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Top Ten Truths About Timberline Summer Snow Camp

Sign up for Timberline Summer Snow Camp for the ultimate summer camp experience Summer is right around the corner and the last day of school is imminent. Whether you’re an adult or a kid, you can take advantage of the soft summer snow and warm summer weather at Timberline’s Summer Snow Camp. Here are ten reasons […]Read More
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    Spring on Mt Hood

    To quote Robin Williams, “SPRING IS NATURE’S WAY OF SAYING, ‘LET’S PARTY!'” So, why not party at Timberline this Spring on Mt Hood? Mother Nature’s way of saying, “Let’s Party!” on Mt Hood is by snowing another one to two feet just in time for Spring Break! Timberline’s base snow depth of 165 inches continues to exceed historical […]Read More
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      A Silcox Hut Winemakers Dinners in Pictures

      Winemakers Dinners at Silcox Hut have become a magnificent tradition at Timberline Lodge Timberline Lodge’s location on Mt. Hood puts us at the vortex of several thriving wine regions in Oregon and Washington. Proof of this can be seen on every menu, from the Mt. Hood Brewing Co. to the Cascade Dining Room. In fact, […]Read More
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        Timberline Opening Day

        Timberline Opens! Timberline Lodge will have a limited season opening beginning Saturday, November 19th. Timberline is pleased to announce it will be opening Bruno’s Chair this weekend from 9am to 4pm. Weather permitting, Palmer Chair*, will also be open from 9am to 3pm. Stay tuned to the Timberline Lodge Conditions page for future operating times and lift schedule. […]Read More
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          A Labor of Love

          Timberline’s 6th Annual Labor Day Mountain Music Festival and the history of music on Mt. Hood (MT) – (In anticipation of Timberline Lodge’s Mountain Music Festival on Monday, Sept. 5, The Mountain Times and Jon Tullis, Director of Public Affairs, had a question and answer session to get a better understanding of what the event […]Read More
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            Getting Plateside

            Chef Jason Stoller Smith talks about Timberline’s Proprietary Beef Program With a recipe for Ribeye Steak with “Aji” Amarillo Sauce   Timberline Lodge is set idyllically on Mt. Hood, close to the fishing waters of the Columbia River, the farms and orchards of Hood River, and the ranches of Wasco County. Executive Chef Jason Stoller Smith has […]Read More
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              Gate to Plate

              Timberline introduces its propietary lodge beef program It’s calving season for cowboy Keith Nantz, managing partner of Deschutes River Beef in Maupin, Oregon. So far, 28 calves have been born and already two sets of twins with about 40 more cows waiting to deliver. Cows, yearlings, and calves graze together on a beautiful April day in a pasture of the Oak […]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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                  New Food Outlets at Timberline

                  We’ve been busy… When Timberline opens for the 2015/16 winter season, skiers will have two new food outlets to choose from, in addition to the five existing Mt Hood restaurants. The Wy’East Café is replacing the Black Iron Grill in the Wy’East Day Lodge. In collaboration with Skylab Architecture and Lorentz Bruun Construction, this million […]Read More
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