in Sandy), let's try using the Mt. Hood Express bus. A bus ticket costs only $2, and it saves you not only the cost of gas but also the wear and tear on your car.  We'll try to announce those days in advance.


Catch the bus on the far western end of Sandy. Even before you get to the first Sandy traffic light (near Fred Meyer), turn right at the ARCO gas station (barely visible from Hwy. 26).  Then an immediate left into the parking lot of the Mt. Hood Forest Center.  Leave your car there and walk up the few steps to Highway 26, where you will see a small stop shelter. The bus leaves there at 7:45 am, arrives at Skibowl at 8:30 am, and at Timberline at 9:00 am.


See bus schedule at: http://www.mthoodexpress.com/#!schedule-map/c1h6a


Mid-week skiers


The current group of mid-week skiers tend to be advanced skiers who enjoy powder skiing and challenging terrain (trees, bumps, ungroomed snow) at Mt. Hood Meadows.


Here are just a few of the regular mid-week skiers:


Debbie Thomas       Kay Kinyon       Walt Blomberg



George Yun          Kurt Krueger


Mid-week day-trips

to Mt. Hood ski areas.


A group of us go skiing at Mt. Hood Meadows on week days, all winter, often on Thursdays, but also whenever there is good powder, or whenever the fancy strikes! 


At Meadows, find us in the cafeteria in the South lodge near the Schuss restaurant (aka The Hamburger Place) around 8:00-8:30 a.m.(That's on the slope level, which is 2nd floor).  Left lodge as you walk up from the parking lot.   


You can connect with the mid-week group by joining our online Midweek forum page: http://groups.google.com/group/MtHigh-midweek?hl=en . Click on the Join this group link (on the upper right of the page) and follow the instructions. 


Please choose to receive all emails from the group. That way, you will be notified when the group starts making plans to go skiing.

Once you join this Forum (which is actually a Google Group), you can post messages in the midweek forum whenever you want.  Only your first message, or your first joining, needs to be approved by a group moderator..

Sometimes we use 2-way radios to connect on Channel 6, Code 19, but almost nobody in the Meadows group uses radios any more, so this is not a reliable way to connect.








Passport is required.


Find out how to apply for or renew your passport in this recently updated article on Passports.


Your Passport must be valid until six months after your return. It is your responsibility to ensure your required travel documents are in order and with you.

FWSA Scuba Diving Trip to

Cozumel, Mexico

12th annual scuba dive trip

with Randy Lew


October 9 - 16, 2021

Land Package (Price per person, double occupancy)

  • Dive Package:  $1,399 pp Standard Bungalow (double occupancy)
  • Non-Dive Package:  $919 pp Standard Bungalow (double occupancy)
  • Single Supplement:  $300 additional Standard Bungalow
  • Lodging upgrades availanle - contact Randy Lew for details.

(Air transportation not included in above pricing)

Price Includes

  • 7 Nights at Iberostar Cozumel Resort - Dbl. occupancy with all meals daily.
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Resort fees, taxes & gratuities (housekeeping tips, dive gratuities, Marine Park & ECO Room fees not included).
  • 5 X 2 Tank morning dives, 1 night dive, including 2 Cenote dives.
  • PADI CDC Center – Dressler Dive Center onsite
  • Complimentary Nitrox
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Resort amenities
  • Welcome Party and Farewell Dinne

Contact: Randy Lew, FWSA Dive Trip Leader,

P.O. Box 9237, Truckee, CA 96162, 530-304-0802.
Email: divetrips@fwsa.org 


More Info: https://www.fwsa.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=623165&module_id=506917



  Jackson Hole

Jackon Hole, WY

Jackson Hole, WY


January 21 - 28, 2023
Annual ski week organized by the Far West Ski Association.

Join us for a week of skiing, partying, and racing in Aspen.

Trip package includes lodging and FWSA and Council parties.  Additional costs for lift tickets, group air/ground, and Council Challenge races. 

Details at:

Questions:  Contact Rod Robinson,
541-344-7170 Rdrobinsonskier@gmail.com.



Whitewater ski area, B.C.


Red Mt.
Red Mountain - Paradise area

Red Mt. view
View of Red. Mt. from Granite Mt.
Josie offers ski-in/ski-out at Red. Mt.




1.  Whitewater video ,

2.  Linda & Bruce - Whitewater pow

3.  Red Mountain video,

4.  Red Mountain Expansion

Click Here for full trip flyer and details. Important info on pages 2 and 3.

