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flag spbmx
Posted: Apr 9, 2012 at 7:53 Quote
Who knows when the bike park at Timberline opens? I can't find anything on their website.

flag rav400
Posted: Apr 16, 2012 at 10:05 Quote
Hopefully JRNolan will post some opening day info on the forums or their FB page soon

flag Steel-City
Posted: Apr 16, 2012 at 18:50 Quote
Pm'd JR the other day and he replied Memorial Day. Said he has been working on the trails. Really looking forward to riding Timberline.

According to Wisp's website, they are open. Plan on getting some pre-memorial day riding in there.

flag motobutane
Posted: Apr 28, 2012 at 16:37 Quote
They generated a lot of interest last year and now they have been quiet.Seems like they would post up some pre-season info?

flag JRNolan
Posted: May 24, 2012 at 12:01 Quote
Timberline WV Bike Park will open May 25 2012. THAT IS TOMORROW!!

Timberline SEASON PASS $150
No Bunk House this year
More new trails this season
Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays

If you have never been here I invite you to come on out.

Timberline is:
Not for beginners
Hand built, natural terrain with tasty features that compliment the natural terrain
NOT MACHINE GROOMED
$25/day
camping friendly
Devoid of attitude
open 10 to 6 or later
1000ft. vert
NOT CROWDED
dedicated to the few that know about us - the lucky ones

JR

visit here:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Timberline-WV-DownhillXC-Bike-Center/111279022270356

flag sdcrash
Posted: May 30, 2012 at 15:54 Quote
Favorite place to ride!!!! Fastest steepest trails around!

flag motobutane
Posted: May 30, 2012 at 16:03 Quote
Yeah I think we are gonna get in a Friday near the end of June before we head to SS. Fast & steep hmmmm sounds like it will quench my adrenaline fix for the day.

flag DKilby
Posted: Jun 1, 2012 at 6:08 Quote
Where is a good place to stay around Timberline? Planning on going this sat and sun.

flag JRNolan
Posted: Jun 1, 2012 at 7:21 Quote
The Hotel at the base of the lift is good. 100ft walk to lift.

flag JRNolan
Posted: Jun 6, 2012 at 10:24 Quote
Timberline will stop running the lifts at 4:00PM this Saturday, June 9.

Re-opening: 10AM-6PM Sunday, June10.

flag sdcrash
Posted: Jun 6, 2012 at 11:03 Quote
Do u guys start running the lift a 10 on sat?10-4?

flag WP0l3
Posted: Jun 27, 2012 at 18:43 Quote
has anyone ridden at both timberline and seven springs? If so which do you prefer? I love springs but I'm trying to decide if it would be worth a trip to timberline a few times as well, they're both the same distance from me

flag nf99
Posted: Jun 27, 2012 at 19:00 Quote
Ive ridden both regularly over the last couple seasons. They aren't really in the same category. 7Springs is a bike park with some tech but mainly groomed trails. Timberline is a collection of natural tech with a few man-made obstacles thrown in for good measure. They both have something to offer depending on your preferences.

If you want great jumps, and well manicured trails go to 7S. If you want fast, natural, tech go to TLine. You won't be disappointed in either.

flag sdcrash
Posted: Jun 27, 2012 at 19:47 Quote
WP0l3 wrote:
has anyone ridden at both timberline and seven springs? If so which do you prefer? I love springs but I'm trying to decide if it would be worth a trip to timberline a few times as well, they're both the same distance from me
Def check it out! Worth the trip... Imo. Im 5 hours away and go as much as i can

flag WP0l3
Posted: Jun 27, 2012 at 20:08 Quote
Cool, thanks guys! I'll probably keep going to springs more often than not since I love the jump trails, and the shed in frederick, md has more than enough rocky technical riding for me. I'll definitely give this place a visit or two though to mix it up!

