O.C. Ski Club, Inc. (a.k.a. Out of Control Ski Club) is a 1500+ member strong ski club serving members throughout the Capital District-Saratoga-Amsterdam region. Founded in 1960 by a group of skiers looking for economical prices, the OC’s continue to offer members the best prices on travel and lift tickets.
Our Club provides week-day and week-end ski buses to a variety of ski areas within 2 hours distance and organizes overnight ski trips to Europe, Canada and the US. We offer instruction via our own PSIA certified ski school. As a social club, there are year round activities such as volleyball, dances, picnics, and friend-with-friend biking, roller blading, rafting, hiking, and many others. Our activities are as diverse as our membership – skiers, snowboarders, X-country, singles, families, young and old. The OC’s meet every Thursday, 6:30-8:30 pm at the Polish Community Center, Wash. Ave. Ext., Albany.
Visit our website: www.ocskiclub.org
Albany Ski Club, Inc. is one of the fastest growing ski clubs with over 600 members. Become a member for just $10. (children under 18 free). Your dues allow you to enjoy discounted ski days, as well as ski trips. Enjoy the benefits of joining a day, multi day or weeklong trip. ASC boasts the #1 racing club in our ski council. We welcome you to join our recreational racing team, open to all ages, which competes with all council clubs.
There is no membership or meeting obligations, however, you are welcome at any of our meetings or social gatherings throughout the year. The Albany Ski Club is one of the oldest continuing ski clubs in the area and a founding member of the New York Capital District Ski Council. Communication is done through the website, facebook as well as email. Visit the web for all updated information! Beginner or expert, we have skiers that share your passion. Join us on our adventures!
SWC was founded in 1932 to promote outdoor winter sports activities for those in the New York Capital District. The Northern New York paddlers (NNYP) and Mohawk Valley Hiking Club (MVHC) have joined with SWC creating an organization that promotes year round outdoor activities. SWC welcomes all ages, singles and families.
SWC meets at the Hibernian Hall at 1748 State Street in Schenectady NY on the third Thursday of the month at 7pm from September thru April.
During the summer months we meet to paddle on the Mohawk River, bike ride and hike special events include weekends at the SWC Lodge in Waterbury Center, VT canoeing and alpine ski racing. We sponsor the Warren Miller ski movie in Albany. Club membership dues are $25 for individuals and $35 for family.
Visit our website: www.swcweb.org
A winter sports club, located in the Capital Region of New York. We are members of the National Brotherhood Of Skiers (NBS), a federation of over 80 African American ski clubs in the United States and Europe.
We are dedicated to providing skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports to African American adults and youths in the New York Capital Region.
Visit our website: www.nubianempireski.org
The purpose of Northeast Adventures Ski & Ride (formerly known as Tri-County Homeschoolers Ski Trips) is to connect families for skiing and snowboarding, day and overnight trips, primarily in the Northeast, and primarily midweek. The goal of the club is to seek out the best deals and discounts. We generally promote our trips to homeschooling families, however, we do not restrict participation to only homeschooling families and often extend our group rates to family and friends who are able to take advantage of midweek and non-holiday trips.
The GE Ski Club Inc. is a year-round skiing, sports and social club from Utica, New York and surrounding areas. Although started by people who worked at GE, membership is now open to the general public over 21.
In the winter our members enjoy downhill, cross country skiing and snowboarding. The club offers great rates on ski week, weekend and day trips.
During the summer months, bicycling, camping, canoeing, kayaking, golfing, hiking and other social events are offered.
Membership is $20. Check out our activities and updates on facebook or our website: www.geskiclub.org
The Family Ski Meisters Ski Club was formed in the summer of 1968 by a group of ski enthusiasts who were interested in promoting the sport of downhill skiing at a family level. Their goal was to make the sport of skiing affordable for families with children, provide the opportunity for ski education to all club members to produce better skiers, and provide an atmosphere for children to learn the sport of skiing with their peers in similar age groups. The club has over time evolved to provide a year round schedule of family oriented social activities in addition to the family downhill skiing focus.
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One of the newest clubs to join the Council. We are a small club made up of primarily families from the Glens Falls area.
Snowdrifters is a small club located in the central Hudson Valley area. We started as a small group of friends and family looking for fun and camaraderie on the slopes. Our goal is to promote skiing to some of the less crowded destinations, hidden gems and some of our old favorites. Membership is open to all! We are primarily a virtual club so there are no meeting requirements. Membership is $2. Info and updates can be found on our facebook page: snowdrifters
The Metroland Ski Club is a family friendly club with members from all over the northeast. Our motto is “Ski More for Less” and that’s what you will do as a member. Come take some turns with us. Your wallet will thank you.
Joining is easy. Simply fill out an application on our website. No mandatory meetings or responsibilities. We keep things simple. Individual dues are $20 and a family with children is $30.
Visit our website: www.Metrolandskiclub.com
This Ski Club is specific to students attending the Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. This ski club promotes discounted skiing for its members.
The Whitney Club is a social and community organization at GE Global Research. The Whitney Club is made up of Global Research employees, GRC contractor and retirees.