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Timberline info
*'''Skiing and Snowboarding''': Mt. Hood is home to three seperate Skiing and Snowboarding Resorts: [http://www.skihood.com/ Mt. Hood Meadows], [http://www.timberlinelodge.com/ Timberline Lodge], and [http://www.skibowl.com/winter/home.cfm Ski Bowl], as well as the two lesser known Bunny Hill and Cooper Spur. Mt. Hood has the only ski area in North America that is open 12 months out of the year and Ski Bowl has the largest night skiing area in America.
**'''Meadows''' offers four high speed quad lifts (in addition to a number of two person lifts), including the Cascade Express, which climbs to an elevation of 7,300 feet. The lifts are open daily from 9AM-4PM, with night skiing from 3PM-9PM on Fridays and Saturdays, although night skiing is not available for all routes. For those with limited skiing and snowboarding abilities, Meadows also offers the "Groove Tube" tubing hill on certain days. The charge (which includes rental of the tube) is $5 and the event is open from 9AM-4PM.
**'''Timberline''' also offers four express quad lift (in addition to number of triple and double lifts), including the Palmer Chairlift, which reaches an elevation of 8,540 feet. Timberline is able to offer skiing and snowboarding 12 months out of the year, boasting the longest season in North America. The lifts are open from 9AM-10PM daily. *'''Summer Activities''': During the summer months Ski Bowl offers its infamous [http://www.skibowl.com/summer/activities/slide.cfm Alpine Slide], a 1/2 mile, grooved, sledding course down the face of Mt. Hood. Hiking, Biking, Horseback Riding, and Ice-Climbing are also popular summer activites on the mountain. Also check out [http://www.timberlinelodge.com/mountain/ss_see.shtml Timberline Lodge's Magic Mile Sky Ride], a roundtrip chairlift ride to an elevation of 7,000 feet.
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