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US Ski and Snowboard Association selects 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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    The best terrain parks on Mt Hood

    Timberline Lodge delivers the best terrain parks on Mt Hood and the Pacific Northwest We want to be the most progressive and best terrain parks on Mt Hood. Timberline terrain parks take influence from Portland’s world renowned concrete skate parks. We strive to create parks that have endless lines and combinations. You can have a […]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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        Summer Snow Recap

        Timberline gives a hearty THANKS to everyone who came up to Palmer for summer snow training this year! What was accomplished at Timberline this summer: Consistent early openings Consistent early coach access (30 mins before) Short turn around times 15 Slalom runs by 11:00 Extended specialty terrain builds and support 110 training camps 36,136 people […]Read More
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          The Old Farmer’s Almanac Winter Weather Predictions

          La Niña Affects Meteorologists’ Winter Weather Predictions The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting above average snowfall for the Pacific Northwest for the upcoming winter season. The Old Farmers Almanac claims to have 80% accuracy in their forecasts, which are determined through the use of solar science, climatology, and meteorology. Meteorologist Chris Tomer has also released his 2016/2017 winter […]Read More
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            Timberline brings the mountain to downtown Hood River

            Mt Hood Snow + Timberline Rail Jam = 2nd Street Takeover in Hood River On June 3, 2016, Timberline kicked off the Hood 2 River Relay with our legendary and portable RAIL JAM! With the help of our friends at 2nd Wind Sports and the USASA, we brought the mountain to Hood River for a classic Downtown Throwdown […]Read More
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              West Coast Session 10

              WCS10: Team Dankers from The West Coast Session on Vimeo. Jibs, jabs, and big jumps at West Coast Session 10 show what spring skiing is all about Copyright Richard Hallman for Timberline Lodge Skiers and snowboarders from around the world descended on Mt Hood this week for West Coast Session 10. Photographers and videographers gathered […]Read More
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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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                  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 was by dumping over 40 inches of snow on the mountain during the last big storm (March 13-16). Timberline’s base snow depth of […]Read More
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                    Why Isn’t Palmer Chairlift Open in the Winter? The Palmer Express chairlift gives Timberline the longest ski season in North America. We wish it was possible to maintain the Palmer Chair during the winter – but frequent and heavy winter storms coat the lift towers in thick snow and ice. These storms often have wind […]Read More
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