Set high on the shoulder of one of the most iconic peaks in the Pacific Northwest, Timberline Lodge and Ski Area continues - after 80 years - to offer one of the most exciting and unique high-alpine mountain experiences in North America.
Timberline Lodge and Ski Area is hiring for a variety of winter season positions: ski instructors, food & beverage, lift ops, hotel, and more. Timberline offers the most competitive ski industry employee benefits package around.Get a Job at Timberline
On October 8, Timberline became the first ski resort in North America to open for the 2017/2018 season. Weather permitting, the Palmer Chairlift will be open weekends for advanced skiers and snowboarders.Check Conditions
For winter 2017/18, we're proud to introduce the Discover Pass—a fun, convenient, and inexpensive way for beginner skiers and snowboarders to come to Timberline and learn at their own pace. Includes unlimited access to Bruno's Chair and beginner gear rentals.Discover the 'Discover Pass'
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Corporate retreats, weddings, or family reunions, we can accommodate and assist any size group for any kind of gathering, and the historic lodge makes for an unforgettable venue any time of year.Learn More
From innovative and ever-changing regional cuisine in the Cascade Dining Room to the best darn cheeseburger you've ever had at a resort, dining is an activity not to be missed at Timberline.Explore Our Restaurants
Staying at Timberline's luxury condominiums—The Lodge At Government Camp—makes for a fun and unique "mountain town" experience for your next family ski vacation.Discover Our Condos
From Our Family To Yours
With the land and historic lodge owned by the U.S. Forest Service, Timberline Lodge and Ski Area has been family-operated since May 1955. Just like many of our staff, we grew up skiing on Mt. Hood and generations of our families continue to come back to this special place: an experience we’re committed to sharing with our guests.Learn More