Mt. Hood Snow Sports
Snow sports at Mt. Hood abound with nearly 200 combined runs and five ski areas that make it a perfect vacation destination for lovers of all snow sports including downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, snowshoeing and even snow biking.
Resort guests may purchase discount lift tickets at The Resort’s Front Desk for Skibowl & Timberline. Number of tickets is limited to the number of guests registered in a room and only for the dates they are guests at The Resort.
Enjoy Oregon skiing and snowboarding at:
Take advantage of the Mt. Hood Express shuttle to Ski destinations. Sign up at The Resort’s Front Desk. For guests purchasing one of the Resort’s Ski packages, shuttle passes are included. Otherwise they are $2 each person each way. The shuttle picks up one mile from The Resort; we will give you a ride to the stop!
Or purchase Snow Park daily required $5 parking permits (good for cars at all ski areas), including those listed on this page.
Clackamas County now offers public transportation up the mountain. Expanded service includes bussing to and from Government Camp, Timberline Lodge and other locations on Mt. Hood with pick-up and drop-off locations include Clackamas County, the Mt. Hood National Forest and the City of Sandy. Read all about it (including schedules, pickup/dropoff locations, rates, etc.)
- SKIBOWL – GOVERNMENT CAMP
2013/2014 Resort discount lift ticket pricing: adult all day ticket - $41. Tickets not valid on New Year’s Eve; they may be purchased directly through Skibowl.
- MT. HOOD SKIBOWL RESORT
Runs for beginners and the largest night skiing area in America entice families to spend the day and night! Lessons available. Snow Tubing options include slides for the family or toddlers. And for those more adventurous, the Upper Tube Hill, with steeper and longer runs, is for you! Passes are available by the hour or by the day! Call (503) 222-BOWL(2695) for pricing and additional information.
2015 Resort discount lift ticket pricing: adult ticket – $51; youth/senior $43. This national historical landmark features ski runs and lessons perfect for children and adults. Be sure to visit with Bruno, the venerable St. Bernard who calls Timberline “home”. Summer skiing is also available on Timberline’s Palmer Glacier. For a Nordic experience you’ll long remember, grab your snowshoes or cross country skis and hop on the Snowshoe Trail. Starting from Timberline Lodge, the trail heads downhill through the woods to the bottom of the Jeff Flood Express lift. There you may return uphill to the lodge or continue even further downhill to the town of Government Camp. Call (503) 222-2211 for more information.
- MT. HOOD MEADOWS
The Mountain’s largest ski area features ski runs that match every skill level – from the beginner to the hotdog. Meadows also offers a wide variety of lesson packages to fulfill every family member’s needs. Call (503) 337-2222 for additional information.
- SUMMIT SKI AREA
Summit Ski Area, established in 1927, is the second oldest continuous operating ski area in the United States. Summit’s base elevation is 4,000 feet and has 306 feet of vertical lift for skiing (one chair lift.) There is also a tubing hill. All-day slider rentals are $15/day. Kids 5 and under $5 with purchase of adult ticket. Call (503) 272-0256 for further details.
After an invigorating, energizing day on the slopes . . . calm all the way down! Make time to ooohhhh and aaahhh. At The Spa, of course! Check out a few treatment suggestions to refresh and renew your body and mind. Like you, they are simply spa-velous!