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  • Nathan M.
    • Nathan M.
    • Beaverton, OR
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    • 5 reviews
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    4.0 star rating 10/21/2017

    You can't really say anything bad about timberline in regards to the actual runs themselves. Storming Norman in my opinion is still the best run on the mountain. You have the option to cruise, or hit the terrain park on your way down. They've also got a few slope's that you can literally glide over getting about a foot of air each time around.

    I can't comment on the lodge itself but if you're looking for a good day skiing, timber line is a awesome place.

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  • Food Physicist D.
    • Food Physicist D.
    • Seattle, WA
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    3.0 star rating 10/12/2017

    A very mixed experience..  
    First of all.. all three of the stars are for the lodge itself (Pretty impressive architecture, history and presence after 80 years) and of course for the amazing Mt. Hood.  

    It was very obvious that the management is greatly lacking in giving this historical landmark the respect it deserves.  We had problems before we even arrived.

    - $50 charge for early check-in (that was a first).  When I reacted at the outrageousness of that, the guy on the phone said they could do a "complimentary" early check-in... like they were doing me a favor.
    - Tried to order flowers for the room ahead of time for a celebration...the hotel recommended a local florist.  Left a million messges for the florist, but no calls were returned.  Asked the hotel for help and they tried to sell us a $40 wine and cheese package instead.
    - Front desk staff is mostly sad.  They looked overwhelmed and tired.  Not a fun greeting after such a long drive.  
    - Both times we ate at the Cascade room, we were charged for items that we didn't order.
    - $4 for a regular cup of coffee (usually coffee is free to guests no matter what the hotel)
    - Many members at both dining rooms also looked overwhelmed like they were short staffed.
    -  When it snowed, the walkways from the steps to the parking lots were not cleared.  Lots of older guests were having trouble just getting to their car.
    -  After a snow, then a melt, then a deep freeze, the parking lot wa like a skating rink.  No sign of putting down salt or sand.

    It was very confusing on whether the management wants the lodge to be a ski resort or a 5 star hotel.  If the later, we expect a whole lot more..

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  • Romeo K.
    • Romeo K.
    • San Jose, CA
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    • Elite ’17
    4.0 star rating 9/28/2017
    • 1 check-in

    In A Nutshell:

    -Snow in September?
    -Yup, that's what was there on a late September 2017 weekend.
    -A short drive (1+ hour) from downtown Portland is all it takes to reach Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood.
    -It's a very scenic drive to get here w/ little to no traffic.
    -There was plenty of parking & the lodge obviously wasn't at full capacity.
    -I would imagine this place gets crazy during the winter.
    -The scenery was breathtaking, luckily the smoke from the Oregon fires didn't interfere w/ the horizon.

    Overall, they have a cool gift shop & a paved trail that will lead you up to the lifts.

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  • Brian D.
    • Brian D.
    • Portland, OR
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    5.0 star rating 3/30/2017
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    Come up, come up, wherever you are!  (6000 feet up)  

    This grand lodge, built Circa 1937, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977. It is a MUST see for anyone visiting Oregon.

    Growing up in Portland and being part of a large family without a lot of money, skiing Mt. Hood wasn't an option (we went sledding instead). Visiting the lodge and checking it out is free!

    As we drove up to the mountain, we would entertain ourselves along the way with games, and landmarks; The Ivy Bear and Dee's Drive Inn to name a few.

    Once you climb to the top, there is ample parking in the sprawling lots that surround the lodge.

    There are 3 restaurants/bars in the main building.

    The lack of vegan options has kept me from enjoying a full meal here, but it looks like the menu is evolving and this makes me a happy camper.

    Here is the lowdown on the vegan items.

    The Cascade Dinning Room:(my favorite) with the large windows looking out to the snow.
    Lentil Field Roast $30
    Arugula salad (nix the cheese) $14
    Olive plate $8

    Ram's Head Bar: located on the second floor balcony. The table seating, surrounds the rustic stone chimney, with breathtaking views of the mountain.
    Castelvetrano Olives  $8
    Smoked Almonds(?)  $8

    Blue Ox Bar: Hidden away just behind the main lobby, looks like a medieval dungeon.
    Castelvetrano Olives  $8
     
    Fun facts:

    The 1980 movie, The Shining, used aerial shots of Timberline Lodge as part of its opening scene, and exterior footage for some establishing shots of the fictional Overlook Hotel.
    RedRum!

