is a social club dedicated to skiing and open to the public. We have about 160 members. Most members live on the eastern end of Long Island, but we also have active members in Nassau County, New York City, Westchester County, as well as other areas of the country. Long Island East Ski Club travels throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Ski Club trips vary from trip to trip making it exciting for all members new and old.
The ski club meets from September to April on the fourth Tuesday of each month at different local restaurants for dinner. Check the Calendar of Events page for scheduled meetings.
The Jungfrau region consists of 3 mountains - Jungfraujoch, Schilthorn, Harderkulm - and 3 valleys with villages of - Grindelwald, Wengen, Murren - all above another famous and considered most picturesque area of all of europe called Interlaken "between the lakes". You can ski the run made famous by "James Bond", visit the highest point of all of europe with breath taking views, visit the Ice Palace, have lunch at the top of the Schilthorn in the revolving restaurant, tour Interlaken, and so much more. All skiing is linked by lifts, cablecars and yes trains up and through the moutains! This area is a must on any skiers "bucket list".
Known for measuring snow fall by the foot and not inches, these combined areas should keep every skier happy with a vast variety of terrain. From steeps to gentle runs, bowls to chutes and of course the trees, all levels will enjoy the compliment of skiing as well as breath taking views. Getting to other resorts is easy with buses running to Kirkwood - Mon/Wed and Northstar - Tues/Thurs. Lake Tahoe itself is a glimmering stretch of cobalt blue water which is the second largest alpine lake in the world only second to Lake Titicaca, Peru.