For reasons described below, I'm considering getting two sets of wheels (tires+rims) and swapping them back and forth pretty often (every few weeks, up to 10-20 times a year). I'm wondering whether this will cause any issues or problems, like maybe premature wear of wheel studs or something else?
Context: I live in San Francisco, it doesn't usually snow here during the winter and all-season tires are appropriate year-round. But I take a few short skiing trips every winter. On these trips, it would be very convenient to have snow tires, because roads are often covered in snow. After returning home from a trip, snow tires are no longer appropriate (they don't handle as well in warm climate and will wear out quickly). So I'm considering changing to winter wheels before each trip, and changing back to summer wheels after each trip. Each trip lasts 3-7 days, and in the winter I do maybe 5-10 of these (one trip every few weeks). I'm a bit worried that changing wheels that often would be somehow bad for the car. I drive a Toyota Camry in case it's important.