Mt Hood

As Oregon’s grandest peak, Mt. Hood is home to three incredible and diverse ski resorts. Timberline Lodge and Ski Area is the only ski-in, ski-out lodge in the state, Mt. Hood Skibowl has the largest night skiing terrain in the United States and Mt. Hood Meadows offers more than 2,150 acres of skiing. Conveniently located 90 minutes from Portland International Airport, on Mt. Hood you can ski with locals, enjoy a beer at a craft brewery, spend the night in a mountain resort, follow snowshoe trails through old growth forests and experience what makes Oregon a truly special place. Mt. Hood Meadows Mt. Hood Meadows covers 2,150 skiable acres and offers some of the most spectacular skiing and snowboarding in the Pacific Northwest. The wide-open terrain of the Cascade Express Lift offers incredible panoramic views half-way across Oregon. Meadows is a big mountain experience, with plenty of acreage to keep you busy for days, and enough character that you will remember your time on these trails. Mt. Hood Skibowl When the snow begins falling on Mt. Hood, skiers and snowboarders eagerly await news of opening day at Skibowl. In addition to having the most black diamond runs in the state of Oregon, Skibowl features 34 fully lit runs making it the largest night ski area in the United States. As the closest ski resort to Portland, Skibowl is also home to the Snow Tube and Adventure Park, making it a favorite among families and groups. Timberline Lodge & Ski Area Timberline Lodge & Ski Area boasts the Pacific Northwest’s largest vertical terrain with 3,690 vertical feet (1,125 meters) and some of the state’s most scenic skiing. The lodge is a National Historic Landmark and is the only ski-in/ski-out lodge in Oregon. Timberline maintains multiple terrain parks throughout the year with enough jibs, jumps and pipes to keep even the hardest of the hardcore happy. Timberline also has North America’s longest ski season with four-season skiing at Timberline Lodge on the Palmer Snowfield.