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Cooper Spur specializes in presenting affordable winter fun for the whole family, offering 10 runs of fun for skiing and snowboarding and a tubing center! Eighty percent of the terrain at Cooper Spur is beginner and intermediate, providing an ideal learning environment. With station-based classes, skiers start with a short lesson, then go skiing and come back for more help throughout the day as needed. Meanwhile, parents can sit at the lodge and survey the entire area, relaxing with confidence while their children explore the 50-acre winter playground, which includes 10 ski runs and two lift-served tubing runs.
Average Annual Snowfall: 100 inches
Base elevation: 4000 ft.
Vertical elevation: 350 ft.
Longest Run: 0.3 miles
Ski Acres: 50 acres
Trail Info: 40% beginner, 40% intermediate, 20% expert
Nordic: The Mount Hood National Forest’s Tilly Jane trail system begins nearby
Ski School: Yes
Snowboarding Profile: No terrain park, but snowboarder-wannabes can benefit from the ski area’s unique approach to teaching. The All Access Pass includes a lift ticket, a pass for the tubing center and rental equipment. Roving instructors are around all day long.
- Bus RV Parking
- Wheel Chair Accessible
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