Notice: The Sub Sig Outing Club Cabin was temporarily closed in an effort to reduce the spread of and exposure to COVID-19, per CDC recommendations. The Board of Directors voted on 7/16/2020 to reopen the cabin for trips with restrictions.
At Sub Sig, the safety of our members is of utmost importance. Please protect the towns of New Hampshire that we all love by staying local to where you reside. Practice social distancing, self-quarantine if you feel ill, and regularly wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. We eagerly look forward to lifting restrictions so we can go back to being the fun, informal, and open club we have all enjoyed.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Sub Sig soon.
– Board of Directors
Sub Sig Outing Club was started by employees of the SUBmarine SIGnal Corp, later a part of Raytheon, in the middle 1940s. Many of the early trips were run out of a bus converted to an early prototype of an RV. A stove provided heat, 16 bunk beds and a kitchen area with propane burners were squeezed in, ski racks added, and a sanding system for traction on icy roads was installed. There are many tales in the ski country of New England about this legendary club vehicle, part transportation, part monument, part event, and some of them must be true! The bus is immortalized in the Sub Sig logo.
Sub Sig is a club of activists. The trips only happen because someone is willing to lead them. If you have ideas for a trip, or would like to co-lead with an experienced leader, let us know. We don’t require any rigorous training for our leaders, only the willingness to organize car-pooling and food, then coordinate activities at the cabin.