|| || I ski mostly on the upper mountain where the runs present a bit more of a challenge. There aren't that many runs to choose from, but it's still good in spite of its size limitation. Says Joey.|
You have to go 25000 miles to get to a ski mountain having a greater height difference. This ski mountain has a good assortment of ski trails and an acceptable pick of good ski lifts. Timberline Lodge is a mid-size ski hill in possession of a splendid drop when
compared to other west coast ski mountains. All 6 different ski lifts at this ski hill are well kept up and managed by pleasant people. This ski mountain has a vertical drop of 3,590 feet which is a wonderful drop. Snowboarding and
|skiing in this region is a lot of fun through the winter. If you'll be sleeping in a hotel, you're in luck, lodgings are offered next to the base area, but you'd better reserve before heading out because these lodgings fill up quickly. Timberline Lodge has a much lower than average percentage of red and black ski trails and a much higher than average proportion of green and blue ski trails. The astonishing yearly snowfall of 46 feet is ample for really great depth. || ||
The natural beauty of the Oregon mountains and the glorious feeling of coasting down the runs are certain to keep you returning. Timberline Lodge receives higher snowfall than the local average every winter. With such a full-scale
skiing territory, 1,000 acres in all you won't be deficient in skiable terrain. This ski area has 32 ski slopes that you can ski on; it's a good diversity. Timberline Lodge has a magnificent selection of ski trails to suit all abilities;
it's totally impossible to get bored here. A good workout and just hanging out with your skiing mates will make you feel good. In wintertime the Central Cascade Range is an extraordinarily tremendous location if you enjoy skiing and
snowboarding. The Oregon summits in wintertime are a tremendous location for skiing and snowboarding. There's a ski run map of Timberline Lodge on this internet page for your reference. The snow covered summits of the Central Cascade
Range is a vista worth seeing. This is a family friendly ski hill with loads of beginner and intermediate ski trails for novices. You might be into skiing or snowboarding, or both, doesn't matter, in this general vicinity, you'll find lots of ski mountains.
* Distances listed are direct linear distances, actual travel distance may be different.|
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|These outdoors activities are available near Timberline Lodge ski area.|
| ||Ski Areas Near Timberline Lodge ski area:|
Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon
, 3 miles away|
2777 foot drop, 12 lifts, 87 runs
35% Expert & Adv.
Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, Oregon
, 4 miles away|
1500 foot drop, 9 lifts, 65 runs
40% Expert & Adv.
Cooper Spur, Oregon
, 8 miles away|
500 foot drop, 2 lifts, 10 runs
20% Expert & Adv.
, 46 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
, 67 miles away|
1500 foot drop, 6 lifts, 32 runs
33% Expert & Adv.
Crystal Mountain, Washington
, 80 miles away|
3100 foot drop, 11 lifts, 50 runs
35% Expert & Adv.
Willamette Pass, Oregon
, 87 miles away|
1563 foot drop, 6 lifts, 29 runs
34% Expert & Adv.
| ||Whitewater Near Timberline Lodge ski area:|
White River, Wasco
, 9 miles away, Class III-IV - 6 miles long (Barlow Crossing to Keeps Mill)|
Hood River - West Fork, Hood River
, 10 miles away, Class IV-V - 6.5 miles long (White Bridge Park to East Fork Hood River)|
Hood River - Lake Branch, Hood River
, 11 miles away, Class IV-V - 3 miles long (3 miles above West Fork to Confluence with West Fork)|
| ||Trails Near Timberline Lodge ski area:|
Timberline Trail, Hood River
, 2 miles away, 20.8 hiking miles, 3731 feet elevation difference|
Hidden Lake Trail, Clackamas
, 4 miles away, 8.2 hiking miles, 3014 feet elevation difference|
Umbrella Falls Trail, Hood River
, 4 miles away, 5.4 hiking miles, 1637 feet elevation difference|