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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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    Timberline Lodge Brings Sustainable Beef From Gate to Plate

    Historic Lodge Partners with Deschutes River Beef to Raise Humane, Local, and Sustainable Beef Timberline Lodge, OR: Historic Timberline Lodge and Ski Area has partnered with ranchers Keith Nantz and Rory Wilson of Deschutes River Beef by purchasing 52 head of cattle for the lodge’s proprietary beef program. “Timberline is not only proud of its […]Read More
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      Jozsi Dedication

      Timberline and Ski Tek Alumni Honor Jozsi Kabdebo by Dedicating “Jozsi’s” Dubbed “The Most Committed Man in Skiing” by Powder Magazine in 2012, Jozsi (pronounced Yo-shi) Kabdebo is getting a Timberline ski run named in his honor at the ski area’s Winter Kickoff Party on Saturday December 19th at 10:15am. Kabdebo, who most skiers simply refer to […]Read More
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        Timberline Partners with The Lumberyard

        Timberline and The Lumberyard Bike Park offer reciprocal discounts to season pass holders and members! Timberline Season Pass Holders receive a 15% discount on regular admissions and party rates on rental bikes any time. Likewise, The Lumberyard Bike Park Season and Annual Members get a 15% discount on mid-week lift tickets at Timberline through March 30, 2016. […]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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