Best Cross-Country Skiing in Oregon

This list represents the most popular cross-country skiing in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon cross-country skiing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Trillium Lakeshore Trail is a hiking trail in Clackamas County, Oregon. It is within Mount ...
A mix of beginner and intermediate trails contribute to Pocket Creek’s popularity. Magnificent ...
Explore the 98-mile OC&E–Woods Line State Trail for its solitude and panoramic views. ...
A series of soaking pools atop a 100-foot terrace that overlooks the North Umpqua River. ...
The trails at Teacup Lake are an excellent example of what volunteers can do. The Teacup ...
Cross-country trails near the Cooper Spur Ski Area on the northeast side of Mount Hood ...
Given its overall majestic appearance, combined with good year-round access from Portland, ...
The Spout Springs Ski Area in the Blue Mountains northeast of Pendleton has a rich history ...
The groomed, high-elevation, cross-country trail system at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort ...
Odell Lake Lodge is Oregon’s only winter resort catering almost exclusively to cross-country ...
Dutchman Flat, in the high Cascades southwest of Bend, offers eye-popping views of Mount ...
Fifty miles southeast of Portland, Government Camp packs restaurants, lodging, shops, ...
Twelve miles of ungroomed ski trails create a variety of loops east of Ray Benson Sno-Park, ...
Groomed Nordic trails at Hoodoo Ski Area are a good option for Willamette Valley skiers ...
The open forests east of Mount Hood lie in the mountain’s rain shadow and often experience ...
Mount Ashland, Oregon’s highest peak west of the Cascades, sits in the eastern Siskiyou ...
Crater lake is one of the crown jewels of the Oregon Cascades. The lake is 1,932 feet ...
This wilderness was established by the 1984 Oregon Wilderness Act to protect the highquality ...
Carved with deep canyons and home to odd, pinnacle-like rock formations, the Mill Creek ...
Few views of Mount Hood surpass those from the broad, snow-covered White River Canyon. ...
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