Mt. High ski trip

Red, White and Blue 

Red Mountain and Whitewater, B.C., Canada

January 25 - February 1, 2023

Join us at Red Mountain and Whitewater, B.C.

Full trip price includes:

  • roundtrip charter bus transportation from Portland via Bluestar Coachlines Canada,
  • 7 nights lodging (business class and above),
  • 3 Red lift tickets,
  • 2 Whitewater lift tickets,
  • a few meals and
  • a bus load of club members to enjoy the trip with!!

We will start our trip in the vibrant mountain town of Nelson, British Columbia.  We will stay 3 nights in traditional hotel rooms with TWO people per room.  Rooms have QQ bedding.   There is a restaurant onsite and we are located on the edge of downtown within walking distance to shops and restaurants.

We will ski Whitewater Ski Resort, less than a 25-minute drive from town on Thursday and Friday.

On Saturday, a surprise awaits us on our travel day to Rossland, British Columbia. Once we arrive at Red Mountain, we will stay ON MOUNTAIN at the Josie hotel for 4 nights.  All hotel rooms will be QQ set up with TWO people per room. There is a restaurant and bar onsite and the town of Rossland is a quick 5-minute shuttle ride away.  In addition, for a fee there is an onsite spa and 2 slope side saunas to enjoy during our visit!! 

Whitewater Resort is in the Selkirk Mountains and typically receives over 40 feet of powder!!  Whitewater boasts over 2300 acres, 82 runs and 2044 feet of vertical. The trail break- down is about 11% double black, 47% black, 34% blue and 10% green. Whitewater also offers Nordic trails for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and fat biking. Please note that Whitewater is off the grid.  That means no cell service and no Wi-Fi while at the resort.  You are there to ski anyway!!

Red Mountain Resort is located 5 minutes from the town of Rossland in the Monashee Mountains.  It has 8 lifts, 119 runs, 3850 skiable acres with 2900 feet of vertical.  Red receives over 300 inches of snowfall on average and has three separate peaks to enjoy. Trail break-down is about 26 % expert, 23% advanced, 34% intermediate and 17% beginner so there is something for everyone.

Pricing is per person based on double occupancy: 

Adult =  $1725
Senior (65-74) = $1627   

Super Senior (75 and up) = $1305 


$500 deposit to secure your spot.

If you have a reciprocal pass that includes lift tickets to either of these resorts, please reach out to the trip leader for special pricing.

Trip Leader: Karen Michels   503 984 9210 - text preferred

Click Here for full trip flyer and details. Important info on pages 2 and 3.

See our Mt. High  Trip Cancellation Policy




FWSA International Week

Zermatt, Switzerland

with an optional extension to

Costa del Sol, Southern Spain & Mallorica



Feb. 24 - March 12, 2023 -- Zermatt. Switzerland trip.

A week of skiing in Switzerland.

Plus an optional post-trip extension to Southern Spain and Mallorca.

More info at


For information contact:
Debbie Stewart at FwsaIntlTrvl@prodigy.net   

 or 559-737-0882 [C]




Brundage base

The base area at Brundage.

Brundage lift
Brundage Mt. - View from the top

Brundage yurt

The yurt at Brundage Mt.



Phil and Kurt at Tamarack


Tamrack ridge

The ridge at Tamarack

Click here for

the Idaho trip flyer

 Mt. High ski trip
McCall, Idaho
Brundage Mt. & Tamarack
3 - 6 nights.  2 - 5 ski days. Travel by car, train, or plane.

February 26 - March 1, 2, or 3, 2023
Join us for a wonderful adventure.

2-5 days skiing:  February 27-March 3 (Monday-Friday)  Your choice, depending upon your free lift tickets and how many days you want to ski

START DATE: Sunday, Feb. 26 – Drive to McCall & check in.  You can book as many as 5 nights at our group rate. 

Note that this trip (like the Schweitzer trip last year) will be different from our usual ski trips - because of the virus/pandemic:
  1. Everyone will be driving their own car. We will NOT have a bus.
  2. For lodging, you can select your own roommate (optional), or simply have a room to yourself. Your choice. We will not assign roommates.
  3. You are responsible for purchasing your own lift tickets, either day tickets, exchange tickets (Mt. Hood Meadows (to be confirmed), or a pass (Indy Pass or Loveland pass).
HOTEL -  Book your own room under our group rate at the Best Western Plus in McCall, 211 S. 3rd Street, McCall, ID; 208-634-2230.  [They are right across from the McCall airport, Raj.]  Your trip leader usually books budget lodging, but this trip is an exception, as we will be staying at a beautiful hotel with lots of amenities (check out the pictures on their website!).  Our group rate is $179.99 plus tax ($206.99 including tax) per night, per double queen room. 

