Five seasons ago, Mt. Hood Meadows fabricated a metal dump box and mounted it to the chassis of a “retired” snowcat. It was a timely investment, heading in to what would be one of the lowest snow years in Meadows 50+ year history. See our plans to enhance our snow harvesting capabilities for the future.
It’s always exciting to see the first snowfall of the season - especially when you get so much snow and it’s still September! So when will Meadows open?
With opening day just two months away, Mt. Hood Meadows is ready to fill one thousand seasonal positions for the 2019-20 winter season.
Mt. Hood Meadows continues it’s ski exchange with some of the most prominent independent ski areas in the Northwest. In addition to five days at Washington's Mt. Baker, All Access pass purchasers will receive three days at Whitefish Resort in Montana, three days at Eaglecrest Ski Area in Alaska, and unlimited days with pre-booked lodging nights at Grand Targhee, Wyoming.
Mt. Hood Meadows has promoted Melissa (Mel) Toney to the position of V.P. of Mountain Operations. Mel is a twenty year team member joining Meadows in 1997.
Well before sunrise, crews from Bremik Construction readied the Sahale building for “pour day.” With rebar and forms set, the Brundage Boom telescoping boom pump was already in position, and a fleet of twenty concrete mixer trucks were in route for “The Pour.”
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(Mt. Hood, OR) -- Mt. Hood ski areas have partnered with SOLVe for an All-Mountain cleanup event Saturday, September 21.
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Forecasters have announced El Nino is over and we are headed towards a winter where conditions will be “neutral”. So what does ENSO-neutral mean?
Local mushroom experts have noticed the mushrooms are out earlier than normal this summer, so the Mushroom Festival originally scheduled Labor Day weekend will be moved to Sunday, August 25. The mushrooms have spoken!
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August may be the most spectacular month of the year to hike Mt. Hood. Meadows offers a trail system connecting the Timberline Trail to scenic overlooks, waterfalls and meadows of blooming wildflowers.