Mt. Hood Skibowl
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Mt. Hood Skibowl offers “the most night skiing terrain in North America” according to Ski Magazine, with 65 day runs and 34 night lit runs. Less than an hour from Portland, Skibowl has been well known for offering some of the best terrain on Mt. Hood, with a 4 minute ride to pure vertical and expertly groomed runs. Intermediate and expert skiers are drawn to Skibowl’s night lit black diamond runs, and fresh snow in the 300 acre Outback.
Families and non-skiers can also enjoy winter fun at the Skibowl Snow Tube and Adventure Park, featuring a conveyor lift to groomed tube hills, Frosty’s Playland, mini z snowmobiles, plus much more.
Average annual snowfall: 300 inches
Base elevation: 3500 ft.
Vertical elevation: 1500 ft.
Longest Run: 3 miles
Ski Acres: 960 acres
Trail Info: We have terrain for all ability levels
Nordic: None at the ski area: numerous Mt. Hood National Forest trails nearby.
Ski School: Yes
Snowboarding Profile: Skibowl doesn’t skimp on the nightlights—both terrain parks are fully lit, one of the reasons why Mountain Living named it one of the three best night ski areas in the country.
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- Bus RV Parking
- Wheel Chair Accessible
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