It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we share some tragic news.
It’s been an epic week of Powder at Meadows - going back to Friday, February 12, we’ve received 82” of snow through 5 AM this morning.
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Mt. Hood Meadows is offering a midweek only season pass for weekday open to close lift access beginning March 1 for the rest of the season. The pass will go on sale Friday, February 19 through the resort’s online store.
We are pleased to see that COVID-19 risk levels are improving in Oregon, indicating that we are following guidance to reduce transmission of the infection. But the virus is still circulating so for now there is no indoor dining at Meadows.
We’re proud of our partnership with the Pacific Northwest Toyota Dealers Association - a partnership that supports introducing and welcoming new people to the sport and provides live streamed video and daily snow reports for the most passionate to connect to their favorite mountain. Even in a pandemic-affected season, our relationship with Toyota remains strong and very active.
Photo: Richard Hallman / Rider: Erika Vikander
A winter storm watch has been issued for the Cascades beginning Thursday, with a series of storms forecast through Saturday that could bring several feet of light, powdery snow to Mt. Hood Meadows. With the freezing level dropping to sea level Thursday morning, and heavy snow forecast by NOAA for between two - four FEET by Saturday, this is a major powder maker.
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January 31st was a very special day at Mt. Hood Meadows. Not because it was the end of a month, or that we are nearing the midpoint of the season. It was because of a special birthday that was celebrated on the slopes at Mt. Hood Meadows by longtime instructor, John Samuelson...