SSCV 2022-2023 Enrollment Launch-June 1, 2022
Ski & Snowboard Club Vail enrollment for the 2022-2023 season launches June 1, 2022 for all programs, both full-time and part-time! We look forward to your athlete joining SSCV for the upcoming season!
SSCV offers full-time and part-time programs in Alpine, Freeski, Mogul, Nordic and Snowboard along with part-time programs in Cycling. Additional programs include Future Stars, Human Performance and Early Season Training.
Ski & Snowboard Club Vail is proud to have completed construction of most the new clubhouse at Golden Peak, which is now open.
Years of hard work and dedication were celebrated at SSCV as alpine ski racers closed out 2019 with expanded terrain on Golden Peak. The Expansion provides approximately 30 acres of additional alpine trail space, a brand-new surface lift, and improved snowmaking infrastructure. With these enhancements, 600 vertical feet have been added to the alpine venue, providing more than 1,700 vertical feet of total racing terrain, enough to accommodate full-length speed courses. The project creates two new alpine trails, plus a connector that feeds into the preexisting giant slalom start. All told, the new terrain has the capacity to accommodate as many as 18 slalom lanes or nine GS lanes per session. The new Golden Peak T Bar features a four-minute turnaround, which will optimize training sessions and increase productivity. The expanded terrain alone can host slalom racing and training with up to 60 gates per course. In late 2021 a world-class mogul venue many years in the making opened on Golden Peak. This 230 meter venue with pitches ranging from 25.6 to 31 degrees, is the steepest in all of the Rockies, and is truly spectacular. Mogul athletes begin their early season training on the Golden Peak Expansion and transition to the new mogul training venue once temperatures allow its opening. This new mogul venue maximizes training time, with easy access from the SSCV Clubhouse at Golden Peak and rapid turnaround time between runs via Chair 6.