|photo by: Terry Richard/The Oregonian|
Some Ski Resorts do not have enough snow to operate their ski lifts, so where can you go to get some snow? Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline Lodge have enough snow to operate their ski lifts, so come get some of the fun on the mountain. Read more details below.
Oregon’s winter sports season is dealing with a paltry supply of snow this Christmas holiday, but the state’s four highest-elevation resorts are open and have some good skiing. Resorts operating ski lifts in Oregon are Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood, Mt. Bachelor in central Oregon and Anthony Lakes in northeastern Oregon. Hoodoo, Willamette Pass and Mt. Ashland don’t have enough snow to open ski lifts. Mt. Hood Skibowl is limited to operating its tubing park and a beginner rope tows by using snow it makes.
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