Then to Lake Tahoe where Sugar Bowl athletes brought their great energy.
Squaw Valley, site of the 1960 Olympic Winter Games, was the largest club to take a part in the USSA Club Day parade. Then the parade traveled north, to the 49th parallel to be exact, to visit the 49 Degrees North Ski Team in Washington.
The Alyeska Ski Club hosted the parade finale, making Alaska the 17th state represented on the parade route.
The USSA would like to thank all of the clubs that participated in the first annual USSA National Club Day parade and festivities. These USSA clubs are special organizations that make the sports of skiing and snowboarding come alive. The Olympians you're watching on NBC got their start in USSA clubs, as have countless lifelong skiing and snowboarding families. Go USA!