To get this rate, just tell the hotel you are with the Mountain High club.

The hotel offers free parking, wireless internet, premium bedding, non-smoking spacious double queen rooms, a 24-hour indoor swimming pool, oversize jacuzzi tub, spa, sauna and gym.  Enjoy a daily, complimentary full hot buffet breakfast which includes freshly made breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches, cereal, fruit, yogurt, juice, pastries (and they will deliver to your room from 6:30 to 9:30 a.m.)  They said they have an omelette chef also! 

The rooms have premium bedding, High Speed Wireless Internet, Refrigerator, Microwave, DirectTV, Hairdryer, Iron/Ironing board, Desk, and Alarm Clock.  Note that there is an elevator! 

Please book your hotel room early – we only have a certain number of rooms.  After January 15 our room block will expire, but you can still make reservations at our rate if there is space.   There is no penalty for canceling up to one week before your arrival. 

The hotel is located 11 miles from Brundage and 20 miles from Tamarack.  The City of McCall operates a mini bus called McCall Transit from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 7 days a week, free public transport to anyone. In the winter time the city of McCall provides free transit for all hotel guests to their activity destination skiing or snowmobiling. 

SKIING AT BRUNDAGE: 2 or 3 days (your choice, depending upon your pass).  Brundage has been on an exchange program with Mt. Hood Meadows all access passholders  and Loveland Ski Area passholders, who can get 3 days free skiing midweek.  They are also on the Indy Pass (2 free days of skiing).  Indy Pass holders do not need to pre-schedule visits. Simply bring your valid photo ID to the on-mountain Guest Services office to redeem your ticket for the day.  In addition to the two days included in the pass purchase, you may purchase a third day at 25% off. You can make that purchase the day of your visit.  Like many ski areas these days, Brundage will sell tickets online in advance, at some kind of discount which is not known at this time. 

SKIING AT TAMARACK:  2 free days with the Indy Pass

Everyone who signs up for this trip, please contact Linda McGavin and let her know the following:
  • Did you make your hotel reservations, and for how many nights (2 or 3 or more)?
  • Where do you expect to ski, and which pass(es) do you have? 
There are lots of restaurants in the area listed on the hotel website, which also lists many other activities in the area, including:
  • HFP Sleigh Rides, a horse drawn sleigh to observe and feed elk in Donnelly (13 mi.)
  • The Activity Barn tubing hill (3 mi.)
  • Gold Fork Hot Springs (15 mi.) and
  • Burgdorf Hot Springs (33 mi.)
Brundage Mountain Resort:  Summit Elevation 7,803 feet; Base Elevation 5,882 feet; Vertical drop 1,921 feet; 6 Lifts (One high-speed quad, four triples, one conveyor lift).  70 Named Trails (Easiest: 21%, More Difficult: 33%, Most Difficult: 46%).  Snowcat skiing is available – ask your trip leader if you might be interested and we’ll check it out.  We did it on our last visit to Brundage.  Wonderful mountain views of Payette Lake and the surrounding countryside. 

Tamarack Mountain Resort:  Summit Elevation 7,700 feet; Base Elevation 4,900 feet; 1,100 acres; Vertical drop 2,800 feet; 7 Lifts (3 express, 2 doubles, 1 poma, 1 magic carpet).  50 Named Trails (Easiest: 17%, More Difficult: 45%, Most Difficult: 38%).   While the original tent at the base area (which used to be the lodge at the time of our very first visit) is still there, a mountain village that looks like Whistler has been built, with HIGH end lodging and dining: the Rendezvous Food Hall, an indoor open venue featuring an eclectic mix of four eateries; The Triple B Diner, El Pueblo Taqueria, Crusty's Pizza and Summit Bowls. Tamarack’s newest offering, The Reserve, features alpine-inspired Northwest cuisine in a mountain modern atmosphere.

Join us for a wonderful adventure!
NOTE:  The club is not collecting any money for this trip.  We will pay the hotel individually and buy lift tickets individually.  And for transportation, we;ll drive our own cars.

