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a Appalachian Mountain Club, NY and NJ Chapter 11,000 members.
 
The Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment and understanding of the mountains, forest, rivers and trails of the Appalachian region.

Meet:
5 West 63rd St. New York, NY 10023, Second Tuesday of the month.
Activities: Cross-country skiing and recreational alpine skiing; hiking and canoeing.
Mail: AMC 5 West 63rd St. New York, NY 10023.
Contact: lauren Zondag (686) 292-5255, lzodag@outdoors.org.
Web:
www.AMC-NY.org.

 

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Double Doctor Run Ski Club 138 members.
Meet:
Bi-monthly meetings at members' homes.
Activities:
Annual ski trips to Vermont and western US; summer barbecue. Joins with other ski clubs for skiing trips whenever beneficial for all attending.
Mail:
P.O. Box #362, Mineola, New York 11501-0362
Contact:
Gary Traube (516) 457-3164,

 

c Long Island Association of Ski Clubs

Association of Long Island ski clubs: Cresthaven, Double Diamond, Garden City and Suffolk Skidaddlers.
Meet:
Various locales on Long Island.
Activities: Day and weekend inter-club ski trips by bus or car pool; inter-club "just-for-fun" races with awards ceremonies
and parties; annual inter-club golf competition.

Mail:
PO Box 303, Lake Grove NY 11755.
Contact: Jeffrey Meyer (631) 471-2129, Jeffski@optonline.net.

 

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Tenth Mountain Division Association 200 local members, 35000 national members.

Meet: Various locales.
Activities: Ski trips, cocktail parties and holiday party; reunions in USA and abroad.
Contact:
John Weaver (631) 271-6618.
Web:
www.10thmtndivassoc.org

Danbury Ski Club 250 members.

Meet:
1st Thursday of the month, at various locations in the Danbury, CT area. Recent meetings have been at the Danbury Elks Lodge and the Charter Oak Brewing Company. Check our website or facebook page for the latest details.
Activities:  DSince 1955, the DSC has been the ski club of the Danbury CT region. We offer social events, activities, and trips year round. We promote snow sports to people of all ages. Danbury Ski Club participates in many outdoor sports and organizes group trips. Our annual European ski trip has over 75 skiers and boarders traveling to exciting ski locations. Recent trips include Chamonix, Zermatt, Baqueria-Beret, Val Gardena, Innsbruck, Val D'Isere, and Grindelwald. In addition, our organized trips include Skiing, Snowboarding, Biking, Hiking, & Kayaking. We have frequent activities, picnics, and social events. Prospective members are always welcome at any club activity. Come join us!
Contact: BoD@DanburySki.com
Newsletter Signup: http://eepurl.com/g7XhVr
Mail: 
P.O. Box 3473, Danbury, CT 06813-3473
Web: http://DanburySki.com
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/DanburySkiClubOfficial/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danburyskiclub/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiR3v2bDqd1Dlqksi_yvlAg
LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/DanburySkiClub

 

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Pinnacle Ski & Sport Club 150 members.

Meet:
First and third Wednesday's per month at various locales in CT.
Activities:  Pinnacle Ski & Sport Club arranges one or two weeklong trips a year to either Europe, Canada or Western US, Also runs weekend trips to Vermont. Holds an annual Holiday & Apres ski party. During the summer holds monthly social events in place of meetings.
Contact: Drew Berescik, Club President, e: drewster333@aol.com
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/Pinnacleski/
Web: http://www.pinnacleski.org/
Mail: Pinnacle Ski Club, P.O. Box 947, Darien, CT 06820

 

Schuss Le Monde 100 members.

Meet:
Meet second Thursday at 7:30 pm via Zoom.
Activities: Schuss Le Mode is a club that is focused on trips. Ski and Snowboard, Sailing, Paddling, Rafting, Hicking and Biking,
We want to go all year round!
Contact: Pamela Golde (203) 894-8660, info@sschusslemond.org
Web:
www.schusslemonde.org.
Mail: Schuss Le Monde, 45 Great Hill Pd, Ridgefield, CT 06877

 

Ski Bears of Connecticut 692 members.

