General Meeting and Happy Hour
General Meeting & Happy Hour
(BYO Beverage & Food)
Wednesday April 7th, 2021
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Olive Grove Park (Kearny Mesa)
Please Register for the Event HERE, as well as view/sign the Quick Release for the current Covid-19 situation.
Please bring the following items, as we plan to sit around a larger circle that will allow us to see each other, while meeting the required distancing rules:
- Camping Chair
- Beverage and Food of choice for yourself only
- Jacket or blanket (in case is gets cooler)
- Happy Face wearing mandatory mask
- Bring your well behaved dog
Renew Your IKON Pass
Reserve your 21/22 Ikon Pass through Ski.com for a DISCOUNT through May 18th!
Using this link not only gets you a discount on new Ikon passes, it gets credits for Action with our travel agent, Ski.com, that will help in our fly-away trip pricing for next season. There is no additional discount on Ikon pass renewals.
See the pricing table below.
Instructions to Reserve Your Pass:
- Click on the link above
- Click on the Ikon pass "See More Details" button
- Click "Buy Now"
- You will land on the "Regular Passes" tab. If you are renewing, make sure to switch to the "Renewal Passes Tab" to get renewal pricing.
- Once you are here, you should see our Ski.com agent info on the right of the screen
- Select you pass and click "Let's Book It" to buy
- Enter your name and Ikon pass info (you will need you previous Ikon pass number handy) and click "Continue"
- Enter your personal and credit card information and click "Reserve Now"
IMPORTANT: Discount pricing on new passes will not show up until you click "Reserve Now". The pricing is as follows:
Note: If you are expecting a COVID rebate on your 20/21 Ikon, you should expect to see that in your account starting on April 19th.
Paint, Wine & Canvas
Sunday May 2, 2021
Spend the afternoon with other Actioneers creating memories and masterpieces.
$20 includes all painting materials, wine/beer and individually wrapped snacks.
Click here for more info & sign-up
Torrey Pines Hike & Social Distance Happy Hour
Moselle Bike & Barge Trip
San Diego Council of Ski Clubs
Moselle Bike & Barge Trip
August 14-21 2021
Join the Council in exploring the beautiful Rhine River
$1700 per person - Not including Airfare
More info HERE
This Winter's Ski Season
What You Need To Know About This Winter's Ski Season
California's resorts ask skiers and riders to plan ahead before hitting the slopes
Excerpts from visitcalifornia.com
See full story at https://www.visitcalifornia.com/experience/what-you-need-know-about-winters-ski-season/
Buy Tickets (Rentals and Lessons) Online Before You Go Forget the typical last-minute rush for fresh powder—at most resorts, you won't be able to walk up to the ticket window at 9 a.m. and buy a lift ticket. Season pass holders get top priority for spots on the mountain, and skiers looking to buy daily tickets must purchase them online in advance...
Wear a Proper Face Covering At all California resorts, face coverings over the mouth and nose are mandatory indoors and outdoors whenever social distancing isn't possible, which means almost all the time except for when you're bombing down the slopes. "The resorts are taking face coverings very seriously. That's one protocol that everyone is going to have to comply with,"...
Embrace Outdoor Dining Another big change for this winter is limited indoor access. "People need to be prepared for the fact that there will be restrictions on being indoors, and that includes dining,”
Expect New Chairlift and Lift-Line Protocols Skiers will ride the chairlifts only with their ski buddies, not with strangers. Lift lines will be engineered to eliminate "pinch points"—places where skiers get bunched together.
Celebrate This Winter's Upside Skiing may look a little different this winter, but most snow lovers won't be fazed by masks and limited dining options. Instead, they'll be high-fiving. With resorts limiting the number of guests each day, skiers and riders will have more space on the mountain.
Action Ski & Snowboard Club is pleased to announce a NEW feature to our website! Since Action cannot lead any trips this season, and due to popular demand, we have released a Trip Forum on our website, accessible to current Action members only. This forum can only be accessed by first logging in, and then selecting "Activities" and then "Forums".
Please review "Our Forums Policy" button on the Forums page, before posting any planned trips. This forum is strictly for members to share personal trip information with other Action members. Action members must login to be able to view these Forums, so you must be a current Action member. Please keep in mind that Action does not provide insurance for the posted trips, since these trips are all independently arranged without Action oversight.
Hopefully this will help our member community enjoy our core passion for skiing, snowboarding and happy hours in smaller groups. Any feedback is more than welcome!
Action Beer and Wine Tumblers
Action to reduce Carbon Footprint in 2020!
Action Ski & Snowboard Club is doing what we can to help keep our environment clean. Future events will require participants to bring their own beverage holder for water and other drinks.
Action's estimated plastic beverage cups and water bottles generated...
Carbon Footprint of 61 lbs,
185 lbs of waste for
Action Ski & Snowboard Tumblers
We have purchased a limited number and color of wine (12 oz) and beverage (20 oz) tumblers that we think you will use over and over again. Available for purchase at the next General Meeting
and at Action Events.
Colors available and sizes are shown in the picture above.
Keeps beverages cold for 8-12 hrs and hot for 3-5 hrs.
Comes with tight fitting lid.
Tumblers are $9 each, $10 with Action Sticker (limited).
Choose your color and size
Reuse and Lower our Carbon Footprint!