09/14/2020 Update: Due to Covid 19 and in accordance with Baltimore County Regulations LTRC Snow Club will not be providing transportation this season. We are hopeful that we will have the Night Tracker Pass available for sale without transportation, but we are still awaiting details about the Night Tracker Program from Ski Liberty. As soon as we have more information we will update here and the Facebook page.

Vail Resorts CEO shared an announcement providing details on the Winter Operating Plan for the 2020/2021 season.

Welcome to the 2020 LTRC Snow Club Season

LTRC Snow Club provides high school middle school students in the Lutherville-Timonium and surrounding area the opportunity to go on 7 trips to Liberty, Roundtop, and Whitetail after school during the winter season.

For High Schoolers, trips are on Friday evenings starting January 3rd. We take six trips that alternate each week between Ski Liberty and Ski Roundtop and one Sunday trip to Ski Whitetail. All trips are taken on chartered buses and depart from the Ridgely Middle School parking lot at 3:30 PM, returning at 10:45 PM.

For Middle Schoolers, trips are on Tuesday evenings starting January 7th. We take six trips to Ski Liberty and one Sunday trip to Ski Whitetail. All trips are taken on chartered buses and depart from the Ridgely Middle School parking lot at 3:00 PM, returning at 9:30 PM. One bus will depart from Cockeysville Middle School at 2:30pm. Please read the FAQ for more details.

Paid registration comes with a Night Tracker Pass, which gives students a lift ticket for every evening of the season at all three local ski areas: Ski Liberty, Ski Roundtop, and Ski Whitetail.

"epic" Changes at Liberty

A lot of changes have been happening at Liberty, Roundtop, and Whitetail since last season. You may have heard that the resorts were sold to Peak Resorts last year, which was then purchased by Vail Resorts.

Because of the change in ownership, you will notice some changes with the "Night Club Card" program. It has been replaced with the "Night Tracker" program and will work mostly the same as the old NCC program. The most notable changes are: there will be no more advantage card, no more insurance program, and the program is only available to students ages 7-18 available to anyone ages 7 and up!

You can read more about the Night Tracker program on Liberty's website here.

Sweatshirts For Sale!

Would you like to share your love of winter sports and support the LTRC snow club with a hooded sweatshirt? They are black with white print and can be purchased for $30. If you would like to purchase one, send cash or checks made payable to LTRC Snow Club to them to 55 Northwood Dr. Timonium MD 20193 attn. James Ruley. Please include your desired size and contact information when sending your order!