Who We Are
Our goal is to continue revitalization efforts by expanding and organizing membership involvement and focusing efforts on ski area improvements.
The Plumas Ski Club, a non-profit corporation, has managed and operated the Plumas Eureka Ski Bowl since the 1950's. The area has been operated under a concession agreement with the State of California, Department of Parks and Recreation. Although the area lifts have not been in operation for the past several years, the focus of the ski club is to offer community skiing while maintaining and promoting the historic background of our ski area.
What We've Achieved
In the past few years alone our fundraising and volunteer efforts, with the assistance of other partners, have allowed us to make improvements to the Ski Hill:
Purchased and installed a new generator.
Kept the Longboard Races alive and provided support to the Lost Sierra Hoedown.
Built a new groomer shed and renovated the bathrooms.
Dug and built a new well.
Short-term goals for the the Plumas Ski Club include:
Constructing a surface lift to reopen the Ski Hill.
Our number one future priority is to have a surface lift that that transport skiers, snowboarders, and sledders on the ski hill. Our goal is have the lift be functioning by 2023.
Implementation of a vegetation management plan.
The Ski Club recieved a grant to masticate brush and remove select trees on over 80 acres of the ski hill to to improve ski trails.
Replacing the deck on the Indorf Lodge and extending electricity to the bathrooms.
The deck on the Indorf Lodge is in need of repair and replacement for safety reasons. We also plan to retrofit the bathrooms to have electricity from the generator.