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by: Daniel Edwards - 11th February 2017

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  • 4Beginner
  • 3Intermediate
  • 3Expert
  • 3All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 3Family Friendly
  • 3Aprés Ski
  • 1Terrain Park
  • 3Overall Value
Hardly any
Totally unmanaged

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Run down, slow lifts, only half of the trails open due to no snow making. I used to love this place. No more.

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  • Daniel Edwards (11th February 2017)

    Run down, slow lifts, only half of the trails open due to no snow making. I used to love this place. No...

  • Daniel Edwards (11th February 2017)

    Run down, slow lifts, only half of the trails open due to no snow making. I used to love this place. No...

  • P F (3rd January 2017)

    I just finished skiing at Timberline for the last time. They are charging full price for basically 5-6 trails. Don't waste your...

  • andrew.schoenbach (9th March 2016)

    Current Status (March 7, 2016): I just came back from skiing Timberline and conditions were terrific spring skiing. The slopes were crunchy...

  • dgragg97 (15th December 2015)

    I learned to ski at T-line when I was six. I am now 29 (plus 23). My kids learned to ski there...

  • Mathieu Greenwood (30th November 2015)

    Boasting an average annual snowfall of 180-200in of natural snow, 40 trails, an alpine summit of 4,268 feet, 1000 ft of vertical...

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Timberline Four Seasons - Last weekend at Tline. Stella gave us some nice pow. Props to Fred Herz for staying open. Stellar time!  - © DOGGFATHER
Timberline Four Seasons - Timberline's snow felt like CO at the Snowy Luau 2017. J & T atop white lightning.  - © DOGGFATHER
Timberline Four Seasons - Rock & Rollin', classic spring conditions that true skiers love! Great band at the Timber Pub for Après-Ski.  - © DOGGFATHER
Timberline Four Seasons - Great & friendly lift attendants and fast bar tenders! Love T-Line!
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