Timberline Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsTimberline Lodge, OR US
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Timberline TerrainMount Hood is more than a mountain. It’s a mammoth playground. An adventurer’s paradise. A dream for thrill-seekers and sightseers. Pick a season, any season. Then hightail it to Timberline, where you’ll find yourself in the middle of it all.
Timberline SnowboardingHalfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 4
In search of the best parks on Mt. Hood? Look no further. Timberline maintains multiple terrain parks throughout the year with enough jibs, jumps and pipes to keep even the hardest of the hardcore happy. Timberline was a freestyle leader from the start. Back in the day, Palmer Snowfield was a testing ground for many of the types of features now seen in freestyle terrain parks around the globe.
Timberline Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at TimberlineWhat’s the best place to be in the winter? Out on the mountain enjoying great snow in a fantastic setting no doubt. With our launch of Still Creek Basin - you’ll have plenty of room to move. No matter if you prefer one stick or two.
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.
Information last updated 02/06/2014.