Oregon’s Mt. Hood Ski Bowl lights up the slopes at night for skiing, riding, and tubing. Ladies, high school students, and college students can get discounts on certain nights at the ski area.
Night skiing tickets, which usually cost $30, are discounted on different week nights for ladies and college students. The tickets are valid from 3 p.m to 10 p.m.
Ladies can ski or ride on Tuesday nights for $17. Ladies can also pick up prizes at the weekly giveaways from Betty Rides in the Beer Stube. Ladies Night runs until May 1.
Thursday nights are for college students. Those with valid identification can buy night skiing lift tickets for half price.
Mt. Hood Ski Bowl has also tacked on a bonus for college students. Lift tickets for day skiing on Fridays are also half price.
Friday nights offer discount Cosmic Tubing for high school and college students. The regular ticket costs $30, but high school and college students can buy a half price ticket on Friday nights.
Cosmic Tubing brings out the black lights and cranks up the music from 7-10 p.m. until the end of March. A conveyor lift provides a ride back up the hill. Tickets include tube rental and lift access. Cosmic Tubing takes place at Mt. Hood Ski Bowl’s main tubing hill.
Check out the Cosmic Tubing action at Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, courtesy of this YouTube video:
For more information on Cosmic Tubing, check here.