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Environment, News

Mount Hood Gets a New Volcano Monitoring Station

It’s worth remembering that Mount Hood is an active volcano. One of these days, it is going to blow. When it erupts, plumes of rock will shoot up thousands of feet above the volcano....

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High School Alpine Racing, News

The Oregon High School Ski Racing Season is On!

Oregon high school ski racers and their families and coaches can breathe a collective sigh of relief now that state and league racing officials have scrambled to find a solution to a vexing...

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Culture/Style

Have a Beer While You Get Your Ski Boots Fitted in Portland? Yes Please!

Getting your new ski boots professionally custom fit is the number one best gift you can get yourself as a skier....

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News

Massive Howitzer-Fueled Slide Rips Down Mount Hood, Creating a Large Hazard Zone in Heather Canyon

A pair of enormous human-caused avalanches on Mount Hood have forced Mt. Hood Meadows to close down Heather Canyon at least through the weekend....

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Resorts

Meadows Plans New Lodge, Overflow Parking

Mt. Hood Meadows is planning to expand parking and indoor seating significantly with a 2-year, $15 million investment partly financed by a new five-year season pass....

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Mountain Characters

Outdoor Community Mourns Laura Green

Editor’s Notes: It was a loss for the mountain community when Laura Green died in a windsurfing accident on December 6, 2018. In respect, we are publishing the following article from...

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Resorts

Timberline is Taking a Closer Look at a Mount Hood Gondola

Timberline Lodge management is investigating the feasibility of a new Mount Hood Gondola connecting Government Camp with the historic lodge at 6,000 feet....

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Environment

Mount Hood Resorts Commit to Future of Snow

Mt. Hood Meadows, Timberline, and Mt. Hood Skibowl have joined forces to support two pieces of Oregon Legislation to fight climate change....

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News

Snow piles up 10 feet deep on Mount Hood

A powerful series of winter storm cycles has transformed Mount Hood into a winter wonderland, with over 10 feet of snow at 6,000 feet and three more feet potentially on the way this...

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Resorts

Timberline Master Plan Calls for New Parking, Lodge, and Tubing Hill

Timberline Lodge and Ski Resort has released a 100-page Master Plan that calls for 800 new parking spaces, a new day lodge, and a tubing hill and snow play area near Molly’s lift....

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