We are suspending lift operations for Monday, February 28 based on the forecast which would make things rather miserable. With the high winds and atmospheric river conditions, we would have very limited operations if we were to operate so we feel it is best to batten down the hatches and set our sights on Tuesday when we expect to return to our normal 9 AM - 4 PM lift operational schedule.
12:30 PM UPDATE-- Our online purchasing is back up and running again. We appreciate everyone's patience! We will honor walk-ups for tomorrow (Friday, February 25) as we did not have this repaired in time for the 12 PM purchase time cut-off. Lessons will still be on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Spring Pass makes a return to the slopes of Mt. Hood Meadows, providing access every day we are operational for the rest of the season, beginning March 21. This year, the pass will not be restricted on weekends as it was last season; however, there will be only a limited amount offered.
Toyota is the official vehicle of Mt. Hood Meadows and we are proud to partner with the Pacific Northwest Toyota Dealers Association to offer two All Access Season Passes to Meadows this season with a qualifying new Toyota purchase or lease. The offer is spectacular this season, as it isn't limited to a specific model - but it does require a trade-in. Here's the deal:
Hood River's Sean FitzSimons will compete in his first Olympics - in the qualification round of the Men's Snowboard Slopestyle in Beijing. We caught up with Sean following the Women's qualifier Friday evening (Saturday afternoon in Beijing.)
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It is with sadness that we announce the death of a skiing guest at Mt. Hood Meadows this past Sunday.