A Ski and Travel Club in San Antonio, TX

TSC Winter Shootout: Beaver Creek, CO February 10-17, 2018

Trip Leader: Cindy Kopp

210-386-9733 or [email protected]

Beaver Creek is a luxury ski resort owned and operated by Vail Resorts, with 1825 acres of terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboarders:  19% beginner, 43% intermediate and 38% advanced.  There are 25 ski lifts and 150 trails on 776 groomed acres.  With its Birds of Prey downhill course, Beaver Creek has regularly hosted world cup ski races in early December.  Because of small differences in the microclimate it typically gets even more deep dry snow than its sister resort Vail, which is located about 8 miles away.  Beaver Creek is good for beginners, intermediates, bump skiers, highspeed carvers, spa fans and foodies.

The village has a European atmosphere, and there are heated sidewalks so visitors never have to walk around town in the snow.  Escalators are placed throughout the village so visitors don’t have to climb up and down stairs in ski boots. There is free on-demand shuttle service throughout the resort, and chocolate chip cookies are free at 3pm each afternoon!

The Charter condominium where you will be staying, is in the heart of Beaver Creek resort with ski in/ski out access, and within walking distance to Beaver Creek Village.

For those skiers and sightseers who like variety, there is a bus that goes to Vail, and lift tickets for three or more days can be used at both Beaver Creek and Vail.

Stay at Beaver Creek with your friends in Club St. Bernard, and have fun skiing while enjoying the benefits of the group travel discounts through the Texas Ski Council.   Because the travel and lodging arrangements are made for you, you can relax and enjoy the quaint village.

TSC Winter Shootout: Beaver Creek, CO February 10-17, 2018

Trip Leader: Cindy Kopp

210-386-9733 or [email protected]

Beaver Creek is a luxury ski resort owned and operated by Vail Resorts, with 1825 acres of terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboarders:  19% beginner, 43% intermediate and 38% advanced.  There are 25 ski lifts and 150 trails on 776 groomed acres.  With its Birds of Prey downhill course, Beaver Creek has regularly hosted world cup ski races in early December.  Because of small differences in the microclimate it typically gets even more deep dry snow than its sister resort Vail, which is located about 8 miles away.  Beaver Creek is good for beginners, intermediates, bump skiers, highspeed carvers, spa fans and foodies.

The village has a European atmosphere, and there are heated sidewalks so visitors never have to walk around town in the snow.  Escalators are placed throughout the village so visitors don’t have to climb up and down stairs in ski boots. There is free on-demand shuttle service throughout the resort, and chocolate chip cookies are free at 3pm each afternoon!

The Charter condominium where you will be staying, is in the heart of Beaver Creek resort with ski in/ski out access, and within walking distance to Beaver Creek Village.

For those skiers and sightseers who like variety, there is a bus that goes to Vail, and lift tickets for three or more days can be used at both Beaver Creek and Vail.

Stay at Beaver Creek with your friends in Club St. Bernard, and have fun skiing while enjoying the benefits of the group travel discounts through the Texas Ski Council.   Because the travel and lodging arrangements are made for you, you can relax and enjoy the quaint village.

2018 Trip Lineup!

The following trips have been selected by the Texas Ski Council. It’s time to start planning your dream trip with your ski and travel pals!

TSC Traditional: Jan. 13-20, 2018
Steamboat Springs, CO
Contact Cinnamon Mitchell: [email protected]
or Alycen Lacombe: [email protected]

TSC Winter Expedition: Jan 27 - Feb. 3
Cortina, Italy
Contact Christine Augustine: [email protected]

TSC Winter Shootout: Feb. 10-17, 2018
Beaver Creek, CO
Contact Cindy Kopp: 210-386-9733 [email protected]

TSC Final Showdown: Feb. 24- Mar 3, 2018 Park City, UT
Contact Melissa Wight: [email protected]
or Lizzie Fisher: [email protected]

TSC Summer Expedition: October 17-26, 2018
Patagonia
Contact: Jana Toy: [email protected] 210-884-6572

First General Meeting of 2018: Wednesday, Jan. 17

Come to the Longhorn Cafe, 17625 Blanco Rd., on Wednesday, Jan. 17, for an exciting program and trip updates.

Come early to order food and visit! The meeting starts at 7:00 in the party room.

If you are interested in serving on the board, talk to a member of the nominating committee (See Pawprints Newsletter in the above menu for the names of committee members).

Bring friends who might enjoy traveling/skiing with us, and if you're just interested in getting to know us, we welcome visitors and prospective members!

Pawprints Newsletter

Members and Friends: Our Pawprints Newsletter has been revised to reflect current news for our members and friends. It is accessible through the Menu item at the top of this website homepage!