Skiing and snowboarding on Mt. Hood is a dream come true with American's longest ski season at Timberline Lodge and the best terrain parks in the Northwest, plus America's largest night ski area at Mt. Hood Skibowl covering more terrain with the best steeps! Nobody else can say that which makes it truly one-of-a-kind. To make it even better the two power houses have combined to offer a Fusion Pass which allows you access to both plus to 14 more resorts, for free, through the Powder Alliance. It's a pretty special deal and you should definitely check it out.
Speaking of deals, you can get some remarkable ski/snowboard deals by visiting Mt. Hood during the week instead of the weekend. The mountain in general has a pretty laid back vibe but if you prefer uncrowded runs, mid-week is the best time to have more of the mountain to yourself.
Tuesdays are an especially good time to head to Mt. Hood Skibowl as they offer "Ladies Night" every Tuesday for ladies to ski for just $24, from 3-10 pm through March. That's a $15 savings off a regular night ticket which is a pretty sweet deal considering that Powder Magazine named it as "The best place in the U.S. to go night skiing".
At Timberline if you stay one night, any Sunday - Thursday (excluding holidays) then two people can ski or snowboard for free the following day (Available through May 24, 2018).
Or if you stay midweek at The Lodge at Government Camp which has six spacious condos just six miles away from Timberline Lodge, you'll receive two lift tickets for Timberline Ski Area and two lift tickets for Skibowl. (Available through May 23, 2018)
Plus they always offer active military personnel discounts of 25% off, children six years or younger tickets for free when purchased with an adult ticket, and seniors ages 71 and over for free with a legacy ticket.
If you can swing it, mid-week trips to the mountain can be a wonderful respite for you, your family/friends and your wallet! Check out the mid-week lodging deals on the mountain to get double the deal.