ASHLAND, Ore. – New skiers will soon find it easier to get up and down Mt. Ashland’s bunny hill. The Ashland Ski Area has been running a fundraiser to buy a new Sunkid “magic carpet” conveyor lift for the learning ...

Ski resorts across the state are finally getting enough snow to stay open for the winter. KGW’s Chris McGinness reports. ...

Author: KGW Staff GOVERNMENT CAMP, Ore. — Mt. Hood Meadows officially open for the 2021-2022 season on Sunday, Dec. 12. The resort said it will open the south-side lifts from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Daisy, Easy Rider, Buttercup and ...

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — High winds and low visibility didn’t keep skiers and snowboarders away from Mount Ashland this weekend. The ski area surpassed its own expectations with about 80,000 visits so far this season. The average is around 70,000 ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Mt. Ashland honored telemark skiers earlier today to commemorate World Telemark Day. Mt. Ashland general manager, Hiram Towle, says telemark skiing is a combination of unique techniques on the slopes. He says the ‘telemark turn’ is the ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland Ski Area is getting some national attention after featured in a magazine. The quarterly magazine “Freeskier,” based out of Colorado, contacted General Manager, Hiram Towle, just a couple months ago. Towle said he is always ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland Ski Area opened up to the public for the first time this season on Saturday. Skiers and boarders snagged up all 400 tickets available on the sold out slopes for both Saturday and Sunday. COVID regulations ...

MT. ASHLAND, Ore.– After 9 months of a worldwide pandemic, Mt. Ashland ski area says its anxious to get a new ski season started… in the safest way possible. “Shred it don’t spread it,” said Hiram Towle, Mt. Ashland ski area general manager. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Mt. Ashland Ski Area announced a new plan to allow people who purchased season passes to get a refund or use the passes next ski season. The ski area released the ...

MOUNT ASHLAND, Ore. — Hundreds of high school alpine skiers are racing down Mount Ashland this week to compete for one of just a few spots among the state’s top ski athletes. “From our home mountain, Mount Ashland all the ...

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