Lapham Peak Ski Club


It takes a community to be able to offer top-notch ski programs to children from grades 5K-12. Peak Nordic is very fortunate to have such a community of supporters. Want to learn more about how to give back to those that support us? Contact any of the groups listed to learn more about the groups themselves and how they support Peak Nordic.

Thank you for all you do to help keep the kids skiing!


Lapham Peak Ski Club 

“The Lapham Peak Ski Club has chosen to sponsor the Peak Nordic program. Many of us have had or currently have children in this great program and realize what this club means to so many. It is our hope as a club to give back to a program who has given our community so much. Our club feels that the youth in the Peak Nordic program are the future of our sport. These youth are energetic, passionate, and good role models. Lapham Peak Ski Club is proud of their accomplishments and proud to offer our support.” Linda Stuber


Friends of Lapham Peak

The “Friends of Lapham Peak Unit” (FLP) is an IRS recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the Southern Kettle Moraine State Forest – Lapham Peak Unit. Our Employer Identification Number (EIN) is: 39-1650068.  Some of our activities that support the park include sponsoring or promoting special projects, organizing volunteer work days and offering additional services to park visitors while also helping the DNR and park personnel.


Lapham Peak Snowmaking

What We Do

  • Make snow at cross country ski trails at Lapham Peak State Park
  • Preserve the trails
  • Sustain the tradition of cross country skiing
  • Raise funds for our snowmaking



Lapham Peak Fright Hike

The Fright Hike is back in 2022!!

You can buy $15 tickets before October 13th, after that the cost will be $20


Nordic Ski Club of Milwaukee

The Nordic Ski Club of Milwaukee is a year-round recreation and social club

Members arrange cross-country ski and snowshoe trips to northern Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and throughout the southeastern Wisconsin area. When the snow disappears, members enjoy biking, camping, hiking, canoeing/kayaking. Social events include winter and supper picnics, monthly meetings, dining, board games and more. Cross-country ski lessons – both classic and skate-are offered during most outings. .




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