Get ready to ski in 2022-23 The snow is here!

Where we're going this season

Discover Skiing made social.

With Alpine Adventures, all you have to do is show up with your gear and let us handle the rest. We can get you to and from the slopes in comfort while you make new friends and focus on the fun part of winter — the slopes.

A special note from Alpine Adventures Director Dave Ross: The last two years have been difficult for all of us. We’re happy to once again provide our ski and adventure trips to Africa, Europe, North America and Tahoe to our fully vaccinated friends.

For our Tahoe skiers, we are providing our Wednesday ski bus for everyone to enjoy a convenient way to the slopes skiing together with our staff and friends.

While the COVID threat has been reduced, it is still causing us to alter or reduce some of our operations for the 2022-23 ski season. Some of our trips and social functions have reduced schedules and/or restricted capacity. Regular office hours are also reduced slightly. You are always welcome to call or email any time but there may be a delay in getting back to you.

We are all looking forward to a great ski season!

— Dave Ross


  • Patricia, Sacramento

    Thank you for putting together yet another great ski season! I had a terrific time – I love the ski bus! Thanks also to you and Craig for the great lessons.

  • Steve, San Francisco

    I just want to thank you for the fantastic trip to Banff and Lake Louise. I’ve wanted to return here since the Calgary Olympics (1988). The trip was everything I’d hoped for.

  • Paulette, Rancho Murietta

    There is no way I could ever thank you for all the fabulous ski trips and so much fun over the last 15 years!

  • Megan, San Francisco

    I had a wonderful time in St. Moritz and Madrid. Looking forward to more travels in the future.

See for yourself why our members love us!

When the snow dries up The fun doesn't stop.

Our members regularly get together for bike rides, kayaking excursions and other outdoor activities once the mercury starts to rise.