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Mt. Hood Meadows named a Gallagher "Best in Class Employer" for Second Consecutive Year

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Mt. Hood Meadows named Gallagher Best In Class Employer for 2nd Consecutive YearGallagher’s Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis Identifies U.S. Organizations That Excel in Optimizing Employee and Organizational Wellbeing

(Mt. Hood, OR - January 30, 2023 — Mt. Hood Meadows / Cooper Spur Mountain Resort participated in Gallagher’s 2022 U.S. Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey and for the second consecutive year was identified as an organization that excelled in optimizing employee and organizational wellbeing.

Best-In-Class - we're Honored!

Dreamy days on glorious groom video

Categories: Guest Connection Weather Blog

Here’s two minutes of Zen. Yes we all love it when wintery storms freshen up the slopes. We received eight inches over the weekend and the forecast says more this weekend. But in between the high pressure, bluebird days have been glorious. Meticulous groom and wide open riding.

Two Minutes of Zen

Responsibility code #3 - Stop only where you are visible from above and do not restrict traffic

Categories: Safety Guest Connection

Responsibility Code 3: Stop only where you are visible from above and do not restrict traffic - two snowboarders safely share a run at Mt. Hood Meadows

Responsibility Code # 3:


Choosing a smart place to stop requires being aware of one’s surroundings.  Mt Hood has highly variable terrain that includes many rolls, ridges, wind-drifts, cliffs, boulders and trees. Riding here demands extra awareness in order to remain visible from above. Always stop in safe place for you and others. Avoid impacting traffic around you by stopping on the side of trails.

Be safe - get informed!

January is National Ski Area Safety Awareness Month

Categories: Safety Meadows Cares Guest Connection

The Responsibile Code offers ten common sense points that will make skiing and snowboarding safer.The Skier Responsibility Code was developed by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) in the 1960s to help teach skiers how to be safe at downhill resorts. It has been updated several times to reflect changes in our sport including a recent revision to add clarity and two new items to what is now called "Your Responsibility Code." 

Point 1: Always Stay In Control