Are you planning your next ski trip to Oregon? If so, did you know that you can ski year round in Oregon?
In this article, we will provide you with more information on where you can ski for all 12 months of the year in Oregon and things to know about skiing there.
Where Can You Ski Year Round In Oregon?
Even though I love skiing in Oregon at destinations like Mt Bachelor, if I want to go skiing in the fall, or during the summer months, I head to Timberline because it’s the only ski area in the United States that’s open all year.
Located on Mount Hood, Timberline is a great place to ski because it’s located close to the top of an 11,245-foot volcano, and with 3,690 vertical feet (2,616 feet during the summer), this makes it the perfect place to plan a great ski trip.
There are currently 41 trails on Timberline that are suitable for skiers of all skill sets since 25% of the trails are ranked as beginner, 50% for intermediate, and 25% for advanced.
Timberline also boasts a variety of lifts including 5 high-speed quads, one triple, one double, one surface, and one passenger snow cat so you’re going to have complete access to all of the best trails on the mountain and have a great ski trip.
Perfect For Snowboarding Too!
Let’s say that you want to go snowboarding Ski Year Round, in July, instead of skiing, in this case, you should still head to Timberline because their Freestyle Training Center is open from June 29th through August 1st and is a great place to spend the day snowboarding.
Here you will find a plethora of ramps, banks, jibs, rails, jumps, half pipes, quarter pipes, and more! Lift tickets cost $100. They include access to all snowboarding and public ski areas.
For more information about skiing at Timberline, visit their website by clicking here.