Click here for the Idaho trip flyer.


Trip leader:

Linda McGavintrips@mthigh.org , 503-652-2840.

To sign up for this trip, simply do two things:

1.  Make your hotel room reservation - online.

2.  Contact Linda and let her know your situation.  Did you make your hotel reservations, and for how many nights (2 or 3 or more)?  Where do you expect to ski, and which pass(es) do you have? How many days will you ski? 

See our Mt. High
Trip Cancellation Policy



Far West Mini Ski Week

Taos, NM


February 25 - March 2, 2023.

The largest and most famous ski area in New Mexico.

Taos is on the IKON Pass. (must reserve your ski days with IKON)

Trip package price starting at $1,258 is based on double occupancy. Single supplement pricing is available
Price does NOT include air or lift tickets.


• Five night’s lodging
• Snake Dance Condos, just steps from lift 1 Spacious units with fully equipped kitchens. King/Split king bedrooms. Apres ski, food and restaurants nearby.
• Ski in/Ski out
• 2bdrm condo—split King
• 1bdrm condo—split King
Welcome Reception
Farewell Dinner
Souvenir Ski Vest
Shuttle Albuquerque Airport
(must arrive between 10am—2pm)


Optional for purchase:

3-day Adult Lift Ticket--$444
4-day Adult Lift Ticket--$578
3-day Senior Lift Ticket--$267
4-day Senior Lift Ticket--$464
Discounted Equipment Rental

Optional Activities:
• Snowmobile Tours
• Spa Services
• Sledding
• Ice Skating
• Art & History Museums
• Taos Pueblo—World Heritage Site

Trip details are posted at: http://fwsamini.sat.tours .


1. Marilyn Sigler, Marski@teleport.com 503-504-3663

2. Nancy Ellis, Fwsatravelnancy@sbcglobal.net,  530-582-0566 









Mt. Shasta


Mt. Ashland



Print out and fill this

Trip flyer and registration form

(The registration form is on page 3 of the flyer. Also sign page 4.)




See our Mt. High Trip Cancellation Policy


Mt. High

Mt. Shasta + Mt. Ashland

1 central lodging, 2 ski areas


March 17 - 19, 2023.  Weekend trip (Friday. - Sunday).

with optional extension of another 2 days..

     Saturday at:  Mt. Shasta  - Click here for webcam.

     Sunday   at:  Mt. Ashland - Click here for webcam.


The Mt. Shasta / Mt. Ashland trip is definitely happening,
but in a somewhat different way. Much more
flexible now.

So far, we have about 12 people going.

We are not collecting any money for this trip. In
fact, everyone will receive a refund. Instead, everyone
should now make their own hotel reservations. See details below.

There have been several significant changes and updates. Please read carefully:

LIFT TICKETS are not included any more. Many of the participants already have an Indy Pass, which means free skiing at both Mt. Shasta and Mt. Ashland. And we don’t have enough other participants to be able to qualify for a group discount. So, everyone will have to get their own tickets when we get there.

TRANSPORTATION. We have canceled the bus. This will now be a drive-to trip, everyone driving their own car or carpooling.
LODGING. We have switched hotels to a very nice one but less expensive than the Stratford Inn.

Our hotel will now be the Plaza Inn and Suites, 98 Central Ave , Ashland, Oregon 97520. Phone: 855-516-1090.
Located in the heart of Ashland, near Lithia Park. The rack rate is in the range of about $129 per room per night plus tax, but you can get a better deal if you make your reservations through a service such as Booking.com, Hotels.com, Tripadvisor.com, or Priceline.com.

One way to search for a good deal is to start with Google Maps, type in the hotel name and the town of Ashland, and then scroll down a bit through the left-hand column to see all the offerings and prices. Note that this list and their prices change from day to day. If you see a good deal, grab it.

We are asking everyone to make their own reservations. That way, you can choose whichever room you want, including one with a jacuzzi or one with a fireplace, or just a standard room. Note that their Studio and their Deluxe rooms are their least expensive rooms and are priced the same. Other rooms are more expensive.

Also, ask for an AAA discount if you are an AAA member.
Most of the agencies selling reservations offer free cancellation until 2 days before, pay at the property, and no booking or credit card fees.

You will receive a refund of your $200 deposit from the club. But remember to make your own room reservations.

TRIP LENGTH. Now that we are driving, feel free to stay in Ashland longer and ski both Shasta and Mt. Ashland for 2 days each, if you want. That’s to take full advantage of the 2 free days that the Indy Pass gives you.

