About the Club
Sterling Ski Club was founded in 1937 by a group of six enthusiastic skiers at the Sterling House Community Center in Stratford, Connecticut. You can read the complete history of our club on the Club History page. In 2012, Sterling Ski Club celebrated 75 years of existence.
A vibrant sports club that continuously attracts and retains members by providing varied and affordable opportunities to engage in outdoor sports.
Promote the sport of skiing by:
- Encouraging participation in and enjoyment of snow sports
and other outdoor activities.
- Increasing the awareness of four-season sports.
- Making snow sports and other outdoor activities affordable to all club members.
- Becoming the premier outdoor sporting organization in Southern Connecticut.
Sterling Ski Club is a family-friendly ski and sports club, located in Stratford, Connecticut. See the Club Calendar for meeting locations and times. The club was founded in 1937 and now has over 450 members. One of the founding ski clubs in Connecticut, Sterling Ski Club has events throughout the year, culminating in a banquet in May. The meetings often have special events or guest speakers and are open to both members and prospective members.
WHAT YOU GET WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP
Sterling Ski Club offers many Discount Lift Ticket Programs to allow you to mix and match the best discounts to fit your skiing and riding schedule.
- Ski Trips including day bus trips, weekend and weekly trips.
- Sterling Ski Race Program is open to Adults 18 and over.
Email Newsletter and Web Site Access.
Social Events and Meetings.
Sterling owns two lodges in Vermont. Members and guests can enjoy lodging throughout the year. The Southern Vermont Lodge is in West Dover, VT and sleeps up to 27 people. It is 1/2 mile from Mt Snow and under an hour drive to most of southern Vermont’s premier ski areas such as Okemo, Bromley, Stratton, and Killington. The Sugarbush Lodge located slope-side at Sugarbush North, located in Fayston, VT, sleeps 21 people. It is minutes from Sugarbush South, Mad River Glen, and Stowe. Both lodges feature bedrooms with either full beds and/or bunk beds, and shared bathrooms. Both have comfortable living and dining areas with full kitchens, fireplaces, wireless internet access, and a friendly place to relax after skiing for members, their families, and guests.
The Connecticut Ski Council (CSC) offers their membership discounted ski tickets to many resorts, as well as discounted participation in the CSC's many events. The CSC has a calendar of “Awareness Days,” which are discounted ski days starting as low as $25 a ticket. All you need to do is show up on the designated day and present your Ski Club’s Membership Card with appropriate CSC member stickers to receive the discount. For more information go to the CSC website at www.skiclub.com.