Timberline Summit Pass Ski Area
Timberline's Summit Pass (formerly known as Summit Ski Area) as of October 1st, 2021 is now part of Timberline Ski Area Family.
Summit Pass (formerly Summit Ski Area) is the second oldest continuously operating ski area in the United States. In the center of Government Camp, Summit Pass is known for its tubing hill and is also a popular place to learn to ski, snowboard and snowshoe. With one chairlift, Summit is an alternative to the more expensive ski areas nearby on Mount Hood. The ski area, which dates to 1927, also oversees the sleding hill at Snow Bunny Sno-Park, 1.5 miles east on U.S. 26.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Open for winter season. Check webpage for info: https://www.timberlinelodge.com/mountain/summit-pass for more information.|
|Rentals & Guides:||Lessons and rentals are available at Timberline Summit Pass, visit their webpage for more information.|
|Fees:||Current ODOT Sno*Park pass required for parking from Nov. 1 through April 30th.|
|Closest Towns:||Government Camp, OR|
|Restroom:||Available at ODOT Rest Area|
|Passes:||- Current ODOT Sno*Park pass required for parking from Nov. 1 through April 30th. - The Summit Pass Season Pass allows visitors to use the ski lift at Summit Pass in Government Camp. In March the Summit Pass Season Pass upgrades to a Timberline Spring Pass, which is valid for unlimited skiing and riding throughout Timberline until end of May. Passholders also receive 25% off daily lift tickets for themselves at Timberline Lodge.|
|Operated By:||Timberline Lodge and Ski Area|
|Information Center:||https://www.timberlinelodge.com/mountain/summit-pass (503) 272-3158|
From Portland, OR - Travel east on Highway 26 for about 30 miles. Once you hit Government camp turn left at the caution light for the rest area on the east end of town. Summit Pass shares a parking lot with the rest area.