- Overall Rating 5
- Family Friendly 5
- All-Mtn. Terrain 5
- Terrain Park 0
- Nightlife 4
Pros: Great Value and incredible terrain
Cons: Can't please everybody
Recommended For: Singles, Family Friendly, Empty Nesters
Date Visited: Dec 1, 2008
The last reviewer thinks you should be able to build a Terrain Park before you open. Both take snow. You get snow, you build your ramps, groom the slope, then keep building the snow that follows. Over ten feet in the first week of operation. The majority of it was champagne powder, not the stuff to be building features with. Yeah we could tow a couple boxes and rails out on the hill and then hear the feedback about a "lame" park. Well, the park will start to take shape this week, within two weeks of opening under incredible pounding of storm after storm. Oh, throw in that one night all the patrol, managers, and groomers were involved in an all night search for a lost skier.
How brojus22 chose to complain about bottled beer in the restaurant. When he has kids maybe he will leave them unattended while he retires to the bar. Some of our families are pleased that we sell bottles from the restaurant so they can responsibly enjoy a beer with lunch while being with their kids.
We don't just TRY at Willamette Pass. We DO. That is why we are pleasing more skiers and riders this year than last. Always striving to "enhance the customer experience." We've read here that you can't please everyone all the time. Hope this guy is enjoying the other 500 acres of phenomenal terrain while we build a play area for him to jib in.
Ski IT, Ride IT, Live IT!!!