The Mount Snow Ski Club was founding in 1979. Beginning as little more than a warming hut, MSSC has grown in size, scope and offerings. Today MSSC is supported by approximately 270 family, adult, and competitor memberships.
The Mount Snow Ski Club is organized to promote recreational and competitive winter sports activities at Mount Snow Resort, Vermont. Mount Snow has been hosting major ski races for over 40 years and has always been an active member of United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) and United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) competition community. In recent years, our development and competition programs have grown, diversified, and have met with great success.
The levels of competition range from local events through USSA sanctioned state or regional events to highest level USSA national and Fédération Internationale de Ski(FIS)international competition. For youngsters interested in furthering their on-snow training and competitive skills, the Alpine Training Center at Mount Snow offers everything they will need to take them as far as they want to go.
Recent achievements of Mount Snow Ski Club and Mount Snow Academy athletes include the Snowboard Junior World Champion, US Champion,and 2002 Olympic Gold as well as Freestyle Skiing Junior National Mogul Champion and National Upright-Combined Champion. In addition, three of our alumni participated in the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
MSSC shares the building with both the Mount Snow Competitive Program and the Mount Snow Academy. However, as our own 501c3 entity, we are not legally affiliated with either Mount Snow Resort, or Mount Snow Academy. We have a long standing relationship with both, and as part of our mission, MSSC enthusiastically supports competitive activities (alpine, freestyle, and snowboard). While there is a strong social component to MSSC, we are committed to helping our young athletes experience world-class training while developing solid and relavent skills.
Membership is open to all persons who support the stated purpose and pay the dues.