Mt. Hood SkiBowl, 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 Multorpor Chairlift. The Yet Yard Park is serviced by the West Rope tow at Skibowl west.

Mountain facilities and lodges include the Beer Stube, Starlite Lodge, Multorpor Lodge, 70 Meter Bar & Grill and the Historic Mid-Mountain Warming Hut, serving up hot food, cold drinks and warm fires. The Outback Grill serves up quick food and drinks right at the edge of the snow at Skibowl west.

There is no lodging at Mt Hood Skibowl, but manages the Collins Lake and Grand Lodge resorts across the street in Government Camp. Call 1-800-234-6288 for reservations or go to

Mt Hood Skibowl is less than an hour east of Portland, OR on US Highway 26.

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Mountain Statistics for Mt. Hood SkiBowl
Base Elevation: 3,600 ft (1,097 meters)
Summit Elevation: 5,100 ft (1,554 m)
Vertical Drop: 1,500 ft (457 m)
Skiable Area: 960 acres (389 hectares)
Annual Snowfall: 300 in (762 cm)
Longest Run: 15,840 ft (4,828 m)
Snowmaking: 3 %
Number of Lifts: 9
Uphill Lift Capacity: 4,620 per hour
Types of Lifts: 4 Double Chairs
1 Conveyor Lift
1 Conveyor Tube Lift
1 Handle Tow
2 Rope Tows
Number of Trails: 65
Trail Ratings for Mt. Hood SkiBowl
Easiest: Easiest 0%
More Difficult: More Difficult 0%
Most Difficult: Most Difficult 0%
Experts Only: Experts Only 0%
Trail ratings indicate the relative difficulty of the runs within a given ski area and are not meant to be used for comparison between ski areas.
Area Details for Mt. Hood SkiBowl
Alpine Skiing: Yes
Snowboarding: Yes
Night Skiing: Yes
Terrain Park: Yes
Nearby Snow Tubing: Yes