The Eastern Pennsylvania Ski Council (EPSC) is a not-for-profit organization and the umbrella parent of 38 member clubs representing more than 6,000 skiers and riders. Established in 1972, EPSC upholds a long tradition through the encouragement, improvement and advancement of snow sports. EPSC is a member of the National Ski Council Federation (NSCF), serving the mid-Atlantic states of eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland and Delaware. If you don’t belong to a member ski club, EPSC is here to help you find one. If you do belong to one, EPSC is here to help share information about your club’s winter sports and social activities.
March 4, 2018
Well the Council Day Has Come and Gone and if you missed it you missed a day of fun, snow and good food. Hopefully, the official Cup Race will happen in 2019. So keep your skis tuned and your body in good shape. See you in 2019.
The Flying Dutchmen Ski Club had 44 brave souls who endured airline issues to get to the good snow. Despite the fact that they were delayed in Phila and Toronto and then had to wait in Vancouver before they finally got to Revelstoke 2 days late, the snow was great and even more wonderful accomodations. They transfered to Silver Star on Wednesday and had more fun with lots of powder and more interesting lodging. Then it was time to leave for home. With more delays from Air Canada, they finally arrived in Toronto to find the customs was closed and they had to wait until Monday to leave for home. About 8 brave souls decided to break away and make their own travel arrangements. The rest of the group had to wait until mid afternoon to take flight but they went to Newark instead of returning to Phila. So after the first group got to Newark they waited for the second flight to arrive, headed to the bus and got back home late Monday night. Here are some of the wonderful sights they did enjoy even though traveling was such a hassle.
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