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Mt. Hood Ski Bowl

87000 E Highway 26, Government Camp, OR 97028-2518
+1 503-272-3206
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Easiest access from Portland. Year round activities.

Ski Bowl has some great runs. It does have the old hard two person chair lifts, but they also tend... read more

Reviewed 22 November 2015
robin131
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Oregon
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First snow of the season when we arrived at the Ski Bowl. Divers place with many option to explore... read more

Reviewed 20 November 2015
Martin D
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When the snow starts to fall on Mt. Hood, fans of winter eagerly await news of opening day at Skibowl, America’s Largest Night Ski Area and home to the Snow Tube & Adventure Park featuring Cosmic Tubing. Skibowl provides snow riders with 960 acres in the Mt. Hood National Forest. The resort features 34 fully lit night runs, 65 runs total and a vertical drop of 1,500. With the most Black Diamondruns anywhere in Oregon, Skibowl appeals to accomplished riders, night and day. Those in the know are lured to Skibowl’s Outback, the legendary expansive gladed terrain with forested steeps, open glades and ungroomed slopes that are nothing short of heavenly. In summer, Skibowl transforms into the Mt. Hood Adventure Park, Oregon’s premier Summer Attraction offering something for everyone! We've got great activities for the whole family, the Adrenaline junkies, the naturalists and even the young ones! Our friendly and experienced staff will make sure your visit to the Mt. Hood Adventure park is memorable and fun, guiding you through over 20 attractions where you’re in control! Come try the Northwests only 1/2 mile dual Alpine Slide, Freefall Bungee Jumping, the Malibu Raceway, the new Amaze'n Maze, 800' long Zip Lines and more at Mt Hood Skibowl's Summer Adventure Park!
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87000 E Highway 26, Government Camp, OR 97028-2518
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Reviewed 22 November 2015

Ski Bowl has some great runs. It does have the old hard two person chair lifts, but they also tend to have the best prices. Their claim to fame is being the largest night skiing facility in N. America. The do have a bus that...More

1  Thank robin131
Reviewed 20 November 2015 via mobile

First snow of the season when we arrived at the Ski Bowl. Divers place with many option to explore. Trail running, hiking, skiing.

Thank Martin D
Reviewed 12 November 2015

Prices are fair is basic however they have the largest night ski area in the country and the prices are fair for everyone and wants to go if you're experienced I suggest you hang at the top of her bowl. The lower motors are just...More

Thank Doug M
Reviewed 1 November 2015

For beginners, there are nice cross country paths with a downhill on the end that is doable, if a little precarious. Don't make the mistake I once made: went up on the lift, tried to cross country down. High up it was really icy. Ouch....More

Thank garyschoenberg
Reviewed 26 October 2015

After traveling along the Columbia River Gorge highway from Portland we had lunch in Hood River viewing the " kites" sailing across the river.We the headed south on rt 35 to Mt. Hood,passing apple orchards on route.We first stopped at Timberline lodge then to the...More

Thank Olsen40
Reviewed 13 October 2015

We had a great day with great weather yesterday driving from Portland to Mt Hood. It was not ski time but we did have lunch and visit the Timberline Lodge. It is a lovely place with lots of history.

Thank Laurie48
Reviewed 12 October 2015

Never had time to get up close, but even from a distance it is lovely. When we left the Portland area on our tour it was bare, but on return three weeks later, pure white and you could see it from miles & miles away,...More

Thank June n Ian R
Reviewed 21 September 2015

Kinda lackluster, and it was a bit pricey. Wife had wanted to Zipline, and it was her birthday...That was the only activity we did, or wanted to do. There is so much other natural beauty to see.

Thank Jeff R
Reviewed 20 September 2015

I was on a tour with Oregon Tour Co- excellent tour. Thanks Peter! The views and the scenery was amazing.

Thank Jim F
Reviewed 7 September 2015

We stopped at Timberline lodge for lunch. We did not want the buffet even though it was a better deal. Still had good view. Food was ok but over price, good service

Thank Charlotte T
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utah57
13 July 2017|
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Response from Lance O | Reviewed this property |
The day would be the best way to go, we opted for just one trip down the alpine slide. Small children have to be over 3 to ride with an adult . And over 48" to ride alone.
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214jimmyn
17 September 2016|
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Response from SURFER_DUDE44 | Reviewed this property |
The probability of snow is much better for timberline or meadows than for ski bowl. Ski bowl is the lowest ski area on the mountain. They are the last to get any accumulation and the first to lose it. I've lived in the... More
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Ibrahim B
9 August 2015|
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Response from TravelingTrioOregon | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are open in August. What it costs is dependent on what you want to do. You don't need reservations for the more than 20 activities and credit cards are accepted. There is a really nice website if you search "Mt Hood... More
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