100 Years of Ski Mountaineering
The Alpine Ski Club is an active and friendly club of independent ski mountaineers. It was the first ski-mountaineering club in Britain (founded by Arnold Lunn in 1908).
The objectives of the club are to promote mountaineering on ski and to encourage good fellowship amongst ski-mountaineers; to encourage mountaineering expeditions on ski throughout the world and to promote a better knowledge of the mountains in winter.
For more information on how to join see Membership.
The club offers two grants for ski mountaineering – the Kenneth Smith Scholarship is aimed at mountain safety and training for younger people – the Memorial Adventure Fund is for more adventurous explorations on skis.
Tracker 2 transceivers are available for hire for all ski mountaineers.
RescueMe personal locator beacons and a Yellowbrick satellite tracker/emergency SMS are available for hire to members of the club only,
The club has a long history of promoting safety in the mountains. Visit our safety pages on the website to help in assessing safety and risks while planning your trip, and when out on the hill as the tour unfolds.