CCSC is an active year round recreation and social club. Initially, most of the members were probably drawn to the club because of recreational activities – snow sports, water sports, camping or travel. They have remained because of the friendships made through shared experiences and social interaction.

CCSC offers members of all ability levels the opportunity to find recreational entertainment. If you’re new to water sports, our experienced and patient boat drivers will get you skiing or boarding in short order. Whether you’re a snow plower or expert, there is always someone to ride the chair with. With a myriad of social functions, there’s always time to get out and mingle.

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Big White, Canada 2017

Written by CCSC July 10, 2016

CCSC is going to Big White, Canada, Feb 11 through Feb 18, 2017!!!  Contact  for more info.

2016 FWSA Convention

Written by CCSC

CCSC well represented at FWSA convention in Scottsdale, Arizona June 10-12!


CCSC sent six delegates to the FWSA convention this month, one of the largest ski club groups to attend as part of the Los Angles Council of Ski Clubs, which sent a total of 27 delegates. Los Angeles Council was the largest Council to attend the convention, which drew 130 delegates from over a dozen ski councils in the Western U.S.

The keynote convention speaker this year was Jordan Romero, the youngest person to scale Mt. Everest at the age of 13 and the youngest to scale the highest mountains on all seven continents. He accomplished this amazing feet by the age of 15 ½.

Cindy Krupp (FWSA VP Communications), David Krupp (FWSA Athletic Scholarship chair), David Felker , Lisa Felker , Carol Koch and Sherri Reed represented CCSC as they participated in seminars, the silent auction, the ski industry Travel Expo, and the general FWSA meeting as voting members for resolutions and new FWSA board members. They brought their ideas and experiences to share with other ski clubs, and returned with much new information about potential trips, ski club growth tools, and new social and ski industry contacts.  Carol Koch won the grand raffle prize of a 2017 FWSA ski trip.

Among ski clubs in general, there is growth in non-ski related trips as members expand their athletic pursuits.  Scuba dive trips, bicycling tours, European river cruise trips and other forms of adventure are on the rise.  Of course ski trips are our main focus, but why not expand our horizons?

Being a member of a ski club brings many benefits, including deep social and friendship experiences, as well as incredible values in vacations and sports trips. Next year’s FWSA convention will be held in Boise, Idaho, also in June.  Members are encouraged to get involved in our ski club and consider attending next year’s convention!

Mammoth Trips

Written by CCSC January 4, 2016

Mammoth trips:
Mammoth trips include, round trip bus fare on luxury new buses, departing LA around 6:00 PM on Friday (two pick up locations one in Westwood and one in Canyon Country). Snacks and beverages (beer) are provided on the bus. Bus entertainment is always included free of charge. Dinner on Saturday night is included. A  box dinner is provided for the ride home with a selection of recently released blockbuster movies for entertainment on the way home. Overnight accommodations are provided for Friday and Saturday night. We are staying at the base of main lodge at the Mammoth Mountain Inn. Arrival time Sunday night after two hard days of skiing is around 9:30 – 10:00 PM. It’s a scream of a deal!

(Packing for Mammoth, skis and gears and overnight bag, don’t forget a bathing suit for late Saturday afternoon Jacuzzi time, never forget sunscreen and of course your camera)

IMPORTANT - To Sign Up for the Trip you must fill out the Trip Sign Up Waiver and forward to the designated Trip Leader. Click Here to download the Sign Up form. 

Mail complete and signed waivers and checks (made out to CCSC) to:
CCSC Mammoth Trips c/o Suzi Algazy
342 Houston Dr
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

*prices subject to change per season