The Eagle Ski Club is the UK's largest and most active ski touring and ski mountaineering club, with almost 1,400 members. We all share a common interest and passion for ski touring and ski mountaineering and for getting out and exploring mountain ranges.

We organise over 60 ski touring trips abroad and over 15 meets in Scotland each year; day tours, hut-to-hut tours and expeditions. We have a strong focus on developing skills for ski touring and on supporting those interested in leading tours. We hope you enjoy exploring our website, and finding out about our Club.

2022 pre-season get together & AGM weekend: 11-13 November

We will be holding a pre-season get together weekend from Friday 11 November to Sunday 13 November 2022. The weekend will include walks, training, annual dinner and the AGM. The weekend will be at the Blencathra Field Studies Centre in the northern Lake District. It will be a great opportunity to look ahead to the new ski touring season and meet old and new friends! Early booking is essential. Click here for further details and booking form (remember to log-in to the website).

Ski touring programme 2023

The ski touring programme for the 2023 season should be published on 30 August. There are currently 65 tours planned. Further details to follow.

Scottish Meets programme 2023

The Scottish meets programme for the 2022/23 season should be published in late August or very early in September. Further details to follow. 

Making things happen: volunteering with the Club

Our Club is run for members by members. We employ no staff, so we rely entirely on the voluntary effort of members who step forward to help run the Club. Volunteering opportunities can include helping out with a project, providing advice on a technical issue, producing our e-newsletter, organising a Club meet, and looking after Club funds and organising meetings. One of our priorities is to make sure that we do more to support, develop and recognise volunteers and their role within the Club. You can find out more on a new website page:

Volunteering with the Club

Volunteering opportunities

Our current volunteering vacancies and opportunities range from seeking a new Vice President to a request for technical AV skills! You can find the list of vacancies and opportunities on this page:

Volunteering opportunities

Ice axes & crampons allowed on Eurostar services

If you're travelling to the Alps by train this year, remember that Eurostar have reversed their policy and removed references to ice axes, crampons, etc from the restricted dangerous sports equipment section on their website. Eurostar now states that "...you are able to bring mountaineering equipment with you when you travel by Eurostar. We ask only that any passenger carrying this kind of equipment makes themselves known to a member of the Eurostar team in the station on arrival so that they can ensure the smooth passage through the security/baggage check.".

Featured Video

Craig Peters' video from the ESC 5-12 February tour to Grimentz, led by Stuart Johnston.