It’s been a weird start to the season this year - our upper mountain has taken a definite pummeling. However, Cascade Express could open to limited terrain by the weekend.
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Mt. Hood Meadows is covered in a snowy blanket measuring two-and-a-half feet in the base area and nearly 40 inches at mid-mountain. The resort readies itself for the busy holidays
Mt. Hood Meadows will add nights to its daily operational schedule this week. Thanks to recent snowfall Meadows is moving to its regular schedule for the season, 9 AM - 4 PM Monday and Tuesday and 9 AM - 9 PM Wednesdays through Sundays.
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Mt. Hood Meadows is partnering with Columbia Area Transit to provide free daily shuttle service between Hood River and the ski area this season. The daily service will start Saturday, December 21, although test runs will operate next week.
It’s been a snowy week at Meadows - with a storm that dropped 19 inches since Tuesday evening, including nearly a foot in the last 24 hours. With a forecast for continued snow flurries and a few more inches of accumulation, we are evaluating terrain and making preparations for additional lifts to operate.
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Mt. Hood Meadows will open the season Friday with four lifts on a 17 inch natural base, supplemented by snow harvesting.
Following a three-day preview, Mt. Hood Meadows plans to open for daily operations beginning Friday, December 6.