NJ Ski Council

High Life is a member of the New Jersey Ski and Snowboard Council (www.njssc.org) along with other clubs throughout the state.  Currently approx. 40 clubs have memberships in NJ Ski & Snowboard Council.  While most member clubs are from NJ there are several from NY State.  Membership in NJ Ski & Snowboard Council affords tangible benefits to clubs and their members. High Life's Ski Council Rep. for the 2023-2024 season is Past President, Bob Zega who attends a monthly meeting of the NJ Ski & Snowboard Council and adminstiers the discount lift  ticket (voucher) program for High LIfe.....see INSTRUCTIONS on this below.

NJ Ski Council Benfits include:

      - A discount Lift ticket program with participating resorts 

      - A  Lodge-sharing program with (9) clubs participating for the 2023 - 2024 season.  In this program, a member of a NJ Ski Council club can stay at the lodge of one of the participating clubs iwthout having to become a member of that club. You are required to pay the fee for the stay/  See Bob Zega, NJ Ski Council Rep for High Life for attional details.

    -Sponsoring the Warren Miller film at a local theater each fall 

    -Reasonably priced ski trips in the Norheast (Sunday River Maine, Attitash, New Hampshire, Mount Tremblant, Canada, etc.)

    -1 additional trip each season to a major Western Ski resort

    -A resonably priced  early seaon 'Ski Skills Tune-up day' iwhich includes lift tickets and instructor lead training at a local ski area.

    -The State Race (Pico) when member clubs compete against each other for bragging rights!

   -The Consolation Race

   -The Presidents Race held at Hunter each year in March

* Discount lift ticket program (vouchers) for the 2023-2024  season

Resorts participating:  Killington and Pico only.  A killington voucher can be used at Pico but if you intend to ski Pico use a  Pico voucher and save money. 
RFID system:  Killington and Pico use an RFID card called 'The One Pass', which you must purchase ($5) via Killington's website.  ALL NJ Ski Council vouchers and any lift tickets purchased online directl from Killington/Pico must be loaded onto The One Pass prior to day of skiing.  (NOTE): you can use a One Pass Card from last season.  The One Pass card is obtained via Klllington's website (www.killington.com). Click theTickets and Passes button and read the directions in the 'One Pass RFID Card' section then scroll to the "You Need to purchase a One-Pass by Itself".  Killington does NOT mail RFID cards........after purchasing a card on-line, Killington will send an email with a confirmation numrber and/or bar code.  Using your mobile phone you can scan the number (or bar code) into a kiosk at Killington OR Pico to get your physical card.  NOTE: You must have a physical 'One Pass' on you to ski Killington or Pico.  

INSTRUCTIONS to obtain a One Pass Card:  

> log onto Killington weboste (www.killington.com)
> click on 'Plan You Trip'
> click on 'Winter Tickets and Passes on the drop down menu
> scroll down and read the 'One Pass RFID Card section, then
> scroll down and read the section titled, "You Need to Buy a One Pass by Itself IF".........
> follow the prompt, 'Buy One Pass'
By Purchasing a One Pass Card you establish an account with Killington which enables you to upload the ID number on each paper voucher. You can pick up the paper vouchers at a Tuesday meting OR they can be mailed to you.  However, the ID number which is all you need, can be emailed to you by your NJ Ski Council Rep. You then log onto Killington's webiste to upload the ID number(s). Vouchers have instructioins on how to do this but if you chosse to get the ID number only. I will also email instructions on how to upload the numbers.
The prices for Killington and Pico vouchers appear on the High Life Voucher order form..
PLEASE:  read the club newsletter each month and watch this part of the website for all updates to the Voucher program and other Council news.
Bob Zega   rjzega@yahoo.com