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Vista Scenic Guided Snowshoe Tours

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Guided snowshoe tour from Vista at Mt. Hood MeadowsMt. Hood Meadows will offer guided snowshoe tours from the top of its Vista five times this season. The experience includes a ride up the Vista highspeed quad, a and a gentle hike along the spectaular White River Canyon, above timerline and into the wooded areas of Mt. Hood Meadows. Five tour dates have been announced for this spectacular experience, which is topped off with dining at the Alpenstube restaurant.

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Blasting through the 100 inch mark at the base area

Enjoying the powder at Mt. Hood Meadows - Grant Myrdal photoWith this major storm raging we've gone over the 100 inch mark in the base area. And our base depth will continue to grow as this storm isn't done yet. Check out the video and take a look at a chart that compares February 5 base and rest of season snowfall over the past eight seasons.

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Where We Stand

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American flags proudly wave at Mt. Hood MeadowsFollowing the outcome of the election last November, there were many among our team that expressed concern about what changes the new administration may take. Our executive team clarified our company position of respect and acceptance. In light of the recent executive order regarding refugees, we feel it is important to reaffirm our position and we proudly share this with you our guests.

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Preparing for our 50th Anniversary season

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1948 Olympic gold medalist Gretchen Fraser officially opens Mt. Hood Meadows on January 26, 19681948 Olympic gold medalist Gretchen Fraser officially opens Meadows on January 26, 1968

Mt. Hood Meadows Preparing for
50th Anniversary Season Celebration

Mt. Hood, OR (For Release January 26, 2017) — Forty-nine years ago today, Mt. Hood Meadows officially opened with ceremonies attended by over 200 dignitaries including America’s only Olympic gold medalist Gretchen Fraser. The ski area launched with two lifts, a T-bar and a rope tow. Fraser’s inaugural run was the full 1,061 vertical drop from the top of the Blue lift, ending at the base area lodge, skiing through the grand opening ribbon. And while the run took only a few minutes, it was the culmination of an initiative that began more than two years earlier when Portland businessman Franklin G. Drake saw the U.S. Forest Service announcement requesting proposals to build a new ski area on Mt. Hood.

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Meadows Powder is Outrageous

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A powderful storm is bringing delightful conditions to Mt. Hood MeadowsLongtime locals are having a hard time remembering a season when the powder has been so good. The latest storm has brought 28 inches of powder, and the storm continues today. 

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The Official Learn to Ski or Snowboard Record was Set - Now What?

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More than 100 people participated in the World's Largest Lesson record attempt at Mt. Hood MeadowsWe received word from the organizers of the World's Largest Lesson that last Friday's world record attempts for largest ski and largest snowboard lessons should be successful. The first attempt a year ago ran into some logistic issues, with problems documenting that all the lessons were happening at the same time. d

January is Learn a Snow Sports Month join us for awesome skiing and snowboarding!

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