Allison Marriner, above, creator of the SheGrooms event, gets ready for a snowcat workshop.
Photo courtesy Eduardo Cabal
From April 23-25, Mt. Hood Meadows hosted its first-ever SheGrooms event, a celebration of women in mountain grooming and mountain positions.
Special story By Emma Renly
The Mt. Hood Express replacement project is well-underway as heavy equipment on the hill is clearing snow to expose our summer roads.
For your safety
Saturday will be the last day of operation for the Mt. Hood Express high speed quad - our primary workhorse out of the base area lift for the past 29 seasons.
Welcome New Mt. Hood Express Six Pack
The season winds up this Friday and Saturday at Mt. Hood Meadows - the last two days of the season - with these great events!
Dive into it
Marshall Woods, Mt. Hood Meadows Lift Maintenance Manager received the prestigious Tower of Excellence award at the recent Pacific Northwest Ski Areas Association (PNSAA) annual conference. The Tower of Excellence award recognizes and honors a ski resort employee, past or present, who has made significant contributions to the “outside operations” of their resort.
"You get there faster" - Marshall Woods
Richard Hallman Photo
Our daily operations come to an end on Sunday, April 16, but we’ll have two extended weekends to wind up the season. Lifts will run from 9 AM - 4 PM, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 21 - 23 and Friday and Saturday, April 28 - 29.
Events and Uphill Travel Information
The Mt. Hood Series is co-directed by Leslee Schader and Ali Johnson. We talked with Leslee last week about the series.
Good luck at Nationals to all the athletes!
April 1, 2023 — It has been an amazing season with 40 feet of snow (well over our seasonal average) and a winter that seemingly just won’t quit! We’re pleased to offer next year’s season passes in our online store, and you can purchase or renew in person at the ski area or at our Meadows PDX Portland location.
Purchase next year's pass
Ian Steger had done everything right. He was snowboarding in deep powder near Mt. Baker with a group of friends. He had a beacon, shovel, probe and walkies. But in an instant, he found himself upside down in a tree well.
Watch the rescue video
The Meadows Race + Big Mountain Team and Pacific Northwest Ski Association is hosting the biggest ski racing event in the Pacific Northwest this coming weekend from Friday, March 31 through Sunday, April 2.
Who is Buddy Werner?