Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort has accumulated more than 3 feet of new snow in a little over a week. The snow depth is more than11 feet and more snow is forecast this week, making for one of the snowiest March’s on record.
Lifts are scheduled to operate daily through April the resort will look at extending the season on weekends into May as it has in previous seasons, depending on weather, snow conditions and turnout. Meadows Unlimited Spring Season Pass is $139 allowing lift access for the rest of the season. It can be purchased at the resort or online at SkiHood.com.
The resort’s ski and snowboard school announced it will add two Steeps Clinics April 9 and April 17; and two Women’s Clinics April 10 and April 16. The popular clinics were well attended all season, and the awesome snow conditions prompted the April dates to be added.
Information on the clinics is available on the resort web site SkiHood.com. Steeps Clinic $99
(April 9th & 17th) - This clinic is designed for advanced/expert skiers and riders who want to improve their ability to ski/ride on steep terrain and in more difficult snow conditions. Groups will be divided based on ability and terrain preference so you will be skiing/riding with others of similar ability level and pace. Groups sizes will be no more than 7 and our expert coaches will give you individual coaching with the goal of improving your ability to maintain speed, rhythm, flow and control regardless of terrain or snow condition. All while exploring some of the best known and unknown runs at the resort. Women’s Clinic $99
(April 10th & 16th) - For women only and taught by our most certified and experienced female instructors. Work on your skiing/riding in a fun supportive environment. Participants will be grouped based on ability and desired terrain. Our focus will be on improving your skills so you can ski/ride more confidently and in more conditions. Available to intermediate and above skiers and riders. April 2–3: Hood River Appreciation Days
Music, raffles, food beer and wine sampling and $5 all you can eat tacos at the Hood River Meadows Lodge from 11 AM – 3 PM. April 4-6: 3-Day Holiday Kids Camp
Three day camps provide a great way for kids to play while advancing their ski or snowboading technique, etiquette and mountain safety knowledge. Alpine lessons for students age 4-12, and snowboard lessons for students ages 7-12. April 4-6: 3-Day Freestyle Camp
Whether preparing for competition, or just looking to enter the park for the first time, this camp is a great way to progress your freestyle skills. The camp is open to intermediate level skiers and riders ages 7-14. Each day of camp includes 5 hours of coaching with a park specialized instructor. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: jumps, half-pipe, rails and boxes, flatland, all mountain freestyle, park safety, and etiquette. April 9: Full Sail Banked Slalom
5th annual Full Sail Banked Slalom ski and snowboard divisions run on the Banked Slalom course on Daisy Bowl. $4400 cash plus prizes! Register online in advance @ SkiHood.com. Helmets are required for competition. April 9 & 17: Steeps Clinic
Designed for advanced/expert skiers and riders who want to improve their ability to ski/ride on steep terrain and in more difficult snow conditions. April 10 & 16: Women's Clinic
For women only and taught by our most certified and experienced female instructors. Work on your skiing/riding in a fun supportive environment. April 23: Mazot Fest
Fun race held mid-mountain with the finish at the Mazot to celebrate the season and raise money for the Avalanche Dog program. Presented by Double Mountain Brewery April 30: Sno-Kona Pond Skim
The 5th Annual Sno-Kona Pond Skim by Kona Brewing and All About Hawaii Travel. Skiers and snowboarders "skim" across a water-filled pond right in front of the base area deck. Best judged skimmer wins a trip for two to Hawaii!