    The central section of the lodge is hexagonal, with a stone chimney stack 92 feet high and 14 feet wide. There are six fireplace openings, three on the ground floor, three on the first floor, and each one is five feet wide and seven feet high.

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  • Stephanie G.
    • Stephanie G.
    • Hendersonville, TN
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    5.0 star rating 10/17/2017

    WOW - What a great experience. Our room was great, the food yummy and staff amazing. My husband slipped and fell on the ice and Scott and his team could not have been more helpful and professional. Look forward to another visit!

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  • Seanye W.
    • Seanye W.
    • Seattle, WA
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    5.0 star rating 9/26/2017

    Fun historic lodge with great vibes, awesome views and a very homey feel. Great staff throughout and I was stoked that the fire was (almost) always burning. Great breakfast buffet! Delicious cocktails and such a cool history!

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  • Tom A.
    • Tom A.
    • Portland, OR
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    • Elite ’17
    5.0 star rating 2/10/2017

    The service was excellent and the lunch buffet was very good. Deserts were the best item. They had a Swedish Cherry Cream that rocked my world! Amazingly complex layer of flavors from only a few items.

    It's a stunning setting that makes it a perfect place to plan a good meal in a great setting.

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  • Westie W.
    • Westie W.
    • Kensington, CT
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    3.0 star rating 9/4/2017

    We stopped by the lodge on our way from Hood River to Bend.  The drive up to the lodge is magnificent with may places to stop to view Mount Hood.  I had forgotten that there is skiing and snow boarding 12 months a year so I was surprised to find the parking nearly full.  Touring the lodge and gift shop was just an okay experience, but we loved the setting.

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  • William P.
    • William P.
    • Charleston, SC
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    • Elite ’17
    4.0 star rating 4/15/2017
    • 2 check-ins

    Nice and beautiful lodge located on the foothills of Mt. Hood at 6,000ft. Rooms are nice and bathroom is in common with other guests. Parking is some kind limited. A buffet, type restaurant is located closed by. Prices are a little expensive, but overall a good place to enjoy views and snow sports.

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  • Karin H.
    • Karin H.
    • Salem, OR
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    • Elite ’17
    5.0 star rating 4/24/2017
    • 1 check-in

    I am a born and bred Oregonian, but to my recollection I had never been to Timberline before.  My husband got me a weekend stay at a nearby resort as my Christmas present so while we were in the area we made the trip up to the historic lodge.  

    While it was smaller than I had envisioned, it was every inch the architectural wonder I expected.  A project of the WPA as part of FDR's New Deal, the architecture and engineering were cutting edge for the day.  The history of the lodge is interesting to read about and the lobby areas are a relaxing place to enjoy a cup of cocoa by the fire on a cold and snowy day.

    Not sure what took me so long to get there, but I would definitely go back.

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  • John U.
    • John U.
    • Franklin Lakes, NJ
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    5.0 star rating 8/22/2017

    The entire staff was phenomenal!!!  We had such an awesome stay at the Timberline Lodge from the room to the food in each restaurant!!!  The only disappointment was having to come home!  :).

    The skiing was good for August.  The highlight of our stay was the fantastic tour by the US Forestry!!  It is a must do when at the Timberline.  The history behind the lodge is remarkable and truly put the value in our stay in context.

    We are greatly looking forward to returning in the future.  Between the friendly staff and historical treasure, this is why we highly recommend others to take advantage of the opportunity to stay at the Timberline Lodge!!

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  • Violet C.
    • Violet C.
    • Portland, OR
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    4.0 star rating 8/8/2017

    This is a beautiful hotel.
    I enjoyed every facet of this stay EXCEPT dining.
    I am a vegan. It would be wonderful if these large resorts, that we pay so much for in our experience were able to feed people who were vegan too.

