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What’s New 2016/2017

Timberline continues to invest in on-hill and in-lodge innovations to exceed guest expectations in 2017 Timberline Snowcat Purchases In our continuing effort to provide a premier on-hill product, Timberline has committed to purchasing another new PistenBully snowcat for the upcoming season. The snow machines being used are the latest models with all the latest technology […]Read More
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    Weekend Update Nov 6, 2015

    With snow in the forecast, Timberline anticipates a great start to the winter season Tune in to the Cliff Mass Weather Blog for an extremely exciting update on the altered effects of El Nino this year. Rather than the warm, wet season some were predicting, current weather patterns shows considerable amounts of snow in the Cascades […]Read More
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      Changes to Summer Ski 2015.

      The Summer Ski Season at Timberline is going strong even with the lower than average snow fall, that being said, there are a few changes for anyone planning to come up and join us for some amazing summer skiing: All skiing and riding activities will be on the Palmer Snow Field, which only offers advanced-level […]Read More
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        2015 Summer Ski Season Officially Begins May 26th

        Timberline’s world-famous summer ski and snowboard season officially kicks off on Tuesday May 26th and will run high up on Mt. Hood’s Palmer Snowfield throughout the summer, weather permitting. Timberline offers the longest ski season in North America and one of the finest summer ski programs, attracting skiers and snowboarders from around the world. Single […]Read More
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          Timberline Committed to Summer Operations

          Timberline is gearing up for our Summer Ski and Snowboard season. Although the snow around many Western resorts has been lacking, here at Timberline, we enjoy the benefits of having the Palmer Snowfield for our summer operation. Palmer has seen less snow than normal, but being at such a high altitude, has still seen snow […]Read More
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            Weekend Update – February 6th, 2015

            Hello Friends! They’re saying the weather this weekend may be a bit of a mixed bag including a little snow and a little rain. Regardless of what falls from the sky we’ll have our fireplaces in the Lodge roaring – ready to dry you off and warm you up when you come in for a ski […]Read More
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              December 13th Condition Update

              This year we are unfortunately dealing with a late and stubborn transition to our full winter ski operation. We are as anxious as anyone to get this party started, and we appreciate your patience, particularly that of our loyal pass holders. Having said that, make no mistake, we are OPEN. We have fresh snow and […]Read More
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