VSC - One of the oldest ski clubs in the Bay Area

The San Francisco Viking Ski Club was founded in 1938 by a bunch of San Franciscans of Scandinavian ancestry, but quickly embraced skiers of all backgrounds. Presently, our members live all over the Bay Area. In 1948, the members built our club cabin on Highway 40, once the only road over Donner Pass in the Sierra Nevada. The building was a WW II surplus quonset hut, which you can still see on the east side, but over the years, the original structure has been greatly covered by additions, all done by the members. The cabin is located right next to the Mt Judah entrance to Sugar Bowl, across the street from Donner Ski Ranch. The Vikings continue to be active skiers, and we have other activities during the year.
There is information about the Viking Cabin, which we maintain ourselves.
For joining and dues information, please see Membership Requirements.

For other information contact info@sfvikingskiclub.org
For a copy of the Viking monthly Newsletter, the Nordic Gazette, download it from our home page

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