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One of the best ways of improving your skiing or boarding is being part of a regular club. Ski Rossendale hosts the friendliest clubs around. It is easy to join, just follow the contacts in our clubs and groups section.



Clubs and Groups

One of the main goals for the Social Enterprise is to establish Ski Rossendale as a ‘Centre of Excellence’ for multiple snowsports disciplines.

Ski Rossendale is proud of its teaching and training standards and is equally proud of the different clubs and groups that have chosen to make Ski Rossendale their home, with something for everyone ranging from absolute beginners to those wanting to fine tune their performance.


Kids Club Sliders - Saturday Mornings

Skiing and boarding all year round

The Ski Rossendale KIDS CLUB SLIDERS is aimed at children of all ages and abilities. At Kids Club they will learn new skills and make new friendships that can last a lifetime. Ski Rossendale is a place where your children will experience the outdoors in all kinds of weather, surrounded by the hills of Rossendale. This gives them a real taste of variable mountain conditions and most learn to love outdoor activity and the healthy lifestyle that goes with it. 

Mums and Dads don't need to be left out either, as you can sit back and relax in the ski slope cafe or it's terrace and enjoy the views over the slopes.

You may decide to volunteer for an hour or so while you are here to help run the club (ask at office).

Kids Club Sliders meets every Saturday of the year;

Ski sessions at 09:30 and 11:30 and Snowboarding sessions at 09:15 and 11:15

Each session is £8.80 and they can be booked in blocks of 6 or 10. (11 for the price of 10)

Kindergarten from 3 yrs to 4 yrs (learning through play) at 9:45 and 11:45.

Each session is £8.00 and they can be booked in blocks of 6 or 10. (11 for the price of 10)


Rossendale Special Ski Club - Saturday Afternoons

A friendly ski club for those with a learning difficulty 2 - 4pm

We have a very experienced coach in Mike Hopkins who supported by instructors, parents, guardians and volunteers create a wonderful atmosphere on saturday afternoons.

We also have a Special Olympic Team.

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

E-mail or ring Mike or Alison DeVial via the office on 01706 226 457. 


Gryffin SnowSports Club -Sunday Mornings

Oct to April - Every Sunday 9.30–11:30am (also Wednesday evenings)

The Gryffin SnowSports Club is an independantly run, family orientated ski club which helps people learn, improve and enhance their skills and techniques so that they can enjoy the world of winter sports.

Gryffin’s approach is that everybody can learn how to ski. With experienced, qualified instructors who understand each and every member of their group, they know how to ensure you get the best for yourself whilst releasing your full potential on the slopes.

If you would like more information about becoming a member of Gryffin then you are more than welcome to come along and join them on the slope or get together in the cafe after the morning’s ski session.

Visit their official site at


Ski Rossendale Race Club - Tuesday & Friday Evenings

Tuesday and Friday nights Ski Rossendale 7 - 9pm

Ski Rossendale Race Club is a ski race club based in Rossendale whose focus is race training for juniors and adults of all ages. We are registered with Snowsport England and our members take part in regional fun races, club nationals and grand prix races on both artificial outdoor and indoor snow slopes throughout the United Kingdom.

To take part in the National Races the skiers are registered with Snowsport England and they are awarded seed points when they compete in a race. The number of seed points that the racer has is an indication of their national ranking.

Please visit our website at   SKI ROSSENDALE RACE CLUB




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