Since 1956, the Middlebury Ski Club has been teaching young skiers to enjoy the sport of skiing and helping them excel in their efforts toward competitive success.
The Middlebury Ski club is a non-profit organization of families and friends with the common goal of promoting healthy activity through alpine skiing and of supporting and developing skiers and ski racers.
Our goal is to provide a fun and safe environment in which each of our youngsters can develop as people and achieve their personal skiing goals. To achieve this, the club focuses on developing strong fundamental skiing skills, understanding of the mind and body aspects of racing, promoting commitment, hard work, and sportsmanship.
As a club suited to racers 16 and younger, we emphasize fun and growth over strict competition.
Registration for Winter 2018-19 is Open!.
Our Alpine Program format has changed this year. Please Contact Meg Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
2018 - 19 PROGRAMS
Non-competitive and optional add-on competitive program for intermediate and advanced skiers ages 6 and up who want to develop strong fundamental skills to become better skiers, have fun, and ski a lot with professional coaches. Programming will be broken out by designated USSA age groups.
- Fall Dryland Training
- Weekend Training Dec. - March
- Ages 6 and up (see prerequisites)
Be part of the club! Even if you don't have a kid in our program, you can join the Ski Club and enjoy our social events and activities.
- Cookouts, Potlucks & Movie Nights
- "Fun Races" on weekends
- Ski Days at other Mountains
- End of Year Social and Awards
- $100 per Family
The Middlebury Ski Club
The mission of the Middlebury Ski Club is to promote alpine skiing and to support the development of ski racers of all ages and abilities.
The Middlebury Ski Club is a non-profit organization based in Middlebury, Vermont, USA.