Meadows Calendar

Events

  • Apr 19

    Shuttle from Berg's / U of O

    Berg's Shuttle The Berg's Ski & Snowboard Shop and the University of Oregon are running a bus to Meadows every Saturday in February! The bus will load at both U of O and Berg's, and will get to Meadows at 9:15 AM. Schedule and pricing details below.

    Call the Berg's Ski & Snowboard Shop at 541.683.1300 to sign up!
  • Apr 19

    Steeps Clinic

    Steeps ClinicAvailable to advanced and expert skiers and riders. These clinics are designed to improve your ability to ski steep ungroomed terrain. We will work on maintaining rhythm and flow through all terrain and conditions while exploring some of the best known and unknown runs at the resort. Groups will be divided based on skiing / riding ability and desired terrain. This clinic is taught by our most certified and strongest skiing / riding pros. $104 Clinic Only or $159 W/Lift. More info here.
  • Apr 19

    Mazot Fest Charity Fun Race to benefit Avalanche Rescue Dogs

    Join us at Mazot Fest, sponsored by Double Mountain Brewery! You can race and watch others do the same, and also meet the rescue dogs at the Mazot. Mazot Fest will be taking place 10 AM to 3 PM. This is a fun, charitable race benefiting the Avalanche Rescue Program. The race will start above the Mazot and the entire course is spectator friendly with great viewing areas, primarily from the Mazot. We'll be giving away schwag and prizes too! Come join the fun and have a Double Mountain beer with our eclectic crew of snow enthusiasts. Not to mention, beer sold at the Mazot will benefit this great cause. Helmets are required.

  • Apr 19

    Aprés Ski Entertainment: Viasol

    ViasolFunk Jazz. This local trio’s groove is deeper than your epic powder day. Josh Wuerth-gauitarist, Mason Appel-percussionist, and Dane Vogel-bassist, carry you into their spectacular world of sounds with their original funk jazz. Just dance.

    Viasol will play out on the Sun Deck, weather-permitting, or in the Alpenstube.
  • Apr 20

    Telemark Clinic

    Telemark ClinicFor beginning through expert telemarkers. Improve your technique with one of our experienced, certified instructors. Participants will be grouped together based on ability level and desired outcomes. $104 Clinic Only, $159 W/Lift. More info here.
  • Apr 26

    Sno-Kona Pond Skim

    Sno-Kona Pond Skim at Mt. Hood MeadowsThe 8th annual Sno-Kona Pond Skim at Mt. Hood Meadows, presented by Kona Brewing, is scheduled for Saturday, April 26th! Snowboarders and skiers, get ready to launch yourself across 100 feet of frigid water! All competitors must be 21 or over. The cost to participate is $30 per entrant, which includes a complimentary Kona beach towel and celebratory Kona brew. Ski poles are not allowed in the competition.


    Scoring
    All participants will receive one attempt to cross the pond successfully. All participants who successfully skim the length of the pond during the first round qualifiers will advance to the Finals, where skimmers can receive a total of 50 points, based on three elements - whether you make it across, your costume, and style/crowd reaction. In the event of ties, the judges will deliberate and award the overall winner.

    Participants can receive a maximum of 50 points, and will be judged on the following during the final round:
    • Making it across the 2nd time - 10 points
    • Costume - 20 points (scale of 1-20)
    • Style and Crowd Response - 20 points (scale of 1-20)

    With this scoring system, it will be possible to win the Sno-Kona Pond Skim without making it across the pond in the Finals. Judges will be encouraged to judge costumes on craftsmanship, creativity and time spent putting the costume together. It's not a race to see who can wear the skimpiest costume or shock the crowd.

    Prizes
    We'll have $500 cash for top prize, as well as prizes for 2nd and 3rd place, best costume, best splash, and more!

    Register for the Sno-Kona Pond Skim online!

    Sno-Kona Pond Skim @ Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort

  • Apr 26

    Freestyle Clinic

    Freestyle Clinic at Mt. Hood MeadowsThis clinic is designed for those who want to improve their skills in the park & pipe. We will break down the fundamentals of approach, takeoff, maneuver and landing so you can master each step before putting it all together. Groups will be divided based on age, ability level and the features you want to spend time on. Available to advanced and expert skiers/riders ages 10 and up. $104 Clinic Only, $159 W/Lift. More info here.
  • May 03

    Ram's Head Randonee

    The Ram's Head Randonee is an uphill - downhill course starting in the base area, climbing to the top of Stadium, downhill to the bottom of Shooting Star, climbing to the top of Shooting Star, and back to the base area. Randonee demos, organized by the Mountain Shop, will be available in the demo village at the start. The race starts at 10 AM, with all day festivities ending at an awards ceremony in the base area. Food and beer will be provided by Mt. Hood Meadows and Everybody's Brewing.

    Online registration is open! It's $30 to register for the Randonee online, or $40 for day of race registration, which will take place in the SnoBlaster Room from 8-9:30 AM. The entree fee also includes demos, lunch and a drink. There are five categories - Men's Open, Women's Open, Men's Masters (50 and Older), Women's Masters (50 and Older), and an all ages category. See the Ram's Head Randonee Event Race Map here, and register for the Ram's Head Randonee online! You can also try the latest Randonee gear for $20, which includes lunch and a drink too. See the Ram's Head Randonee Event Equipment Demo Fun Loop Map here, and register for the Randonee Demo online.

    If you've been interested in skinning uphill, this will be a great opportunity to get information! Special thanks to The Mountain Shop for assistance with planning and promotion to make this an exceptional event.

Kid's Lessons

3 Time KidSki Online Special

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