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Washington Ski Touring Club

Welcome 2016-2017 Board Members! 

  • President - Ginnie Miller
  • Vice President - Jim Wright
  • Treasurer - Tom Jacobi
  • Secretary - Barbara Mandula
  • Trips Coordinators - Russ Hamerly, Jo-Ann Payne
  • Programs Coordinator - Maria Lamarca
  • Member Data - Dede Chinlund
  • New Member Liaison - Jacquelyn Vail
  • Web Administrators - Laura Barrera, Jim Gold, James Hamaker
The Nordic Patrol program will be run differently in the coming season. It is a change being made by the National Park Service.  Our liaison with NPS will be Denis Dubois.

'WSTC in the 90s'

A Big Thanks to Ginnie Miller (photos) and Jean Davis (slideshow)!


Outgoing Board Members

Members of the Board for the 2015-2016 season:

  • President - Denis DuBois
  • Vice President - Ginnie Miller
  • Treasurer - Tom Jacobi
  • Secretary - Barbara Mandula
  • Trips Coordinators - Russ Hamerly, Jo-Ann Payne
  • Nordic Patrol Coordinator - Jon Epstein 
  • Nordic Patrol Assistant Coordinator - VACANT
  • Programs Coordinator - Maria Lamarca
  • Member Data - Dede Chinlund
  • New Member Liaisons - Phil Molin, Jacquelyn Vail
  • Web Administrator - Sharon Chen


The Washington Ski Touring Club is a Seattle-based, recreation-oriented club of about 360 members who organize nordic classic, skate, telemark,and backcountry touring ski trips.  We also have a monthly meeting with interesting programs on equipment, tours, weather, ski destinations, etc. (October to May).

We love to ski and encourage you to join us!  Our monthly meetings and potluck events are open to all. However, much of our website such as Multi-Day Trips, Discussion Forums, Nordic Patrol, and Weekend Weather forecasts are available only to Members. 

Got Photos?

Do you have some trip or event photos you'd like to share? To add them to our Photo Pages, click on the arrow next to YOUR Name that is in the upper right corner of the home page. Click on Profile. When your Profile shows, one of the items is Website/Photo Albums. Take it from there - it's easy.




 The view from Echo Ridge ski trail.