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Palmer Opens April 2016!

Timberline boasts the Northwest’s longest vertical terrain when Palmer opens. With the opening of the Palmer chairlift, which can be accessed at the top of the Magic Mile, Timberline Lodge opens up 3,690 vertical feet of terrain from the top of Palmer Glacier to the bottom of Still Creek Basin. This makes spring skiing and […]Read More
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    Heidi’s Fan Club

    By Scott Skellenger Heidi had a busy week at work  she was in high demand. She actually had a fan club show up for pictures with her. She had many doggie friend visitors, one was named Lucky and they played in the lobby together. Heidi is working on her off-leash manners and has done very […]Read More
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      Timberline’s New Cat

      The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built Timberline Lodge during the Great Depression of the 1930s, using unemployed laborers and local materials. The lodge, in a way, represents the skilled craftsmanship and determination of not just the WPA but of the Kohnstamm family, who brought the lodge back from the brink of destruction in the 1950s. Just imagine […]Read More
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        New Spring Menu in the CDR

        With the official onset of spring, Timberline’s Cascade Dining Room (CDR) has launched a new seasonal menu to take advantage of the flavors popping up in Oregon’s waters and fields. Chef Jason Stoller Smith once again delivers a fresh and inspired collection of plates ranging from light and healthy to hearty and meaty, menu options as diverse […]Read More
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