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This group is for skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels to meet others who love to ski or ride. Our common interest is a passion for sking or boarding and our goal is simple… to get out on the snow and have FUN! During the season we'll hold monthly meetings (mixers/happy hours), organize day & weekend trips, car-pool, etc. (and occasionally, a few trips out of the area; like Colorado, Whistler, etc). We'llalso partner with other ski clubs or Meetup groups for combined activities. Anyone who wants to assist with organizing an event or get-togethers at a particular area or resort is welcome to become an Assistant Organizer; just ping Clint. Ideally, we'll have Organizers for each Reno, North Shore, South Shore, West Shore & possibly Carson/Minden/Gardnerville. Everyone is welcome; singles, couples, families; all ages; whether new to the area or a long-term Reno/Tahoe resident. Sign-up, watch for the meetup postings & get ready for another GREAT snow season in Tahoe with a bunch of new friends on the mountain!! BTW, the main photo posted is Moglmasher... on a "PowderBumps" day on Gunbarrel. Two thumbs up!

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Pre-season Charity Bash - benefiting SkiDUCK

Reno Power House Fitness

Our friend Meghan is throwing her 4th Annual Charity Birthday Party Fundraiser... to help local charities; including SkiDUCK, to help introduce more kids-in-need to skiing and snowboarding!! Tickets/Info: http://www.meghanscharitybash.com/ Saturday Oct 12 (6-10 PM), at Reno Power House Fitness 8543 White Fir Dr. Reno NV 89523 with Brewers Cabinet production facility (Indoor / outdoor event) Tickets: $45 adults, $30 kids, INCLUDES: Live music/band 2 drinks (alcoholic or non) 10 raffle tickets Games Photo booth Silent auction, and FOOD FROM: 1. BamDog 2. Creme Cafe 3. The Pizza Box 4. Carlitos Calle Tacos (If interested in volunteering or potential business sponsorship, just contact us through Meetup or the website link above.)

Ski/Snowboard and Eat in Japan

Niseko, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan

Join Saveur the Journey for an ADVANCED/EXPERT Skiing/boarding and Eating trip to the ultimate powder stash; Niseko (Hokkaido Prefecture), Japan! Float effortlessly through some of the driest, deepest snow in the world, while experiencing the decadent delights of Japanese hot spring baths (onsen), the rich and delicious culinary traditions, and amazing hospitality. Ski/Snowboard and Eat in Japan When: January 17-25th, 2020 (9 days, 8 nights) Where: Niseko, Hokkaido and surrounding resorts (Rusutsu and Kiroro). Niseko is on the IKON pass (discounts available). Closest airport: Sapporo, Japan Highlights: Ski some of the deepest and driest powder on the planet on Japan's Northernmost island. Averaging 14 meters of snow ("Japow") a year, Japan in January is nearly a sure bet to ski deep, light powder. Experience onsen (thermal hot baths), incredible Japanese cuisine, and a culture full of hospitality and beauty. Visit a fish market, sake and whiskey distillery, and a restaurant famous for its Soba. Eat delicious yakatori, sushi, ramen, and the amazing bounty of Hokkaido seafood. Optional cat skiing, sidcountry adventures, or backcountry tours available. Optional trip extension to central Hokkaido with a focus on backcountry touring January 25-30. Ski/snowboard level: ADVANCED/EXPERT with extensive powder experience. Max participants: 10 (5 spots available) Cost: $4650, reserve your spot before June 1 early bird to save $500 ($4150) (double occupancy). Includes all accommodations, most meals, 6 days lift tickets, transportation during the trip, English speaking guides (1 AMGA certified ski guide, 1 guide who happens to be a chef, and 1 Japanophile), tours, tastings, onsen entry. Does not include airfare, alcohol, gratuities, or trip insurance. More information: www.saveurthejourney.com/product/japan-ski-snowboard-and-eat-2020/ or email [masked]

Ski and Eat in the French Alps


Join “Saveur the Journey” for a Ski/Snowboard trip to the French and Swiss Alps March 6-14, 2020 with a focus on food, especially cheese! We will ski/board the "Portes du Soleil (Doors of the Sun)," 13 interconnected resorts in the French and Swiss Alps encompassing over 650 km of slopes while enjoying fondue, raclette, tartiflette, local sausages, mountain trout, winter salads, pastries, and great wines. After a day of shredding on the mountain visit the charming ski town of Morzine for an "après ski" or relax in a luxury post and beam chalet overlooking the valley with a glass of wine, hors-d’œuvres, and new friends! Ski/Snowboard and Eat in the French Alps When: March 6-14, 2020 (9 days, 8 nights) Where: Morzine, France--Portes du Soleil ski area Closest airport: Geneva, Switzerland Highlights: The Portes du Soleil is one of the world's largest ski areas with 13 interconnected resorts in France and Switzerland all accessible with a single lift pass. Sporting all kinds of terrain from steep couloirs and bowls to scenic cruisers, it also boasts one of the most difficult slopes in Europe, "Le Mur Suisse" (The Swiss Wall). The trip has a focus on food, especially the regional cheese specialties. Luxury post and beam chalet accommodations, optional 20 km guided backcountry descent of the famous Mont Blanc glacier (Vallée Blanche), interactions with French hosts, as well as cheese and charcuterie tours and a visit to a French farmers market. Your host is Aaron Schorsch, a chef who is passionate about French food, culture, and especially skiing. Max participants: 12 Ski/snowboard level: Intermediate-Expert Cost: $3450 (double occupancy) or $6000 for a couple. Includes all accommodations, most meals, 5 days lift tickets, transportation during the trip, English/French speaking guides, tours and tastings, half day advanced lessons. Does not include airfare, alcohol, or trip insurance. Single rooms available for a supplemental fee. Trip Extension (3/14-3/19): For Advanced/Expert skiers and boarders who want to ride high elevation, off piste descents with an IFMGA guide at the world famous resorts of La Grave, Les Deux Alpes, and Alpe D'Huez. Please inquire for details about the trip extension. More information: https://www.saveurthejourney.com/product/ski-vacation-in-france-9-days-8-nights/ or email [masked]

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