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At 8,50 scyyzuyr. timberland Stiefel für Frauen0 feet, Timberline Ski Resort looks out at more than a million acres of Mt. Hood National Forest, but most people don't go there just to look. Skiing and snowboarding the ancient Palmer Snowfield on the upper south face of Mount Hood is a year round affair, attracting more than 50,000 visitors each summer alone.

2016-2017 Winter Season Lift Tickets

Age Time Regular Peak* Adult (18-64) Anytime $68 $74   Afternoon (12pm – 4pm) $60 $64   Night (4pm – 9pm) $29 $32         Teen (15-17) Anytime $58 $61   Afternoon (12pm – 4pm) $49 $49   Night (4pm – 9pm) $29 $32         Junior (7-14) Anytime $46 $46   Night (4pm – 9pm) $29 $32         Senior (65-70) Anytime $46 $46   Night (4pm – 9pm) $29 $32

Holiday/Peak dates for Winter 2016-2017 season include: 11/24/16 – 11/27/16, 12/17/16 – 1/2/17, 1/16/17, 2/20/17, and weekends (Sat/Sun) from 1/1/17 – 3/5/17.

MONTHS ON SNOW

Offering the most vertical feet in the northwest, at 3,590, Timberline Lodge Ski Area has something for all levels of skiing, any day of the year. In the winter, Timberline receives so much snowfall they often use snow cats to dig out their chairlifts. With so much snow, skiing conditions are generally phenomenal, whether up on the wide-open snowfield or down in the lower glades. In summer, Palmer Snowfield provides enough snow for a wide variety of snow sports, most notably skiing, both recreational and alpine racing, and snowboarding. Indeed, Timberline crawls with Olympic and World Cup skiers and snowboarders all summer long as they prepare for the upcoming winter season.

HISTORIC LANDMARK

The historic Timberline Lodge, located at 6,000 feet, still operates as the resort's main lodging option. A National Historic Monument, the majestic lodge was erected from 1936 to 1938 as part of the Depression-era Works Progress Administration, allotting much-needed jobs to local laborers. Franklin Delano Roosevelt dedicated the building in 1937. In 1939, the Magic Mile chairlift was unveiled, becoming the longest running chairlift on the continent at that time.

Whether you come to Timberline for the skiing or for the cozy ambience of the Lodge, your vacation will be an unforgettable one!

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Angel Fire Bike Park is the largest Bike Park in the Rocky Mountains and has been voted Best in the Southwest by MTBparks.com 4 years in a row! Come experience our 2,000+ vertical feet, 60+ miles of purpose built lift-served terrain featuring the best skinnies, jump lines, manicured flow and super chunk trails the United States has to offer.

 

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2017 Chairlift Schedule

9am-4pm Closed MAY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 JUNE S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 JULY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 AUGUST S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SEPTEMBER S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 OCTOBER S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Know Before You Go!

Be sure to review our Safety Tips and Policies before planning your trip. Also check out  The Top 5 Things You Should Know Before Hitting the Downhill Trails

SECTION G OREGON

South: Cascade Locks to Jefferson Park 6/26-7/4 2014.

Sections: Oregon / Section G
Tags: Equestrian issue / Extreme hazard / Snow conditions / Trail maintenance issue
By: Mark Painter (Rainier)
July 8th, 2014

Conditions good, though wet, S. On the PCT. Narrow, slippery log over the Sandy River. Snow on the last 3 miles to Timberline Lodge, but no trouble following footprints and using Halfmile App on my phone. Nice down from the Lodge. Awesome from Barlow Pass to Warm Springs River. Hundreds of trees down on trail from the river to Jude Lake due to beetle kill. I counted a dozen in a hundred yards. Mosquitos pretty heavy from Jude Lake on. Trees cleared by the Muleskinners after Jude Lake. Sam at Olallie Lake said no one has gotten through to Hwy 20 due to snow. We tried it. Steep snow chutes and slopes. If I’d had crampons and an ax and more battery power for GPS, I might have pushed on. Perilous in Cascadias. Turned back. Did Eagle Creek on the way back to the Locks. Awesome as always.

