Mt. Hood rising to a height of 11,240 feet, is home to four ski areas.
Timberline Lodge Ski Area for great slopes as well as the historic Timberline Lodge.
If you are looking for big mountain skiing then head to Mt Hood Meadows covering more than 2,000 acres.
Skibowl the largest night skiing area in the United States.
There is also Copper Spur for family-friendly fun.
There are two main Ski Resorts on Mt Hood. Mt Hood Timberline and Mt Hood Meadows.
Mt Hood Timberline Ski Resort is just a little over an hour drive from Portland depending on traffic and weather conditions.
Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort operates on a special use permit on the Mt. Hood National Forest, offering some of the most spectacular skiing and snowboarding in the Northwest. The resort is close to Portland – just 90 minutes away – but delivers a big mountain experience. The resort sprawls across Mt. Hood’s southeast flank, the sunny, wind-protected side of Mt. Hood Meadows’ playful terrain welcomes and challenges all levels of skiers and snowboarders.
Mt Hood Meadows Mountain Terrain:
35% 50% 15%
Mt Hood Timberline Mountain Terrain:
25% 50% 25%
Mt Hood Meadows
8am – 3pm
Top Lift Elevation:
2,22m / 7,300’ (Can hike to top and ski Super Bowl 9,000′)
1,379m / 4,523’
846m / 2,777′
2,150 acres / 870 hectares
10.9m / 430” per year
11 Lifts (6 high speed quads, 5 double chairs), 85 runs
Top of Palmer:
2,600m / 8,540’
1,125m / 3,690’
463 hectares / 1,145 acres
10 – 12.7m per year 400 – 500″
Total number of lifts: 10 (5 high speed quads), 41 Trails