Outer Circle Ski And Adventure Club Web Site

Outer Circle Ski Club

Welcome to the Outer Circle Ski And Adventure Club Web Site


The OCSC, based in Plainsboro New Jersey, is an active outdoor club for adults over 20 years of age that focuses on weeklong and weekend downhill ski trips throughout the winter months, while also maintaining an active year-round schedule.  There is plenty to do for non-skiers as well as skiers.

We do all this in a fun relaxed atmosphere that makes it easy to meet new friends and have a real good time.

OCSC members organize many trips and events including cross-country skiing, kayaking, day and weekend biking, dinner theater, sailing, camping, rock climbing, day and weekend hikes, Broadway shows, baseball games, beach parties, and scuba trips. Other activities that the OCSC has as on-going events are: happy hours, tennis, bowling, evening biking, volleyball, football, basketball, and card night. We do all this in a fun relaxed atmosphere that makes it easy to meet new friends and have a good time.  Don’t worry if you don’t know anyone in the club yet, you will once you attend an event.

Meetings are the first Wednesday of every month (unless it falls on a holiday).  We meet in Kingston, NJ at Charlie Brown’s restaurant at 8 pm.  Newcomers are encouraged to come to the meeting in order to meet everyone and find out more about our scheduled events.  Hope to see you there!


Member of

New Jersey Ski Council   Eastern Penn Ski Council






Junior Skiers Win Marc Hodler Trophy

VALMALENCO, Italy (April 7, 2017) — The FIS Junior World Ski Championships culminated Friday with skicross, where Mazie Hayden (Pittsfield, VT) was the top finisher for the American women, finishing 11th and Erik Sparkowski (Simsbury, CT) was best for the men in 13th. American skiers also were awarded the Marc Hodler trophy, having earned the most overall freestyle skiing points.

Hayden, 16, is blazing a path to a successful skicross career. She earned her first USASA national championship title at just 11 years old, and has won every USASA national title since.

Sweden took the top two spots for the ladies with Sandra Naeslund in first and Lisa Andersson in second. Canadian Alexa Velcic rounded out the podium in third.

It was a good showing for Sparkowski, who has been racing skicross for three seasons, working his way up through the Nor-Am Cup series. He started as an alpine skier, but moved to freestyle in his early teenage years.

Florian Wilmsmann took the win for Germany, Zach Belczyk of Canada was second and Sweden’s Erik Mobaerg was third.

The skicross results cemented the United States’ grasp on the Freestyle Skiing Marc Holder trophy—the overall award for the FIS Junior World Ski Championships, including results from slopestyle, halfpipe, moguls, aerials and skicross. The U.S. dominated, winning the trophy by 42 points. Russia was second and Sweden third.


  • Mazie Hayden was the top finisher for the American women in 11th.
  • Erik Sparkowski was the top finisher for the American men in 13th.
  • The American skiers claimed the Freestyle Skiing Marc Holder trophy.  

Men’s Skicross
Women’s Skicross
Marc Hodler Trophy

Weather Cancels Mammoth Revolution Tour

MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, CA (Feb. 11, 2017) – Due to adverse weather conditions, all freeskiing events at the 2017 Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour at Mammoth Mountain have been cancelled.

Weather conditions have affected competition throughout the week at Mammoth, where one storm after another has pounded the California resort. Organizers were forced to cancel the freeski big air, halfpipe and slopestyle competitions that were scheduled to be contested.

The Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour will continue at Seven Springs, PA March 6-8 with freeski halfpipe and slopestyle competitions.