Mt. Hood Meadows offers several ways to ski or ride without paying full price at the ticket window. Options include spring passes, multi-day passes, and new twilight lift tickets.

The resort's spring passes are now on sale. The passes, good for any day after March 1, permit unlimited skiing through the end of the season April 25. Unlimited access is also granted into May if the resort extends its season as it has for the past several years.

Spring passes cost $119 if purchased by Jan. 31 or $149 if purchased by Feb. 28. Those rates are only applicable to online sales. The passes cost $179 if purchased in person at the resort in March.

The resort also sells multi-time passes. A direct-to-lift five-time midweek pass is available at $225. The pass, which is valid for use Mondays through Fridays, reduces the adult lift ticket from $57-69 to $45 for each of the five days.

A five-time night pass, which costs $75, is valid any evening for night skiing from 3 to 9 p.m. Using the pass reduces the night lift ticket from $25 to $15 per time.

A new twilight lift ticket, valid 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays, is available for $15 at the ticket window. The resort has 140 acres illuminated for night skiing, plus the Rose City Slopestyle park and superpipe.

More information. Or call 503-337-2222.