Teacup Nordic is dedicated to cross-country skiing that's fun! Whether you're touring or skiing on racing gear, you'll enjoy 20 kilometers of groomed trails and the camaraderie of people who love cross country skiing. Teacup trails are next to Highway 35 in the Mt. Hood National Forest. The ski area is operated by the Teacup Lake Nordic Club, under a special use permit issued by the Mt. Hood National Forest, USDA Forest Service.
Our Nordic Center offers up to 15 kilometers of groomed and set track through beautiful wooded trails and meadows. We have both skating and traditional striding lanes however, there is no snowshoeing at the Nordic Center. The Nordic Center is located at the Hood River Meadows parking lot, 1 mile north of the main entrance to Meadows on Highway 35.
The Meissner Nordic Community Ski Trails are located entirely within the Deschutes National Forest and operate under a Grooming Agreement issued by the United States Forest Service (USFS). Partnering together for over 20 years, Meissner Nordic Ski Club and the USFS provide winter recreation December 1st through March 31st to cross-country skiers and snowshoers. The groomed ski trails and snowshoe trails start at Virginia Meissner Sno-Park, located west of Bend on Cascade Lakes Highway near mile marker 14. The high point in the trail system is at 5,860 feet and the low point is at 5,020 feet.
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