A Ski and Travel Club in San Antonio, TX

About Us

In 1978, a group of friends who shared a passion for skiing and travel, formed Club St. Bernard.  Over the years, our club has grown to include an average membership of around 100 members:  couples, singles, and families.  Our travel adventures typically are based on the Texas Ski Council travel calendar, but we also run our own club trips, as well.  While most of ski, we do have a few snowboarders, and a lot of non-skiers who just enjoy the beauty of the mountains and always find alternative activities to pursue on ski trips.  Not all of our trips are ski trips… we have trekked to exotic locales like the Galapagos Islands, Machu Picchu, Egypt, South Africa, Australia, and more!  While we don’t actually have a St. Bernard dog, we do claim Max, a member’s grand-dog, as our un-official mascot!  If you, too, have a passion for snow sports and/or travel, we’d love to meet you!

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November Meeting! Wednesday, Nov. 14

Our November meeting will be at the Longhorn Cafe’ (our usual meeting spot) at 7:00 PM.  Come early to order food and visit!

Our presenter will be Matt Greenwaldt of Mayflower Tours.  In response to members’ requests for a trip to Greece, we’ve invited Matt to present his thoughts.  Please come prepared with your questions and suggestions.

2018 Annual Holiday Party: Dec. 8: Save the Date!

This year. our annual Christmas/ Holiday Party will be on Saturday, December 8, at the private home of a member.  For now, just save the date on your calendar.  More info to come!  (We’ve moved it from the customary 1st Saturday of December to the 2nd Saturday, so are letting everyone know early!)

Very Few Spots Left on 2019 Trips!

As of this update, only one spot is left for the Whitefish, MO, trip.  (That spot is for a female.)  Please see the Whitefish article for Trip Leader contact info.

And, as of this update, there are 4 spots left for the Banff trip!   Can be male or female.  Please see the Banff article for Trip Leader contact info.