2 new Pistenbullies, 4 new webcams and a drying rack for 1400 boots are among the off-season improvements to Mt. Hood Meadows.

Skiers and snowboarders may not notice the largest investment at Mt. Hood Meadows  going into the 2016-17 season, but it should improve operations for the largest resort on Mount Hood.

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Get 'em while they're cold.

Mt. Hood Meadows will wrap up an excellent winter season on Saturday, May 14 with music, beer and some final turns in the corn.

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When the snow's good, there's no reason to leave. When it's bad, you'll have options.

A new pass exchange deal between Mt. Hood Meadows and Intrawest-owned Colorado resorts Winter Park and Steamboat could be the first of several as Meadows joins the partnership bandwagon.

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HB 4077 addresses inherent risks but not liability.

Oregon ski resort operators are making a second attempt to update state laws for ski areas this legislative session after a similar bill failed to win political support last year.

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Diane Cachron makes first tracks down Private Reserve Wednesday. Photos by Grant Myrdal

Powder shredders rejoice: The steepest and deepest of terrain on Mount Hood is now open for exploration, with ridiculous amounts of snowfall piling up over the past month.

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Expect an announcement on the re-opening of Shooting Star soon.

At 6 pm on Saturday, December 12, the entire ski area of Mt. Hood Meadows lost power. Chairlifts stopped, trail lights flicked off and everything turned dark and quiet. Within moments the mountain was decorated like a Christmas tree with hundreds of cell phone flashlights.

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Josh Larkin shredding the Upper Bowl in April of 2013.

Skibowl will open for skiing and snowboarding this week after picking up an extremely welcome 21 inches of fresh snow over 48 hours.

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Let the festivities begin.

What a week on Mount Hood.

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Images from Mt. Hood Meadows

This just in from Mt. Hood Meadows:

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Timberline has invested more than a million in improving food at the Wy'East Lodge.

Timberline has invested more than $2 million in snow grooming and food options in preparation for the winter of 2015-16.

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