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2023 Ski Trips

Snowy Range explorations. Steamboat glade runs. Big backcountry trips in the Rockies. Whatever your taste for adventure, we've got your flavor.

Snow Mountain Ranch

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Join us for Snow Mountain Ranch on January 6-8, 2023. Click here for more info regarding the ranch.

YMCA Waiver - Must be signed and turned into trip captain.

Cost: $160 per person if paid in full by November 30th, 2022
$170 if paid in full December 1st- 16th, 2022


Trip Details: Click here

Trip Captain: Jack Patton

Michigan Lakes


Destination: Michigan Lakes Cabin 02

Trip Type: Alpine, Nordic, and Backcountry

Dates: March 9, 2023 – March 12, 2023 (3 nights) -

Trip Capacity: 10 Participants ; no pets

Trip Cost: $90 per person – Please sign up ASAP – we will notify you if the trip fills up and there is a waiting list – any cancellations/refunds are subject to club policy.

Trip Captain: Paul Fechtmeister | (307) 287-9510 |

About the Trip
Located near Gould Colorado, Michigan Lakes Cabin offers a wide range of activities. The Michigan Lakes Cabin has many miles of cross-country skiing trails. Backcountry skiing is easily accessed by a 20-minute drive to Cameron Pass or hikes just out the cabin door. The cabin includes benches and bunk beds with mattresses (bring your sleeping bag and pillow), propane heating stoves, vault toilets nearby and cabin side parking for your car. The Ski Club will provide dinner Friday and Saturday night, friends, and laughter.
A Valid Vehicle Parks Pass(Daily Vehicle Pass: $9) Is Required For All Vehicles Entering The Park.


Trip Signup & Waiver: Click here


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Destination: Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Trip Type: Alpine and Nordic

Dates: February 25, 2023 – February 28, 2023 (three nights)

Trip Capacity: 10-12 Participants

Trip Cost: $381 per person for a double room, three night option, paid by Jan. 24
$348 per person for a two night option, paid by Jan. 24 $280 per person for a triple room, 3 night option, paid by Jan. 24

Trip Captain: David Bartlett
(307) 575-1122

About the Trip
This year we are looking at three nights, four days at this beautiful spot northwest of Rabbit Ears Pass! Some have requested a two night option so we have offered it! At present, Steamboat expects Bluegrass music that weekend. The room is equipped with running water, heating, queen beds, linen, pillows, microwave, ski storage, is streamside and has decks. Rabbit Ears Motel, 201 Lincoln Ave (970) 879-1150 is located across from the Old Town Hot Springs and Fitness Center (discount passes available). It is also located along the bus line for tripping to and from the ski area. The Cheyenne Ski Club will provide dinner Sunday night, friends, and laughter . Breakfasts are included by the motel with the room fee. Carpooling is encouraged.

You Need to Bring
Please bring as appropriate: skiing gear, drinks, food for lunches, clothing, personal items, swim suit, crocs, ski pass, avalanche safety gear, and any other necessary equipment, cards if you are a card player. You will need money for some night meals. It is recommended you have downhill ski pass arrangements made prior to arriving in Steamboat. Please talk to the trip captain if you have questions about other equipment recommended for this trip, or anything you might need!

Cancellation Policy
No cancellations/returns are available after January 24th, 2023.

Trip Signup/Waiver: Click Here!



Trip Cost: Free for members

Medicine Bow Backcountry Trips

Once you’re educated and prepared, we have a number of exciting weekend trips for you. This year, we also have skiers interested in impromptu day trips in the Snowies.

Cheyenne Ski Club will be offering members a chance to join in exploring the Snowy Range! 

Email Trip Captain to see when the next tour will be scheduled. All members joining tours are required to carry a beacon, shovel, and probe and know how to use them when traversing in avalanche terrain. Group size will be limited and all members are required to bring necessary equipment, food, clothing, and extra supplies.

If you aren’t sure what gear is needed, or are new to backcountry skiing, please don’t hesitate to contact us, we are here to help! Switchback Travel also offers some great tips on getting started. 

If you are not a member please sign up! Membership is required to attend trips. Our fees go towards making these trips possible. 

Trip Captain: Curt McCann

Tie City

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Coming soon. Join us for a Tie City XC adventure. Meetup TBD. Tie City Trail Head parking lot. See link for trail map and parking location for Tie City.

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