Club History

The Halton Outdoor Club is a registered not-for-profit organization and was formed in 1973 under its original name “The Halton Cross Country Ski Club”. Since that time it has been providing an opportunity for skiers to meet one another, to share experiences, and to ski in small groups rather than alone.

The club still caters to skiers, but in the early eighties, added cycling to its program.

In the late nineties another major event took place, once again shaping the history of the club. At that time the name of the Club was changed to “The Halton Outdoor Club”. As a result, the Club is now officially dedicated to promoting year round outdoor activities which include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, cycling and paddling, thereby providing its members with an even greater choice of participating and training in these sports. Our membership is composed of families and single individuals of all ages and abilities.

Year round, the Club offers many day trips as well as several multi-day trips to local and more distant destinations, thereby giving members the opportunity to engage in Club sports in a variety of locations around the world.

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