Ski Clubs in New Hampshire

Ski Clubs in New Hampshire
The Granite State has a variety of ski resorts--from small, family-friendly mountains to full-service resorts. There are 19 alpine areas, most of which are clustered in the White Mountains and within an easy 30-minute drive from one another. There are also 18 cross country ski centers scattered throughout the state. Snowmobiling, ice skating, tubing and snowshoeing are also popular winter activities. If you're looking to connect with fellow skiers and winter sports enthusiasts, New Hampshire has several ski clubs that can help.
 

NH Ski Club

This statewide club, which has a diverse membership of young and old, singles and families, has been around since 1980. The club meets once a month in Manchester, New Hampshire, and the meetings are free and open to the public. During the winter months, several day outings and weekend trips to ski resorts throughout New England are planned for members. The club also sponsors a variety of longer trips to top resorts around the world. You can register online to access information on club outings and events.

NH Ski Club
P.O. Box 6072
Manchester, NH 03108
nhskiclub.org

 
 

Seacoast Ski Club

This club has about 300 members, was founded in 1981 and offers year-round activities and events. Several discounted day-long and weekend ski trips to New England resorts are offered throughout the winter season. At least three week-long trips to worldwide resorts are offered each year. Recent excursions have included trips to Chamonix, St Moritz, Cortina, Innsbruuk, Zermatt, Jungfrau, Davos, Banff, Whistler and the Rocky Mountain states. Kayaking, canoeing and hiking trips, as well as social events, are held during the warmer months. The club also sponsors an annual ski swap.

Seacoast Ski Club
P.O. Box 90
Portsmouth, NH 03802
207-439-1314
seacoastskiclub.org

Ski Wheelers Skiing and Outdoor Club

Members of this ski club, one of the largest ski clubs in New Hampshire, have access to the club's three-story lodge near North Conway in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The lodge has 23 bedrooms with nine shared bathrooms. Most rooms can sleep two to six people. There's a dining room with a fireplace, storage areas and a full-size kitchen for members to use. Organized ski weekends in the White Mountains are planned throughout the winter. Family-style dinners are offered on Saturday nights during ski season. The club lodge is open year-round and summer activities like hiking, kayaking and biking are also planned. The club is comprised primarily of single adults 25 years and older.

Ski Wheelers Skiing and Outdoor Club
702 Kearsarge Rd.
North Conway, NH 03860
skiwheelers.org

 

Article Written By Pamela Wright

Pamela Wright is a freelance writer, author of more than two dozen guidebooks, and hundreds of articles. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications, including "National Geographic Traveler," "Family Circle," "Family Fun," "Backpacker," "Hemispheres," "Cooking Light," "Yankee" and more. An active member of the Society of American Travel Writers, she holds a Bachelor's from Michigan State University

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