Mt. Hood Meadows will operate daily through May 1, and then offer two bonus weekends in May. The resort has already had one of the longest seasons in its 43 year history – operating daily since an early opening on November 20. In total Meadows will operate 167 days this season, including the four bonus days in May.
The resort has received extended winter weather through March and April fortifying its snowpack which is now at a season high twelve-and-a-half feet (150 inches). Long-awaited spring weather is expected, as clear days are in the forecast. The resort has not seen consecutive days of sunshine since before January. The sunshine and epic snowpack should create perfect spring skiing conditions.
Temira Photo M-Comm 4.17.11 Randy Boverman Photo 4.15.11
Spring can provide varied conditions such as the blue sky promise of a beautiful sunny day (Sunday) or the wintry powder we enjoyed Friday. Visit our Facebook page to vote on which conditions you prefer!
Meadows Operating Daily 9 AM – 4 PM through May 1
With the favorable conditions, the resort will continue lift operations from 9 AM – 4 PM daily through May 1, a full week longer than last season. All five high speed quads are scheduled daily (as weather conditions allow) providing access to its entire 2,777 vertical feet. The resort is committed to running terrain parks
including the popular Forest Park and Park Place serviced by the Hood River Express, as well as Rose City Park, the SuperPipe, the Zoo and Shipyard serviced by its Easy Rider lift. The resort is offering its unlimited spring pass for $139 – good through April as well as the bonus days in May.
Bonus Days May 7-8 and May 14-15
Mt. Hood Meadows will offer bonus days for two weekends into May, May 7-8 and May 14-15. The resort plans operating three lifts – Cascade Express, Mt. Hood Express and its Buttercup beginner lift, from 9 AM – 2 PM daily. The lift ticket will be discounted to $49. Ski and snowboard adult lessons, children’s lessons, day care, equipment rentals, retail and demo center are scheduled, as well as two restaurants including the resort’s popular Paradise Sun Deck
which comes alive with BBQ, refreshment and entertainment during the warm sunny days of spring.
Late April and May operations can be affected by weather and are subject to change so the resort advises always checking the conditions page
for current conditions and operational updates.