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Snow from Timberline Lodge to Sandy River, clear from there to Cascade Locks

Sections: Oregon / Section G
Tags: Snow conditions / Water conditions
By: Paul
June 27th, 2014

The section of trail from Timberline Lodge to Sandy River still has snow on it but it is passable. From Sandy River to Cascade Locks, the trail is clear and beautiful (if you’re lucky enough to avoid the rain!) Sources of water every 5 miles or so. Buena suerte!

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Logs Cleared – Trail Cleared from Lolo Pass to Wahtum Lake

Sections: Oregon / Section G
By: Leif Hovin
July 29th, 2013

Just finished the last of the logouts – the trail is now cleared of logs from Lolo Pass to Wahtum Lake.

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Muddy Fork bridge closure

Sections: Oregon / Section G
By: Jack Haskel
January 18th, 2013

The temporary hiker bridge across Muddy Fork is damaged and closed. All trail users will need to ford the Muddy Fork at the equestrian crossing or detour around the crossing. BEWARE: This can be a difficult and dangerous ford, especially during periods of high runoff! Do not enter the water if it looks dangerous. A detour could include heading out the Ramona Falls trailhead road, heading up to the Top Spur trailhead and then rejoining the PCT where it intersects with the Timberline Trail.

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July 20, 2012

Sections: Oregon / Section G

I hiked OR Section G 17-19 July. Trail clear from Barlow Pass to easily-crossed snowfields just before Timberline Lodge. After Timberline snow drifts covering trail in many places for several miles. These can be readily crossed with care in kicking steps. I did not need ice axe.

Nice makeshift log bridge, with rope handrails, at PCT crossing of Sandy River. Muddy Fork easily crossed (with care) on couple of logs where PCT first reaches it. Remainder of trail north to Cascade Locks clear and in good condition. I took “official” PCT, not Eagle Creek alternate.

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July 17, 2012

Sections: Oregon / Section G

Completed Barlow Pass to Lolo Pass in 1 day. The snow at and just past Timberline lodge made it hard to find the trail, halfmiles gps waypoints saved me. The river crossing were pretty safe and easy to cross. The zigzag river gave me a little trouble with rock hoping.

Day 2 from Lolo Pass to Eagle Creek trailhead. Clear and snow free. Caution!! There was water near mile marker 2125 but then nothing until Indian Springs campground at mile marker 2138!! Also, I was able to get cell phone reception on the ridge that was due west of Lost Lake.

Indian Spring trail to Eagle Creek trail is a very steep, narrow trail that was on the side of a steep hill most of the way. It also has a lot of blowdowns. Eagle creek is one of the most beautiful trails I’ve ever seen, but also one of the scariest. The trail is cut into a cliff face with a sheer drop, a lot of the way. The trail was incredibly rocky, which was not pleasant on my sore and blistered feet.

You can find the track of my trail at sportstracker.com. just use the map to narrow in on mt hood and you’ll see it. My pics are also geotagged to the track.

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July 8, 2012

Sections: Oregon / Section G

Just returned from a day hike on the NW side of Mt. Hood. We were mainly hiking on the Timberline Trail but the section of the PCT by Bald Mt appears to have been snow-free for quite some time. We were in this area last year about this time and couldn’t even park at the trail head due to snow. The elevation of the PCT in that area is about 4300 feet. On the Timberline Trail we didn’t encounter snow until we were at about 5300 feet. It was 75 degrees – the snow can’t last much longer!

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June 21, 2012

Sections: Oregon / Section G

6-21-12
Hello summer!!!!!
The trail is starting to take shape with this most recent round of warm weather after over a foot of fresh snow fell on areas above 5500′. Patches of snow are lingering above 5100′ in shady / wind-favored locations. Snowpack is 4′-10′ at the 6000′ level on the Southern and Western aspects of Mt. Hood and is going fast.

I’d expect snow-free conditions through all of this section as early as July 10’th so long as weather patterns keep the freezing level above 7000′. It’s 65 degrees, and not a cloud in the sky at Timberline right Meow.

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