A ski resort with terrain for all levels and closeby lodging, lots of apres ski activities and a good ski school make for great vacations on snow.
Oregon may offer some of the most diverse skiing in North America. With 12 ski areas that range from luxurious mountain resorts to local ski areas, Oregon has something for all ski attitudes.
Mt. Bachelor is Oregon’s biggest ski area with over 4,300 lift-accessible terrain and a 3,365-foot vertical drop. Located near the town of Bend, it offers a wide variety of skiing and snowboarding options for visitors. Many of Oregon’s skiing is done off the stratovolcano Mt. Hood. Several ski areas like, Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood Meadows, Cooper Spur and Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, call the Hood home.Oregon Ski Resort FAQs
There are a total of 12 unique ski areas in Oregon, and the annual snowfall for the state is 400 inches.
You want the kids to have as much fun as you. These are some recommended kid-friendly ski resorts:Mt. Hood MeadowsTimberline LodgeMt. Hood SkibowlMt. Bachelor Ski ResortHoodoo Mountain Resort
All the following ski resorts are a little over an hour from Portland:Summit Ski Area, Government CampMt. Hood Skibowl, Government CampMt. Hood Meadows, Mt. Hood
Timberline Lodge & Ski and Snowboard Area in Mt. Hood has 3,690 feet of vertical spread out over 1,1415 skiable acres.
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