Ski and Snowboard Club

The Trinity Ski and Snowboard Club has been around for more than a decade, providing the opportunity for hundreds of students to learn and practice a great sport, enjoy the cold winter weather and get to know a large number of classmates outside of the daily academic world at school.

Club members range in ability level from absolute beginners who have never skied or boarded before all the way up to expert-level competitive racers or jumpers. Whatever your experience, you can join lots of others who are taking the slopes at your speed.

Benefits of club membership include fantastic discount season passes to Paoli Peaks (both lift ticket and rental equipment), coach bus transportation to the slopes every week, free lessons to learn the sport the right way from the beginning and a great group of guys to meet and spend the winter with while shredding the mountain.

Use the links provided here to get further details on club offerings, find out more on Paoli’s Master the Mountain school program, download all required forms to fill out and access student photos and video files from previous Club years! Get started today!!

 


For more information, contact:
Mike Budniak

Mike Budniak


Email: budniak@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.8202

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