Meet:
Meet every Tuesday at the B.J. Ryans Pub, 57 Main Street., Norwalk CT. at 8:00pm.
Activities: A year-round ski, snowboard and social club. We organize several ski weekend and week long trips including northeast Canada, Western US, and Europe.
Contact: Dennis Conley (203) 904-4465, info@skibears.org
Web:
www.skibears.org.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SkiBearsofCT
Mail: Ski Bears of CT, PO Box 1653, Norwalk CT 06852-1653

 

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Swedish Ski Club 20 members.

Meet:
Once per month at various locales in CT.
Activities: Downhill and X-country skiing; Alpine and Nordic races at Stratton Mt, summer and winter activities at the lodge; glogg holiday party.
Lodge:
Sleeps 35, Winhall Hollow Rd., Bondville, VT. Near Stratton. Bromley and Magic.
Contact: Stephanie Morrison, Club President, e: Support@swedishskiclub.org or
Christian Balotescu, Alpine Chair, e: chris@techmeasurement.com

Web:
www.swedishskiclub.org.

 

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

Meet:
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.
Web:
www.uschefskiclub.org.

 

 

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Ski Club of New Jersey 135 members.

Meet:
October through April, 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 8:00pm
at Victor's Maywood Inn, 124 W. Pleasant Ave., Maywood, NJ 07607
Activities:  Club owned lodge located 15 minutes from Pico, 25 minutes from Killington, 45 minutes from Okemo, 60 minutes from Stratton and Bromley, 1:15 minutes from Sugarbush. Lodge operates year round; 12 bedrooms sleeps 50 people, available to members & guests by reservation. Families & children welcome. Chef-prepared breakfast and dinner on special weekends and special event weeks. Alpine & Cross-Country Skiiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Hiking, Kayaking, Swimming, golf, baking contests, photo contests, ski trips to Western, US, Canada & Europe. Monthly “work weeks” at the lodge from May to November, Dinners & other social events at our regular meeting place in New Jersey.
Lodge:
Mountain Top Rd. Chittenden, Vermont.
Mail: Elaine Hirisch, President, SCNJ 2, Eucalyphis Road, Montvale, NJ 07645.
Contact:
Elaine Hirisch, 201-664-8038,
E-mail: ehirisch@Verizon.net.

Web:
www.skiclubnj.com.

 

Cairo-Durham Ski Club 35 members.
The Cairo-Durham Ski Club’s mission is to work with Windham Mountain to provide special discounts to the students and community of Cairo-Durham in the great norther catskill. We are currently accepting ne w members to ski and snowboard at Windham Mountain.
Mail: 1301 Route 145, Cairo, NY 12413.

Contact:
Drew McCabe 914-364-2554, dmccabe@cairodurham.org
Web: www.sites.google.com/prod/cairodurham.org/cd/sc

King of Prussia Ski Club 519 members.
The King of Prussia Ski Club (KOPSC) is a year-around sport/social club
providing a variety of activities for adult members (age 21 or older.) During the ski season we normally run four to five Western trips and two to three bus trips to New England. We are members of the Eastern Pennsylvania Ski Council and in turn the National Ski Council Federation. Our charitable Snow Angels Program support local charities throughout the year. We publish a monthly newsletter that is distributed to the membership electronically.
Meet: the third Tuesday of the month, September through April, doors open at 7:00 PM.
Contact:
Jeri Lovatt @ jerilov@comcast.net , Lydia Hill at LHill99@comcast.net
Web: www.KOPSC.com

 

Fort Solonga Ski Club 50 members.

Meet:
Okemo Mt Lodge in Ludlow VT.
Contact:
Russell Whitman, (631) 499-4364, whitmanrussell@hotmail.com
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