Oregon Nordic Club

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Oregon Nordic Club encourages and promotes Nordic and other outdoor activities throughout Oregon and adjoining border areas. ONC has thousands of members and 10 local chapters located throughout the state. ONC has a strong public, social, economic, and political voice and impact on Nordic issues, resources, and facilities.

Local chapter members organize a wide variety of events and activities. We have year-round day tours and overnight trips that cater to a full range of abilities, from beginner to professional, and interests. We also offer Nordic lessons, informative meetings and seminars, public service events, and we help determine state and local policies that impact Nordic activities. Several local chapters maintain marked and groomed Nordic trails, publicly accessible cabins, and other facilities.

Join a local chapter to share in the fun and the personal, social, economic, and health benefits of a Pacific Northwest group Nordic experience.


ONC News

Teacup Grooming Update

Teacup trails will be groomed Sunday morning. I am tired and have no creativeness to share within this announcement. Come ski tomorrow:-) Car break-ins have been reported this season at snowparks. Try not to leave valuables visible or in your … Continue reading

Tilly Jane Photos

Some rather old photos of the Tilly Jane Guard Station and the slopes above TJ. Kevin McGillivray photographed all but one of the six photos (the classic July 1943 photo – supplied by the FS). Briefly: Two 2011 photos t of … Continue reading

Tilly Jane Lodging

The Tilly Jane Guard Station is ONLY available weekends during the winter months. This is primarily due to firewood usage and storage capacity limits, thus it books up quickly. Check the Reserve America website occasionally as cancellations do occur. You … Continue reading

Tilly Jane A-Frame

The Portland Chapter of Oregon Nordic Club (ONC-PDX) took over responsibility for the upkeep of the Tilly Jane A-Frame shelter about 2009 and operates under an agreement with the US Forest Service. Reservations for use of the A-Frame must be … Continue reading

The John Craig Story

Two miles west of the McKenzie Pass summit and the Dee Wright Observatory is the John Craig Memorial.  John Craig was a legendary postmaster who, after attempting to ski Christmas mail over McKenzie Pass in the winter of 1877, was … Continue reading

Introducing new.ONC.org

Oregon Nordic Club introduces our new.ONC.org website developed for ONC and its associated Chapters. We use WordPress, a popular content management system (CMS) that gives authorized contributors direct editor access to the site through any web-connected browser. The roles and permissions … Continue reading