This SUNDAY. January 22nd!! Ragged Mountain Day Trip

Get the family skiing, take the bus and avoid the hassle of a drive.  

Children ages 6–17 are only $64, and children under 6 are free


It's simple!  Sign up for a Day or Overnight Trip any time before the Friday prior to the trip and you will automatically be entered in a raffle to win a free bus ride on another Wednesday trip.  

Sign-up early to win!

Our next 2 Overnight Trips are sure to be great!

Cannon/Wildcat/Attitash, January 24–26, 2017 

This 3-day trip promises to be a winner! Three days of skiing, one each at Cannon, Wildcat, and Attitash. Two nights at the Town & Country Inn in Gotham, 2 breakfasts and one dinner, and round trip coach transportation. This trip is sure to sell out, so sign up today: Cannon/Wildcat/Attitash Overnight Trip 2017

Okemo at the Pointe at Castle Hill, February 1–2, 2017

Last year's trip got rave reviews! Overnight at the Pointe at Castle Hill Resort and Spa and two days skiing at Okemo. Included is dinner at the Castle Hill Mansion and a buffet breakfast, 2 days skiing at Okemo, and round trip coach transportation. Always one of our members' favorite mountains, this should be a great trip! Sign up today: Okemo at the Pointe Castle Hill 2017

Our Monthly General Meetings

Our next meeting is Monday January 16th at the Doubletree Hotel in Hyannis starting at 7:00pm.

The October meeting featured talks about new equipment, ski conditioning exercises, and club sponsored ski trips.

The November meeting, sponsored by Puritan and held at the Puritan Store on Main Street Hyannis featured THE PURITAN FASHION SHOW

The Puritan Ski department in the Hyannis store has the latest technology in ski tuning and offers seasonal rental programs for children and adults with a buy-out opportunity at the end of the season.  Due to the poor ski season last year, they have great deals on last year's equipment.

Note to Trip Leaders

The Travel committee has updated the Trip Leader Guides.  Please see the Trip Leader section of the website for the most current documentation on running trips.

Trip Leader Opportunities

If you would like to volunteer or learn more about it please contact Sharon Krause  508-255-1708 email:



Ski Area News

Poor snow in France has resulted in the United States becoming the world’s favorite ski destination during the 2015-16 season. According to the data from the French ski industry authority, Domaines Skiables de France, the US had a 6 % hike to 53.9 million skier days, and French had 52 million -- about three percent less than the past year. The United States held the top spot from 2008 to 2011. But, for the past four years, France has been fiercely boasting the top spot. France continues to be the top ski destination in Europe, however. Austria ended its ski season with 49.9 million -- 4 percent below last year. However, the coming season may bring some good news for Europe as US visitors are likely to increase due to the favorable exchange rates.

Patrick Thorne, The Snow Hunter, reports that, Waterville Valley in New Hampshire is working on the first phase of its Green Peak Expansion project which will see 10 new trails cut to provide 45 new acres of skiing and riding this season, serviced by a fixed grip chairlift.  This will be Waterville Valley Resort’s biggest expansion project in more than 30 years.


Monthly Meetings

The next Board of Directors Meeting is
Monday, January 2nd at 6:00 p.m.
DoubleTree Inn (map/directions)
 287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, Massachusetts, 02601.
Board meetings are open to all members.
 Please contact a Board member if you plan to attend.

CCSC General Meetings 

are the third Monday of the month

from September thru March at 7:00 p.m.

 DoubleTree Inn (map/directions)
287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, Massachusetts, 02601.




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