Did you know that once you are a member of the Idaho Falls Ski Club you are will be a member of the Intermountain Ski Council? It’s true! Read on to find out what this affiliation can do for you…
Intermountain Ski Council
The Intermountain Ski Council is comprised of several ski clubs in the Intermountain area:
- Idaho Falls Ski Club (Idaho Falls, ID)
- Pocatello Ski Association (Pocatello, ID)
- Hill Ski Club (HAFB, Ogden, UT)
- Weber State Ski Club (Ogden, UT)
- Park City Mountain Sports Club (Park City, UT)
- Cheyenne Ski Club (Cheyenne, WY)
- Up The Creek Ski Club (Denver, CO)
- Bogus Basin Ski Club (Boise, ID)
- Black Hills Ski Club (Black Hills, South Dakota)
The ISC offers trips to local areas as well as to popular resorts in North America. Experience one of Columbia’s top rated resorts. $650 per person. See RED Mtn Flyer for more information. Idaho Falls Members are encouraged and welcome to join the fun and participate in council trips. Because of the larger affiliations of several clubs combining into one council, these trips should offer our members low prices and an expanded association with other Intermountain area skiers and boarders.
The ISC is supported by Snowbasin, Ogden, UT. To enjoy this sponsorship, simply bring your IFSC membership card to the ticket window along with a photo ID, and receive a $12 discount every time you ski Snowbasin. The more you ski, the more you save! Click here to learn more about Snowbasin
The Intermountain Ski Council has been welcomed into the Far West Ski Association. The FWSA brings our members an expanded calendar of trips all over the world, racing information, discounts, and a wealth of information. Please check out their web site to help you learn more about the association of regional councils covering the Western United States.
The Intermountain Ski Council is a member of the NSCF. This gives us the opportunity to network and learn from hundreds of ski clubs just like IFSC as well as enjoy many new activities. Each year the Federation hosts a convention where club reps meet to discuss trends, new ideas, and member benefit improvements… all to bring ski club members a better club. If you are interested in learning more click here.