The region is fortunate to have a number of active snowsports clubs based at slopes all round the region. From beginner-friendly to elite training, there's a club for everybody.
Bowles Ski Racing Club
The club is based at Bowles Residential Outdoor Centre in Eridge Green, Kent, and meets every Friday evening for two hours of slalom ski race training starting at 5:30pm.
The club is open to racers of all ages, and not all members compete. They also hold a monthly "Over the Hill" training session for parents of racers. The most important thing is to have fun!Visit site
Bromley Ski Race Club
Bromley Race Club was formed in 1993. The club has grown from its small beginnings to being one of the largest and most successful Race Clubs in the South East. All the children are encouraged to start competing at a local and school level as soon as they join the club, with the long term goals of racing regionally and nationally. Many of the racers also progress to winter races in Europe on snow.
The Squad currently train every Saturday at Chatham Ski Centre, following the closure of Bromley Ski Centre in 2016.Visit site
Chatham Race Club
Chatham Race Club is an open and friendly club that competes in ski racing events starting from local Regional level up to and including the National GBR Series. Our members span all age groups from the Under 10s right through to the Over 30s "Masters" categories.Visit site
Folkestone Ski Club
Folkestone are a small friendly club based at Folkestone Sports Centre Trust. The club is open to skiers from aged 4 to adult and a range of abilities. As long as you can snow-plough turn and use the Poma lift you are welcome to join.Visit site
Impulse Racing are an alpine training organisation based in the UK, running lessons, sessions, days and courses for Adults, children and schools.Visit site
London Region Nordic Ski Club
LRNSC aim to encourage participation in cross country skiing at all levels. They promote roller skiing from their base at Hillingdon Cycle Circuit (and also organise sessions in the Cambridge area) and also organise cross-country skiing on snow.Visit site
Precise Racing offer an elite snow-training programme that has been carefully planned to suit enthusiastic young skiers with their development, supported by a professional structure.Visit site
Sandown Park Race Club
Sandown Park Ski Race Club is an alpine ski race club dedicated to supporting young athletes through participation in competitive ski racing.
As a friendly and welcoming member run club, we focus on our athletes and their welfare and development.Visit site
Southern Ski Club for the Disabled
Whether the skier is blind, paraplegic, has MS or special learning needs ... SSCD can provide an adaptive means that makes it possible to give skiers a sense of achievement along with independence and self-confidence.
Skiing is also an opportunity to develop the self-confidence that comes with the shared experience of participating in a sport. Based over 40 years of helping people with disabilities, the Southern Ski Club for the Disabled is here to help them learn and enjoy skiing.Visit site
Tonicity Sports are an inclusive ski club affiliated with Snowsport England. Whether you want to be a ski racer or just improve your technique ready for you next holiday, Tonicity sports is a ski club accessible to everyone.Visit site
Disability Snowsports UK
DSUK believe that all people have the right to access the unique physical, mental, and social benefits of snowsport, regardless of disability, injury, or experience. They operate ski schools at various locations throughout the UK.Visit site