Mt. Hood’s Cooper Spur Mountain Resort is still waiting for enough snow to open its lifts and tubing hill. But the resort is open for lodging and dining, and discount lift tickets are available for Mt. Hood Meadows.

Cooper Spur offers lodging in condos, hotel rooms, cabins, and a log home. Two outdoor hot tubs are available along with the Spur Steakhouse for dining and the Expedition Lounge for toasting the day’s adventures. Room rates run $139-499, depending on the room type and holiday increases.

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Lodging is available at Cooper Spur in hotel rooms, condos, cabins, and a mountain home. Photo courtesy of Cooper Spur Mountain Resort.

Skiers and snowboarders staying at Cooper Spur can purchase discounted lift tickets for Mt. Hood Meadows, which sits 12 miles from the resort. Adults can get lift tickets for $50 rather than $79 at the ticket window. Juniors and seniors can get lift tickets for $35 instead of $49.

Free midweek tickets to Mt. Hood Meadows are available for those staying a minimum of three nights. The number of free lift tickets available per day varies by the type of accommodations. Arrival must be on a Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday, and blackout days include Fridays and Saturdays. Free tickets are available for the duration of the season starting Jan. 2, but excluding Jan. 16, Feb. 20, and March 25-27.

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Ski at Mt. Hood Meadows while staying at Cooper Spur. Photo by Richard Hallman/FreelanceImaging.com. Courtesy of Mt. Hood Meadows.
        

Lift tickets for Hood Meadows are available at Cooper Spur. By picking them up at Cooper Spur, you won’t need to stop by the ticket window at the ski area.

For more information on Cooper Spur, check here: accommodations, tickets for Mt. Hood Meadows