A snow crown worth sharing
This large avalanche and enormous crown was reported at Mt. Hood Meadows with last weeks big snow and warming cycle.
Mt. Hood Meadows boasts the most varied and exciting trails in the Northwest and Mt. Hood’s most advanced terrain. Voted by Oregonians for having the best crusing intermediate terrain in the state, Meadows offers more than 2,150 acres of pure enjoyment. Rising to its highest lift-served elevation of 7,300 feet, you’ll feel like you’re on the top of the world as you take in a panoramic view to the east and south.
Legendary Heather Canyon is like its own separate ski area – endlessly steep pitches of powder into the spectacular Canyon. There’s an additional 1,700 vertical for hikers who want to drop into the double blacks of Super Bowl above Heather, to bring the total vertical available in just one run to almost 4,500 feet.
Access gates (experts only) into Private Reserve and S&R Cliffs provide extremely challenging, pulse pounding gladed trails with cliff outcroppings. Those searching for the more open bowls of Elk and Yoda will be rewarded with epic runs and an experience you’ll long remember and brag about. With 11 lifts, including five high-speed quads, the entire 2,150 acres of skiable terrain is easily accessed.
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