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Snowy hike and Mt. Hood

SNOW PLAY

The Mountain is a jolly good place to play in the winter – for families and extreme adventurers alike. Ski, snowboard, go snowmobiling, cross country ski or snowshoe. Treat the kids to tubing, sledding, snowball fights and hot chocolate. Rent the equipment you need. Take lessons or a guided tour. Carve it up!

Explore Winter, Its One of the 4 Seasons of Fun

Sample the groomed runs and trails at Timberline Lodge and Ski Area,  providing the longest ski season in North America. Let fly your tricks and  freestyle on Timberline’s half pipe. Telemark Mt. Hood’s backcountry. Take to Summit Ski Area’s beginner trails and runs, and their Snow Bunny  sliding area and Sno Park.

Mt. Hood Skibowl shines with the largest night ski area in the nation as well as Cosmic Tubing illuminated by 600,000+ colored LED lights. Go expert on the area’s 34 black diamond runs, the most of any resort in Oregon.

Rentals and instruction are available through Mt. Hood Outfitters, Otto’s Ski and Mountain Bike Shop and others. Let someone else drive – Mt. Hood Express has room for your skis, boards, and gear.

TRIP IDEAS
5 Ways To Enjoy The Snow In Mt. Hood Territory
Mt. Hood is a wonderful place to play in the winter – and you don’t have to be a hardcore skier to enjoy it! Of course there is skiing and snowboarding but you can also explore by snowmobile, snow...
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Snowshoer with large backpack makes his way across a nowcoverd meadow as Mt. Hood and National Forest fill his view.
Snow Play In Mt. Hood Territory
Mt. Hood has finally had a visit from Old Man Winter. Now is the perfect time to get out there and experience the splendor that is winter in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. One of the best ways to experi...
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Young female riding a bright green snowmobile in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Cross Country Skiing In Mt. Hood Territory
When the snow starts falling on Mt. Hood, many people's thoughts turn to fast runs and epic air aboard a pair of skis or on a snowboard. But there's another group that look forward to a peaceful excur...
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Cross Country Skiing in the Mt. Hood National Forest
Where To Sled And Tube On Mt. Hood
Winter action on Mt. Hood isn't just for skiing or snowboarding; there is some great sledding and tubing. Here's where you can sled and tube on Mt. Hood....
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White River SnoPark
Fireworks And Sleigh Rides This December
There's a small window of time to experience the magic of a horse-drawn sleigh ride in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. Every December, Mt. Hood Outfitters dresses up Belgian horses for three weeks of sno...
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Tour Winter Hidden Gems By Snowshoe
For some people, fresh snow means time to curl up in front of a fire and snuggle with a loved one. For others, it means time to strap on some snowshoes and head out to explore the beauty of a world co...
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