Winter 2020/2021 Ski and Snowboarding Season Pass Info

As winter approaches, our heartfelt sympathies go out to everyone in the region impacted by the unprecedented forest fire conditions, devastation of property and loss of life. This, in combination with a global pandemic and general uncertainties, has proven to be an extremely difficult time for all. We look forward to ski season and the joy that it brings.

Timberline has been working hard on winter operation plans, building on what we learned from our spring and summer ski seasons, while collaborating in an industry wide safety and operational effort driven by the National Ski Areas Association's Ski Well, Be Well Program. This winter, it is our goal to deliver quality customer service in a healthy environment. You will undoubtedly notice a change in our operations, these are necessary to move forward and offer everyone the opportunity to get back on Mt. Hood snow.

Operational Plans

Capacity management is complex at Timberline because of its public nature and its diversity of users beyond ski area guests.

It is important to keep in mind, if we have to manage capacity, it will most likely be for early season, peak holidays, and weekends. With some planning and flexibility, people should get to ski or ride most of the days they want. Based on historical visitation and the current Covid landscape, most days at Timberline will be available to ski if it matches with typical demand. We are not sure if we can predict all of the peak days in the current Covid environment, but we are prepared to learn and make adjustments if visitation patterns change. Capacity management is simply a tool that will have to be used to keep everyone healthy.

  • To avoid overcrowding and keep everyone healthy, we have a plan to manage resort capacity with an online registration process if necessary. The online registration process will include a mandatory Covid questionnaire.
  • All Timberline visitors who wish to ski or snowboard will potentially need to make an advanced online reservation.
  • Details on the online reservation process will be released at a later time.
  • Customers should expect capacity management, at the beginning of the season (possibly longer) and for peak holidays and weekends.
  • Timberline’s capacity will be managed according to what the current Health and Responsibility scenario require. As such, capacity will be subject to increase and decrease at any time.
  • Reservation inventory will be divided between pass holders and day lift ticket purchases, with the goal of getting most of our customers on hill most of the days desired.
  • Daily lift ticket reservation inventory and purchases will be managed through our online reservation system if necessary.
  • We are excited to commission our third generation Pucci chairlift this winter. It is a detachable quad that will mean the entire area will be served by fast four place chairs. This will allow for a further balancing of skiers and riders on the hill.
  • In an effort to provide current information and help guests upon their arrival, we will manage a checkpoint on the Timberline Road.
  • Timberline Ski and Ride school will be offering private lessons only. Click here for more details on private lesson products.
  • Timberline Kids Club will not operate this winter.
  • Ski and Snowboard rentals will require social distancing protocols. Details will be released at a later time.
  • All uphill traffic visitors will be required to park in the Salmon River lot. When the Salmon River lot is full, access will be closed until parking spaces become available.
  • The Timberline Resort Shuttle will not operate at the beginning of the season. We will reassess as we move through the winter. The Mt. Hood Express anticipates operating.
  • Expect modified Day Lodge, parking lot, and food & beverage operations.

Timberline looks forward to welcoming our guests back with the intention to responsibly offer much needed relief through outdoor recreation. It is with an ethos of creation, healing and purpose that we look forward to the winter season with modified ski area and hotel operations. Please be mindful while visiting Timberline by adhering to the following guidelines:

  • Guests will be asked to self-group and visit Timberline with immediate household members, people in their traveling party or individuals they are consistently exposed to or spending time with.
  • Complete a Covid questionnaire provided in the online registration process for skiers or at front desk for hotel guests.
  • Wear a cloth face mask at all times indoors, in lift lines, on chairlifts and when unable to maintain 6’ physical distancing outdoors.
  • Wash hands frequently with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer when you cannot wash your hands.
  • Report any confirmed COVID-19 exposure.
  • Immediately notify Timberline Management if you begin to experience flu-like symptoms or test positive for COVID-19 after leaving our facility.
  • Voice concerns, ask questions, and seek clarification when necessary.
Winter 2020/2021 Season Pass Sales will be Offered in Two Groups

We would like to say thank you to our loyal pass holders. It is a challenging time, requiring changes in operations and potentially more planning on your part. Making a season pass commitment may be different this year, but we believe it still provides the best value for lift access on Mt. Hood and we very much appreciate your willingness to share the season and experience it with us.

