Welcome to Oregon!
In Oregon, you can experience 12 unique ski areas that offer more than 16,000 acres of skiing, 400 runs, 71 ski lifts, 13 terrain parks, snow cat skiing and around 400 inches of snowfall annually. Ranging from community ski hills to destination resorts, Oregon has great mountains to explore.With the longest ski season in North America, where ski areas open sometimes even October and continue into May, Oregon is the place to go for Spring Skiing. Spring conditions are better in Oregon than anywhere else on the planet. Be one of the first to enjoy Oregon;s powdery slopes, and have them all to yourself. Ski Oregon: More than 25 feet of natural snowfall annually and the maritime climate, are a guarantee for perfect skiing conditions. Oregon;s mountains are equipped with modern snowmaking machines, but because of the conditions, they rarely need assistance from them. In addition to having big alpine descents, including 3 mountains with vertical drops greater than 2,700', most areas also have groomed Nordic trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Mt. Bachelor pushes the limits with its Nordic freestyle terrain park – a quarter mile of specially crafted table-top jumps, spines, rollers, and whoop-dee-dos. Several areas have lift served winter-tubing, snowskates, snow bikes or ski boards.
Ski Oregon, because Oregon is a special place!
Skiing is no tall you can do in Oregon.
Why not see Oregon’s Seven Wonders?You can see every one of Oregon’s Seven Wonders from your car or standing at a designated viewpoint. But to really experience them, you should hit the trail. Nothing else compares to getting to know a place than to hike through it. All of your senses will be engaged, not just the sights, but also the sounds and scents of each of these places is unique — from the sweet scent of juniper at Smith Rock, to the aroma of the salty ocean air at the Oregon Coast, to the sound of water crashing in the Columbia River Gorge’s many waterfalls.
- Columbia River Gorge: Herman Creek Trail
- Crater Lake: Mount Scott Trail
- Mt. Hood: Tamanawas Falls Trail
- Oregon Coast: Cooks Ridge & Gwynn Creek Loop
- Painted Hills: Painted Hills Unit Trails
- Smith Rock: Misery Ridge and River Trails
- The Wallowas: Hurricane Creek Trail
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