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Top 5 Winter Events at Mt. Hood Skibowl

01/05/2017 | Event, Government Camp, Mt Hood Territory, Skiing, Snowboading


You'll never have more fun skiing than you will with the folks at Mt. Hood Skibowl. They take winter sports to the next level by adding costumes, music, and discounts. Here is a list of our Top 5 favorite winter events happening at Skibowl this year:

  1. 80s Night - Unpack your neon, dust off your leg warmers, and crimp your hair. We are headed back to the 80s up on the mountain on February 17, 2017. You will rock out to rad 80s jams as you shred the slopes all night long. Show up in your sweetest 80s gear to receive a discount on ski and cosmic tubing passes.
  2. Ladies Night - There are so many things to love about being a woman, and one of them is weekly ladies night at Mt. Hood Skibowl. Every Tuesday, from late-December thru March, evening ski passes for women are only $24. You know what they say, Ladies Night at Skibowl is the new happy hour.
  3. Saturday Night Lights Fireworks - The sky shines bright like a diamond once a month during the winter for the Saturday Night Lights Fireworks show. The show starts at 8:00 pm and is the perfect companion to an evening of Cosmic Tubing.
  4. Rail Jam Series - The first Friday of each month, from January thru March, come out and take part in the Rail Jam Series. For each event, Skibowl crew set up a custom course, each with 5 to 8 features, sure to give you the adrenaline rush you crave.
  5. 16th Annual Snow Beach Festival - Last, but not least, the Annual Snow Beach Festival is a Mt. Hood Skibowl classic. In its 16th year, this event aims to please. They bring the sunny beach spring break experience to the mountain with beer tasting, beach balls, and bikinis. Dont forget the pink flamingos!


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