Portland Oregon Singles Sports Leagues, Ski Clubs, Golf, Sailing, Outdoors Groups

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Portland Ski Clubs

Bergfreunde Ski Club:   A non-profit, all-volunteer, sports, activities and social club with 2500+ members, 400+ activities per year. They are the 3rd largest ski club in the nation!  Awarded "Best Ski Club in the West" by the Far West Ski Association.  Check the website for Friday socials, sports leagues, membership meetings and ski trips. (503) 245-8543 Office  Bergfreunde 

PACRAT (Pacific Northwest Area Clubs Recreational Alpine Teams) is going into its 15th year of racing. PACRAT racers include everybody from the beginning skier and/or racer to those who have skied and perhaps raced for many years.   PACRAT World Headquarters at (503) 796-1112.  PACRAT

Bend Ski Club was formed by a group of City League and Masters racers who wanted to ensure the continuation of masters training and city league ski racing at Mt. Bachelor. Bend Ski Club

Mt. Hood SkiKats: is an outdoor sports club for active skiers. Alpine skiing midweek, weekends, and destination trips-both local and out of state. Two cross-country destination trips annually. Monthly social (dancing & feasting).  Mt.Hood SkiKats  503-781-5066 (Hank) 

Northwest Ski and Recreation Club a younger club withover 280 members due to its "major in outdoor activities with a minor in parties."  Dues are only $15 per year, and there are no regular meetings, just fun events and twice a month "club nights" at local restaurants and watering holes. (360) 224-4045 (
Ann-Fran Handerson)  (360) 671-7942 (Rich Sandeen)

Oregon Nordic Club:   12 chapters around Oregon that sponsor nordic skiing events and outdoor activities. Oregon Nordic Club  Portland ONC activities include day and overnight trips, most of which are held on weekends.  Their outdoor trips are varied and include Nordic skiing, hiking, biking, backpacking, canoeing, and kayaking.   The Portland chapter of the Oregon Nordic Club sponsors a variety of ski-related special events including a fall jamboree, gear swap, ski instruction, and monthly meetings with a wide variety of speakers and presentations.  Call the Hotline at (503) 222-9757 for Weekly Trip Schedule

Portland Running Clubs

Oregon Road Runners Club in Seaside, Oregon promotes running and walking for the benefit of all and continues to be a leading Northwest resource for runners and walkers.  With approximately 1,500 members, they are the largest running club in the West and among the top ten largest running clubs that are members of the national Road Runners Club of America.  Oregon Road Runners Club  503-646-7867 

Portland Bicycling

Mid-Valley Bicycle Club i s a recreational bike club open to cyclists of all ages and abilities. Are you a beginner or just getting back into cycling? Check out our shorter-distance, recreational rides in the calendar. Mid-Valley Bicycle Club  

Portland Wheelmen Touring Club promotes cycling and to provide a social organization for cyclists, boasting over 700 members. The primary focus of the club is recreational riding with up to two dozen rides being offered on a weekly basis, including rides every day of the year and many evenings. Rides are listed in the monthly Riders Digest available at most Portland area Bicycle shops. Portland Wheelmen Touring Club

The Salem Bicycle Club: The Salem Bicycle Club promotes recreational bicycle tours in the local area.  The club has grown to more than 400 members. Annual membership dues are $15 for individuals and $20 for families. The club is affiliated with the League of American Bicyclists.  The Salem Bicycle Club

Portland Singles Outdoors

Mazamas is a mountaineering and hiking club located in Portland OR.  We offer about 500 hikes and 250 climbs annually.  Activities are offered for every skill and fitness level, and most are open to members and non-members. (503) 227-2345    Mazambas  

Chemeketans has about 700 members based in Salem, Oregon that are interested in outdoor activities. Their primary activity is day hiking but includes many other outdoor activities and special events as well. They schedule cross-country ski trips, snowshoe outings, bicycle trips, canoe trips, backpacks, mountain climbs, picture nights, and other events such as museum trips and car camps. They also help build and maintain trails too. Chemeketans owns a mountain cabin and schedules overnight trips there.  Chemeketans

Obsidians 450 plus members in Eugene who actively involved in a wide variety of outdoor activities including hiking, backpacking, camping trips, mountain climbing and more. Obsidians 

Trails Club of Oregon Portland, Oregon group dedicated to enjoying and preserving the outdoors. The Trails Club features two lodges for use by members and guests in the Columbia Gorge and Mt. Hood areas. Activities include hiking, skiing, cross-country skiing, group camping, bicycling, canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, snowshoeing, mountain biking, and more. (503) 233-2740

Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club:  is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions--legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral. The Oregon Chapter is devoted to environmental issues arising in the state of Oregon.  Oregon Chapter- Sierra Club, 2950 SE Stark, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97214, Ph: (503) 238-0442

Columbia River Orienteering Club:  Learn to use a map and compass for hiking, biking, cross country skiing and other outdoor activities.   Columbia River Orienteering Club

Portland Singles Sailing

Willamette Sailing Club: In addition to offering weeknight races, social events, and conveniently located facilities, Willamette Sailing Club also offers both junior and adult sailing classes through the Willamette Sailing School Inc. WSC has about 250 membersClub House Phone: (503) 246-9031 Info Line: (503)246-5345 Williamette Sailing Club

Portland Singles Golf

Portland Singles Golf: group of active, sports-minded singles who enjoy golf! Our Portland group is almost evenly divided between men and women, and has average age of 30-50. One quarter of us live in the Vancouver area, and three quarters in Oregon. Their golfing abilities range from beginners to handicap of 2, but anyone willing to play courteous, social golf will feel comfortable at our events. Most of us have joined to meet new people for golf, and to have fun!  Check the website for more information.   Portland Singles Golf

Portland Singles Scuba

Scuba Oregon: Information on diving in Oregon and Dive shops put together by a local dive instructor.  Scuba Oregon

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