Environment - Green Energy

Mt. Hood Meadows Operations Powered with 100% Wind Power

Through a purchase from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF), 100% of the electricity powering Mt. Hood Meadows resort operations comes from clean, wind energy. Renewable Energy Certificates purchased from BEF since 2004 have supported enough renewable energy to power over 1,115 average U.S. homes for a year. MHM has been purchasing wind energy certificates since 2002 when it purchased enough renewable energy to offset operations of the Shooting Star and Vista chairlifts. Being powered with 100% wind energy demonstrates how MHM has grown its commitment to renewable energy over the years.

“We believe purchasing 100% renewable energy to power our resort is the right thing to do,” said Meadows CEO, Matthew Drake. “The success of our SkiGreen Offset program demonstrates that our customers are very enthusiastic about renewable energy.” Learn more about SkiGreen.
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National Weather Service Forecast Northwest Avalanche Center Forecast Telemetry @ Bottom of Mt. Hood Express Grooming Report Radar Link
Snow-Forecast.com Mt. Hood Meadows Forecast Trip Check ODOT Road Report Government Camp Road Cam Avalance Reduction Operations Rod Hill Forecast Mt. Hood Meadows
National Weather Service: PDX Radar
NOAA Forecast: Latest weather forecast localized for Mt. Hood Meadows
Temira's Mt. Hood Forecast: Expert human forecast for Mt. Hood from snow reporter Temira
Snow-Forecast.com Mt. Hood Meadows forecast
NWAC Mt. Weather: Mountain weather forecast issued by the Northwest Avalanche Forecasting Center
Avalanche Reduction Operations: Status and information
24 Hour Telemetry: Last 24 hours of weather observations at the base and top of Mt. Hood Meadows Express chairlift
Grooming Report: List of runs groomed overnight between 7:30–8am daily
Road Report: Road conditions for Highways 35 and 26
Government Camp Road Cam: Get a view of Highway 26
Rod Hill: Mt. Hood Forecast
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