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Clubs that usually meet in MANHATTAN

Amateur Ski Club of New York 250 members

The club was founded in 1931 to promote skiing by Roland Palmado. This was particularly inviting to individuals around the New York City area. It was the second downhill ski club founded in the United States.
Monthly usually at 6:30 pm.
Lodge: Route 17, Mad River Glen, Waitsfield, VT. Ski at Mad River Glen, Sugarbush
and Stowe. 
Contact: Chris Warren, 203-743-9980, E-mail: membership@ascny.org
Web: www.ascny.org


Diamond Dogs Ski Club 1400+ members. No fee required to join.

Various places on the last Thursday of the month. Check website for details.
Activities: Recreational skiing and snowboarding in the Northeast with 4-5 annual trips to Western Us and/or Europe. During the off season we offer a wide variety of recreational sports such as hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, canoeing, Hot air ballooning, horseback riding, and wine tastings. 

Mail: 1150 River Rd. #4I, Edgewater, NJ 07020, 201-224-3681
Contact: Rich Grasso, Info@ski-nyc.com. Web: www.ski-nyc.com.


HI-AYH The Ski Club of New York 200 members.

As needed at 891 Amsterdam Ave, NYC 10025.
Inexpensive bus weekend trips from Manhattan west side to upstate NY and New England; stay at hostels, inns or hotels; X-country and downhill skiing.
Affiliations: ASIA, 5 Borough Bicycling Club, AYH Hiking Club.
Mail: 891 Amsterdam Ave, NYC 10025.
(212) 932-2300 ext. 116, info@skiclubofnewyork.org.
Web: www.skiclubofNewYork.org. 


Miramar Ski Club 250 members.

General membership meets 3rd Wed. in Jan., April, Sept.
at 71 West 23rd St, Room 2 West, NYC 10010-4190.

Activities: Downhill and X-country ski, Snowboard, and Snow Shoeing in winter, usually to Sugarbush, Killington, Mad River Glen, & Stowe. Spring/Summer/Fall: Hiking, biking, and rafting for fun and work weekends

Waitsfield VT

NJ Ski Council. Appalachian Mountain Club
Mail: Masonic Hall - Box B3, Miramar Ski club, 71 W 23rd St, NYC 10010.
Contact: (212) 978-9191, info@miramar.org 



New York Russian Ski Club
650 members (must be over 21).

At the Ski lodge from November-April..

NY Russian Ski Club is a not-for-profit mostly Russian-speaking club that recreated the atmosphere of back-home “dacha” with year-around activities and social events at our South VT ski lodge, located in Green Mountain National forest 200 miles (3.5 hrs) from Manhattan. During ski season, we car pool to the house every Fri-Sun. During the day we ski & snowboard at resorts like Stratton, Killington and Sugarbush as well as back country and off piste. In the evening a cocktail party and a hot dinner are prepared by all of us. Cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing are available in the park right from our property. The lodge is located right next to Emerald Lake state park and hiking, leaf watching, biking, swimming and kayaking is available during the spring/summer/fall. Low cost weekly rentals are available during off-season time.

Lodge: East Dorset, Vermont. Near Killington, Pico & Stratton, Bromley, Magic, Okemo
Mail: 890 West End Ave, Apt 10E, NYC 10025.
Contact: Eugene Baron, hutorski@gmail.com
Web: https://www.facebook.com/HutorSki


New York Ski Club 125 Regular members.

October to April, but cabin available
for member use year round

Winter weekends with recreational and competitive skiing; golf, hiking, cycling and culture activities.
Our club was formed in 1935 by an early pioneer of skiing, Ken Littlefield. The rustic lodge is located in the Berkshire Mountains. Club members include families (some 3rd generation members), singles, and seniors. With a community-based atmosphere, a typical winter weekend at the cabin includes apres-ski gatherings around the fireplace, home-cooked meals in the large kitchen, and activities on and off the slopes.
Sleeps 16 females, 20 males, Rte 22, Center Berlin, NY 12022 - Ski Jiminy Peak, Okemo, Bromley & Stratton.
Mail: 2053 Dennis Lane, Bethlehem, PA 18015.
Contact: Kathy Trimble, duggantrimble@att.net



New York Snowboarding Group. 1830 members.

