: Uncrowded slopes at Mt. Hood Meadows. (Photo credit: Richard Hallman)

Best Midweek Deals at Oregon Ski Areas

January 29, 2019
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Ski areas are rolling out deals to tempt you to get on the slopes midweek. With easier commutes to the mountain, more elbowroom on the slopes and a quieter overall experience, there’s plenty of reasons to take them up on their offers. These deals are in addition to the reduced price mid-week (non-peak) lift ticket prices that many resorts already offer.

Mt. Hood Meadows Three-Time Midweek Ticket for $149

Mt. Hood Meadows’ best deal going is the three-time midweek lift ticket offered for $149. This all-mountain lift access is valid for any three weekdays, Monday through Friday, during the 2018-19 season. (Blackout dates include December 17 through January 1, Presidents’ Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day.) In addition to this offer, Mt. Hood Meadows new dynamic pricing system can offer midweek deals as low as $49. Visitors will need to purchase tickets on discounted dates online in advance to take advantage of this pricing.

Hoodoo Military Monday & Thrifty Thursday Deals

Hoodoo Ski Area on Santiam Pass offers weekday deals on both Mondays and Thursdays. On Military Mondays, service members are offered two-for-one tickets with a valid military ID. This is a savings on the regular weekday adult (13-64) rate of $54.

Hoodoo is closed Tuesday and Wednesday, and then everyone is invited back to enjoy Thrifty Thursdays beginning January and running through mid-March, featuring discounted lift tickets for just $25. Night skiing is included in this deal, which means visitors can get their fill of skiing and riding from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Hoodoo has also partnered with U.S. Cellular for U.S. Cellular Thriftski Thursdays, which includes an all day and night lift ticket and rental for $25. To take advantage of this great deal, visitors can stop in at their locally-owned U.S Cellular store in Bend, Redmond and Prineville to pick up a coupon. These offers are valid throughout the winter with the exception of winter break, Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, Winter Carnival and Presidents’ Day Weekend.

Mt. Hood Skibowl Discounted Ladies Midweek Night Skiing

Mt. Hood Skibowl is open seven nights a week for night skiing (the resort offers both day and night skiing Friday through Sunday). The resort celebrates Ladies Night every Tuesday throughout the season with $25 lift tickets for 3 p.m. – 10 p.m. (The deal excludes the holiday season.) This celebration includes on snow fun as well as an evening raffle in the Beer Stube.

Discounted Private Ski & Snowboard Lessons at Mt. Bachelor

Mt. Bachelor is offering discounted rates for private ski and snowboard lessons midweek. A 1.5-hour private lesson is offered at $120 (compared to $230 peak pricing). This midweek deal is available during non-peak weekdays only (peak includes weekends, holidays and school breaks). Reservations should be made in advance by calling 541-382-1709.

Ladies enjoy ’80s night at Mt. Hood Skibowl.
Enjoy a beer, burger and incredible views at Creston's Grill at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort.

Half-priced Thursdays at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort

Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort (ALMR) in Eastern Oregon is offering visitors half-priced lift tickets and Nordic trail passes every Thursday through the ski season. This deal is available at the ski ticket window for half off the posted rate of an all-day ski or Nordic trail ticket. That’s half off a $40 adult ticket, $29 student (13-19) ticket, $21 children’s (7-12) ticket or $15 Nordic trail ticket— kids 6 and under and adults 70 and over are always free.

ALMR is open Thursday through Sunday, which also means that Thursdays are a good bet for scoring fresh powder!

Half-Off Midweek Lift Tickets, Rentals & Tubing At Summit Ski Area

Summit Ski Area located on the east end of Government Camp is offering 50-percent off lift tickets, rentals and tubing on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays (the ski area is closed Tuesday/Wednesday). That’s half off a $36 adult ticket (11-70), $26 junior ticket (7–10), $26 tubing ticket and the $35 all day rental package.

Lodging & Ski Deals

Free Lift Tickets with Mid-Week Stay at Collins Lake Resort

Book a midweek stay at Collins Lake Resort in Government Camp at the base of Mt. Hood for a minimum of two nights and you’ll receive two lift tickets per day redeemable at Mt. Hood Skibowl or two tickets per reservation redeemable at Timberline Lodge & Ski Area. This deal is valid for stays Sunday through Thursday, and lift tickets are valid any non-holiday weekday. Details for booking this deal are at the Collins Lake Resort website.

Timberline Lodge

Timberline Lodge & Ski Area “Stay 1 Night, 2 Ski Free” Deal

Timberline Lodge & Ski Area is Oregon’s premiere ski-in-ski-out experience and they’re offering a day of free skiing for any lodge booking Sunday through Thursday. Stay a night at the lodge and ski free the following day! This deal is available December 1, 2018 through May 23, 2019, and is for new reservations only and is available for queen, corner, or fireplace rooms. Visit Timberline Lodge for complete details and booking.

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Annie Fast
Annie Fast is a lifelong snowboarder and traveler. She was the editor of TransWorld Snowboarding Magazine and prior to that worked at the summer snowboard camps on Mt. Hood. Annie writes about outdoor adventures from her home in Bend.

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