- Snow Report:
Mt. Hood Meadows offers the most spectacular and varied terrain in the Northwest. We have a huge mountain with terrain for everyone, magnificent views and snowfall beyond belief. Our entire staff is committed to providing you with a truly memorable and unique experience that is Mt. Hood Meadows.
Mt. Hood Meadows offers the most varied, diverse and exciting terrain in the Northwest.
- Skiable Acres:
- 2,150 Acres
- Average Snowfall:
- 430 Inches
- Base Elevation:
- 4,523 Feet
- Summit Elevation:
- 7,300 Feet
- Vertical Drop:
- 2,777 Feet
Lifts and Runs
- Lift Capacity:
- 16,145 per hour
- Number of Lifts:
- 13 Lifts
- Longest Run:
- 15,840 Feet
- Total Runs:
- 87 Runs
1 Magic Carpet, 1 Rope Tow, 1 Pony Tow, 6 Double Chairs, 4 HiSpeed Quad
- Super Pipe, Half Pipe, Jib Park
Park Place - Mt. Hood's original terrain park includes features spread out over several trails. Includes the best jumps, tables, hips, spines, and rails. Totally accessible with high speed service on the Hood River Express.
The Zoo - Rollers and bumps for those first time park explorers.
South Park - Boardercross and triple jump features - official training and competition site for OISA High School League.
Super Dragon and Scorpion Half Pipe - Cut with a Super Pipe Dragon - 17 foot walls and smooth transition for high flying adventure.
Scorpion Half Pipe - The alternative pipe is a smaller version used primarily early season when snow depth doesn't allow the Super Pipe.
The Premier Snow Skate Park - Ride the boxes, rails and tracks with the original Premier Snowskate - a small bindingless snowboard similar to a skateboard without wheels! The park is set up weekends throughout the season right in the base area.
Take U.S. Highway 26 east to Mt. Hood Meadows Resort
Take Interstate 5 north toward Portland. Take Interstate 205 east then north to U.S. Highway 26. Head east on U.S. 26 to Mt. Hood Meadows Resort