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Meadows Offers New Midweek Only Season Pass

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Skier slashing fresh powder at Mt. Hood Meadows Richard Hallman PhotoRichard Hallman Photo

Mt. Hood Meadows is offering a midweek only season pass for weekday open to close lift access beginning March 1 for the rest of the season. The pass will go on sale Friday, February 19 through the resort’s online store. Meadows halted season pass sales in November, as part of its efforts to manage visitation in this COVID-affected season. Resort officials are pleased with the results of the efforts, noting visitation patterns indicate there is routinely more available lift capacity midweek.

Starting Friday, the Midweek Pass can be purchased for $239 for adults ages 25 - 64, $219 for ages 65-74, and $199 for ages 7-24. There is also an upgrade offer for Night passholders for $199 to allow midweek day access to those who have Night passes.

A Midweek Pass Package that includes a Midweek  Pass, three lessons and unlimited ski or snowboard rentals weekdays from March 1 through the rest of the season will be available for $299. This is an incredibly affordable way for those wanting to learn to ride in the Spring time frame, and have flexibility to ride midweek.

For those who enjoy cross country skiing, Spring Nordic access can be added on to a pass for $29. The Nordic pass price will be $45 for adults, and $29 for ages 18 and under as of March 1.

Snowboarder carves deep powder at Mt. Hood Meadows Richard Hallman PhotoRichard Hallman Photo

Meadows currently is scheduled to operate daily through April 18, and the following Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with the tentative closing date on Saturday, May 1. Resort officials are evaluating the schedule to determine whether additional days should be added, either in April or extending later into May. But even without the schedule change the Midweek Pass offers 37 days of access in March and April. With more than 11 feet of snow in the base area and another two to three feet forecast the next several days, conditions and coverage should be more than adequate for the rest of the season.

The Midweek Pass replaces the Spring Pass that is normally offered in the latter part of the season.

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