With a fully equipped clubhouse and kitchen, 4 bathrooms, ski & board storage, parents and athletes can enjoy slopeside skiing with family and fellow club members. To keep the club clean and enjoyable, each member/family is required as part of member responsibilities to take a day in the season to clean the club. Sign-up today.
BELOW ARE A FEW NOTES TAKEN FROM THE MEMBERSHIP HANDBOOK.
Treat the clubhouse like it's your own home.
If you see destructive behavior taking place, please report it immediately. If there are problems of any kind, let our staff know and we'll handle it as soon as possible.
Clean-up days. Please be sure to sign up for a clean up day and when your day comes up, team up with the other family that signed up and scrub-a-dub-dub. Click here to sign up.
There are tons of things that need to be done on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. There's no shortage of tasks, but frequently, a shortage of hands. There are many committees that will benefit from your input and participation. The phrase "many hands make light work" couldn't more aptly describe our situation at SNSC. Help out by participating as a member of our committees, in fundraising events, on-hill events and other SNSC activities.
WHERE ARE THINGS / PEOPLE SUPPOSED TO GO AT THE CLUB?
We've spent thousands of dollars on club renovations, some of which have changed the general use of the clubhouse.
Go home at the end of every day.
Skis / Boards
May be stored on a first come / first serve basis in one of the two large storage closets downstairs in the basement level. First priority is given to multi-day athletes. There are lockers that are assigned each season to multi-day athletes by seniority.
Are to be stored on the hooks provided on every level.
In the fridge, but only on a daily basis. NOTE: All food is thrown out of the fridge on Sunday evening.
Used for meeting, socializing, hanging out, booting up, cooking and eating.
LOWER (BASEMENT) LEVEL
Used for eating, booting up and meeting friends.
(locked door on Basement level)
is the coaches room. It is also the only place in the club where skis or boards may be tuned or waxed.
You'll find our offices, timing room, tutorial / meeting room and phones. Video analysis and off-hill coaching frequently takes place in the upstairs tutorial / meeting room. In general, the office is not a place to hang out. It's a work space where it needs to be quiet. Kids are not encouraged to frequent this area.
WHEN IS THE CLUB OPEN / CLOSED?
Weekends, the club opens at 7:30 or earlier and closes at 4:30 – 5:00 PM.
The club is open midweek at 8:00 AM and closed at 4:30 – 5:00 PM depending on the training schedule.
These hours will be maintained throughout the winter, 7 days a week.
The kitchen area is available for all members to use. It is the responsibility of EVERY MEMBER to clean up after themselves. DO NOT leave dirty dishes, food containers, coffee cups etc. in the sink for "someone else" to clean.
If you have any questions, need information, don't understand something about the club, race schedules, event sign-ups, etc. Please feel free to ask questions. Veteran members of SNSC, your child's coach, the club director and administrative assistant are all available and will do their best to answer your questions. If they don't know the answer, they'll be sure to research the issue or refer you to someone who can help you out.
Member parking in the small lot below the clubhouse is available on a FIRST COME / FIRST SERVE basis. Don't park other members in. A great option for parking is to continue past the limited MEMBER PARKING space and proceed to the upper lot. From the upper lot, you can ski or ride directly to the front door of the clubhouse. At the end of the day, make sure to time your final run so that you can ski or ride right to your car. PLEASE DO NOT PARK in the DRIVEWAY above the Member Parking lot.
Please DO NOT leave your boots in the clubhouse overnight. We have had problems with mold and boots are a prime source of bacteria. Please bring your boots home to dry and do not leave in the clubhouse.
You're welcome to store your food in the fridge, but please DO NOT leave overnight.
SNOW / MUD
Kindly refrain from dragging snow and mud into the building. To keep our club in great shape, please do your best to clean your board / skis off and kick off any excess snow and / or mud from your boots BEFORE entering the clubhouse. This really helps us keep the clubhouse moisture down and eliminates puddles of melted snow that accumulate on the new rubber-flooring surface.
Something to keep in mind is that SNSC memberships and program fees DO NOT include lift access. For most families, the best bet is to purchase a Smugglers' Notch Season Pass. That way, you can just ski up to the lift and not have to bother going to the ticket window to purchase an individual day ticket. The resort kindly extends pre-Labor Day discount rated season pass prices up to the date of the SNSC Ski & Snowboard Sale that historically takes place in the middle of October.