[part title=”Mount Hood, Oregon, USA”]
The resort that runs across Palmer Snowfield, located on the south face of Mt. Hood, runs the longest season in North America — open daily between late May and early September. The summer ski area is primarily used for race camps, but the above-treeline terrain always includes one lane for public use. However, it is the kick-ass terrain park that has made summers in Timberline famous.
First in the Mile Canyon and then up to the Palmer snowfield, there are no ‘small’ features in these parks, and they are recommended for advanced skill level riders only. If you have the talent, and the commitment, Timberline can change your life. It beats lazing around on a beach right?