Several ONC Chapters take responsibility for Nordic-focused special areas, associated facilities, and programs. From groomed Nordic trails and shelters, to overnight cabins, to school teaching and training programs, to travel trips and tours, ONC Chapters offer a broad spectrum of opportunities to get out and enjoy the Winter landscape. We invite you to come with us and share this bounty in our Winter Wonderland.
We had another great day on the mountain at Teacup Nordic Center teaching and guiding visually impaired students in how to Nordic ski, snow sled, and throw snowballs. Two wonderful days of smiles and soft falling Snow! Perfect conditions! Timing … Continue reading
Perhaps you know about the annual XC Ski with the Blind program put on each Spring by the Teacup Chapter, US Forest Service, the Columbia Gorge Chapter, and led by Richard Fay, our 2016 John Day Award winner. If you don’t … Continue reading
Trails will be groomed Saturday, Sunday and Monday mornings. Enjoy and travel safely! And, Richard Fay is getting all nervous that the required number of volunteers aren’t signed-up yet for this year’s Washington State School for the Blind winter sports program at … Continue reading
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 Columbia Gorge Chapter of the Oregon Nordic Club (cgc–onc) began operating the Tilly Jane Guard Station (TJGS) under a United States Forest Service volunteer permit in the early 1980s. Currently the CGC-ONC operates the TJGS pursuant to a Granger-Thye … Continue reading