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Oregon

Oregon is a beautiful state with nine resorts, including Mt. Hood and world-class Mt. Bachelor. Locals and visitors have it lucky with some of the lowest lift ticket prices in the country. In addition, with some of the highest elevated peaks in the Northwest, Mt. Hood and Mt. Bacehlor receive loads of Oregon powder each ski season.

What Makes Oregon Unique

Bachelor’s "Northwest" chair has the 2,365 vertical feet, the second longest vertical run for a chairlift in all of North America. The ski slopes are incredible, the grooming teams superb. Oregon’s mountain resorts offer Olympic-class snowboarding terrain, including super-tubes that will have you catching air and pulling off tricks you’d never have thought possible before. This same super-mountain even offers sledding, tubing, snowshoeing, dog-sledding, and a number of indoor activities for your non-skiing family and friends. The resort is part of the Deschutes National Forest and maintains a level of excellence in environmental conservation. Amazingly, this is a wind-generated resort. That’s keeping 4,062 pounds of CO2 out of the atmosphere—as if they did not use 413,115 gallons of gasoline.

Major Ski Resorts

Mt. Hood is just south of the Washington border. Mt. Hood Meadows has 2,777 vertical feet. With 2,150 acres, you’re not likely to run out of things to do any time soon. How about the family and ecologically friendly Mount Ashland? They’re running an all Green mountain now, and having an awesome time doing it!  Whether you’re coming from Seattle, Portland, Salem or Eugene, you’ll find the central mountains of Oregon are easy to get to. The hard part is leaving!

Vacation Coupons—What We Do!

This is the place to get Oregon ski deals including lodging and accommodation discounts, lift ticket deals, coupons for ski rentals, and ski resort activities.

Featured Blog Posts

How to Improve Your Snowboarding Technique

So you’ve learned the basic snowboarding skills, enough so that you blend in with the other knuckle draggers on the hill. Don’t stop there. Snowboarding coaches often say that when your riding technique plateaus you should stick with a plan that will help you push yourself further. So instead of settling, use these tips and you’ll […]

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How to Choose the Perfect Ski Boot

Choosing the perfect ski boot is critical. A well-fitted boot means the difference between cutting it up on the slopes, or spending the day at the lodge with sore feet. That said, here are some things to keep in mind when it’s time to pick the perfect pair. Don’t judge a boot by its color […]

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Mt. Bachelor Opens 635 More Acres of Awesome

While skiers flocked the snowy slopes of Mt. Bachelor until closing day, groundbreaking plans were already underway for the off season. Along with the usual maintenance activities which go into keeping 3500+ acres in tip-top sending shape – such as shrub trimming, grading, and boulder tumbling – some major construction will be changing the face of the mountain forever. Officials at Powdr […]

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Who Will Get First Chair? Ski Season Opening Dates 2016-2017

There’s no doubt that soon after the hues in the tree lines turn orange, red and yellow, winter fans across the continent start looking forward to the first snowflakes to grace the mountain tops, and to the unofficial start of the ski season 2016-17. Ski season opening dates 2016 go into full swing now! That time has […]

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Cloudchaser: Mt. Bachelor’s New Lift

If you’ve only been visiting Mt. Bachelor over the last few years, then you’ve never seen a new chairlift installed at the Cascade Range’s largest ski resort. That is about to change with the introduction of Cloudchaser, Mt. Bachelor’s new lift and the first to be installed since 2006 when Pine Marten Express was replaced. […]

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Going on a Family Ski Vacation? Save by Renting Your Equipment

If you are in the midst of planning a family ski vacation, you’re probably feeling super-excited about your upcoming trip. You might be anxious to go out and purchase all of the newest and best ski equipment so that you and your family will be prepared, but that is one thing that you might want […]

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Two Simple Exercises to Improve Your Skiing and Riding

There’s nothing like a day on the slopes. It’s hard to beat the thrill of downhill skiing and snowboarding. However, if you’re not in great shape you may find that a day at the ski resort leaves you with aching muscles, and you don’t have the stamina to enjoy the entire day. If you want […]

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How to Rent Snowboard Equipment

Snowboard gear is expensive. If you plan to go only a few times a year, you might want to look into renting your gear. It is fairly inexpensive, you won’t have to store your gear in the off-season, and snowboard equipment rental is relatively simple. Nearly all ski shops carry snowboard equipment, and if you […]

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Get Insider Savings with Exclusive Deals at SkiCoupons.com

We know you – you save your vacation days for the first snowfall, and head for the mountains to slash downhill. There’s no better way for you to spend the day. But whether you frequent your favorite ski resort, or prefer a new adventure at each turn, skiing and snowboarding requires an investment in time […]

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Ski Resort Opening and Closing Dates for 2015-2016

The ski films are out, and you know what that means – ski season is just around the corner! Calgary in Canada closed out their summer with a blanket of snowfall, and early snowmaking has begun at Copper Mountain in Colorado, along with some other resorts across the nation. With El Nino’s rains blessing the […]

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