Tired of riding alone? Meet other people who love snowboarding and lets go riding!!
Don’t let anything stop you, the sport is too much fun not to go as much as life permits right? This group is a community for riders to come together, plan trips, communicate, exchange gear, etc. Whether you live in the city or in the area, no matter how long you been riding for even if you want to give it a try.

ALL RIDERS WELCOME. We meet once a month on weekdays in NYC, and several weekend day trips & 1 weekend Vermont trip a month.

Contact: Agatha Wasilewska (917) 650-2757 Agatkanyc@gmail.com.
Web: www.meetup.com/nysg-snow


Norway Ski Club 60 adults plus 25 junior members.

Kennedy's, 57th St, NYC alternating with Lourde Gregory's Restaurant, Floral Park NY on the second Wednesday of the month from Nov-June. 
Activities: All four seasons; ski trips, adult ski jamboree in Jan., junior ski jamboree in Feb. at Belleayre; rafting, tubing, hiking, bicycling, hunting and fishing; picnics, clambake, cocktail party, dinner dance, holiday party.
Rte 28, Shandaken NY near Belleayre, Hunter and Windham.

11 Pepper Cr. North, Massapequa, NY 11758
Contact: Kevin Joos, (516) 557-6490, J53KEV@yahoo.com




Polish Ski Club 54 members

Various places
Activities: Winter weekends recreational and competitive Skiing, Happy Hours.
Contact: Jarek 212-203-0400, polishskiclub@hotmail.com

SkiCouncilMeetup.com serves all NYC metro ski clubs and is sponsored by The North Face, Paragon Sports, Jackson Hole, Whitefish, Banff Lodging Co., CMH, Homewood Resort • 2200 members
• Leadership team includes Mega Ambassadors to 9 NYC metro ski clubs and ski resources including:
• Club Directory
• Trip Directory
• Resort Directory
• Newsletter
• Event Calendar Contact: Matt D'Elia, Organizer, SkiCouncilMeetup.com,
201-775-4344., E-mail: planwm-meetup@yahoo.com
Web: www.meetup.com/NY-Ski-Snowboard-Club/
Sno-Burners Ski Club 225 members plus 23 Junior members

Locations listed on website.
Recreational and competitive intra-club skiing, day and weekend
bus trips, youth program, week long trips to western US, Asia and Europe,
theater/dinner outings, picnics, tennis, and rafting; Caribbean cruise. Day at the Races.
Affiliations: Member of National Brotherhood of Skiers, Metropolitan New York Ski
Council, USSA( United States Ski Association)

PO Box 20982, Park West Station, New York, NY 10025-0982.
Maxine Spence Spenmaxz@aol.com
Web: www.SnoBurners.org.


Swiss Ski Club 210 members (must be over 21).

Various locations - check website
October through June
Activities: Winter-weekend bus trips Dec.-Mar. from Long Island, Manhattan and Ramsey, NJ to our Waitsfield lodge, with access to Sugarbush, Stowe, Mad River Glen. Downhill & boarders, cross country, snowshoe. Other seasons: hiking,
bicycling, kayaking, tennis, golf, swiming, sailing, and other outdoor activities. Culture activities, happy hours, holiday parties, annual dinner dance. Applicants need to participate in a minimum of 2 weekend bus trips and 2 events during a year and be over 21.
?Elkhorn Road, Waitsfield, VT

?P.O. Box 4096, New York, NY 10163.
Greg Egli, vp@swissskiclub.org
Web: www.swissskiclub.org

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Thrillseekers 240 members.

Third Thursday's - September through May. Killarney Rose - 127 Pearl Street, NY NY
Activities:  Day and weeklong ski trips to US, Europe and Canada; golf, tennis, Whitewater rafting, bicycling/mountain biking, paintball, sailing trip in British Virgin Is; family picnic, holiday mixer.
Affiliations: NBS, NJSC.
Mail:PO Box 238802, Hollis NY 11423.
Contact: (212) 491-8595 Sandra Dickerson, Sandra@thrillseekers.org



US Chefs Ski Club/Chef of All Nations 45 members.

Monday and Tuesday at Base Lodge Hunter Mountain Ski Area.
Activities: Skiing Hunter Mountain, Zip Linning, Summer, Tennis Tounament, Golf Outing, Europe Ski Trips.
Club is opend to all Chefs and people in the Hospitality Industry.
Contact: Robert Orlando, 203-733-6331, E-mail: chefskier56@gmail.com


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