Oregon offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor winter recreation and ski conditions have set records this year. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or looking for back-country trails for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, Oregon has it all. And after your day's adventure, get pampered at a member inn of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.
Central and Eastern Oregon Bed and Breakfasts
Mt. Bachelor, one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest ski areas. Only 20 minutes form Bend, Mt. Bachelor offers world class skiing and snowboarding from November through May.
Ferguson Ridge is a community owned ski area located just 9 miles outside Joseph, Oregon. Operated by the Eagle Cap Ski Club, Ferguson Ridge Ski Patrol, and the Enterprise-Joseph Lions Club, it's completely run on heart-volunteers who want a community place to gather and play
Willamette Valley Bed and Breakfasts
From the Willamette Valley, the Willamette Pass Resort on Highway 58 offers big mountain skiing to a variety of skill levels. Seven lifts including the states only high-speed six passenger lift will take you to 360 degrees of alpine adventure.
Mt Hood Bed and Breakfasts
Many of the bed and breakfasts in the Mt Hood region have partnered with Mt Hood Meadows and offer $39 lift tickets good for open-close skiing at the resort with your stay.
Mt. Hood's ski resorts provide downhill skiing and snowboarding, hiking, and cross country skiing. Mt Hood Meadows is the largest ski resort on Mt. Hood! Enjoy 2150 acres of terrain with high speed express service with 5 high speed quads. Twelve chairlifts total and Snowcat access the greatest variety of terrain in the state of Oregon. Experts will revel in back-country skiing at Heather Canyon.
Timberline Ski Resort is the only ski area in North America that's open 12 months of the year with up to 3,590 vertical feet.
Southern Oregon Bed and Breakfasts
From Mt. Ashland’s 7,533-foot summit, skiers and snowboarders ride a drop of 1,150 vertical feet. There is a remarkable terrain park, and the four chairlifts provide access to 23 trails as well as to open bowl skiing.
In Crater Lake National Park cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular. There are nine different skiing trails available, ranging in difficulty.
These are but a few of your Oregon winter sport options. Many inns of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild are within minutes of world class outdoor adventures. And Oregon ski areas are setting records with snow fall so far this season. Mt Hood alone got over 10 inches last night and are expecting more today. Begin planning your Winter Ski Trip today