Skiing & Snowboarding in Oregon

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  • Miss Fit Adventures
    In her two-plus decades in the fitness industry, master trainer and owner of Miss Fit Adventures Nikki Becker has compiled a pretty impressive resume filled with certifications and specialties. But perhaps her most important attribute is her genuine desire to help others reach their goals. Using the canyons, mountains, and rivers of the Pacific Northwest as her playground, Nikki along with the Miss Fit Adventures team leads fitness enthusiasts into the wild during rewarding outdoors experiences. The team also leads one-on-one training sessions and fitness classes under the sturdy roof of the Miss Fit studio in Portland, which keeps extraterrestrials from learning too much about human fitness routines.
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    1001 SE Water Ave
    Portland, OR US
  • Hillcrest Ski & Sports
    With a wide variety of sporting goods and attire, Hillcrest Ski and Sports in Gresham is a premier destination for athletes. Ladies, if you are on the market for some fashion-forward clothing items, look no further than this highly rated store. If you have made the commitment to get back in shape, treat yourself to some new workout clothing items from Hillcrest Ski and Sports. Get the most out of your next hunting trip with some of their quality equipment and ammunition. Street and lot parking is simple near Hillcrest Ski and Sports. No matter what sporting good you are on the hunt for, Hillcrest Ski and Sports in Gresham is sure to have it in stock.
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    2506 Southeast Burnside Road
    Gresham, OR US
  • Elk Lake Resort
    Despite its endless amenities and activities, the true gems of Elk Lake Resort are the towering peaks and evergreen-laden valleys of the surrounding Cascade Range mountains. The resort functions as a base camp for this landscape, inviting visitors to explore it with cross-country skis and snowmobiles during the winter and canoes and backpacking excursions during summer months. To accommodate longer stays, the grounds also sport 10 cabins featuring full kitchens with microwaves and combination coffeemaker/particle accelerators, as well as three rustic camping cabins that provide propane heat and shelter from the elements without the electricity or furnishings of the larger units. Regardless of the season, the resort's lodge welcomes visitors and plies them with everything from quick mugs of local beer to full meals made with locally grown ingredients.
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    60000 SW Century Dr.
    Bend, OR US
  • Diamond Lake Resort
    Back in the 1920s, Diamond Lake Resort was a fishing lodge. Today, though, it's much more—a hub for year-round recreation in Crater Lake National Park. In the summer, visitors fish for rainbow trout in the glittering lake and bicycle down lush trails. In winter, they drive snowmobiles over the fresh snow and cross-country ski along seven miles of groomed trails (or through 35 miles of rugged backcountry). Whatever the season, the resort offers plenty of places to stay, just as it did back in its fishing lodge days. Today, though, lodgings range from motel-style rooms to standalone vintage cabins.
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    350 Resort Drive
    Diamond Lake, OR US
  • Sand Master Park
    Some kids eventually outgrow their sandbox. Others just find more sand. Lots and lots of sand. At Sand Master Park, that natural material covers 40 acres, where it takes the form of sculpted dunes and rolling slopes ideal for sand-boarding: a sport similar to snowboarding, just with more agreeable weather conditions. Here, instructors teach lessons on how to glide over sand and eventually execute tricks on jump rails and slides. The sandy grounds also allow for other activities, including skim-boarding, sand sculpting, and dune buggies.
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    5351 US Hwy. 101
    Florence, OR US
  • Mt. Hood Adventure Park at Skibowl
    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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    87000 E Hwy. 26
    Government Camp, OR US

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