Steeped in a rich Pacific Northwest history, Timberline Lodge is a National Historic Landmark.

Mount Hood is more than a mountain. It’s a mammoth playground. An adventurer’s paradise. A dream for thrillseekers and sightseers. Pick a season, any season. Then hightail it to Timberline, where you’ll find yourself in the middle of it all.

SKIING & SNOWBOARDING - Opened in December 2007, Still Creek Basin is a brand-new network of ski trails—the largest and most exciting development of new Timberline terrain since the 1970s. SCB adds nearly 6 more miles of lower mountain terrain, including 8 alpine trails and a lift-served snowshoe trail. There’s more. We’ve also added the Jeff Flood Express Chairlift, the longest lift on Mt. Hood. This state-of-the-art, high-speed, wind-powered Doppelmayr quad lift can whisk you from bottom to top in just over 6 minutes. For you, this means less time waiting in line and more time skiing and riding.

Your time to progress never ends at Timberline. We have programs for first time skiers and riders, and programs for experts looking to refine specific skills. No matter what, we'll make sure you have fun getting to your next level.

SNOWSHOEING - Snowshoeing is a great way to experience the winter wonderland around Timberline Lodge. Our all-inclusive snowshoe package will get you set up in the proper equipment, give you access to amazing terrain for your adventure, and give you a ride back up to the top at the end of your day on our Jeff Flood Express chairlift.

MOUNTAIN BIKING - Snowshoeing is a great way to experience the winter wonderland around Timberline Lodge. Our all-inclusive snowshoe package will get you set up in the proper equipment, give you access to amazing terrain for your adventure, and give you a ride back up to the top at the end of your day on our Jeff Flood Express chairlift.

Working with the US Forest Service as Partners In Recreation – our goal is to fill a growing public need that is currently under-serviced in our region. Mountain bike trails within the Timberline permit area will be continually monitored and managed in a professional capacity – with a focus on safety, minimizing environmental impacts, and creating fun trails that mountain bikers want to ride. Trails for all ability levels are planned, as well as a skills park and complete rental facility for all needed gear to prepare you for a fun day on the mountain.

SUMMER SKI & RIDE - The only place in the country where you can get on lift-accessible snow throughout the entire summer! The Palmer Snowfield provides amazing skiing and riding above tree line to the 8,540′ level of Mt. Hood. Recommended for advanced intermediate and above skill level – there is nothing quite like carving turns and catching air on a warm summer day!

Please note, the majority of publicly accessible terrain on the Palmer Snowfield is somewhat limited due to many ski race camps that reserve private ‘lane’ space throughout the summer. There will always be one lane available for the public, with the potential for more on days when ski race camp traffic is lighter.

MAGIC MILE SKY RIDE -  One of our most popular summer activities is to ride the Magic Mile chair lift to the mountain’s 7000′ level – no skis or snowboards needed! The spectacular view of Mt. Hood, Palmer snowfield, and nearby Mt. Jefferson is one you’ll soon not forget. Allow 30 minutes to ride up and ride down, or 2 hours if you choose to ride up and walk down. Spend as much time at the top of the lift as you like before returning to the Lodge.

TIMBERLINE NATURE WALK WITH BRUNO - Join a Ranger and the 150 pound mascot of Timberline Lodge — the St. Bernard Bruno for some fun on Mount Hood! Depart from Timberline Lodge and stroll through the high country with Bruno on this short 1-2 mile walk (depending on weather) while learning about the winter ecology of Mount Hood. Once the snow flies, be sure to bring your winter gear and an appetite for adventure!

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