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Multi-Sport and Travel Club Directory
Joining a club is a great way to meet people that have something in common with you, especially for travel or outdoor activities. E-mail us about your club!

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  • ADVENTUReSCAPES Bike and Ski Travel Club: is a special promotion of ADVENTUReSCAPES Magazine with a national membership roster of over 2500. We promote a variety of special events, such as the Flatlands Border Challenge Duathlon Series, plus organize complete adventure vacations or simple weekend getaways on behalf of the members, non-members, corporate and other groups. We work with a variety of tour operators, resorts, transportation companies, guide services, hotels and motels throughout the country to provide the best trips and vacations at the lowest rates. Favorite destinations include Steamboat Springs and Aspen, CO, Lake Havasu City and Sedona, AZ, Jackson Hole, WY, Park City and Moab, UT, Lake Tahoe, CA and Driggs, ID. For further information please call 800-292-0010, or email
  • The American Alpine Club: Founded in 1902, The American Alpine Club is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting climbing knowledge, conserving mountain environments, and serving the American climbing community.
  • We Ski 11: Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Hiking, Skiing, Roller Blading, Camping, Canoeing, you name it, we will try it. Events going on every weekend and some weekday evenings. All ages and abilities. Redding, California Contact Gary G. at 530-221-4740. for a club newsletter.
  • Bay Area Orienteering Club: (San Francisco) (408) 255-8018.
  • Bay Area Outdoor Adventure Club: The bay area's ONLY activity club where you can do something different every weekend! Contact Chief Excitement Officer Lana Olson, (415) 954-7190.
  • Absolute Adventures: Add a little something back to your soul with Absolute Adventures, the Bay Area's source for weekly adventure! Whether you're looking to meet new people, bring new adventures to your life or just plain want to come play call Carissa Zenorini or Taissa Kuncio today at (415) 505-5964 or (415) 793-4948!
  • Hikanbyke: A non-profit group of single friends, dedicated to sharing the enjoyment of outdoor activities, such as biking, hiking, skiing, jogging and camping, in a supportive, non-threatening atmosphere in Northern California.


  • SCARAB: Southern California Adventure Racing Buddies.
  • Athletic Singles Association: Southern California's most active club for sportsminded singles. Over 15 events each week! Every sport imaginable as well as plenty of fun, social activities. LA, San Diego & Orange County locations. (858) 530-2114; (949) 251-9070; (310) 827-0382.


  • Space Coast Ski Club: Florida. Meets throughout year for activities. Call Clair Quenzler (321) 632-1715.
  • The Women's Travel Club: "Designed by women for women." 21401 NE 38th Avenue, Aventura, Florida 33180. (800) 480-4448 WomanTrip@Aol.Com.
  • OAK: (Outdoor Adventures Klub of South Florida, Inc.) A U.S. I.R.S-approved non-profit organization of people who want to enjoy the outdoors with inexpensive outings and events, for the fun of it and sometimes the challenge of it. For more info: please call Jordan London - (954) 961-8286 (home) or (954) 357-6290 (office), Ruby Allman - (954) 961-7334 or Marty Slater (954) 724-0058.
  • Atlanta Outdoor Club: The AOC holds many types of outdoor events during all months of the year, in addition to a monthly social hour that you just can't miss. Mostly made up of 20- and 30-somethings, this club offers free membership to anyone interested.
  • Adventure Travelers Society: Is the Midwest's Premier Adventure Travel and Social group! The Adventure Travelers Society (ATS) sponsors tons of events every year, giving people just like you a chance to break free from your cubicle and get out and do it! (630) 240-5618.


  • EOA (Extreme Outdoor Adventure): From climbing, trekking, summit hopping, surf kayaking, whitewater kayaking, dirt-hopping mountain biking, snowboarding, summit climbing, and any adventure beyond the extreme.
  • Maryland Outdoor Club: Offering free membership to residents of Maryland and the surrounding region, the MOC holds adventure sport, social, and travel events year round. We are a fun bunch and welcome anyone to come see what we are about.


  • Texins Outdoor Club: Part of Texas Instrument, Inc., but are open to outside enrollment. White Water Kayaking classes, backpacking seminars and much more. Contact: Michael Mastin, 13900 N. Central Expressway M/S 324, Dallas TX 75243.
  • Adventure Team: A network of self-reliant outdoors enthusiasts in Texas who research, organize and participate in dozens of outdoor excursions each year. Try new sports and get to know other area adventurers in a comfortable environment.
  • Adventure Club San Antonio: an activity driven outdoor and social club for the San Antonio metropolitan area. We are open to both couples and singles that are interested in making a fundamental change in their life for the better. This is not a dating club. All of our events are group oriented, providing a safe as well as fun way of participating in many activities and meeting lots of new people. Contact: (210)-979-2797 -
  • The Adventure Club: Located in Southeast Virginia with members from Richmond to Virginia Beach. Social gatherings, dining series, exotic trips to foreign countries, focus is on adventure sports. Generally offer introductory to intermediate level adventures. For monthly newletter, contact Kim Eddy, President, P.O. Box 2563, Williamsburg, VA 23187,
  • CSC Outing Club:
    To provide many new and different explorations to many students ;as possible. To keep membership open to anyone to join at any time. To Provide equipment to students that would ordinarily go on outings but do not have enough or proper equipment. Provide demonstrations by reputable speakers in the field. Plan trips with other Outing Clubs and provide fun for all those involved.


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