Oregon Spring Camp Registration

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Some Items To Note Before You Register For The 2024 Oregon Spring Camp

1.) Public registration for the Spring Camp is open as of Tuesday, January 30. Please note that XC Oregon is limiting  


2.) Trail fees are NOT included in the price of Camp packages below. Mt Bachelor season pass holders do not need to worry about getting a daily pass for the Spring Camp days. If you do not have a season pass, often Mt Bachelor offers discounts on late season passes so it is wise to hold off on buying your daily ski tickets until we are a couple weeks away from the Camp. 


REGISTRATION STEP ONE (in two parts!) -- Pay on-line with a credit card via PayPal AND ALSO SEND AN EMAIL TO CONFIRM YOUR CAMP INFO.

With on-line payment button below, the Camp will automatically get a confirmation of your payment, the number of days of your registration, and your mailing/email address contact info -- but please note that we also need you to send a SEPARATE EMAIL to jd at xcoregon dot org telling us exactly which exact days you wish to attend plus your technique preference for each of those days. Example of what we need in a separate email: Bob Jones...Dec 5, 6, 7..."all skate" or "classic Tuesday + skate Wednesday/Friday". If you can figure it out, you can also add that info to your PayPal order underneath the email space where it says "Add special instructions to the seller" -- but a separate email to jd at xcoregon dot org works best for most folks.

Note Just For Current AXCS Members: If you are a current (as of both when you register and the current year's Camp dates) member of the American XC Skiers masters association, please go to this page to get special registration instructions for AXCS members in order to save $10 (exclusive discount!) on any Camp package.

Camp Registration Fees (trail fees extra)
What Camp mornings do you want?
What technique do you want to do each morning?


REGISTRATION STEP TWO -- Complete and sign the Spring Camp Waiver. This document must be signed, scanned or photographed, and emailed to jd at xcoregon dot org prior to your first Camp morning as a firm requirement for participation.

Spring Camp Waiver


Spring Camp Refund & Cancellation Policies:

--> 100% payment is due at time of registration. No Camp spots will be held without full payment in advance.

--> Up until Monday, March 13 at 5pm PST, full refund less $1-3 non-refundable PayPal processing fees will be granted for any Camp registration and for any reason. Just send an email to to jd at xcoregon dot org by the deadline and we'll get it done. After the March 13 deadline, all registrations are non-refundable for any reason except cancellation or postponement of Spring Camp days. Please also note that we cannot issue a credit for future Camps. We are, however, happy to provide a tax receipt (XC Oregon is a 501c3 non-profit charity) for Camp fees paid where you could not attend the Camp.

--> If any Spring Camp days are cancelled or postponed for any reason beyond the control of XC Oregon (health/pandemic-related, mountain closure, extreme weather situations, lack of snow, etc.) refunds will be issued less a required $1-3 non-refundable PayPal processing fee to all impacted Campers. Campers will be required by the Camp to provide your choice of either eligible refund or credit to any postponed dates. Note that a "cancelled" or "postponed" Camp day refers only to a day where planned Camp on-snow sessions do not take place and the Camp notifies all Campers registered for that day that on-snow sessions are officially cancelled or postponed. Campers self-electing not to attend on a scheduled date that the Camp goes forward are not eligible for refund or credit without prior agreement by the Camp.

--> No refunds will be provided for skiers that register for the Camp and lack the technical or physical abilities of at least our lowest level group on any given day. By registering for the Spring Camp, all Campers acknowledge that you knew ahead of time that you must be at minimum of an intermediate technical ability and maintaining sufficient fitness to ski at a similar speed as other intermediate adult skiers in variable terrain at over 6000 feet elevation.