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Skiing & Snowboarding in Oregon

Oregon’s thirteen alpine ski areas offer a broad range of skiing and snowboarding fun, from expert chutes to bunny slopes. View current conditions at all Oregon ski resorts, or click through to individual resorts below.

Ski lifts on mt. Hood meadows Oregon outdoor sports.

Mt. Hood Skiing

  • Cooper Spur – 50 acres of beginning and intermediate terrain, as well as tubing, lodging, and a nordic center.
  • Mt. Hood Meadows – 2,150 acres of diverse terrain, including back country skiing.
  • Mt. Hood Skibowl – Largest night skiing area in the USA, with plenty of beginninga nd advanced runs.
  • Summit Ski Area – A family friendly place to learn to ski or board.
  • Timberline Lodge Ski Area – A historic lodge and the longest ski season in North America.

Central Oregon Skiing

  • Mt. Bachelor – High desert powder covers 71 trails, bowls and great tree skiing.
  • Hoodoo – A new lodge and quad lifts make this family-friendly area a popular destination.

Willamette Valley Skiing

Southern Oregon Skiing

  • Mt. Ashland – Community owned resort featuring open bowls, expert runs, and a terrain park.
  • Mt. Bailey Cat Skiing – Steep, deep, and untracked powder await.
  • Warner Canyon – Dry powder, affordable lift tickets, and lots of beginner terrain.

Eastern Oregon Skiing

  • Ski Anthony Lakes – Clear skies, dry powder, and 1,100 acres of skiing 35 miles from Baker City.
  • Spout Springs – 250 acres of dry powder in the Blue Mountains.