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Who Can Join
The club is open to youngsters between the ages of 9 and 18. Of course, we encourage our members to join with their friends and/or their brothers and sisters. The club is also a great place to meet new friends and over the years, we have seen many lasting friendships form on our trips.  PARENTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.

How It Works
We go to the mountains every Saturday from December to March. There is an extra trip on Martin Luther King Day. Each trip includes transportation, lift tickets, and supervision. Optional lessons and equipment rentals are available on most trips.

We travel in luxury coach buses. There are stops at several places along Route 128 in Massachusetts. The buses leave early in the morning and return in the early evening.

All places on each trip are reserved. We send out an email each Tuesday. On Wednesday evenings, we will call to see if you would like to join us on the upcoming trip, Or you may reserve via email.  Members may go on as many or as few trips as they wish.


What It Costs
The cost of membership is $90 per year. Each weekly trip usually costs approximately $95. Trips to certain premium mountain resorts will cost slightly more.

What Members Get
Members can go skiing or riding at a major mountain resort every week during the winter. Each trip includes a lift ticket and transportation.

Where Trips Start
Every Saturday buses stop in several locations including Canton, Westwood, Needham, Wellesley, Weston, Newton, Cambridge and Lexington. Other stops may be added if a sufficient number of members from another area sign up.

The Mountains
We go to a different mountain each week. In past years, we have gone to Killington, Sunday River, Okerno, Stratton, Loon, Sunapee, Bretton Woods, Waterville Valley and many more.

Beyond the School Trips
Many schools sponsor evening ski and snowboard trips to local ski areas. The Massachusetts Ski and Snowboard Club takes day-long trips to New England's top mountains. If you are looking for more than the schools offer, the Massachusetts Ski and Snowboard Club is for you.

Lessons are available for all members at an additional cost. Lessons are provided by the ski area staff. We highly recommend that members take advantage of lessons, no matter how high your skill level; there is always room for improvement.
Adult Supervision
Each bus has 2-3 adults who supervise the bus trip. The supervisors are on duty at the ski area to maintain decorum, assign skiing partners, and assist the skiers if asked for help at the base. Supervisors rely on the cooperators of the ski area for skiing conditions and restrictions.  Since 1969 the Massachusetts Ski and Snowboard Club, Inc. has demonstrated its responsibility to parents and the skiing public by maintaining a high behavior level among its members.

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