Cooper Spur Ski Area


Cooper Spur Ski Area is a full-service ski area on the north side of Mt. Hood, which is popular with younger families. The ski area features a two-person chairlift, two tubing lifts, and a beginner rope tow. These four lifts service ten alpine ski trails and two, tubing venues. The ski area is open to uphill traffic (skinning and snowshoeing) and interested parties should check in with Ski Patrol for preferred routes. The ski area is connected to Cooper Spur Mountain Resort by a groomed, Nordic trail. Trailer parking is available.

Cross country skiing and snowshoeing is available at Cooper Spur Mountain Resort. Lift served tubing, alpine skiing, snowboarding, and alpine touring opportunities are available at Cooper Spur Ski Area. 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 06/23/2020: Closed for the season, operations will resume next winter.  Visit their website for more information.
Reservations: Cooper Spur Mountain Resort (541) 352-6692
Open Season: late November - March, snowpack permitting.
Usage: Light-Medium
Closest Towns: Parkdale, OR; Odell, OR; Hood River, OR; Bingen, WA; White Salmon, WA; and Cascade Locks, OR.
Water: Potable Water
Restroom: Yes
Operated By: Special Use Permit Holder Meadows North, LLC
Information Center: Cooper Spur, (541) 352-6692
  • Hood River Ranger District, (541) 352-6002, M-F 8-4:30 Closed on federal holidays. 

General Information


From Hood River take highway 35 for 23 miles (passing by the first intersection with Cooper Spur Road in the community of Mt. Hood). Turn right (west) and travel 2.5 miles to the resort entrance. Turn left and travel in a southerly direction for one additional mile to reach the alpine skiing, snowboarding, and tubing facility.

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