Q:  So...how do I join Black Ski?

A:  Simply fill out the membership application on our Join Us page, and mail it along with your first year's membership fees to:

Black Ski Inc.

P.O. Box 90762

Washington, DC  20090-0762

You will receive a membership card and new member t-shirt.  Be sure to attend one of the new member orientations for useful information about the club.

Q:  I see a trip I'd like to go on.  How do I get more information?

A:  For more information about a specific trip or activity, please contact the trip director or activity leader listed on the flyer for that trip or activity.

Q:  How do I find out more about the club and meet the other members?

A:  The club has a monthly General Body Meeting held on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.  Trip directors provide information about their trips and club officers report on club operations.  The meeting is generally held at:

Nineteenth Street Baptist Church

4606  16th Street, N.W.

Washington, D.C.  20011

Occasionally, the meeting will be held in a more social setting with more of a Happy Hour format, so be on the lookout for announcements about changes in location.

Q:  How many trips does Black Ski take each year?

A:  Black Ski takes numerous ski trips each year, from the first week in December to the end of March or beginning of April.  The trips range from day trips to nearby mountains to multiple week-long trips to overseas locations.

Q:  Does Black Ski do anything besides ski?

A:  Black Ski has an extremely active cycling group and a golfing group, and will go on additional excursions such as horseback riding or boating from time to time.  The cycling group and golfing group also take trips to other locations from time to time.  In addition, the club hosts a crab feast on the beach annually, in addition to Halloween parties, Christmas parties, Apres Ski Season parties and happy hours at various locations in the Washington, D.C. area.

Q:  What organizations does Black Ski belong to?

A:  Black Ski is a founding member of the National Brotherhood of Skiers, and is also a member of the Blue Ridge Ski Council.