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Ogden Nordic operations depend on enthusiastic, committed volunteers!   A commitment of 12 hours of volunteering gets you a season pass.  Occasional shifts at the yurt or at Winter Trails Day gets you a free day trail pass.  Volunteering at Ogden Nordic is a great way to meet people who love the outdoors and the winter, and it makes you feel good to help make this fantastic organization work!


Groomers are trained to drive the grooming equipment and they go out on the trails in the evenings.  They commit to a shift every other week that usually takes 2 hours.  When you contact Dave Jenkins, our grooming chief will contact you about our involvement. 

Nordic Center Volunteers

We need greeters and helpers in the yurt.  Nordic Center volunteers commit to work 3 hour shifts on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, and holidays that the Yurt is open. Volunteers greet and welcome visitors to the trails, sell trail passes, and help with rental equipment. Anyone who can commit to a regular 3 hour shift every week or every other week certainly helps make our operations run smoothly! Occasional shift volunteers are also welcome.

Saturdays:  December 22; January 19; February 16; March 16  6:00 pm
Full-moon nights are special at Ogden Nordic. We need assistance in setting up tiki-torches, starting a campfire, serving hot chocolate, and snacks and just making it so people enjoy a nice evening in the snow.  V

Contact us at for more information or to volunteer.  We will sign you up immediately!