U.S. Ski Club Directory
Most ski clubs are not-for-profit organizations who provide their members with volume buying discounts. This means that a Ski Club can offer complete trips that are significantly less expensive than what is available to almost anybody else. The ski club's administration will take care of the details for you, leaving you to enjoy a well-planned, care free and fun trip. Traveling with a group costs less, gives you a greater variety of people to ski and socialize with, provides you with the perfect opportunity to make new friends, and makes every trip more fun.
Many clubs also offer year-round fun activities like canoeing, white water rafting, picnics, hiking, horseback riding, dinner theater outings, golfing, biking, camping, movie premiere nights, in-line skating, rock climbing, and many other activities. Some clubs may have a focus in alpine or nordic skiing, racing or jumping.
Ski clubs in different cities can be a charter of a larger national organization, like the Ski Patrol or the National Brotherhood of Skiers, and some can be built by members of the same employer. Ski clubs are also organized into geographic regions and each region is governed by a ski council.