Oregon Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in Oregon.
Ski Areas in Oregon
Extensive Night Skiing
Mt Hood Skibowl is located in the Mt Hood National Forest and is the closest ski area to Portland, Or.
Billed as "America's Largest Night Ski Area" by Ski Magazine, Mt Hood Skibowl offers 65 trails during the day and 34 at night covering 600+ skiable acres and a 1,500-foot vertical drop.
Skibowl's Terrain Park's are progressive and consists of hits, bumps, mounds, rolls, rails, slides and other obstacles.
The Govyville park is serviced by the…
Summit is the oldest ski area in the Pacific Northwest and was the first on Mount Hood.
Since its beginnings in 1927, Summit has continued to provide a safe, family oriented area that is easy to get to, and best of all, extremely affordable.
With the 75% of the mountain consisting of beginner trails, Summit Ski Area is the perfect place to learn how to ski or snowboard.
Located 54 miles east of Portland on Highway 26, near the rest area at the east end of Government Camp.
A scenic drive from the West or East of the Cascades, Willamette Pass offers a wide variety of activities the whole family will enjoy. From downhill skiing and snowboarding to snow tubing and 20 km worth of Nordic trails, we cater to skiers and riders of all abilities and offer them the chance to experience big mountain terrain in a small mountain atmosphere.
Yet, it also offers some intense and challenging runs for expert skiers.
Just to the right of the lodge, is a beginner area with…
Warner Canyon Ski Area is a small community ski area owned by Lake County and run by the Fremont Highlander Ski Club. This area is known for non-existant lift lines and uncrowded slopes with extremely reasonable lift ticket prices.
In addition to alpine skiing, Warner Canyon offers numerous trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Children will also find tons of things to do on the mountain and on the snowplay area.
Getting to Warner Canyon Ski Area is a snap. …
Mt Bachelor is one of the great legends of the Northwest.
A towering 9,065-foot solo giant that has achieved an almost mythic reputation among purists for the transcendent quality of its snow -- a light, dry, high-desert powder unlike any other in this part of the world. Over four hundred pristine inches a year dust 88 runs well-distributed across 360 degrees of this extinct volcano.
At one of the largest resorts in North America; skiers, snowboarders and Nordic skiers will find great…
Cooper Spur Ski and Recreation Resort is located on the northeast side of Mt Hood in the Northern Cascades at a base elevation of 4,000 feet.
This family area has been in operation since 1927 when it was developed as a ski jumping hill. In 1938, the first rope tow was installed, followed by a T-bar a few years later. In 1970, the rope tow and T-bar were upgraded and again in 1993.
There are 50 skiable acres catering to families and beginners. Most of the runs are gentle slopes,…
The Mt Ashland ski area is nestled at 7,500 feet in the magnificent Siskiyou Mountain range of southern Oregon.
The facility operates daily from Thanksgiving to mid April. Mother nature is generous here, giving an average snow base of 110 inches.
While there is plenty of snow for powder hounds on alpine skis or snowboards, the unique climate offers plenty of sunny days all winter long.
The ski area offers 23 trails in addition to chute skiing in a glacial cirque, called the Bowl.…
Anthony Lakes Ski Area is located in the majestic Elkhorn Range of the Blue Mountains in the northeast corner of the state of Oregon.
At a 7,100-foot base elevation, the highest in the state, it is a powder paradise. With 21 trails and 300 skiable acres, Anthony Lakes offers a nice mix of runs for every level of skier.
Beginners are served by a handle tow, while intermediate and advanced skiers are whisked to the top where they can find plenty of steeps off the triple chair.
Flanked by the Three Sisters Wilderness Area to the south and Mt Jefferson and Three Fingered Jack to the north, Hoodoo provides a stunning mountain panorama.
At Hoodoo Ski Area tradition runs deep. Generations of families and friends from the Willamette Valley and central Oregon have made Hoodoo their favorite winter retreat.
The majority of Hoodoo's 800 skiable acres rest on the northern slope, which provides dry powder in midwinter and fantastic spring corn snow.
New skiers will…
Mt Hood Meadows has long been renown as a skier's mountain -- offering a massive amount of terrain folded in and out of bowls and valleys on the sunny side of Mt Hood.
For years, the Meadows has had the reputation of offering the best pure skiing in Oregon with distinctively original trails ranging from smooth, slightly graded runs in our beginner's area to screamin' steeps in Heather Canyon.
Although skiers of all abilities will enjoy Mt Hood Meadows, the thousands of acres of…
Spout Springs is located in the Umatilla National Forest in the heart of the Blue Mountains.
It features 11 downhill trails and 21 cross-country trails on 250 skiable acres.
Offering extra-wide runs and well-groomed slopes, Spout Springs is a great place to learn to ski.
Spout Springs offers child care for children ages 12 months to 6 years and a Kinderski for Tiny Tots program for ages 4 to 6.
Mountain facilities include alpine, cross-country and snowboard rentals, gift shop,…
Located at the 6,000-foot level of Mt Hood in Oregon, Timberline Ski Area is a full-service resort, offering winter, spring and world-renowned summer skiing.
Winter season skiing appeals to intermediate and beginner skiers, with miles of groomed, open trails ideal for perfecting skills, with a few pitches reserved for experts.
Timberline provides all the services for skiers: a complete rental/demo shop; the Timberline Ski School, featuring the nationally-acclaimed SKIwee program for…