The Eagle Ski Club
The Eagle Ski Club is the UK's largest and most active ski touring and ski mountaineering club, with over 1300 members.
The club touring programme has over 60 ski trips a year, ranging from day tours and hut to hut tours in the Alps to ski expeditions further afield. Some are led by club members and others by professional guides. The programme also offers instructional courses to improve off-piste ski technique and to learn and improve other ski touring and mountaineering techniques - including avalanche awareness.
The club also runs a series of UK events, including Scottish skiing weekend meets (January to March); summer weekend meets for walking and climbing; and lectures and other social events. These events provide an excellent opportunity to meet other ski-tourers and plan future trips.
For more information about the club see Membership Benefits and How to Join, or if you would like to learn more about the sport see Introduction to Ski touring and Ski mountaineering.
Summer Meets 2016
The club's summer meets are a great way to get away for a few days, meet old friends, get to know other Eagles and start making plans for next winter. New members are particularly welcome.
Patterdale Meet 9 - 12 June
This meet is intended as a climbing / walking or biking long weekend - come for all 4 days or just the weekend.
Snowdonia Midweek Scrambling Meet 14 - 16 June
This scrambling meet will be based in Llanberis and takes place over 3 days.
Swanage Camping Meet 1 - 3 July
A joint meet with the Alpine Club, staying at the Acton Field Campsite, Langton Matravers. Lots of opportunity for coastal rock climbing and walking.
Mountain Biking Weekend 30 Sept - 2 Oct
Based in the Conwy Valley with a range of mountain biking on offer, from mellow to challenging.
Leaders Meet in Peak District 7 - 9 Oct
Anyone interested in leading or co-ordinating a tour is welcome to attend this meet based at Castleton Youth Hostel. Contact Phil Jardine, the Touring Secretary to book your place.
Rescue & Emergency Care First Aid Course 3 - 4 Dec
This 2 day course will be held at the Deilen Las Educational Centre, North Wales. It will cover emergency first aid geared towards the outdoors with specific reference to ski type injuries and issues around first aid whilst ski mountaineering.
Purchase Carbon Credits
If you can't use low carbon travel, then purchase carbon credits from The Cochabamba Project to offset the environmental impact of travel - for ski tours on the club programme or any other purpose.