SKI ALL DAY AND INTO THE NIGHT!
A naturally-occurring steep-sided bowl in the Mount Hood National Forest, Mt. Hood Skibowl offers 960 acres and 1500 vertical feet of ski-able terrain, almost two thirds of which are lit nightly for night skiing. The Skibowl includes 300 acres of "Outback" skiing for an incredible in-bounds "backcountry" experience. Pair a day in the Outback with Mt. Hood Skibowl's affordable day rates, and you'll know why the powderhounds are all smiles on these slopes!
2017-2018 Lift Ticket Pricing:
|TICKET TYPE||ANY SHIFT
(open-4pm, 11am-7pm, 1pm-close)
|Ladies Night (Tuesday Nights)**||$24
* Holiday Periods include Portland Public School's Thanksgiving Break (Thursday-Sunday), Christmas Break, MLK Day, and President's Day, Oregon spring break. Prices increase slightly during these days.
Mt. Hood Skibowl offers the winter traveler much more than the average ski area. Snowmobile rentals, a snow tubing park, and dogsled rides are all available on site, as well as the ever-memorable horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow. Professionally-run ski race camps are also a popular amenity for up-and-coming racers at the mountain.
In nearby Government Camp, Oregon, superb ice-climbing attracts well-versed locals as well as interested newcomers. For the Nordic aficionado, Mount Hood National Forest is home to 200 km. of cross-country ski trails, including the popular, oft-groomed Trillium Lake Trail. Be sure to take your time and explore all that this little-known destination has to offer!