Ski Oregon


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Ski Oregon, USA

Skiing in Oregon has been around a long time.  There are now in the region of 14 ski areas and 400 trails in the state.   Those who ski in Oregon enjoy its beauty and uncrowded slopes.  The largest ski area at Mt. Hood is Mt. Hood Meadows with its 10 lifts and four high speed quads.  Mt. Hood Ski Bowl is reputed to have the largest area for night skiing in the U.S. with over 30 runs lit up.   Cooper Spur is the area for families and beginners to enjoy a leisurely pace together.   The many ski areas and resorts are spread down the state from north to south.  Further south in the state, the Hoodoo Ski Area in the Central Cascade mountains is a popular area and also offers night skiing. 

 

Mount Hood was Oregon’s first ski area.  Today, Timberline is a very popular ski in/ski out resort.  The Mt. Hood ski area comprises Timberline, Cooper Spur, Mt. Hood Meadows and Mt. Hood Ski Bowl. 

 

Other ski resorts and areas in Oregon include Anthony Lakes, Cooper Spur, Hoodoo Ski Area, Mt. Ashland, Mt. Bachelor Spout Springs, Summit Ski Area, Warner Canyon and Willamette Pass.   

 

http://www.skioregon.org

 

Ski Resorts in Oregon, USA

 

 

Anthony Lakes

With the highest base elevation of any ski area in the state (7,100 feet) and located in the Elkhorn Ridge of the Blue Mountains, Anthony Lakes has the recipe for light, dry snow.

 

Cat Ski Mt. Bailey

Find your way to steep and untracked chutes, big bowl descents, and high speed arcs through old growth Mountain Hemlock glades. The snowcat skiing and riding on Mt. Bailey is as good as it gets, and with only one cat operating on 6,000 acres you know you'll be getting the goods %u2014 and upwards of 20,000 vertical feet of it.

 

Cooper Spur

Cooper Spur specializes in presenting affordable winter fun for the whole family, offering 10 runs of fun for skiing and snowboarding and a tubing center! Eighty percent of the terrain at Cooper Spur is beginner and intermediate, providing an ideal learning environment. With station-based classes, skiers start with a short lesson, then go skiing and come back for more help throughout the day as needed. Meanwhile, parents can sit at the lodge and survey the entire area, relaxing with confidence while their children explore the 50-acre winter playground, which includes 10 ski runs and two lift-served tubing runs.