Meadows Blog

Carving the Perfect Groom

Get ready for an awesome weekend of carving the groom under bluebird skies at Mt. Hood Meadows! If you haven't been up yet, you only have yourself to blame as our grooming team has been laying down some incredible groom for your enjoyment. The video, and comments from our guests, show how much fun carving at Meadows is!

Video by Pierce Hodges.

Comments from our pass holders:

"Groomers have done an amazing job in December/January with so little snow."
"The parks are awesome."
"You guys have done a great job considering the snow isn't that great."
"Although it has been a sad snow year I think the groomers have done a great job of making the mountain fun anyway. I have had a great time every time I've been up there!"

We'll see you on the mountain - this weekend!

Mighty MeadowsIf you're up Saturday check out the Safety Fair! This event encourages skiers and riders of all abilities to share the trails, stay in control and be educated about mountain safety. The Safety Village will be set up in the base area, with prizes, giveaways, music, booths from Wentworth Subaru, Costco, and Clif Bar, and Mighty Meadows making a guest appearance for the kids! There will also be hot cocoa in the Patrol Hut, so you can stop by, see the inside of the hut, and get some questions answered by our ski patrollers. Our avalanche dogs will also be making appearances through-out the day in the Safety Village, so bring your camera and plan to get a picture and a few wet kisses from the pups!


  1. Gus

    February 1, 2014

    What's it going to take to get Heather Lift open? Can it be opened without grooming the runout to HRM lot?

    Meadows: More snow. We have to build snow bridges over the creeks. We meed egress from the Canyon before we could open it.

  2. Jordan

    February 4, 2014

    What do you mean by "egress?" Also, do you think it will be open by next week after this storm?

    Meadows: Thanks Jordan. By egress I mean "exit". Without the bridges over the creek, we can't build the road out of the canyon, which also provides us access into the canyon (such as emergency response).

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