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Guest Stories

This blog is all about celebrating the sport and the mountain we enjoy so much and sharing it with others. It's a chance to declare why skiing and snowboarding are so enlivening and to provide some insight into those passionate people who pursue the slopes in search of .. what?

Tell us about your most memorable day at Mt. Hood Meadows, who you were here with and what made it so special? Share with us that day you conquered the trail you had avoided but wanted to explore for so long. Did you have a chance encounter on the slopes that led to a life-time relationship? Enlighten us! We are all adventurer seekers so satisfy our taste for excitement and curiosity. Pique our interest with your story.

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3 Comments

  1. Dan McDonald

    January 5, 2010

    I like the Jumps on HRM chair. That is a great use of that flat useless run! Plus people can hit jumps while others in their party can go down an easy run. How about some more jumps like that on HR Ex? That way we can ride the hih speed quad and hit jumps at night. You had a run like that a few years ago on North Canyon.

  2. rob baumgarten

    January 19, 2010

    ON Wed. the 13th, my 5 year old son and I were enjoying the windy ski day. We were the only ones skiing down to the Shooting star lift when we noticed that it was closed. When we got there the lift was on wind stand-by. The 4 operators were extemely helpful saying that we probably could get on in a little bit. After 15 minutes they said we could go up but it was going to be a windy ride. They ran it at a slower speed and one of the operators followed us up to the top on a snowmobile to make sure we were ok. My son loved the windy ride and I thought that the employees at Meadows are the best. Thanks again to those guys at the Shooting Star lift, they made my day!

  3. Carol

    March 4, 2010

    Oh i had great time I am heading up Friday to do it again.

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