Ski Council Discounts: Ticket Benefits. The Ski Club of New Jersey has a long relationship with the Ski and Snowboard Council of New Jersey because the founders who started the Ski Club, founded the Ski and Snowboard Council of New Jersey. The Council provides its 40+ member clubs with the opportunity to purchase discount vouchers at top resorts. Club members also use member club cards co-branded with the Council’s identifying logo to enjoy skier appreciation “Ski Council Discount Days.” These days offer huge discount tickets at numerous resorts which participate, sometimes up to 50%. Resorts such as Whiteface, Killington, Stowe, and Sunday River are only a small sampling of participating resorts offering club discounts thru the Council. Visit here to view the Ski and Snowboard Council of New Jersey’s 2018-19 offerings which lists all of the resort and other discounts available.
The Ski Club of New Jersey also has a relationship with the Metropolitan New York Ski Council, which also began in the 1930’s as an umbrella organization dedicated to promoting the amateur sport of skiing. The Council covers a geographic area which includes Brooklyn, Westchester, Queens, Manhattan, Long Island, and also parts of Connecticut, NJ, and Vermont. Both the Councils partner to offer 3rd & 4th and 5th graders the opportunity to ski free, which you can learn about on their websites. Read their offerings listed in their 2018-19 guidebook found here.
Trips and Ski Races. In addition to voucher discount programs and Council Appreciation days, the Ski and Snowboard Council of New Jersey and the Metropolitan New York Ski Council also offer extensive race opportunities as well as wonderful, discounted group Ski Trips to resorts on the East Coast, out west, and in the Canadian Rockies.
Members of The Ski Club of New Jersey enjoy every kind of winter sport including skiing, boarding, racing as well as hiking and snowshoeing. We swap stories about conditions, the best runs at Killington Mountain, Pico Mountain, Okemo Mountain and Sugarbush Mountain, gear tip, and where the best Happy Hours are! Weekend dinners while staying […]
SCNJ – Some history about The Ski Club of New Jersey From the archives… Early Days of the Ski Club of New Jersey When skiing was in its infancy and our club’s founders had to travel to Lake Placid or North Conway to get professional instruction from Otto Schneibs* or Hannes Schneider respectively, a group […]
One of the best features of our Vermont Lodge is being able to access the variety of outdoor sports opportunities Vermont offers, from skiing and snowboarding to hiking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and mountain biking. Vermont also offers access to agri-tourism and the rich cultural life of its towns and cities. In February, 2019,Rutland, […]
With frost near at hand, let’s talk about what’s happening on the race scene as it affects SCNJ: The Killington race camp dates have already been sent out to our SCNJ members. Summarizing – there are two race camps: (1) The regular 5-day GS Killington camp (12/4/2017 – 12/8/2017, which includes ½ day […]
2016 World Cup at Killington In November 2016 the World Cup Women’s slalom and Giant Slalom were held at Killington. This is the first time in many years (1978) that a World Cup event has been held in Vermont, and the plan is to do it again this year in November 2017. A couple of our […]
Sun Valley – March 1st to 8th, 2017 On March 1, 2017, 11 happy skiers left for Sun Valley via Denver and into the Hailey Freidman airport in Sun Valley. According to our transportation driver, Sun Valley was experiencing one of the best snow years in the last 20 years, as evidenced by […]
SCNJ CLUB’s 2017 RACE RESULTS Middlebury Snow Bowl, March 4, 2017 Another fun Club Race weekend!! Our SCNJ adults (combined men’s and women’s teams) kept the ‘little brown jug’, winning by a time of about 33 seconds, besting both Telemark and Monmouth Ski Clubs. Thanks to everyone who participated and made the effort to […]
The Ski Club of New Jersey will be sponsoring it’s 12th Annual Fall Hike Weekend this October 7-10th at its lodge in Chittenden, Vt. Also featured is the Harvest Dinner following the hike. The cost is $80.00 for members, $90.00 for guests, $70.00 for junior members. Cost includes lodging Friday, Saturday, Sunday; breakfast Saturday […]