Oregon Ski Resorts

12 unique ski areas are within the state of Oregon. The state averages around an annual 400 inches of snowfall. Mt. Bachelor located near the town of Bend is Oregon's largest ski area with the highest skiable elevation in the state. It has one of the longest ski seasons in the Northwest usually from mid November through into May. Mt. Hood is just 90 minutes from Portland. It's sprawled across Mt. Hood's protected southeast side. Mt. Hood offers the largest night skiing area in America.
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900 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 21 trails, 1100 skiable acres
At a 7,100 foot base elevation, Anthony Lakes is the highest base elevation in Oregon. Located in the Elkhorn Range of the Blue Mountains. It's also known for some of the most amazing nordic skiing in the Northwest.
300 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 10 trails, 50 skiable acres
Winter fun and activities for the entire family nestled on the northeastern slopes of Mt. Hood National Forest. Enjoy views of three different mountain peaks.
1035 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 34 trails, 800 skiable acres
Located high in the Orgeon Cascades. The majority of Hoodoo's 800 skiable acres rest on the northern slope. Nordic skiers can get away from it all on 18.5 km of cross-country trails.
1150 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 23 trails, 220 skiable acres
A family oriented ski area located in the heart of the Southern Oregon Alps near the Oregon /California border.
530 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 0 trails
Resort situated on the Tollgate Summit in the Blue Mountains in northeast Oregon. Spout Springs is the oldest continuous operating ski area in Oregon.
300 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 0 trails, 70 skiable acres
The Pacific Northwest's oldest ski area. Located on Mount Hood. Summit's base elevation is 4,000 feet and has 306 feet of vertical lift for skiing.
640 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 8 trails
A small ski resort that was founded by a group of ski enthusiasts back in the 1930s near the small mountain town of Joseph. The ski area has one T-bar lift and one tow-rope with eight skiable trails.
1080 ft vertical, 1 lifts, 21 trails
Info for ski area operated by the non-profit Fremont Highlander Ski Club. Located in the Fremont National Forest in Oregon.
1563 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 29 trails, 555 skiable acres
29 runs and 1,563 vertical feet await you from the summit of Eagle Peak and Peak Two. Willamette Pass is located at milepost 62, 70 miles East of Eugene, Oregon, on Highway 58.