Ski Club Sign Up

Signing up for ski club is wicked easy! (But there are a few steps and some options to think about)

To sign up for Ski Club follow these 3 steps:

  1. Register for Uxbridge Ski & Snowboard Club
  2. Pay for Uxbridge Ski & Snowboard Club Registration
  3. Register with Wachusett – Order Lift Pass or Season Pass
    • (Optional but recommended) Lessons
    • (Optional) Equipment Rentals
    • (Optional) Cow Card

Sign-up links and instructions:

  1. Register for Uxbridge Ski & Snowboard Club: Ski Club Sign Up
  2. Pay for Uxbridge Ski & Snowboard Club Registration.
  • Venmo $125 to @Uxbridge-Skiclub
  • Registration is $125 per student. You may pay for multiple registrations in a single transaction. 2 students = $250, 3 students = $375, and so on.

3. Register with WachusettWachusett School Group Passes

A. Order Lift Passes or Season Pass

    • Options: You can purchase the 8-week School Group Pass or a Season Pass. The 8-week pass will cover the skier for the 8 ski club nights, whereas a season pass will allow you to ski throughout the season.
    • Wachusett School Group Passes (Available on October 2nd) Use code: TUXB 
    • or
    • *Use this code for Uxbridge Ski & Snowboard Club student members only. They will be added to the Student Ski Club roster and need a matching USSC registration.
    • *Any non-members (such as family members) who are purchasing a season pass can use code “Uxbridge Ski Bums” for the reduced group rate. 

B. Lessons

    • Group Lessons

C. Rentals

    • Equipment Rentals

D. COW Card

    • COW Card


Per student costs for the 2018/2019 season:

  1. Uxbridge Ski & Snowboard Club (Bus fee): $125
  2. Wachusett
    • 8-week Lift Pass: $138
      • (Season Passes start at $269)
    • (Optional but recommended) Lessons: $64
    • (Optional) Equipment Rentals: $110 (+$24 for helmet rental)
    • (Optional) Cow Card: $45 (for a $50 card)

Lessons are highly recommended, especially for younger skiers. It’s only $60 for six weeks of lessons and the groups are typically small, allowing for some one-on-one instruction.