Mt. Bachelor and Mt. Hood are dormant volcanoes in Oregon. These white-capped mountains are part of the Cascade Range and offers
the best skiing in the Northwest. Speed lifts, treeless bowls, miles of groomed runs, no crowds, and plenty of sunshine make these
ski resorts a real bargain. See professional snowboarders compete at Mt. Bachelor. We visit the Lodge at Timberline on Mt. Hood
and catch Mt. Hood Meadows on a powder day. After exploring the many waterfalls of the Columbia Gorge at sunset, we spend the evening in Portland and
ski Mt. Ashland the very next day.
Approximate running time: 27 minutes
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