Hosted by JH Ski Club Nordic program and JH Nordic Alliance.

We are excited to announce the 2nd Annual JH Nordic Recreation Masters Tips, Technique, & Fun Clinics. It was such a hit last season that we are back with more clinics to look forward to this winter.

There will be 8 Nordic clinics every other Thursday from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. The first one starts December 12th. Skate ski one week, classic cross-county the next (clinics every other Thursday). Open to all (no beginners).

Teton Pines Nordic Center (and occasionally at Trail Creek to add variety and hills!)

Scott Horn, Nordic Master racer, and Nordic coaches from Jackson Hole Ski Club Nordic program.

The dates to look forward to are all Thursdays are as follows:

Dec 12
Dec 26
Jan 9
Jan 23

Feb 6
Feb 20
Mar 5
Mar 19


  • Full Season (8 clinics): $225 (includes Teton Pines day trail pass)
  • For exisiting Teton Pines season pass holders/TP members: $200
  • Drop-in: $35 (includes Teton Pines full day trail pass) or
  • $30 with Teton Pines Nordic season pass/Teton Pines members
  • Free JHNordic neck gaiter “buff” to full season participants

“Last winter, we had a regular group of Nordic skiers, working on technique, tips, fun. After the clinic , we typically skied another lap of 2 around Teton Pines to work on our new skills. On alternate Thursdays, some of us met up to ski in other locations like Taggart to Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park. Really enjoyed the sessions, meeting new Nordic skiers!” 

Nordic Masters Rec clinic participant 2018-2019

For first time skate ski or Classic Cross-country beginners, we recommend taking a lesson or two from Teton Pines Nordic Center to get a strong foundation on your skills and technique.

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