From the moment you arrive:




The forecast is calling for significant snow to fall over the next 5 days, 3 plus feet by some accounts. Hooray!!!!!

Currently, temps are expected to be very cold with mid to low teens and possibly single digits numbers…..think POWDER!!!!

Please be sure to dress in layers and remember to use your car as “base camp” for breaks and warming up as we’re still operating our lodges under “Take Out/Grab and Go” protocols due to Covid 19 capacity restrictions.

Think SNOW! We can’t wait to see you!


Mid Winter Update

We’ve had a great start to the winter season, followed by a small reprieve of winter weather since the new year has begun. Winter has returned and the La Nina Advisory is in full effect with a colder and wetter than normal forecast heading into Spring.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our visitors who have helped keep Covid in check by doing your part by wearing masks, physical distancing and staying home when feeling ill. Our employees and Guests THANK YOU! Keep up the great work. For those looking to visit with us, remember to wear you mask, and yes….cover your nose too! We know times have been challenging, it has been for all of us, PLEASE CONTINUE TO DO YOUR PART to keep our season alive! We’re in this together.

Some friendly reminders on what you should expect when visiting Mt. Hood Skibowl this winter during Covid 19.

SKIING AND RIDING: RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED/LIMITED CAPACITY for skiing and riding! Daily volume will be managed on a first-come, first-served basis using parking capacity of Skibowl West as the main gauge for volume management, including passholders, day ticket sales and rentals. Lift Tickets are available through our self-service kiosks which typically open (1) hour prior to the lift schedule as capacity allows. There is no Sledding or personal snow play located at Mt. Hood Skibowl. The use of personal sleds of any kind is strictly prohibited. All visitors are required to have a valid lift or tubing ticket to use the area.

SKI AND BOARD RENTALS are available on a first come, first served basis. Our inventory will typically be greater than our parking capacity, so if you get a spot to park at Skibowl West, you generally should not have any issues renting gear. The process does take some time so please have some patience. We do require a Registration Form with key information to rent gear, so save some time and fill it our before your arrival Rental Form. 

TUBING: DAY AND COSMIC ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Tickets must be purchased in advance online here. Reservations open on a rolling 1 month in advance. Each Monday, a new week will be added to the e-Commerce Calendar. Demand is high and space is limited. Take note: Tubing is located at Ski Bowl East. There is no Sledding or personal snow play located at Mt. Hood Skibowl. The use of personal sleds of any kind is strictly prohibited. All visitors are required to have a valid lift or tubing ticket to use the area.

FOOD AND BEVERAGE is available for TAKE OUT only. We ask that you use your car or one of our outside picnic tables. Please keep physical distancing in mind when in the base area and please be courteous to those area you. If you need to warm up, we ask that you head to your vehicle as there is not indoor space available at this time until Clackamas County Risk Levels lesson. We also have the full Menu of the Ratskeller available for online ordering and for pick up. You can find that menu here. Located just a mile away in Government Camp.

SKI AND RIDE SCHOOL is available by reservation only. Click Here to make a reservation or get more info.

We’re going to need the collective help from everyone visiting Mt. Hood Skibowl to do their part in the effort of preventing the spread of Covid-19. We ask that you take personal responsibility while visiting with us and adhering to the following guidelines:

•    If you are feeling ill, PLEASE stay home.
•    Be prepared to use your vehicle as a base camp.
•    Agree to a Covid questionnaire provided in the online ticket purchasing process.
•    FACE MASKS REQUIRED TO ENTER and must be worn at all times and your nose must be fully covered.       
      Those refusing to wear a mask will be asked to leave and service refused.
•    Please PHYSICAL DISTANCE whenever around other people. Do Your Part! 
•    Wash hands frequently with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer.
•    Immediately notify Skibowl Management if you begin to experience flu-like symptoms or test positive for    
     Covid-18 after leaving our facility.

Think Snow!


Mike Quinn – VP/GM



Know Before You Go

Tubing at Skibowl is fun AND safe