Skiing & Snowboarding in The Dalles


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  • Meadowlark Ski and Sports
    Rentals are available in day-long packages. Adult downhill skis and adult snowboards cost $30 for one day's rental and $45 for two days, while junior boards and downhill skis run $20 for one day and $30 for two days. Meadowlark's friendly and knowledgeable staff of mountain professionals is happy to guide customers toward the equipment that will serve them best as they take on nature's craggy surges with confidence-instilling snow gear.
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    38858 Pioneer Blvd
    Sandy, OR US
  • Mt. Hood Skibowl
    Located at Skibowl East, The Snow Tube and Adventure Park boasts a variety of cold-weather attractions for all ages, and offers a conveyor lift to the top of the main tube hill on Mt. Hood. Open on weekends and holidays, a host of activities are available including Frosty?s Playland, Indoor Super Play Zone, and the Kid?s Tubing Carousel. Add more thrills during the day with the Extreme Tube Hill for those with more experience, or at night with the recently introduced cosmic tubing. Event space is available for up to 5,000 people.
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    87000 E Hwy. 26
    Government Camp, OR US
  • Mt. Hood Adventure
    Mt. Hood Adventure has been guiding visitors for nearly 10 years around the area of the scenic Mount Hood National Forest. Their experience and knowledge was enough for The Oregonian to deem them ?The leading recreational outfitter guide service in the Mt. Hood National Forest.? Led by Greg "Chopper" Moreno, the guides at Mt. Hood Adventure introduce tourgoers to the animals, plant-life, geology, and really pretty sections of the mountain. Chopper and his team take patrons on summertime canoe trips, mountain-biking excursions, horseback riding, hiking, and more. Once snow covers the mountain's face, trips take a more winter-friendly turn, with snowshoeing outings and snowmobiling adventures. Once visitors finish up with their excursion, they can take advantage of the nearby Mt. Hood Skibowl winter and summer resort. There they can enjoy warm-weather activities such as zip lining, kayaking, and rock climbing, along with winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing.
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    88335 East Government Camp Loop Road
    Government Camp, OR US
  • Summit Ski Area
    Summit Ski Area?s unbroken streak of operation dates all the way back to 1927, making it the nation?s second oldest continuously operating ski destination. In 10 separate decades, skiers have strapped on their skis and negotiated the terrain?s 306 feet of vertical drop, slaloming down runs such as Bumble Bee, Yellow Jacket, and Alpine Trail to the base elevation of 4,000 feet. The spot also boasts 15 kilometers of Nordic trails designed by four-time Olympian Bill Koch. Opened to cross-country skiers in 1992, the trails help round out the area?s snow-sport offerings, which also include skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and abominable-snowman taunting.
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    90255 E Government Camp Loop
    Government Camp, OR US
  • Hillcrest Ski and Sports
    Founded in 1976, Hillcrest Ski & Sports hosts an armory of gear for skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding, running, and water sports. Snow bunnies can protect themselves from alkali metals, actinides, and other elements with clothing and eyewear such as women’s Wigwam Snow Mogul socks ($19) and women’s Scott USA radiant goggles (up to $85). Keep feet at a stylish constant with a pair of men’s Reef Brazil Phantoms sandals ($27) while rotating through different colors of Airblaster Airshades ($18) to camouflage against urban, rural, and tropospheric backdrops. The bright colors of the Alien Workshop Saari Moon Buggy Skateboard Deck ($59.95) complement summer palettes, and the three cup holders built into the HO Sports Leisure Lounge raft ($39.99) keep aquatic revelers well hydrated between Super Soaker jousts. The shop also offers rentals of winter gear, and provides expert maintenance services on skis, snowboards, and robotic dog sleds.
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    2506 SE Burnside Rd
    Gresham, OR US
  • Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort
    Varied terrain, breathtaking panoramic views, and 430 average inches of annual snowfall make Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort a destination for anyone ready to rollick in fresh powder. The mountain’s slopes hold enough acreage to keep skis busy for days—from gentle beginner runs to gated-access double-black-diamond terrain. Paths flanked by evergreens and cliff outcroppings keep even the most advanced snow bunnies on their toes, but most of the gradients are gentle enough for beginner and intermediate cruisers. The resort also features 140 acres of night skiing runs and up to 15 kilometers of groomed and set track along the nordic center’s scenic wooded trails and meadows. Snowboarders perfect their jumps and spins in six freestyle terrain parks with a 500-foot-long, in-ground SuperPipe, or guests who have never worn skis or are only accustomed to speeding downhill while being chased by a scorned paperboy might opt for a professional lesson. After a long day on the slopes, visitors refuel at 10 onsite restaurants and bars. The fireplace-warmed lodge offers convenient daycare services with age-appropriate toys, computers, and arts and crafts.
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    8800 SE Sunnyside Rd
    Clackamas, OR US

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