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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!

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Featured Blog Posts

Tips For Booking Your Ski Vacation Early

Planning any trip can be as fun as the trip itself, depending on how you operate. Especially when you’re going on a ski vacation. Booking important things well in advance takes a lot of pressure off your shoulders. Plus, it means it gives a lot of time to decide on the vacation as a whole.  Read more ➝

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Kids Ski Rentals

If you’re planning to take your kids skiing or riding for the first time, you probably have a lot of questions about ski, snowboard and equipment rental. Don’t worry. Everyone from the most experienced skiers and riders to those on a ski vacation for the first time have questions about equipment needs, rentals and safety  Read more ➝

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Should I Learn To Ski Or Snowboard?

It’s a question as old as time (at least modern time), and one that many people struggle with. The worlds of skiing and snowboarding have merged closer together over the years and opened doors for participants to easily switch from one to the other. But if you’re just starting to learn how to test the  Read more ➝

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The Importance of Finding The Right Ski Boots

Skiing is an investment, but one that’s well worth it. Like many sports, you can purchase ski equipment that’s vital to the overall experience. Because it’s so important to find the right ski boots, it’s always a great idea to rent them before you buy them! And though you might be ready to buy, it’s  Read more ➝

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How Skiing Has Changed Over The Last Five Decades

Skiing has been around for a lot longer than most people might be aware of. But we’re not talking about the examples of skis from Russia that date back to 6000 BCE (yes it’s true!). Modern skiing began to blossom in the mid-1800s in Norway. Over the years, what began as military exercises evolved into  Read more ➝

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Skiing For the First Time

You’ve wanted to ski for years and finally, you find that you have the time and resources to do so. But this might be the first time you’re trying the sport out, never having been out on the slopes. It might seem like a big task but with the right tips and information, your experience  Read more ➝

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How To Demo Skis: A Quick Snapshot

From beginner to advanced skiers and riders, choosing the right skis or snowboard to purchase makes for a lot of questions. Ski companies offer so many options that it might seem like your best option is to close your eyes and point to which ones you’ll buy. While that’s not quite the best solution, there  Read more ➝

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How to Save Money on Spring Break Ski Vacations

The words “spring break” are typically and universally associated with images of the beach, sunsets and huge crowds. But for snow lovers and enthusiasts, it means it’s time to plan out a ski trip to places a little bit cooler (or at least colder)! You might have been envisioning your Spring Break ski vacation all season long,  Read more ➝

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Practice Makes Perfect: Helping Kids Ski For the First Time

Learning a new skill can be intimidating sometimes, especially for younger athletes who haven’t skied before. Like riding a bike or stepping into a pool for the first time, it can be slow going at the beginning. That’s to be expected, of course, but with your guidance and help from the resort, you can prep  Read more ➝

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How to Save Money on Your Next Ski Trip

Ski vacations, even if they’re only for the weekend, can take some planning. There’s a few logistics to work out, especially if you’re traveling out-of-state this season. Whether you’re staying local or setting your sights on a new favorite destination, you’re most likely trying to score the best deals out there. “Sifting” through the seemingly  Read more ➝

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