You're never too old to go clubbing.
Ski clubbing, that is. The Mid-Atlantic is blessed with a wealth of active ski clubs. These clubs provide a chance to make new friends and participate in a wide variety of activities year-round. Most clubs offer group trips during the winter, where members can take advantage of discounted rates and leave the planning (and worrying) to experienced trip captains.
Please note that these clubs are not affiliated with or endorsed by DCSki.
The Appalachian Telemark Association is a loose confederation of free-heel skiers, whose purpose is to enjoy the spirit that resides within the telemark community.
The Appalachian Telemark Association (ATA) promotes the sport of freeheeling through social events, workshops, races and other activities. Most ATA members live in the tri-state region near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ATA events are usually held at Seven Springs Resort.
The Blue Ridge Ski Council isn't a ski club, per se, but rather an organization of member ski clubs from the Mid-Atlantic region. The Blue Ridge Ski Council meets twice a year to discuss topics of concern to local ski clubs and their members. Many of the ski trips sponsored by local ski clubs each winter are coordinated through the Blue Ridge Ski Council.
The Fredericksburg Ski Club a non-profit organization established to help those residents of the Fredericksburg, Virginia area who are afflicted with an unnatural attraction to snow-covered mountains. Membership is open to adults and families.
The Langley Ski Club is a club started and organized by three juniors at Langley High School. The club was started in fall of 2004 and there are 91 members. The club was devloped to help provide a club that can help students to find places to ski in the DC area, develope their skills, share experiences from their skiing history, talk about equiptment, and above all have fun.
The Peninsula Ski Club (also known as PSC) was organized in the winter of 1966-67 by Jim Colbert, who also became the club's first president. The club has been going strong ever since. The PSC meets at the Warwick Yacht Club, Maxwell Lane, Newport News.
The club sponsors numerous ski trips each season, to both local resorts (such as Virginia's Wintergreen Resort) and Western, New England, and European locations.
The club participates in many non-skiing activities throughout the year, including bike rides, kayak/canoe/raft trips, indoor/outdoor tennis, baseball, picnics, theater outings, and more.
Potomac Valley Skiers is composed of skiing enthusiasts and sponsors 4-5 ski trips each year to the Rockies and also to Europe and South America. Local activities include social events, hikes, and bicycling. Membership is limited to 200 with a few new applicants admitted each year.
The Richmond Ski Club was founded in 1954. Over 700 members participate in this club, with members ranging in age from 8 to 80. The club offers year-round activities, such as hiking, biking, camping, theatre excursions, happy hours, and more.
The TJ Ski and Snowboard Club is a ski and snowboard club started by students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. The club helps to educate the student body on the merits of skiing and snowboarding, provides clinics, discounts, and lessons and helps to facilitate ski/snowboard trips for club members. During the winter the club organizes snowball "hurls," sledding, and other snowy activities during club periods using snow made by the club's own expert snowmaking team.
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