Adult Programs & Club


Crafted to work for beginning and casual skiers to experienced racers aiming for a faster Birkie, join us to learn from each other and our expert coaches!   Following the traditional, community-led model of a "ski club" we curate year-round opportunities to help stay in shape, improve our skiing technique and hang out with great people!  

This winter we are offering multiple options for a wider range of abilities and interests:

Schedule  Skill level Coach instruction

Classic or Skate?

Adult Program 9:30 AM Sunday mornings (with invitation to join Club ski once comfortable) Beginner to Intermediate 6 x 90 minute sessions  Sign up is available for one or both: 3 sessions each discipline
Mt Hood Nordic Club 9:00 AM Sunday mornings, 4:30 PM Wednesday evenings Intermediate to Expert 15 minute "quick hit" every Sunday + one-on-one options

Your choice, there will be  discipline and workout suggestions

The Mt Hood Nordic Club meets Sundays and Wednesdays.  This is best suited for experienced skiers who want to ski with others and take part in weekly quick technique refreshers as well as various ski or wax clinics and gatherings throughout the season.  

We have expanded our Adult Program instructional sessions to offer better options for beginner and intermediate skiers, and for those who want to have only classic or only skate instruction.  

Adult programing is available for people 16 years and up.  Depending on experience levels, sometimes as adult program might be a better fit for a teenager who is new to skiing.  Please contact us with any questions! Email so our coaches can get in touch!

Our schedule is here and is updated frequently.  Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date with what is happening.  We have many roller ski and dryland workouts coming up in September, October, and November before the snow starts to pile up!  Be ready for the season- join us!

Rental equipment is not available at Teacup Nordic Ski Area.  We recommend renting or purchasing Nordic skiing equipment at one of our local ski shops listed on the Nordic Skiing Resources page.