Winter Sports

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All but one commercial ski areas have CLOSED for the season.  As of Friday, May 15 Timerline will have a limited opening to skiers & riders with a mandatory online reservation.  If you don't have a reservation, you will not be allowed access!
Stay out of the backconutry in high elevations!  There is less traffic out there- which means limited ski patrol, fewer good samaritans, and increased emergency response times.

 

View a drop-down menu of commercial winter recreation areas at Mt Hood:

 

 

View a list of all Sno-Parks at Mt Hood:

A snow covered scene with trees and a meadowCheck out a list of Sno-Parks at Mt Hood to search for additional areas with opportunities for backcountry or groomed nordic skiing and snowshoeing as well as snowmobiling and sledding options. 

You must have a valid Sno-Park permit in your vehicle windshield when you park in designated winter recreation areas Nov. 1 through April 30. Oregon Sno-Park permits are available at DMV offices and other vendors

 

Know Before You Go::

Northwest Avalanche Center provides vital conditions reports for Mt Hood. 

Review road conditions, resort conditions & weather forecasts for the Mt Hood area.

Your Responsibility Code. #KnowTheCode.

Areas & Activities


https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/mthood/recreation/wintersports