March 14, 2012

New "Spring" Season Pass Triggers Major Winter Storm at Mt. Hood Meadows

New “Spring” Season Pass Triggers Major Winter Storm at Mt. Hood Meadows - Unlimited Spring Season Pass - $149 good every day the rest of the season!

Winter storm dumps more than 2 feet of snow with more forecast!

Mt. Hood, OR - Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort’s new “Unlimited Spring” season pass went on sale Monday – offering the rest of the season for just $149. And right on cue the weather changed to winter, bringing a severe winter storm, which so far has dropped more than two-feet of snow at the resort. With a winter advisory and storm watch posted, the short term forecast has more snow with accumulations of two or more feet the rest of the week. The resort currently has a 140 inch snow depth in the base area, one of the deepest in the country.

Mt. Hood Meadows has announced daily operations through April 29, and is considering extending operations on weekends into May depending on conditions and interest. The resort has also extended its “Meadows After Dark” Wednesday – Sunday night operations through Sunday, April 1. The “Unlimited Spring” season pass is good the rest of the season, and at $149 represents one of the best values in late season skiing and riding found anywhere. The pass can be purchased on the resort’s website or at the ski resort.

The resort’s Nordic Center will also continue Thursday – Monday operations through Sunday, April 1, and a special $40 unlimited track pass is available for cross country skiers.

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