- $69 for two open-to-close all-day, all-night lift tickets ($138 value)
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Mt. Hood Skibowl
The closest ski resort to Portland at less than an hour’s drive, Mt. Hood Skibowl offers what Ski Magazine christens “the most night skiing terrain in North America. The resort provides a full range of adrenaline-infused winter activities such as skiing and snowboarding for beginners and experts alike, all spread out across more than 1,000 acres of Mt. Hood National Forest. For decades, Skibowl’s expertly-groomed slopes have earned a reputation for offering what Powder Magazine calls “Best Terrain on Mt. Hood”, making steep night-lit diamond runs a popular destination for might-testing daredevils. The multiple 2014 Reader’s Choice-winning park’s activities also extend to tubing and snowmobiling.
Mt. Hood Skibowl
Located at Skibowl East, the Snow Tube and Adventure Park boasts a variety of snow play attractions for all ages. The park features Mt. Hood's only conveyor-assisted tube hill, offering two conveyors, which provides access to multiple tube lanes. There's also a kiddy carousel, Frosty's Playland, and a two-story, 2,400 sq. ft. indoor play zone, all of which is included with the price of a tube ticket.
When the sun goes down on the tube hill, the lights come on. Laser, colored, and black lights, as well as over 600,00 LED lights illuminate the world's only cosmic tubing hill. Visitors party to the beat of music and sport the included glow necklaces as they experience a veritable winter wonderland.