    I look forward to being able to update this review with new information for the other plant powered population, but at this time...pack a cooler.

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  • Rebecca T.
    • Rebecca T.
    • Santa Clara, CA
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    • 28 reviews
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    5.0 star rating 7/4/2017

    This is my second time staying here, I honestly couldn't imagine it being better than the first time but it was. I love that  its pet-friendly! Such a fun place, with a helpful fun staff. There is so much to do here!

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  • Valerie T.
    • Valerie T.
    • Kirkwood, Saint Louis, MO
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    • 181 reviews
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    • Elite ’17
    5.0 star rating 7/17/2017
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    Stayed here two nights.  If you have ever been here during the day, you know how busy and noisy it can be.  It was a pleasure to stay the night in the lodge and watch as the sun set.  It got very quiet after everyone left and it was spectacular.  Let's face it...the Pacific Northwest is fine in every single way.  Driving to the lodge is easy from Portland and it doesn't disappoint.  The staff at the lodge is nice and you can go and explore as you like.  Ski camps were going on and you can ride the lift up to the top of Mt. Hood.  Still a lot of snow when we visited in late June but they did get 700+ inches this Winter.  The lodge is very historical so watch some of the movies they offer on the main floor.  Lots of interesting information.  The rooms are really nice.  We were on the front side of the lodge with a view of the mountains.  There is no air conditioning.  You can open the window...look in your closet for a screen.  Fan and heater also available.  It was really clean and decorated just the way a lodge room should be.  Bathrooms very clean.....they offer body wash and shampoo but no conditioner if you like that for your hair.  Not a lot of places to sit things in the bathroom but who cares!  You're on a mountain!!  I highly recommend staying at Timberline Lodge.

Timberline Ski Resort

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  • Timberline Ski Resort stretches above National Landmark Timberline Lodge to offer exciting snow and mountain adventures year-round.
  • Located 60 miles east of Portland on Timberline Road off Highway 26.
  • Call (503) 272-3158 for ticket information or 1 (800) 547-1406 for Lodge reservations.

Overview

Anyone who’s seen Stanley Kubrick’s 1981 film The Shining has viewed the beautiful brick facade of Oregon’s Timberline Lodge, which sits in front of the Timberline Ski Resort on the south face of scenic Mt. Hood. Timberline’s ski season is the longest in North America and with its 8,540 top elevation and 500-600 annual inches of snowfall, this resort is one of the most popular ski vacation destinations in the U.S.

Timberline has 1,430 skiable acres, vertical lift of 3,680 feet, 32 trails, terrain parks, and halfpipes. Skiing (both alpine and Nordic), snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing, snow skating, and night skiing all can be enjoyed at Timberline. Timberline Lodge provides not only lodging in its 70 rustic guest rooms, but a taste of local and native history, souvenir shopping, and fine dining.

Location

Timberline Ski Resort is located about 60 miles east of Portland; take the Mt. Hood Scenic Highway (US 26-E) east to Timberline Lodge Road. Timberline sits on the south face of Mount Hood at 6,000 feet.

Season/Hours

Timberline’s lengthy winter season generally runs October 1 – May 31 AND the resort also has a summer ski season which begins in June (summer skiing is limited to the high Palmer Snowfield). Visitors should call ahead to confirm status and weather conditions.

Mountain Services

  • 7 ski lifts include the Magic Mile Sky Ride with a fantastic view of Mt. Hood’s summit.
  • Private or group lessons and snow camps with Timberline’s friendly, experienced, professional instructors.
  • Lodging available in Timberline Lodge’s rustic, artisan-furnished guest rooms.
  • Ski, snowboard, and high-performance equipment rentals.
  • Five restaurants and a gift shop.

Contact Information

  • Tickets: (503) 272-3158
  • Reservations: 1 (800) 547-1406
  • Group Sales: (503) 272-3251
  • Snow Phone: (503) 222-2211

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