The core of the trip will be the weekend of March 18-19. But you can come in a day or two early and or stay a day or two later. It’s totally up to you. That’s part of the reason we are asking everyone to make their own reservations.

Some of us are still planning to stay just for the weekend. Others are planning to come a day or two early and ski on Friday as well as on Monday. Or ski Thursday and Friday. Your choice.

The only challenge is finding a carpool or roommate for the same dates.Please let us (Linda, Bill, or Emilio) know when you are planning to arrive and how many days/nights you
are planing to stay. See our contact info below.

We will all hopefully ski together on Saturday and Sunday. One day at Mt. Ashland and one day at Mt. Shasta. But if you plan on extending the trip, please keep in mind the following:

a) Mt. Ashland is CLOSED on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
b) Mt. Ashland is open for night skiing (9 am – 9 pm) on Thursdays & Fridays.
c) St. Patrick’s Day is on Friday, March 17, 2023. Come early to join the revelry.
d) Mt. Shasta Ski Park is open every day of the week.

INDY PASS. The Indy Pass gives you 2 free days at not only Mt. Ashland and Mt. Shasta, but also at Brundage and Tamarack (in Idaho), and also 2 free days at Mt. Hood Meadows,
plus 2 free days at another 30 ski areas in the West.

WHY DID WE CANCEL THE BUS? The bus had to be canceled for two very good reasons.
1. Only 12 people had signed up for this trip, and that is not enough to cover the cost of the bus.
2. The COVID pandemic is still rampant and a potential health hazard if we all pack into a bus for several hours. Just one infected person could potentially infect everyone else. This has actually happened  on the recent Red, White and Blue trip to Canada. Well, not everyone got infected, but we estimate about
30% of the participants got COVID during the trip.

So, terribly sorry, but we can’t do this trip by bus.

See photos of that 2019 trip to Shasta and Ashland on our website at: http://www.mthigh.org/Photos2019.html#Shasta-Ashland-trip.

Let us know if you want to join us on this trip to Shasta/Ashland. Please contact any of the 3 of us:

Bill King, 614-371-4762, President@mthigh.org

Linda McGavin, 503-781-5809, Trips@mthigh.org 

Emilio Trampuz, 503-378-0171, Emilio2000@earthlink.net

NWSCC logo

Mt. Bachelor
Mt. Bachelor
Mt. Bachelor logo

Trip open to members off all local ski clubs in the Northwest

April 7 - 9, 2023.

Start:  Friday, April 7, 2023, at 5:00 PM
End:   Sunday, April 9, 2023, at 3:00 PM 

Everyone from all NWSCC clubs is invited to join us!

Lodging: La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Bend

                61200 S Highway 97 Bend, OR     (See map)

                (10 minutes to downtown Bend)

All rooms include free parking, deluxe continental breakfast, high speed internet, fitness center, indoor swimming pool (slat water). It's a non-smoking hotel - pet friendly.  10 minutes from downtown Bend.  35 - 40 minutes to Mt. Bachelor.

Per person, double occupancy. Choice of a King bed or 2 Queen beds.

Sign up with your roommate of choice or pay a single supplement of $130.   We will not assign roommates for this trip.

You have the option to arrive early on Thursday night (for Friday skiing) or to stay Sunday night. We will be asking for people to sign up with a roommate of their choice or to pay a single supplement; we will not assign roommates on this trip. Sign up early to get the room of your choice, as we have a limited number of rooms and La Quinta has told us they will sell out of rooms and we may not be able to add more.

The price of $320 (PP/DO) for adults includes 2 nights’ lodging at either place, 2 continental breakfasts, and a 2 consecutive day lift pass. Prices are lower for seniors, super seniors, children and teens! 

Seniors 65-69 and teens 13-18** pay only $250 - $275.
Super seniors 70+ and youths 6-12** pay only $220 - $245.

Non-skiers pay only $150    .

** With 2 paying adults, children stay at no extra charge – just pay group rate for lift tickets. 

Come early or stay later. Great prices available for add-ons to either end of the trip.  

Sign Up & Pay By March 1, 2023   /   Form is on the NWSCC Website at:  https://nwskiers.org/trips .

