MT. HOOD, OR (Immediate Release) - Mt. Hood Meadows will present four mountain kids camps this summer. There are two different camps one designed for kids exploring the natural world and their relationship with it, and the other presenting action adventures.
Burton Snowboards Vice President of Global Resorts and Chill Board Member, Jeff Boliba, presented this year's annual Chill Host Mountain Award to Mt. Hood Meadows during the Annual NSAA Conference in Nashville, TN. Each year, Chill recognizes one of its host mountains for the high level of on-snow instruction it gives to Chill participants as well as other support of Chill throughout the season. Thank you for all that you do for Chill!
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With the holiday weekend upon us we want to encourage you to get outdoors and recreate this weekend. Remember the freedoms we enjoy have been and continue to be paid for by those serving our country and making sacrifices. Let’s make the most of this holiday which is being celebrated to honor our brave and noble service men and women and their families. We present this video tribute in recognition of their service (music from the U.S. Army Band).
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Did you ski your age this season? We want to thank passholder Tom Streit for contacting us with this great suggestion:
“I am a multi-year season pass holder. I think it would be great if you acknowledged who skied the most days overall and by age group, not including employees. As you see by Track your turns. I skied 75 days and I am 71 years old. It was a great year and I purchased my 2016/2017 pass today!”
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What an epic season and great year to be a Meadows passholder! We want to thank you for spending your 2015/16 season at Mt. Hood Meadows – Your Mountain Home. Fresh off a season that provided many powder-filled snow days, we are now looking forward to the developing La Nina forecast for next winter season. That usually means a colder, wetter winter weather pattern meaning more snow for us to enjoy!
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Pictured: C.O.O. Jake Bolland, Michael Birch-Jones, John Bain and C.E.O. Matthew Drake
Rental Center Manager Michael-Birch Jones and Mountain Safety Manager John Bain receive this year's prestigious Mt. Hood Meadows leadership awards.
The season will come to an end Saturday at Mt. Hood Meadows - with lifts scheduled from 9 AM - 2 PM and a free concert presented beginning at 11. Lift tickets are discounted to just $49 for adults and $20 for juniors (age 7 - 14) and seniors (65 and older). The free concert will be staged under a performance tent and presented regardless of the weather, featuring the “Greenneck Daredevils” and “Tap Water”.
Meadows will operate lifts for three more days - this weekend May 7 and 8, and then a final day Saturday May 14 and there’s a special $49 lift ticket ($20 for ages 7 - 14 and 65 - 74).