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Group Ski Trips

With the Lancaster Ski Club, you'll find opportunities to visit world class destinations in the US, Canada, Europe, and South America, at phenomenal group travel prices. We offer a variety of day, weekend, and week-long trips each year. See below for trips we are currently planning, and click on the trip name for more details.  As our motto says, "Ski the World!"

Upcoming Trips

Trip Committee Update November 2022

URGENT Updated News: Utah Safari March 4-10, 2023. $1,629.00 per person/ double occupancy Trip Leader: TBD    

Alta, Brighton, Solitude, Snowbird and Snowbasin.

12 seats left, but we only have until a Dec.15th deadline to fill the remaining seats. We need at least 6 people to keep our group rate.

You may sign up Online or send a check made payable to the Lancaster Ski Club and send to Jon Doman, 260 Carmen Dr., Collegeville, PA 19426

If you have any questions, please contact Jon Doman. 717-572-3457 or

Sun Valley, Idaho January 21-28, 2023. $1919.00 per person/ double occupancy or $1,999.00 per person / double occupancy in a Deluxe Queen/ Queen room. Trip Leader: Jon Doman. When signing up for this trip please let Jon know if you would like the standard or deluxe room.  ONLY 8 SEATS LEFT before it is sold out. 

Stratton, VT. February 3-5, 2023. $659.00 per person/ double occupancy                                                   Trip Leader: Patrick Lever

Sugarloaf, Maine February 8-12, 2023. $989.00 per person/ double occupancy                                                                  Trip Leader: Mike Jury

Airlines and resorts have significantly shortened sign up timeframes and are limiting the number of people on the slopes since COVID. If you have interest in the Lancaster Ski Club trips, sign up as soon as possible so you don’t miss the opportunity to join us.

Now available for Members Only: Go to the trips page and find the IKON PASS form to fill out and print to get your discounted IKON Pass for the 2022-2023.

Please note that all trip pricing does NOT include the cost of lift tickets.

For those that do not purchase an IKON Pass we will do our best to have individual lift ticket pricing available when our trip flyers come out.

If you have any questions regarding the trips, the trip application, or sign-up policy or would like to be considered as a trip leader or to serve on the Trip Committee, please contact me directly.

Jon Doman, Trip Chair or 717-572-3457

Think Snow!!

To sign up for a trip through the mail, print the trip application and mail it, along with your payment, to the trip leader.  Trip leader details can be found on the trip's event page.

LSC Trip Application

If you are interested in joining the Trip Committee to help decide on and plan trips for the club, please contact the trip chairperson.  Contact details are on the Contact Us page.


Previous Trip Write-Ups

Red Mountain, Whitewater, Schweitzer - 2022

February 5, 2022

On Saturday, January 29, 2022, a group of 24 club members embarked on an eight day adventure, skiing at two resorts in southern British Columbia and one in northern Idaho. Our departure from Lancaster went off without a hitch, other than an enormous snowstorm which marched up the 95 Corridor shutting down Philadelphia Airport the morning of our departure!! Thanks to our resourceful tour operator we were rebooked out of Dulles and even made our original connecting flight from Denver to Spokane.

Leaving Spokane, our three hour charter bus ride to Red Mountain, Rossland, BC, was relatively uneventful. Crossing the border into Canada was not an easy task during COVID but our group had all the necessary credentials and soon we pulled into the Josie Hotel at the base of Red Mountain. The staff quickly took care of our gear and got us settled in for three days of skiing this legendary mountain. Our first day on the mountain included a free guided mountain tour. We learned about this area’s rich mining history as well as the general layout of the slopes on the four named peaks that make up this resort. Red, Granite, Grey, and Mt Kirkup! Although Red had not seen a major snow in a few weeks, we received a few heavy squalls, freshening up the surface and keeping conditions good. There were plenty of stashes in the trees and hidden areas to be found as well! Our group enjoyed a breakfast buffet each morning using this time to connect with others and set plans for the ski day. Many in the group found their way a few miles down the mountain to the town of Rossland to have dinner or do some shopping. There was even a walking path to town, touting two tunnels and cold fresh air all the way down to town.

On Wednesday morning we said farewell to our new friends at Red and The Josie and headed an hour east to Nelson, BC, home of Whitewater Mountain, and our second stop on the famous “Powder Highway”. This raw gem of a resort was blessed with piles of snow and a mountain layout that funnels skiers back to only three chair lifts serving 2,367 acres of epic runs. The staff here was super helpful and our group enjoyed the no-frills day lodge local vibe. This mountain is the real deal, with a great combination of trees, open bowls, and some “rippin” groomers, soft enough to ensure that big smile on your face is even bigger on the next lap!!

At 4pm, after a pilsner toast to good times, our tired group loaded the coach and shoved off for our last ski destination of Sandpoint, ID, home of Schweitzer Mountain, the largest and best kept secret resort in Idaho!! After climbing over the Kootenay Pass (no small task) our bus arrived at the Porthill-Rykert border crossing, and it was closed! No need to panic! With our group cell phones in action, we quickly located another crossing an hour drive further east which was open 24/7. So off we went and arrived at Schweitzer in time for dinner and beverages at Pucci’s Pub, who were kind enough to stay open late for our group. The team at the Selkirk Lodge processed our check-in quickly and efficiently. After an early breakfast on Thursday morning, we hit the slopes of Schweitzer and explored two main areas of the mountain, Schweitzer Bowl and Outback Bowl. Both these areas have plenty of runs for all levels of skiers. The Lakeside Chutes area on the outback bowl was one of my personal favorites! The vibe on this mountain is very special as well and can be experienced throughout the many on-mountain eat or drink stops. Even loading the Stella lift is a trip back in time through the outdoor museum which exhibits some of the history of the mountain and the area.

The skiers on this trip were a special group of adventurers, going with the flow and finding fun in many of the challenges we faced. This camaraderie is what make LSC trips special and I for one cannot wait to see where the next one will take us!!


Roger Brubaker

Trip Leader


Lancaster Ski Club
P.O. Box 7861
Lancaster, PA 17604

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