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by: Cameron Livermore - 4th December 2017

  • 5
  • 2Beginner
  • 4Intermediate
  • 5Expert
  • 5All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 5Family Friendly
  • 4Aprés Ski
  • 2Terrain Park
  • 5Overall Value
Awesome atmosphere. Friendly people. No lift lines. Cheap. Rock Garden is classic fun. Trees!
Small. Terrain park can be sketchy.

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This place is like stepping back in time 30 years. There are no aggro GoPro Bro types yelling at kids in the terrain park like you might find at a big resort. Lift tickets are currently $35 (!). The lodge is awesome, full of character and good food/beer. But the riding here is the highlight. Despite only 700' of vertical and one lift, this place boasts around 20 runs, and most of them are steep and fun. There's a boulder field on Schuss Alley for pillow hops, chutes on rock garden, a natural rock quarterpipe, a couple small cliffs, tons of fun secret runs stashed in the trees, a great hiking experience out Avalanche, and so much more. I grew up riding Hood and can honestly say I prefer this resort 9/10 times to Meadows, Tline, or Ski Bowl. You won't wait in lift lines except on holidays, and even then, it might take 2 minutes. The powder, when they get it (and that's usually often), is dry and fluffy. This is really an amazing spot to spend a day. The terrain park can get a little scary at times, but you don't go here for the terrain park. It's not a park rat's mountain. They do build nice jumps -- it's the jibs that can be a bit dicey -- but the terrain park is kind of just there for an occasional lap between bombing some deep tree run or traversing horizontally across five or six runs on an adventure. Best kept secret in Oregon as far as I'm concerned.

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