- Unlimited Spring Passes valid from March 13 through the end of season on sale now!
- Special $129 adult price if purchased online before March 13
- $99 for ages 24 and under
- Spring Passholders receive 3 discount Buddy day tickets
Purchase Spring Pass Here
In the Midst of a Winter Storm Mt. Hood Meadows launches the Unlimited Spring Pass. The pass is on sale online now for $129, and provides daily lift access beginning March 13 through the end of the season. There’s a special $99 price for ages 7 - 24; kids 6 and under receive $25 season passes. The unlimited spring pass is valid to ride every operating lift the rest of the season, scheduled daily through April 12, then Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through April, with extended operations possible into May.
The Unlimited Spring Passholders also receive 3 Buddy Passes - discounted lift tickets to use for family and friends. Those purchasing the Spring Pass before March 13 can use the Buddy Passes for themselves for discount day tickets until the pass kicks in. Spring Passholders also receive membership in Meadows Loyalty Rewards program, which awards points for restaurant, retail and ski school purchases. Those purchasing the Spring Plus Pass can add the security and convenience of on-the-deck ski and snowboard check, to protect equipment from theft for just $10.
Upgrade your Limited Pass to a Spring Pass
Current limited pass holders - Night, Midweek, Southside and 10 Time Pass - can upgrade to an Unlimited Spring Pass for just $89.
Upgrade Your Pass
Spring into 2015/16 Passes Available
Purchase next year's season pass now and start using it March 13! It's like getting this spring for free. Pricing on next year's passes are
- 65 - 74 $379 (Lock in for $139)
- 25 - 64 $499 (Lock in for $139)
- 15 - 24 $349 (Lock in for $99)
- 7 - 14 $249 (Lock in for $99)
You can lock in next year's prices and we'll charge the balance to your credit card in equal payments August 15 and September 15 ($10 lock in fee applies).
Spring into Next Season here
While this has been a stingy snow season, resort officials credit Meadows' higher elevation (base are 5400 feet, top of Cascade 7300 feet) and it’s innovative snow harvesting and grooming program for putting the mountain into condition for a great spring riding season. The base area snowpack has been fortified to connect guests to the upper mountain, where the snowpack measures five feet or more. March is traditionally one of the snowiest months on Mt. Hood, but even if there’s a lot of sunshine and spring skiing Meadows is prepared to continue scheduled spring operations through April and potentially into May.
Friday freshies photo of three inches of overnight snow with more forecast.