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Hoodoo

  The best place to go snowboarding ever in Oregon This is like 50th time there!!!!!! Says Steven.

On this hill you'll locate 30 different trails; it's a delightful mixture. This ski area gets higher than average snow each snow season. The nearest ski area in possession of a more sky-scraping vertical drop is 24 miles away. The 1,035 feet of vertical drop is pretty okay; Hoodoo makes the most of it all. Having such a good size skiable area, 806 acres
    in all you won't be without skiing land. Hoodoo is a conventional size ski area with a height difference that's something like average when you compare it to other ski areas in the region. The ice cold snow here becomes genuinely
deep, 29 feet every winter, and that is ample for genuinely glorious depth. Hoodoo has a reasonable variety of trails and a decent choice of great ski lifts. Snowboarding and skiing in this part of Oregon is so much fun through the winter. The striking snow covered Central Cascade Range mountaintops are so striking you wonít believe it. This ski mountain has a much lower than average percentage of expert and advanced ski runs and a much higher than average part  
of beginner and intermediate trails. There are 6 different ski lifts here, and they make for a peaceful ride up the hill. You may have to settle for a hotel a bit away from the main area if you want to spend the night, but do reserve a room ahead of going since it is a very popular destination. Some folks prefer skiing and some snowboarding, either way, there are lots of delightful places for that around here. Hoodoo is a great place for young and old with plenty of blue and green runs. The winter view of the Oregon highlands and the rush of zipping down a slope are reason enough to come here to ski. Getting a little bit of delightful exercise and spending some quality time in the wilderness will have you coming back. The snow covered mountaintops of the Central Cascade Range make for a splendid surroundings. The mountaintops of Oregon in the wintertime are something you canít miss if you're hooked on skiing or snowboarding.






      


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 Ski Areas Near Hoodoo ski area:
Mt. Bachelor, Oregon , 24 miles away
   3365 foot drop, 13 lifts, 71 runs
   60% Expert & Adv.
   25% Intermediate
   15% Beginner
Willamette Pass, Oregon , 41 miles away
   1563 foot drop, 6 lifts, 29 runs
   34% Expert & Adv.
   45% Intermediate
   21% Beginner
Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, Oregon , 45 miles away
   1500 foot drop, 9 lifts, 65 runs
   40% Expert & Adv.
   40% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
Timberline Lodge, Oregon , 47 miles away
   3590 foot drop, 6 lifts, 32 runs
   20% Expert & Adv.
   50% Intermediate
   30% Beginner
Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon , 48 miles away
   2777 foot drop, 12 lifts, 87 runs
   35% Expert & Adv.
   50% Intermediate
   15% Beginner
Cooper Spur, Oregon , 53 miles away
   500 foot drop, 2 lifts, 10 runs
   20% Expert & Adv.
   40% Intermediate
   40% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Hoodoo ski area:
Marion Creek, Linn County , 8 miles away, Class IV(V) - 7 miles long (Gooch Falls)
Whitewater Outfitter - Mc Kenzie River Adventures, Lane County , 13 miles away, Whitewater outfitter
McKenzie River, Lane County , 14 miles away, Class II-III - 40.7 miles long (Olallie Campground to Leaburg Dam)
 Trails Near Hoodoo ski area:
South Loop Trail, Linn , 1 miles away, 1.9 hiking miles, 154 feet elevation difference
Thirsty Camp Trail, Linn , 2 miles away,  2.6 hiking miles, 136 feet elevation difference
South Loop Cut Off, Linn , 2 miles away, 1.9 hiking miles, 208 feet elevation difference

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