For both groups, Winter 2020/2021 Season Passes will be mailed and not available for pickup at Timberline. All Timberline and Fusion pass products are non-refundable, with no exceptions. If the past six months have taught us anything, it is we have to remain flexible and operations can be severely effected by matters out of our control. We understand these new processes and policies are unfamiliar and could be somewhat inconvenient. They are simply necessary as the situation presents itself and are meant to deliver a healthy environment for Timberline guests and employees while they enjoy time on the mountain.

Timberline values and recognizes its customers as the cornerstone for delivering 84 great years on Mt. Hood. Undoubtedly, there will be changes as we move through winter. We will adjust plans accordingly and communicate as quickly and clearly as possible. Patience and tolerance are more important than ever. We are all in this together! Timberline’s Winter 2020/2021 skiing and snowboarding season success will require everyone’s cooperation, and we thank you in advance for your help.

Ski and ride any day of the week at Timberline Lodge through May 31, 2021.

TIMBERLINE WEEKDAY PASS Ski and ride at Timberline Lodge any weekday until March 26 (Monday through Friday except holiday/peak dates), and then the pass ‘pluses’ to an unlimited season pass through May 31, 2021. Holiday/peak dates: 11/26 - 11/27, 12/21 - 1/1, 1/18, 2/15.

TIMBERLINE PARENTHOOD PASS Made for families with kids too young to ski. One parent can watch the kids, while the other gets out on the hill. Additional discounts help your whole family ski together when you can - 25% discount on additional day ticket for parent not using pass (if you both want to ski together on the same day), 25% discount on Bruno’s-only lift tickets for children, 10% discount on all Ski & Ride School Services. One Parenthood Pass per family. A parent is defined as a legal guardian.

MT. HOOD FUSION PASS Ski and ride at both Timberline Lodge and Mt. Hood Skibowl. When you buy a Fusion Pass, you get Powder Alliance privileges for FREE. Which means you’ve got up to 3 tickets at 18 more resorts. That’s 54 FREE lift tickets to some of the best resorts in the world. Valid through May 31, 2021.


October 5 - 18, 2020: Group 1 includes all 2019/2020 Timberline and Fusion Season Passholders who want to renew their pass for the 2020/2021 season and take advantage of their pass credit. Pass credits must be used by Oct. 18th. The only exception is for 2020 Spring Passholders, who may use their credit for winter pass products through Oct. 18th or when Spring Passes go on sale in March 2021. All pass holders will receive an email on Oct. 5th with instructions for applying pass credits and purchasing a pass.

Timberline Season Pass, Adult 25-64 $100 $554
Timberline Season Pass, Teen 15-24 $50 $314
Timberline Season Pass, Junior 7-14 $35 $194
Timberline Season Pass, Senior 65-70 $35 $194
Timberline Weekday Plus $50 $314
Timberline Parenthood Pass $100 $564
Timberline Spring Pass $75 TBA
Fusion Pass, Adult 25-64 $100 $654
Fusion Pass, Teen 15-24 $50 $414
Fusion Pass, Junior 7-14 $35 $294
Fusion Pass Senior 65-70 $35 $294


October 19 - November 8, 2020: Group 2 includes new season pass customers wishing to purchase a Timberline or Fusion Season Pass. Based on how many season passes are renewed by Group 1, new season pass availability could be restricted.

2019/2020 SEASON PASS PRODUCT 2020/2021 PRICE
Timberline Season Pass, Adult 25-64 TBA - to be announced
Timberline Season Pass, Teen 15-24 TBA
Timberline Season Pass, Junior 7-14 TBA
Timberline Season Pass, Senior 65-70 TBA
Timberline Weekday Plus TBA
Timberline Parenthood Pass TBA
Timberline Spring Pass TBA
Fusion Pass, Adult 25-64 TBA
Fusion Pass, Teen 15-24 TBA
Fusion Pass, Junior 7-14 TBA
Fusion Pass Senior 65-70 TBA

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