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Celebrate 50 years of powder at Anthony Lakes Ski Area.
Snowbiking at Hoodoo
Try snowbiking at Hoodoo Ski Area in Sisters.
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America's largest night ski area, Mt. Hood Skibowl, lights up 34 runs at night.
The playful and varied terrain of Mt. Hood Meadows welcomes and challenges all levels of skiers and snowboarders.

Oregon’s 13 ski areas offer a huge range of skiing, snowboarding and other snow sports fun — from bombing the black diamond to chilling on the bunny hill. From destination resorts and luxurious lodges to community ski hills, here’s a peek into a few of Oregon’s favorite snowy slopes.

Anthony Lakes: 50 years of skiing fun
50 years of powder snow, a tradition of friendliness, and thousands of years of incredible scenery. Join Anthony Lakes as they celebrate 50 years of creating memories at Oregon’s highest base elevation ski area. Ski, ride or glide on mountain peaks, then head to the valley for beautiful accommodations at the Geiser Grand Hotel.

Mt. Hood Skibowl: porch-to-powder
Test your skiing and snowboarding skills on 65 runs during the day at Mt. Hood Skibowl, then power through the 34 runs lit up at night at America’s largest night ski area. Relax in the new luxury condos at Collins Lake Resort, where your porch-to-powder shuttle service will bring you slope-side in mere minutes.

Hoodoo Ski Area: zoom down the Autobahn
Enjoy fresh powder, great times and a fabulous family vacation  at Hoodoo Ski Area. Make your base camp at Black Butte Ranch, where you can book a package that includes lift tickets passes to Hoodoo’s Autobahn tubing hill, pizza dinner and two movie tickets for the Sisters Movie House.

Mt. Hood Meadows: terrain for all
Head to Mt. Hood Meadows for some of Oregon’s best and most varied skiing and snowboarding terrain, perfect for beginners and experts alike. Ski and stay packages at Best Western Plus Hood River Inn, Cooper Spur Mountain Resort and Mt. Hood Vacation Rentals give you plenty of cozy accommodation options. And a visit to the big mountain wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the historic Timberline Lodge – a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat for everyone to enjoy.

about author Emily Forsha

Emily Forsha is Travel Oregon’s Content & Community Manager. When she’s not road tripping around the state with her husband and two young boys, this proud native Oregonian is cooking up new recipes in her kitchen, sampling the latest craft brews and cheering on her beloved Oregon Ducks.

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  1. Catherine says…

    My husband and I travelled the Oregon coast last September. We had the best time visiting Mt. Hood the ocean, dunes and hiking mountains, waterfalls and the volcanic Creator and the caves! This is a beautiful State that I would gladly return for a vacation!

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