Winter kicks into full speed at Mt. Hood Meadows in January. The events schedule is jam packed, with the Burton Mountain Festival
returning over MLK Weekend, January bus programs
for kids on weekends and adults midweek rolling, adult clinics on the weekends and a special midweek deal to motivate couples to enjoy a day on the mountain. It’s also Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month
- Meadows has it all in January!
Let’s face it - skiing and snowboarding is more fun with a friend! Meadows is offering two lift passes and a $25 dining certificate for just $99. This is an online special only, it has to be purchased in advance (before the day of use) and it must be used on a midweek day (Monday - Friday) by January 17. But it’s a $169 value for just $99!
Other Ski Area Pass Holder Discounts
It’s been a rough winter in the northwest - most ski areas haven’t been able to open. We’re offering discount lift passes to those less fortunate pass holders - $59 for an open to close lift pass or $20 for a night (3 - 9 PM) pass.
Meadows offers daily KidSki and KidsRide sessions for ages 4 to 12. Purchase a three time half day package online and save 20% off the regular KidSki or KidsRide prices. Each day includes a two hour lesson, lift pass and equipment rentals.
Consecutive week programs get underway this week. Midweek adult buses run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - and our popular weekend programs (Sno-Blasters, Trailblazers and High School) kick off Saturday (January 11) and Sunday (January 12). These programs are supported by neighborhood buses - some still have room! To find a bus near you check our bus finder.
Jan 18 - 20: Burton Mountain Festival
Three day event featuring the Burton demo experience (free - credit card and I.D. required), Riglet Park, contests and an apres ski party (Saturday night).
Jan 18: ReRack Rail Jam Series
The series continues with a creative course set up in the Shipyard rail park. All freestylers welcome - no charge to compete (lift pass or season pass required). Awesome prizes - sponsored by ReRack, Blackstrap, Windell's, USASA, Monster, Yakima, Outer Limits Sports and the High Performance Center.
Jan 20: Rotary Club Fundraiser
The Rotary Club of Hood River presents the annual Rotary Night at Mt. Hood Meadows to generate funds for the scholarship program. A special $20 lift pass is available for 2 - 9 PM that evening at the ski area or purchase in advance online for $15. The special Rotary pass is required to ride lifts after 4 PM, as this is a special fundraiser beyond Meadows normal lift operating schedule.
Jan 25: Safety Fair
Riding responsibly is fun - find out all about it at the Meadows Safety Fair. Activities in past Safety Fairs include Know the Code Games and raffle, beginner chair demonstration, LIFTSTARS education, avy dog meet and greet, damaged helmet education and recycling, avalanche rescue training and awareness, Recco demonstration, and music and prizes. Come join the fun!
Meadows ski and snowboard school is all about having fun on the snow! Our certified pros present a variety of clinics throughout the month focused on the different conditions and terrain we offer.
Jan 11: Steeps Clinic
Jan 12: Freestyle Clinic
Jan 15: Grand Masters Midweek Clinic
Jan 16: Women’s Midweek Clinic
Jan 17: Steeps Midweek Clinic
Jan 21: Women’s Midweek Clinic
Jan 22: Steeps Midweek Clinic
Jan 23: Grand Masters Midweek Clinic
Jan 25: Women’s Clinic
Jan 26: Steeps Clinic
Grand Masters MW Clinic
Jan 30: Steeps Midweek Clinic
Jan 31: Women’s Midweek Clinic
Apres Ski Entertainment 3 - 6 PM Saturdays in the Vertical Restaurant
Jan 11: Terry Robb
- Acoustic blues with a Contemporary edge.
Jan 18: Jack Straw
- American roots music - bluegrass with a NW edge.
Jan 25: Twisted Whistle
- Portland folk, bluegrass, American Band.