The Ski Club of Ireland is based in Kilternan, on the boarder between Dublin & Wicklow, where it operates the National Snowsports Centre for Ireland. The Club is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion and development of skiing and snowboarding through the provision of classes and training facilities for all standards of skier or snowboarder, from complete beginner to expert. It is run by the voluntary support of about 150 enthusiastic members.
People from all over Ireland come to Kilternan every year to learn or develop their skiing or snowboarding skills and enjoy the many activities at the Club throughout the season.
Over 100,000 to Kilternan
Over the years more than 100,000 people have been introduced to winter sports at Kilternan. Participants include families, children, students, youth groups, corporates, Ireland’s International Racers and the Special Olympics Ski Team.
The Club runs many events through the season and organises a small number of sociable ski holidays abroad. In 2016 the three holidays that are planned are to Courchevel in January, Bad Hofgastein in February and to La Grave in March, click here for more details on the club holidays for 2019.