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Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, Government Camp

(3.8/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Maybe we hit this place at the wrong time, but when compared to Timberline, this place didn't groom their trails nearly as well -- which was a problem since there was a ton of ice. It's bigger and the...  more »
  • We booked a sleigh ride and rented snow shoes/poles as well as snow boards/boots/helmets from Mt. Hood Ski Bowl/Mt. Hood Adventure located in the lower level of the Huckleberry Inn building. We also w...  more »
  • Bucket list trip that did not disappoint...suggest a day trip pack some snacks and water...once there be sure to Ske the time for a hike and some amazing views...stop by the lodge for comfy rest...dre...  more »
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  • I really only went to ride on the slide in the mountain. The wait wasn't really too bad & it was absolutely beautiful. The ticket for myself was around $15. There is also biking trails in the summer. Parking was easy; bathrooms and food/drinks were accesible easily. It was a great time.
  • Took the grandkids and we all had a blast. I highly recommend getting an all day pass. We only did the 3 hour pass and left wanting to do more. Especially the Alpine slide! Excellent fun
  • A lot of fun in the summer! Fun to take the lift up to the the top and breath some fresh air also peace and quiet :) lots of activities for adults and kids. Next time will come when there's less people, otherwise the lines are huge.
  • Pretty good selection of things to do but the alpine slide wasn't all that organized. There was supposed to be a fast lane and a slow lane but they both had slow people in them. Frustrating to have to ride your brake behind someone most of the way down.
  • I learned how to ride here and it's still one of my favorite spots to ride 15 years later. Best night skiing anywhere. Upper bowl on a good day is magic.