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From Summer to Winter in a Week

An unusually warm and dry November gave way to torrential winds and heavy precipitation as winter announced its presence emphatically with three feet of fresh snow in a couple of days on...

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130 Years of Ingenuity on Mount Hood

Not long after the first pioneers found their way to the Cascade Range, they started dreaming up ways to climb – and ski – Mount Hood. It’s a rich tradition of ingenuity...

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3 things you should know about tire chains (the first being you may not need them)

You know it’s going to be fun on the mountain when you drive under the big electronic sign that reads CHAINS REQUIRED. Probably the last thing you’ll want to do at that moment...

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Is it even worth skiing this season?

Quick answer: Yes! Even with the risk of COVID-19, high-speed turns in the fresh air may be exactly what you need this winter. I know I could use some mountain time. It has been a long slog...

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By Zeb Yaklich Mt. Hood Meadows, Timberline, and now Skibowl have made the tough decision to suspend operations due to COVID-19....

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3 Deaths on Mt. Hood in 3 Weeks, 2 of them in Heather Canyon

Two snowboarders and a backcountry skier died on Mount Hood in February, including two deaths in Heather Canyon following a wild stretch of weather that created particularly hazardous off-trail conditions....

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Accidents and Rescues, Backcountry, News

An Existential Threat to Mount Hood’s Volunteer Rescue Experts

The backcountry skier who fell to his death on Mount Hood February 25th was...

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Change, News

Sunlight on the Mountain

Photo by Dan Sherwood: Tommy Ellingson on Illumination Saddle at the Mount Hood...

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Backcountry, Climbing, News

Teenager summits Hood four times in one day

A teenager’s harrowing fall down from Mount Hood’s Pearly Gates recently...

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Powder Days

Two Powder Days in One

Sometimes the snow is so sweet in the Private Reserve and Heather Canyon that...

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Nordic Skiing

If Nordic is Your Cup of Tea, Teacup Has Nordic

It’s a blue bird day at Teacup Lake Nordic area and the sun lights up the...

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