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In the winter, it's ski time - downhill, cross-country and snowboarding. Mt. Hood is a massive playground for snow sports, whether you're strapping on skis, snowshoes, or a snowboard.

Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort

Largest night ski area in the United States, also with day skiing, cross-country and snowboarding, multiple chairlifts. Located off Oregon Highway 35 east of the Highway 26 junction. All day adult passes are $74 or $59 for half day. Children and seniors are $44 for all day. Group discounts available to groups of 15 or more people. Plenty of summer hiking, too. Portland snow-phone: (503) 227-SNOW. Hood River snow-phone: (541) 386-SKIS. Vancouver snow-phone: (360) 571-3919. Visit http://www.skihood.com/ for shuttle options.

Cooper Spur Ski Area

Family-oriented resort on the north side of Mt. Hood overlooking the Hood River Valley. Resort opened winter of 2000-01 with downhill, cross-country, snowboarding and snowshoeing. Rope-tow, T-bar, and chairlift. Adult passes are $25, children and seniors are $20. Great place for families and beginners! (541) 352-7803.

Summit Ski Area

Oldest ski area in the Pacific Northwest, and the first on Mt. Hood, established in 1927. Skiing, family tubing, cross-country and more. Located at the east end of Government Camp on Oregon Highway 26. $35 for adult passes, $25 for children, and $30 for equipment rentals. Groups 15 and over are required to make reservations by calling (503) 272-0256.

Mt. Hood Ski Bowl

Chairlifts and surface tows, dual alpine slide, miniature golf, mountain bike park and more. Located at 87000 East Highway 26 at Government Camp. $49 for adult passes and $29 for children. (503) 272-3206, (503) 222-BOWL. Shuttle service can be arranged by calling 503-286-9333.

Cross-Country

All the major resorts around Mt. Hood offer cross-country opportunities, and these also extend to other areas of the mountain.

Snowshoe

Snowshoe trips provide the opportunity for great exercise, learning, and having an excellent outdoor experience.  With Snowshoe Adventures by Mount St. Helens Institute, you will explore Mount St. Helens' amazing outdoors with us and learn what makes this volcano so special! 

2014 Guided Snowshoe Tour Events
January 18th:  June Lake
January 25th:  Old Man Pass
February 1st:  Elk Rock
February 15th:  Ape Cave
February 22nd:  June Lake

Mount St. Helens Institute offers snowshoe rentals and all of their snowshoe adventures have trained guides. You will need to provide your own lunch and transportation to the trailhead.  For more information about these snowshoe adventures, visit the Mount St. Helens Institute website or call 360.449.7883.

  • Snowshoe Adventures

    Snowshoe Adventures by Mount St. Helens Institute

    Explore Mount St. Helens' amazing outdoors with us and learn what makes this volcano so special! 

    2014 Guided Snowshoe Tour Events
    January 18th:  June Lake
    January 25th:  Old Man Pass
    February 1st:  Elk Rock
    February 15th:  Ape Cave
    February 22nd:  June Lake

    Mount St. Helens Institute offers snowshoe rentals and all of their snowshoe adventures have trained guides. You will need to provide your own lunch and transportation to the trailhead.

    For more information about these snowshoe adventures, visit the Mount St. Helens Institute website or call 360.449.7883.

  • Skamania Zipline Tour

    Get ready to fly with Skamania Lodge Zip Line Tour, the newest adventure just outside Portland in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. Our excursion will send you soaring through an old growth forest with views of the magnificent Columbia River. The tour consists of seven different lines, three sky bridges and 2.5 hours of stunning views surrounding the world class Skamania Lodge Resort.  And because its hands free and professionally guided, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to escape your comfort zone and fly with us!


    Tour Includes:

    • 7 zip lines, 3 sky bridges with some light trail walking
    • Zip lines range from 100 – 900 ft in length
    • Tour takes approximately 2-2.5 hours depending on the size of group
    • Tour sizes range from 2-10 people (for larger tours please call 509.427.0202)
    • Hands free and personalized with two guides
    • Hiking shoes, tennis shoes required, NO OPEN TOED SHOES
    • All other necessary gear is provided
    • Weight limit 60-275lbs

    For more information please visit www.zipnskamania.com or call 509.427.0202

  • Mt. Hood Ski Bowl

    $49 for adult passes and $29 for children. Shuttle service can be arranged by calling 503-286-9333.

  • Summit Ski Area

    $35 for adult passes, $25 for children, and $30 for equipment rentals. Groups 15 and over are required to make reservations by calling (503) 272-0256.

  • Cooper Spur Ski Area

    Adult passes are $25, children and seniors are $20. For shuttle options, please call 541.352.7803.

  • Mt. Hood Meadows

    All day adult passes are $74 or $59 for half day. Children and seniors are $44 for all day. Group discounts available to groups of 15 or more people.

    Portland snow-phone: (503) 227-SNOW.
    Hood River snow-phone: (541) 386-SKIS.
    Vancouver snow-phone: (360) 571-3919.
    Visit www.skihood.com for shuttle options.

This lodge is one of the friendliest places I know. Everyone seems to genuinely enjoy working there and doing whatever they can to assist the guests.

Jeanne, Salem Oregon



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