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THE DEPARTURE TIMES FOR LOCAL SKI DAYS ARE:
  • Sierra College & Hwy 80 park and ride - 7:30 AM
  • Hazel & Hwy 50 parking lot                    - 7:15 AM
Plan to arrive 15 minutes before Departure Time to allow for loading, etc.

The recommended contribution to carpool drivers is: 1 rider - $25. 2 riders - $20 each. 3 or more riders - $15 each.

Please use the Skiing Forum to post your intent to go skiing. The purpose is to: (1) Let other club members know they have fellow skiers for the day. (2) To know that carpooling is available. Radios are essential for on the mountain communications...bring your radio!

Highway 80 meeting location for North Shore resorts: Hwy 80 at Sierra College Boulevard; From eastbound 80 take the Sierra College Blvd exit. At the light turn left onto Sierra College Blvd going north across the freeway and turn left at the light (Commons Dr). After turning onto Commons Dr, instead of turning right into Panera Bread, continue on and make a u-turn as soon as possible, then immediately turn right into the Park & Ride.

Highway 50 meeting location for South Shore resorts: In Rancho Cordova, Nimbus Winery (Hwy 50 at Hazel Ave.) At Hazel, go south to Folsom Blvd, then turn left, and left again into the Nimbus Winery parking lot. Park nearest the freeway away from the businesses. On your return trip, you can exit 50 at Folsom Blvd. (a mile before Hazel) and go west past the Auto Mall and proceed into the Nimbus Winery parking lot on the right.


LOCAL SKI DAY SCHEDULE

See the list of Local Ski Days to the left.  Note: No trips planned until after restrictions are lifted.

Before you go, check the snow report and webcams for your destination.  Check the weather at NOAA and road conditions at Caltrans and Caltrans Cameras.

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Upcoming Events
Upcoming Ski Trips
2021 SKI TRIPS   Contact Carl A. if you have a trip proposal or wish to lead a trip.
See the trip calendar to the left

NORTH SHORE TRIP - January (dates TBA); Leader needed
SOUTH SHORE SKI TRIP - March (dates TBA); Leader needed


RESPONSIBILITY CODE ( National Ski Areas Assn.)
  1. Always stay in control and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
  2. People ahead of you have the right of way.  It is your responsibility to avoid them.
  3. You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.
  4. Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
  5. Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
  6. Observe all posted signs and warnings.  Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
  7. Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

SKI SAFETY / ETIQUETTE - 49er Ski Club, click here
 
BOARD'S GUIDANCE ON SCHEDULING CONFLICT

The ski club leadership schedules activities for the purpose of encouraging members to ski or participate in a variety of other events together. These activities will be planned with input from the general membership. It is anticipated that members will help support these events. Individuals should let the Activity Coordinator know as soon as possible of any problems with the schedule.

Members should refrain from:
  1. Announcing an event or ski location at a 49er meeting or other means of communication that conflict with a previously scheduled event.
  2. Scheduling (or inviting all members) to any ski trip that is close in date to a regularly scheduled ski trip, thus possibly causing members to choose only one of the activities, even if it is possible to participate in both.