We are a private ski and social club for married and single adults who reside in the Bay Area. Our members enjoy skiing together at the Tahoe resorts and hiking and biking throughout the year.

The majority of our members are avid skiers between the ages of 40 and 70.

A major benefit of club membership is our lodge in Tahoe City, open all year, and only a few minutes from Alpine Meadows, Palisades, and Homewood.

For summer fun and relaxation we also share a private beach, picnic area, and dock on Lake Tahoe, only 2 blocks from the lodge.

A great way to socialize is to visit the lodge and participate in our year round organized events in the Bay Area and at the lodge.

If you would like to find out more about the club, attend one of our general meetings (contact our VP of recruitment for information about the meeting). Additional information about our club can be found in "How to Join" section on our web site. In the "Gallery" section one can find photos of our lodge and activities which our members are engaged in.

Berkeley Ski Club News:

  • Bike the two bridges with Alex Sunday November 12 at 9 am.
    This is a 28-30 mile hilly bike ride, starting in Benicia, across the Benicia Bridge, through Martinez, following Carquinez Scenic road to Crockett, across the Carquinez bridge, through Vallejo back to Benicia, with a short scenic out and back in Benicia State Park.
    Total elevation gain is about 1900 feet.
    Start and finish will be in the parking lot at the bottom of East Fifth street in Benicia
    (Go down East Fifth street and at the bottom make a right into the parking area near the Marina)
    This will be a no drop ride, with lots of stops to regroup and enjoy the views. Be prepared for a lot of hills and wonderful views.
    Please RSVP so I know who is coming: Alexdronkers@gmail.com
  • The Berkeley ski club started out as a social club for skiing, but in the past few years, the Lodge in Tahoe City has become increasingly popular during the summer. This is partially due to access to a private beach where the Club maintains kayaks. This is also because hiking and biking in the summer is wonderful in the Tahoe area.
  • Who was that good lookin' skier? We are now collecting photos of our Members, accessible from the Members-Only page. Completely self-service; you pick out the photo that makes you look best!