In Oregon, you can experience 12 unique ski areas that offer more than 16,000 acres of skiing, 400 runs, 71 ski lifts, 13 terrain parks, snow cat skiing and around 400 inches of snowfall annually. Ranging from community ski hills to destination resorts, Oregon has great mountains to explore.  Oregon boasts the longest ski season in North America, where ski areas open in November (sometimes even October) and continue into April or May. Timberline’s Palmer Snowfield is North America’s only year-round ski area, where the season never ends for skiing or riding!

Ski Oregon works in partnership with these ski areas around the state.  Resorts are listed below on the locator map with additional information on learning packages.  Use your zip code to locate a resort nearest you. Many venues in Oregon also belong to the Pacific Northwest Ski Areas Association.  Let it snow! 

If you already are a skier or snowboarder then check out the great trip prizes to HooDoo and Mt Bachelor in the Bring a Friend Challenge. 

 

LSSM Ambassador Glen Plake gave lessons to a group at Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon last January. Glen is a world-class, internationally known skier and a PSIA-certified instructor.

 

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Check National Forest System for a complete list of ski/snowboard areas on public land.

 

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