Meadows Calendar

Jan 26, 2013

  • Jan 26

    Women's Clinic

    Womens Clinic at Mt. Hood MeadowsFor women and taught by our most certified and experienced female instructors. Work on your skiing/riding in a fun supportive environment. Participants will be grouped based on ability and the focus will be on improving your skills so you can ski/ride more confidently and in more conditions. Available to intermediate and above skiers and riders. Click here for more details.
  • Jan 26

    Safety Fair

    Safety Fair at Mt. Hood MeadowsThe event promotes and encourages responsible practices and etiquette designed to make skiers and snowboarders more aware of safety on the slopes. Essential to courteous and safe sharing of the mountain is the Responsibility Code – seven simple rules which if followed can provide an extra margin of safety on the slopes.

    Activities at the Safety Fair include:

    - Know the Code Games and raffle
    - Beginner chair demonstration
    - L.I.F.T.S.T.A.R.S Education
    - Avy Dog meet and greet
    - Damaged Helmet education and recycling
    - Avalanche Rescue Training and awareness
    - Recco Demonstration
    - Music and prizes

    Representatives from Meadows Pro Patrol will be on hand to discuss safety issues and introduce guests to the safety search and rescue dogs. A “beacon run” is planned to allow those who own avalanche beacons to test them and practice search techniques. A special emphasis this year is educating young guests about how to board, ride and unload chairlifts safely (the L.I.F.T.S.T.A.R.S Program).

  • Jan 26

    Aprés Ski Entertainment: Jackstraw

    Jackstraw at Mt. Hood MeadowsA new form of American roots music, informed both by the traditions of the American South and the rainy woods of the Northwest. Portland bluegrass band Jackstraw has been the flagship of this movement since they formed in 1997.