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With Timberline’s proximity to Oregon’s Bounty of wine and food, Chef Jason Stoller Smith is honored to team up with his friends from the farm, vineyard and sea to present culinary events throughout the year, both at Timberline and at locations around the country. An expert in food and wine pairing, Chef Stoller Smith’s menus combined with Timberline’s stellar views entice all of the senses. Join us for one of Timberline’s many food events. Taste and toast Oregon!

Timberline Christmas


With snow on the mountain, a fire roaring in the rustic fireplace and festive activities for all to enjoy, Timberline Lodge really is the perfect place to celebrate holidays. Chef Jason Stoller Smith creates multi-course holiday menus that truly capture the essence of the seasons. Click the links below for specific details. 

Timberline Holiday Schedule

May 8, 2016: Mother’s Day
November 24, 2016: Thanksgiving
December 9, 2016: Christmas Tree Lighting
December 24, 2016: Christmas Eve
December 25, 2016: Christmas Day
December 31, 2016: New Year’s Eve
February 14, 2017: Valentines Day Dinner
April 16, 2017: Easter

Please call (503) 272-3267 to make your holiday event reservations. Visit our Events page for more details.

food and wine pairing events


Timberline’s exclusive Winemakers Dinner Series pairs the Northwest’s bounty of wine and food with the exhilarating views from Mt Hood. Silcox Hut, located high above Timberline Lodge near the Palmer Snowfield, is the must-see location for these special food and wine pairing events. An awe-inspiring six course meal is prepared by Executive Chef Jason Stoller Smith. Each course is expertly paired with wine from vineyards throughout Oregon and Washington.

2016 Winemakers Dinner Series
Thursday, Feb 18, 2016: Remy Wines
Thursday, March 31, 2016: Belle Pente Vineyards & Winery

Please email or call (503) 272-3267 to make your Timberline Winemakers Dinner reservations

food and wine pairing events


The International Pinot Noir Celebration is a three-day event that features 70 of the world’s top Pinot Noir producers alongside world-class northwest cuisine. A long-standing tradition of the IPNC, the Salmon Bake dramatically showcases wild salmon roasted on alder stakes over a huge custom-built fire pit. Timberline Chef Jason Stoller Smith has participated in the IPNC for over 10 years, and the last five as the master of the Salmon Bake. In 2010, he took the Salmon Bake to Washington, D.C., where he built the massive fire pit on the front lawn of the White House and prepared salmon for a picnic hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.

The 29th Annual IPNC will be held July 29 – 31, 2016 at Linfield College in McMinnville, OR. Tickets for the Full Weekend are available at the Early Bird rate starting Dec 31, 2015. Tickets for the Salmon Bake and Passport to Pinot will be available Spring 2016. Register Online or by phone at (800)775-4762.