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Winter Has Arrived on Mt. Hood

12/01/2016 | Government Camp, Mt Hood Territory, Skiing, Snowboading


The snow has arrived and on Mt. Hood are officially open. With the new season comes exciting new updates for visitors to enjoy.

Mt. Hood Skibowls Winter Snow Tube and Adventure Park just got bigger! A newly added tube conveyor belt means double the fun and half the lines for both day and Cosmic Tubing. Not only that, Cosmic Tubing will now be open an extra day each weekend. Slide the lanes under the neon lights to rocking music three nights a week, from Friday to Sunday.

Not sure you can trust your weather app New webcams are in place around Timberline Lodge and Ski Area so guests can access real-time weather conditions and decide whether or not they want to stay in for one more hot chocolate, or pop on their skis to hit the slopes. Check out the live footage and current conditions here.

Get a taste of iconic Timberline Lodge before you even step out into the snow. Timberline Lodge just opened a retail store at Portland Airport offering locally designed apparel, jewelry, and ceramics. Grab some of their local snacks like Dougs Nuts or elk jerky to munch on for your drive up US 26 as your head toward the mountain.

Looking for a place to stay Check out Mt. Hood Territorys accommodations options. There is something to fit every budget and group size.

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