Mt. Hood Meadows
|| || My grandfather climbed up on Mt. Hood 80 years ago and skied down on wooden skis way before there were ski lifts there. This has always been a great place to ski even before they had ski lifts. Says Tony.|
Excellent ski resort, great scenery. Says Stevie.
This ski area has an average part of demanding ski runs and an average percentage of intermediate or beginner trails. This ski hill gets covered by heavier than average snow every season. All of
the 12 great ski lifts will get you up the mountain efficiently. Mt. Hood Meadows is a great ski resort boasting a rather sky-scraping drop from top to bottom when you compare it to other ski hills in the region. Having the ski terrain
|being 2,150 acres you will never run out of skiable land. Mt. Hood Meadows has scores of trails and sufficient ski lifts to serve them all. Having a grand total of 87 ski trails to ski on; there are ample ski trails for every skill. The Central Cascade Range and its highlands is a panorama worth seeing. The drop from top to bottom of 2,777 feet is sufficient for a great top to bottom run. This ski area boasts so much white snow, 36 feet every season, and that || ||
is one of the greatest highlights of this ski area. Delightful exercise and an opportunity to spend some time in the outdoors are nice motives to come. In winter the Oregon highlands are a great spot for skiing and snowboarding. The
skiing and the snowboarding in this region is scores of fun every day of the ski season. The highlands of the Central Cascade Range in winter are a one hundred percent skiing and snowboarding delight. Winter in the mountains of Oregon
and fantastic ski trails are reason enough to come here to ski. You may be into skiing or snowboarding, or both, doesn't matter, in the neighborhood, you'll bump into loads of nice spots. There are several good lodgings near the bottom
of the hill, but you'd better book prior to departure as these lodgings fill up fast. The ski run map of Mt. Hood Meadows on this web page of course says a thousand words. This is a tremendous ski mountain with loads of different ski runs; there's absolutely no way to get bored here.
* Distances listed are direct linear distances, actual travel distance may be different.|
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|These outdoors activities are available near Mt. Hood Meadows ski area.|
| ||Ski Areas Near Mt. Hood Meadows ski area:|
Timberline Lodge, Oregon
, 3 miles away|
3590 foot drop, 6 lifts, 32 runs
20% Expert & Adv.
Cooper Spur, Oregon
, 6 miles away|
500 foot drop, 2 lifts, 10 runs
20% Expert & Adv.
Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, Oregon
, 7 miles away|
1500 foot drop, 9 lifts, 65 runs
40% Expert & Adv.
, 47 miles away|
1035 foot drop, 6 lifts, 30 runs
30% Expert & Adv.
Mt. Bachelor, Oregon
, 65 miles away|
3365 foot drop, 13 lifts, 71 runs
60% Expert & Adv.
White Pass, Washington
, 66 miles away|
1500 foot drop, 6 lifts, 32 runs
33% Expert & Adv.
Crystal Mountain, Washington
, 79 miles away|
3100 foot drop, 11 lifts, 50 runs
35% Expert & Adv.
Willamette Pass, Oregon
, 88 miles away|
1563 foot drop, 6 lifts, 29 runs
34% Expert & Adv.
| ||Whitewater Near Mt. Hood Meadows ski area:|
White River, Wasco
, 7 miles away, Class III-IV - 6 miles long (Barlow Crossing to Keeps Mill)|
Hood River - West Fork, Hood River
, 11 miles away, Class IV-V - 6.5 miles long (White Bridge Park to East Fork Hood River)|
Hood River - East Fork, Hood River
, 11 miles away, Class III-IV - 7.5 miles long (Dee to bridge Below Tucker Park)|
| ||Trails Near Mt. Hood Meadows ski area:|
Umbrella Falls Trail, Hood River
, 1 miles away, 5.4 hiking miles, 1637 feet elevation difference|
Gnarl Ridge Trail, Hood River
, 2 miles away, 6.4 hiking miles, 1519 feet elevation difference|
Timberline Trail, Hood River
, 4 miles away, 20.8 hiking miles, 3731 feet elevation difference|