With the deepest base of the season and conditions rivaling the best of anywhere on the continent, Mt. Hood Meadows has placed its Spring Pass on sale. The pass becomes valid Monday, March 12 for lift access every day the rest of the season.
The Spring Pass is affordably priced at $159 in advance on the resort website through Sunday, then the price goes up to $169 beginning March 12. The youth Spring Pass for ages 7 - 24 is $109. Meadows currently has a 107 inch snow depth in the base area, with 155 inches at mid-mountain.
“We have awesome conditions now and winter is by no means over,” says Meadows Marketing V.P. Dave Tragethon. “March and April can be big snow months, especially in La Nina seasons, so getting the rest of the season at this Spring Pass price is the best way to get the most of the rest of our season. These conditions combined with the SpringSational events we have coming up are great reasons to continue riding this season.” At the Spring Pass price, purchasers would only need to hit the mountain twice to pay for the pass.
SpringSational Event Schedule
In addition to great spring events, many of them freestyle oriented, the Meadows Parks team will be adding some special venues for the Spring time frame. A 16 foot “mega-mini pipe” has been constructed and the resort’s 18 foot halfpipe is expected to be completed next week. Vista Park - which was closed during the major storm that dumped over 12 feet of snow on the upper mountain, will be reopening for Spring time riding as well. Meadows will continue to offer multiple terrain parks through the rest of the season.
Meadows will operate daily through April 22, then Fridays - Sundays through May 12. Meadows is also offers night operations Friday - Sunday through March 18.