What we're about

Are you a skier, snowboarder or just want to have fun?? Meet other local ski buffs to talk gear, share stories and plan outings. Formerly "Charlotte Ski Bees," the Club was founded in 1963 and transitioned into the Charlotte Ski & Snowboard Club several years ago. We are a year round organization focused on promoting snow skiing and snow boarding. We also offer many other outdoor and social activities, ranging from monthly hikes, kayaking, happy hours and so much more!

We have some great trips scheduled for the coming year (or, rather, years). We get great pricing on our trips: discounted lodging and lift tickets at 50% or less off the window price. Plus you get to make new friends and have a great time - what could be better!! Check out our calendar of events on our website at www.charlotteskiandsnowboardclub.com! !

We have an awesome ski/snowboard race team and throughout the winter months compete in ski races with other clubs in Crescent Ski Council, an organization of 19 clubs in the southeast.

Our membership dues are $30/single and $50/household, and local ski shops give valuable perks with each membership so you can't beat the price!! Membership is required to participate on our trips and with our race team but guests are always welcome at any of our meetings and other events.

Our General Membership meetings are open to everyone and are generally held on the second Monday of the month (except June, July and Aug) at 7 PM - location TBA - check our Meetup page for updated information on location, and updated meeting schedule during COVID. Check with www.charlotteskiandsnowboardclub.com (http://charlotteskiandsnowboardclub.com/) to learn more and join the club.

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Thursday Evening Mountain Biking at the Whitewater Center

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This is a show and go ride during the month of August with no Bike Leader. Have fun with fellow club members at the US National Whitewater Center. Please meet at the Adventure Pavilion at 6:00 p.m. (see map). Note that the leader may cancel at the last minute due to trail conditions, inclement weather, or even due to scheduling conflicts, so if you are riding alone and need to ensure the group and a leader are going, please text or call Jace to inquire. And remember, you ride at your own risk, so please be sure to consider your own riding ability before starting on any of the trails.

Wheels up at 6:15 p.m. latest. If you're late, group will not wait; but you can text the group leader and they can try to pick you up on the next loop.

Parking is $6 or you can purchase $60 for a season pass. If you have your own bike, there is no fee other than parking; if you need a bike you can rent one from the Whitewater Center for $30. Allow 30 minutes to get into the park, park your car, and get your equipment out. There is traffic at that hour to get into the park.

All levels welcome! Check out the Whitewater Center calendar and get more information on the USNWC website. Stay for River Jam Live Music (May-September) after biking for friends, beer, and fun. Facilities map and trail map link.
Looking forward to riding together!

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Thursday Evening Mountain Biking at the Whitewater Center

Needs a location

Have fun with fellow club members at the US National Whitewater CentPlease meet at the Adventure Pavilion at 6:00 p.m. (see map). This is a show and go ride during the month of August with no Bike Leader. Note that the leader may cancel at the last minute due to trail conditions, inclement weather, or even due to scheduling conflicts, so if you are riding alone and need to ensure the group and a leader are going, please text or call Jace to inquire. And remember, you ride at your own risk, so please be sure to consider your own riding ability before starting on any of the trails.

Wheels up at 6:15 p.m. latest. If you're late, group will not wait; but you can text the group leader and they can try to pick you up on the next loop.

Parking is $6 or you can purchase $60 for a season pass. If you have your own bike, there is no fee other than parking; if you need a bike you can rent one from the Whitewater Center for $30. Allow 30 minutes to get into the park, park your car, and get your equipment out. There is traffic at that hour to get into the park.

All levels welcome! Check out the Whitewater Center calendar and get more information on the USNWC website. Stay for River Jam Live Music (May-September) after biking for friends, beer, and fun. Facilities map and trail map link.
Looking forward to riding together!

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Thursday Evening Mountain Biking at the Whitewater Center

Needs a location

Have fun with fellow club members at the US National Whitewater. Please meet at the Adventure Pavilion at 6:00 p.m. (see map). This is a show and go ride during month of August with no Bike Leader. Note that the leader may cancel at the last minute due to trail conditions, inclement weather, or even due to scheduling conflicts, so if you are riding alone and need to ensure the group and a leader are going, please text or call Jace to inquire. And remember, you ride at your own risk, so please be sure to consider your own riding ability before starting on any of the trails.

Wheels up at 6:15 p.m. latest. If you're late, group will not wait; but you can text the group leader and they can try to pick you up on the next loop.

Parking is $6 or you can purchase $60 for a season pass. If you have your own bike, there is no fee other than parking; if you need a bike you can rent one from the Whitewater Center for $30. Allow 30 minutes to get into the park, park your car, and get your equipment out. There is traffic at that hour to get into the park.

All levels welcome! Check out the Whitewater Center calendar and get more information on the USNWC website. Stay for River Jam Live Music (May-September) after biking for friends, beer, and fun. Facilities map and trail map link.
Looking forward to riding together!

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Thursday Evening Mountain Biking at the Whitewater Center

Needs a location

Have fun with fellow club members at the US National Whitewater Center. Leader is Jace Gates ‭(704)[masked]‬. Please meet at the Adventure Pavilion at 6:00 p.m. (see map). Note that the leader may cancel at the last minute due to trail conditions, inclement weather, or even due to scheduling conflicts, so if you are riding alone and need to ensure the group and a leader are going, please text or call Jace to inquire. And remember, you ride at your own risk, so please be sure to consider your own riding ability before starting on any of the trails.

Wheels up at 6:15 p.m. latest. If you're late, group will not wait; but you can text the group leader and they can try to pick you up on the next loop.

Parking is $6 or you can purchase $60 for a season pass. If you have your own bike, there is no fee other than parking; if you need a bike you can rent one from the Whitewater Center for $30. Allow 30 minutes to get into the park, park your car, and get your equipment out. There is traffic at that hour to get into the park.

All levels welcome! Check out the Whitewater Center calendar and get more information on the USNWC website. Stay for River Jam Live Music (May-September) after biking for friends, beer, and fun. Facilities map and trail map link.
Looking forward to riding together!

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Thursday Evening Mountain Biking at the Whitewater Center

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