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Timberline Offers Primo Conditions This Spring!

While most other ski areas nationwide are in the process of closing down, Timberline Ski Area continues its 7 day a week schedule, with some of the best ski conditions of the year. There is over 150 inches of snow on the ground at the lodge level and lots more higher up on the mountain. […]Read More
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    Go Team USA!

    We love the Winter Olympics! Of course, we think the major ski and snowboard events are the best, but we are biased. The Winter Olympics are an extra special time here at Timberline because so many of the Olympians train here each and every summer. Timberline’s Palmer Snowfield, is the training ground and the proving […]Read More
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      Transportation Update – Fusion Shuttle & More

      Last Weekend For Mt. Hood Fusion Shuttle With Mt. Hood Skibowl opening up for full operations, this will be the LAST weekend we run the Mt. Hood Fusion Shuttle. As a courtesy and service to our pass holders, we took on the added expense of operating this shuttle as a supplemental mode of transportation to […]Read More
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        Snow In Portland = Awesome At Timberline!

        Winter has definitely arrived on Mt. Hood.  Heck, it even arrived in Portland! We’ve received 11” of snow in the past 72 hours, and the forecast is calling for more this weekend. Snow conditions are AMAZING right now. Dry fluffy powder and perfectly groomed runs are making for perfect descents from the top of all […]Read More
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          New Snow, and Plenty of It

          Finally! Plenty of fresh snow has fallen at Timberline during the last couple of days setting us all up for some of the best conditions of the year. We have nicely machined groomed slopes with powder and packed-powder skiing available this weekend.  Come and get it! Timberline is in full operation.Read More
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            Timberline Now In Full Operation

            As they say, “Good things come to those who wait.” So far, it has been an unusually dry and mild winter on Mt. Hood, but cold temperatures and snow have now returned to Timberline in a big way. In the past 72 hours, the ski area received 22 inches of snow and the forecast is […]Read More
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