Questions? - Contact: Linda McGavin at editor@nwskiers.org / www.nwskiers.org

NOTE: This is a multi-club trip open to all Northwest ski clubs. It is organized by the NW Ski Club Council.  Payments for this trip should be sent to the NWSCC; not to our club. Instead of the Dough Transmittal Form, please use the signup form mentioned above.

FWSA logo

Cruise to Alaska


June 21 - 25, 2022  -  Denali Tour

June 25 - July 2, 2022  -- Inside Passage Cruise.


Join the Denali Tour and Alaska Cruise June 21-- July 2, 2021.  Participants can sign up for the Denali Tour or Alaska Cruise or for the combined two trips.  The Denali Trip starts with two days in Fairbanks, AK, followed by two days in Denali, and ends in Anchorage for those doing this portion only.  The Inside passage Alaska Cruise starts in Whittier and travels southward with stops in Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan before docking in Vancouver, BC. 

Per Person Rates for the Alaska Inside Passage Cruise:
    $2,199.00 - Balcony Rooms/ Obstructed Views
    $2,299.00 - Balcony Rooms/ Unobstructed Views
    $2,599.00 - Junior Suites
Plus $234.00 per person port fees


  • Welcome Cocktail Party
  • $25 per cabin credit ($12.50/person)
  • Tips - $14.50 per day per person ($101.50 wk.) charged to ship card daily
  • Those who signed up for 2021 Coral Princess received the FREE premium beverage package; Free Wi-Fi;  and FREE gratuities (approximate value $900) and this carries over when you were rebooked for the 2022 Majestic Cruise.

  • 2022 Majestic Princess new signups will be informed of
  • "Special Deals" at the time of booking.

Those on the optional Denali Tour will be bused to the ship on Saturday about 5 pm

Those on the Cruise Only:
    Option 1--Fly into Anchorage Saturday and take ground transportation to ship before 8:30 PM Transfer $59.
    Option 2--Fly into Anchorage Friday, June 24, 2022, and stay at Captain Cook Hotel overnight and take 2 transfers to ship by 8:30 PM Saturday--$264 per person double occupancy.

Check payable to "FWSA"
Send check to: Nancy Ellis, P .0. Box 9681, Truckee, CA 96162

Trip information and registration on the FWSA.org website:


Contact Nancy Ellis, VP North American Travel, fwsatravelnancy@sbcglobal.net; (530) 414-8261.





  Encounter with a sea turtle





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FWSA 12th Annual Scuba Dive Trip

Little Cayman Island

A top diving site in the Caribbean

with Randy Lew


October 7 - 14, 2023

Little Cayman: Little Cayman had been named a top dive site in the Caribbean for its iconic Bloody Bay Wall, year-round perfect diving conditions, pristine coral reefs, and spectacular marine life. Little Cayman Beach Resort brings this magnificent experience beneath the sea directly onto the sand. Bloody Bay Wall is the main attraction, but there are other sites that are equally as exciting with numerous tunnel systems and crevices, both on the shallow reefs and out over the wall. Offering some of the most beautiful reef structures to be seen in the underwater world, this is where divers in-the-know go. Many dive operations claim the late Philippe Cousteau declared Bloody Bay Wall to be one of the three best dives in the world.

Basic Land Package (Price per person, double occupancy)

  • Diver Land Package:  $2,306 Standard  Room (double occupancy*)  
  • Non-Diver Land Package: $2,040 pp Room bungalow (double occy)
  • Single Supplement Add: $696 additional Standard Room
  • Lodging Upgrades Available – contact Randy Lew for details

      (Air transportation is not included in the above pricing.)

Price Includes:

  • 7 nights -  Pool View Room at Little Cayman Beach Resort – Dbl. Occupancy with all meals daily.
  • Drink Package - Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Non-motorized water sports and activities
  • Resort fees, taxes & staff gratuities (dive gratuities not included).
  • 6 days of 2 tank boat dives, 5 days of afternoon boat dives & complimentary use of dive computer.
  • PADI & SSI certified dive professionals
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi (primarily in public areas)
  • Little Cayman Airport ground transfers
  • Resort amenities
  • Welcome Party and Farewell Dinner

Info Sheet: https://www.fwsa.org/docs.ashx?id=1093127
Trip flyer:  
Registration form:

Contact: Randy Lew, FWSA Dive Trip Leader,

829 SE 11th Place

Battle Ground, WA 98604

Cell: 530/304-0802

E-mail: FWSA13Randy@telis.net

More Info on the FWSA website at: https://www.fwsa.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=623165&module_id=552242


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