The Ski Club of New Jersey, like other similar clubs, closed its lodge doors during the 2020-21 season owing to Covid-19 social distancing requirements.
Now, Lodge and Club Executive Board leadership are busy at work fashioning strategies and methodologies for safe openings beginning the latter half of this summer and continuing into the foreseeable future.
Club members are delighted and can’t wait to get back up to the “Laarg,” as it was nicknamed long ago.
The Ski Club of New Jersey is the oldest such club in New Jersey and dates to some of the earliest ski activities in the northeast, including relationships with ski resorts and their founders-important contributors who helped shape the industry in the U.S.
It boasts a formidable youth racing team and a competitive adult race team, as well as offering families affordable access to winter sports in Vermont, plus hiking off-season, mountain biking, theater-going, and golf.
Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are also fun activities for club members.
Those interested in membership are invited to visit our membership page for further information.
The club prides itself on being a working club where friendships are forged and memories are made. Its Vermont Lodge is the centerpiece of the club’s activities.