- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 11/26 - 5/24
|5700ft - 9064ft|
|15%| 25%| 35%| 25%|
|from US$41 to US$295
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Mt. Bachelor is situated within the Deschutes National Forest in the scenic Cascade Range of central Oregon. Only 22 miles outside of Bend, Oregon along the Century Divide Highway, Mt. Bachelor is a great ski destination that includes a modern lift infrastructure and updated amenities. The ski area is known for having great snow quality and large expansive terrain. As one of the highest mountains in the area, Mt. Bachelor offers 360 degree views from its summit.
Mt. Bachelor has terrain suitable for all ability types ranging from long groomed cruisers to expert chutes and steeps. The ski area is one of the largest resorts in the Northwest and offers abundant terrain options. The resort is becoming famous for its freestyle terrain and has made significant improvements to the terrain parks.
Mount Bachelor is technically a strato-volcano atop a shield volcano situated along the Cascade Volcanic Arc. The volcano last erupted approximately 10,000 years ago. Mount Bachelor gets its name for being isolated from the Three Sisters, a group of three volcanic mountains that are northwest of Mount Bachelor.
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