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Anthony Lakes
47500 Anthony Lakes Hwy
North Powder OR 97867
main phone: 541-856-3277; ski center: 541.856.3277x31; snow conditions: 541.856.3277 x 1
Anthony Lakes' Nordic trails are located in the beautiful Anthony Lake basin in the Elkhorn range of the Blue Mountains. See what Eastern Oregon really has to offer. Our base elevation is 7100 feet, providing breathtaking (literally) views and challenging terrain! December 18th Triathlon Sprint (ski, bike, run) January 7th Celebrate Nordic January 8th Elkhorn Classic. This is a 10 & 20 classic race. March 17th Winter Triathlon. This individual event will include a 3km run, a 3km x-country ski (freestyle), and a 3km bike...all on snow! trails & ski services 30km groomed; ski rentals; ski lessons; ski patrol; retail shop; part of an alpine ski area; snowshoe rentals; terrain park                



Mt. Bachelor XC Center
13000 Century Drive Southeast
Bend OR 97702
main phone: 800-829-2442 x2210
The premier X-C resort in Central Oregon. 56k of trails groomed for classic & skate skiing. Re-grooming perfomed Wednesday-Sunday during snowy period. Great buriitos too!! trails & ski services 56km groomed; ski rentals; ski lessons PSIA; ski patrol; changing room; wax room; pulk sled rental; retail shop; part of an alpine ski area; 10km snowshoe trails; snowshoe trails are shared with skiers; snowshoe rentals                



Teacup Nordic
c/o Stephen Schneider 6500 Allen Rd
Parkdale OR 97041
main phone: 541-806-2612; ski center: none; snow conditions: none; lodging: none
Teacup Lake Nordic grooms 21 km of trails under agreement with the USFS. With the longest Nordic ski season in North America - visitors can usually count on skiing from Mid November until April 30 each year. Spectacular views of Mt. Hood greet classic and skate skiers from most trails. A comfortable warmed day lodge offers shelter, a place to stow supplies and eat packed in lunch. Parking at Teacup requires an Oregon or Washington Snow Park permit. Non members are asked for a minimum donation of $10 per day. Membership forms are listed on the website at trails & ski services 22km groomed; ski lessons        Free trail pass and intro lesson contact:        



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