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Search and Rescue Recap

Snowboarder Leaves Timberline’s Ski Area Boundary, Consequences Ensue On Saturday afternoon, February 11, a series of events unfolded at Timberline Lodge & Ski Area resulting in search and rescue (SAR) efforts being initiated outside of the ski area boundary. At approximately 2:15 pm, Timberline Ski Patrol was contacted by a group of riders who had […]Read More
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    US Ski and Snowboard Teams select Timberline Lodge

    Timberline Lodge named official training site for US Ski Team, US Snowboarding, and US Freeskiing Timberline Lodge and Ski Area has been selected by the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) as an official training site this summer. Olympic athletes in all disciplines, including alpine racing, snowboarding, freestyle, and freeskiing, will be traveling from all over the […]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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        Living Legend Erich Sailer

        Ski Racing Coach Erich Sailer Celebrates 60 Years Coaching on Mt Hood The first summer ski racing camps kicked off at Timberline Lodge on June 5, 2016. One of the first camps on hill was Erich Sailer Ski Racing Camp led by Erich himself. Erich Sailer has been coaching and hosting camps on Mt Hood since 1956, when […]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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            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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