Welcome to the
Fund & Bank Staff Ski Club
We organize ski trips to Europe and North America for International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group staff members and retirees. Other individuals may also join, if sponsored by a member. Ready to Join? Application form for membership for the 2016-2017 Season:
Apply For Membership

New Ski Trips in 2016/2017

British Columbia, Canada

AUG 2017 · A six night heli-hicking trip organized by Canadian Mountain Holidays to trail heads in the spectacular Purcell and Bugaboos Mountain Ranges in British Columbia, Canada.

Read More

Telluride, Colorado

MAR 2017 · There is no better place for winter vacation than Telluride, CO. Telluride and Mountain Village – two towns with its own charms – connected by a free gondola. Rooted in history, Telluride is both a bustling ski town and historic jewel. Clapboard storefront houses, independent art galleries, old-time bars and delectable eateries.

Read More

Taos, New Mexico

MAR 2017 · Taos is located in the Sangre de Cristo mountains in the southern Rockies. Its 1,300 skiable acres are home to some of the most varied terrain in N. America with long meandering cruisers, bowls, steeps, bumps and pine forest glades. Its southern latitude and high elevation make Taos famous for its perfect combination of dry light powder and sun.

Read More

Ischgl, Austria

JAN 2017 · Ischgl is a charming, traditional village in the Paznaun Valley in Tyrol, Austria. It forms part of one of the world’s largest ski areas, and is also connected with the Samnaun ski resort in Switzerland. The 238 km of groomed pistes, together with the challenging off-piste, provide a huge range of options for all ability levels.

Read More

Vail, Colorado

DEC 2016 · Vail is world renowned for its light powder and extensive terrain If you want an unforgettable early winter vacation you have to come to Vail. Only once in the last ten years have we not been able to ski any of Vail’s famous back bowls. In addition, your lift pass also allows you to ski the Colorado resorts of Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.

Read More