MT. HOOD, OR (Immediate Release) – “Meadows After Dark” Mt. Hood's premier night riding and skiing experience kicks off for the season this Friday, December 13. The resort will operate from 9 AM – 9 PM this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and then plans on operating on its normal lift operational schedule for the rest of the season.

  • Mondays and Tuesdays 9 AM – 4 PM
  • Wednesdays – Sundays 9 AM – 9 PM
This schedule can change with weather and snow conditions, and the resort advises that visitors always check the resort conditions page for current operational schedule and conditions. The resort reports having early season snow conditions on a 23 inch base, and advises watching for unmarked obstacles (even more important at night). Meadows is excited to open up nights for it’s loyal night pass holders and is the first resort to announce and offer night skiing on Mt. Hood.

Meadows night lift passes from 3 – 9 PM are already value priced at just $30. But the resort plans a few night opening specials:

  • Bring a can of food (preferably stew, soup or chili) for F.I.S.H. to support needy Hood River area families and get your night pass for $25 (save $5). This offer is valid through December 20.
  • Purchase a special $15 online night lift pass to use Wednesday or Thursday, December 18 or 19. Must purchase online by Tuesday, December 16. The pass will be available on the resort
Meadows After Dark Deals
Evening Lift Pass from 3 – 9 PM is just $30
Night Season Pass – $129 valid 3 – 9 PM
Learn to Ski or Board Package – $50 (ages 13 and older)
Packages a Buttercup lift pass with a 2 hour lesson and equipment rentals for new adventurers trying the sport for the first time.
Meadows After Dark 3 Time Learn to Ski or Snowboard Passport (age 13 and older) – $99
Packages your first three evenings (3–9 PM) of lift passes, lessons and equipment rentals all for one low price! First two days include Buttercup beginner lift pass, last day is all night operating lift access.
Meadows will be offering learn to ski and snowboard lessons at night – and of course the Alpenstube and Schuss restaurants will be open for dining. Rentals and retail will also be operating.