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06/22/2016 | Mt Hood Territory, Recreation, Skiing, Snowboading

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Standing tall at 11,250 feet, Mt Hood is a beautiful sight to behold; And even more fun to ski down. Offering one of the longest ski seasons in the country, come cool off at the many fun snow activities Mt Hood offers, whether you are going solo, or are with the whole family. From skiing ans snowboarding down the mountain in summer, even tubing at night down ramps lit up by colorful lights, Mt Hood makes sure you are never bored.

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The Mountain is a jolly good place to play in the winter for families and extreme adventurers alike. Ski, snowboard, go snowmobiling, trek on snowshoe, cross country ski. Treat the kids to tubing, sledding, snowball fights and hot chocolate. Build a snowman, snow fort or igloo. Make snow angels. Rent the equipment you need. Take lessons or a guided tour. Carve it up!

Mt. Hood Skibowl shines with the largest night ski area in the nation. Amp your downhill style at Cosmic Tubing where you can race down a snow tube hill illuminated by 600,000+ colored LED lights. Go expert on the areas 34 black diamond runs, the most of any resort in Oregon.

Sample the groomed runs and trails at Timberline Lodge and Ski Area, providing the longest ski season in North America. Take to Summit Ski Areas beginner trails and runs, and their Snow Bunny sliding area and Sno Park. Let fly your tricks and freestyle on Timberlines half pipe. Telemark Mt. Hoods backcountry.

Rentals and instruction are available through Mt. Hood Adventure, Ottos Ski and Mountain Bike Shop and others. Let someone else drive Mt. Hood Express has room for your skis, boards, and gear.

Whether you are going alone or taking the family, you will always find something fun to do at Mt Hood. Learn more about fun things to do in the snow at Mt Hood.

Discover more attractions, events and activities you wont want to miss-out on while visiting: Mt Hood Territory. Dont forget to visit Mt Hood Territory Chamber Of Commerce for more information about the regions attractions and lodging before your trip to Mt Hood.

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