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Congrats US Ski and US Snowboarding Teams!

US Skiers and US Snowboarders take home World Championship Medals and prepare for more World Cup events As the countdown continues towards the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, US Ski and Snowboarding teams are actively competing in FIS World Championships around the globe. At the Audi FIS Ski World Cup in Squaw Valley, Mikaela Shiffrin (Eagle-Vail, CO) […]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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      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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        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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          Palmer

          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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