Hoodoo Ski Area
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Whether you prefer the deep and challenging powder of Hoodoo’s backside or the finely groomed runs of the front side, the majesty of Hoodoo’s location and fun of Hoodoo’s night skiing will bring you back again and again. Even if you don’t ski we have plenty to do for everyone including the very popular Autobahn Tube Hill.
The closest ski area to Salem and the mid-Willamette Valley, Hoodoo also draws skiers from Central Oregon who find Hoodoo cheaper, deeper and steeper. The ski slopes are on a big, rounded butte, with lots of wide open terrain.
Average annual snowfall: 350 inches
Base elevation: 4668 ft.
Vertical elevation: 1035 ft.
Longest Run: 1.0 mile
Ski Acres: 806 acres
Trail Info: 30% beginner, 30% intermediate, 40% advanced
Nordic: 7.5k groomed track, plus 8.3k Skyliner trail groomed weekends and holidays.
Ski School: Yes
Snowboarding Profile: The first question newcomers ask staff is, “Where’s the terrain park?” They’ll usually find it on the Blue Valley run, full of rails, tabletops and hits.
- Admission Cost
- Bus RV Parking
- Wheel Chair Accessible
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