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Competitive Ski Racing & Snowboard Clubs & Leagues

Mt. Hood Meadows hosts some of the fastest ski racers and talented snowboard competitors in the country. We've hosted national caliber events from US Ski Team qualifiers to US Snowboard BX National Championships. We have proudly hosted the Oregon State High School Ski and Snowboard Championships. These clubs and leagues train and compete at Mt. Hood Meadows.

2020-2021 USASA Hood Series dates at Mt. Hood Meadows:

Jan. 1: Boarder X/Skier X 1 & 2
Jan. 8: Rail Jam 1 & 2*
Jan. 15: Rail Jam 3 & 4*
Feb. 12: Boarder X/Skier X 3 & 4
Feb. 24: Halfpipe 1 & 2*
March 5: Halfpipe 3 & 4*
*afternoon and night events
Complete USASA calendar available here

Registration information for USASA Hood Series:

Registration for each competition opens two weeks before the comp day. Registration closes at 12 midnight, 72 hours before the event. There is no walk-up registration this year and you must be a member of USASA to register for events. Update your membership here. All USASA competitions are capped at 70 athletes. Registration will close once an event hits 70 competitors, even if this is before the 72-hour cutoff. Please don’t delay signing up for comps. Other series and leagues are facing fewer or no competitions this season, so these spots may go fast.

Mt. Hood Meadows requires that all competitors must fill out a competition waiver for the season. A parent or guardian must sign this if you are under 18. You will not be permitted to compete in USASA events at Meadows without an e-waiver on file. Race and competition waiver is available at the first link under "Race & Competition Links" below.

Race & Competition Links:

Northwest Ski Club Council  35 member clubs from Oregon, Washington and Idaho with a membership of nearly 10,000. 
USA Snowboard and Freeski Association USASA Facilitates fun and fair events for all ages across the country, to attract snowboarders and freeskiers, promote their development, provide member education, and influence the future of our sports. 
Oregon High School Ski Racing The Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association (OISRA) is the governing body for ALPINE and NORDIC high school ski racing in Oregon.
Oregon High School Snowboarding The O.I.S.A. is committed to the development of High School Snowboarders in the State of Oregon, through coaching excellence, individual excellence through team development, and competitive events.
PACRAT The racing arm of the Northwest Ski Club Council - adult recreational racing for any NWSCC member.
Meadows Race Team An alpine ski racing team offering programs for the greater Mt. Hood area youth, ages 6-20.
Cooper Spur Alpine Team A Columbia Gorge based alpine team with ski racing, FreeRide/Freestyle and mountain biking programming for youth, ages 5-18. CSAT's race programs utilize both Cooper Spur Ski Area and Mt. Hood Meadows training venues. All Freestyle team training is at Mt. Hood Meadows, and mountain bike programs are in Hood River's Post Canyon.
The MAC Club The Multnomah Athletic Club Alpine Ski Team is a Bronze Level, Podium Club Certified Member of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA). MAC Alpine offers programming from early development to elite level ski racing, Masters ski racing and free-ride ski and snowboard training to members of the Multnomah Athletic Club, located in Portland, Oregon.  Interested MAC members please contact Program Director/Head Coach Justin Rackley at