Winter Activities Series: Part 2 – Ski Club Ireland

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Did you know that Dublin has it’s very own Skiing venue? No? You are not alone on this as I only found out last week, the Ski Club of Ireland, located in Kilternan, Co. Dublin, is the ultimate destination to get involved in skiing and snowboarding, whether your a seasoned pro or just looking to learn the ropes before a winter holiday the guys at Ski Ireland have slopes and instructors for all ages. As part two of our ‘Winter Activities’ series, we delve into what makes this club a hub for winter sports enthusiasts.

A Not-For-Profit Haven for Snow Enthusiasts

The Ski Club of Ireland is more than just a skiing and snowboarding club. It is a not-for-profit organisation with a noble mission: to promote and develop skiing and snowboarding throughout Ireland. This mission is achieved through the provision of classes and training facilities catering to all skill levels, from complete beginners to seasoned experts. The heart of the club beats with the voluntary support of approximately 400 passionate members.

A Magnet for Winter Sports Lovers

Located in the scenic surroundings of Kilternan, this club draws people from all corners of Ireland. It’s a place where individuals come to either learn the basics of skiing and snowboarding or to refine their skills amidst a breathtaking winter backdrop. The Ski Club of Ireland welcomes everyone, from families and children to students, youth groups, and even corporate teams. It’s a place where you can embrace the magic of winter together.

A Legacy of Winter Sports

Over the years, the Ski Club of Ireland has introduced over 100,000 people to the joys of winter sports. It’s not just about skiing and snowboarding; it’s an experience that transcends generations. This legacy extends to participants of all kinds, including Ireland’s International Racers and the Special Olympics Ski Team, highlighting the club’s inclusivity and commitment to the broader community.

Seasonal Highlights and International Adventures

The Ski Club of Ireland is not just about practicing on the local slopes. It hosts a myriad of events throughout the season, ensuring there’s always something exciting happening. Additionally, the club organises sociable ski holidays abroad. Every January, members set off to the slopes of Courchevel, and each February brings the promise of a different Austrian resort, further expanding the horizons of winter sports enthusiasts.

Whether you’re a beginner looking to take your first slide down the slopes or a seasoned expert in search of a new adventure, this club offers a unique space to revel in the joys of winter.

So, if you’re planning a winter trip to Ireland, be sure to include a visit to the Ski Club of Ireland in your itinerary. Experience the thrill of skiing or snowboarding, embrace the camaraderie of like-minded individuals, and make lasting memories amidst the stunning backdrop of Kilternan’s landscapes. Winter in Ireland has never been more exciting!

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