Ski Roundtop Racing Club is preparing for the 2017/18 season. Our kick off meeting is scheduled for Sunday, October 22nd beginning at 4pm at the Comp Center located at the bottom of Exhibition. New and returning members are encouraged to join us to preview the year ahead and complete their registrations.
In the meantime please review our Parent Resource page under the CLUB tab and our programs listed under the SKIING and SNOWBOARD tabs. Registration and payment will be collected via Team SNAP. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Inquiries can be directed through our "Contact" page if you have questions between now and the opening for Registration.
SRRC is pleased to extend the Membership Grant program again in 2017/18. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Please see further details by clicking on this link to our GRANT page.
Welcome to SRRC
SRRC is a 501 c3 organization that operates independently from our host mountain Roundtop Mountain Resort. SRRC is a member of the United States Ski Association and the Pennsylvania Alpine Racing Association. SRRC offers its members quality and value of ski and snowboard experiences and competition.
We are a non-profit ski and snowboard sports club and open to a wide range of youth, from young school age through college. We welcome those who are new to or advanced in alpine ski and snowboard racing. We also extend a special invitation to non-skiers to our social events and to support our racers as a fan during their competitions.Read more
Why Choose SRRC
- We are a non-profit ski and snowboard sports club and open to a wide range of youth.
- Our club has a unique character and active membership. There's a real bond in SRRC because of member’s shared passion and devotion to alpine competition.
- SRRC athletes train and compete under a variety of programs and locations. On any given day, SRRC athletes center their training on the Exhibition slope at Ski Roundtop.
- SRRC programs include Alpine Snowboard Racing.
- SRRC sponsors are an integral part of the team, as we welcome them into the full SRRC family.