MT. HOOD, OR (Immediate Release) – Spring has arrived with a BANG at Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort which has received almost 8 feet of snow in 10 days, including 25” in the past 24 hours. The resort’s base snow depth reached 171” and is still growing, as this storm is expected to drop several more inches, possibly feet by the weekend.
25” of snow in 24 hours – the popular “Picnic Table Shot” 3.21.12 (Photo by Krissy Fagan)
Mt. Hood Meadows has announced daily operations through April 29, and is considering extending operations on weekends into May depending on conditions and interest. The resort has also extended its “Meadows After Dark” Wednesday – Sunday night operations through Sunday, April 1. The “Unlimited Spring” season pass is good the rest of the season, and at $149 represents one of the best values in late season skiing and riding found anywhere. The pass can be purchased on the resort’s website, SkiHood.com, or at the ski resort.
Armpit deep powder adorns the slopes at Mt. Hood Meadows. 3.21.12 (Photo by Krissy Fagan)