18th Annual Snow Beach Festival

18th Annual Snow Beach Festival

Saturday March 23rd, 10:00am - 7:00pm

Kick off Oregon’s Spring Break with a blast Saturday, March 23th with the 18th Annual Snow Beach Festival. 

Palm trees, pink flamingos and Hawaiian shirts will take center stage for the Pond Skimming Contest where high-spirited contestants bravely attempt to cross the freezing water. Clearing the icy water is not a requirement to win, and dramatic crashes and costumes all help score points.  Awards and prizes will be given out in categories of best crash, best costume and best style. 12:00pm to 2:30pm

Beer & spirits tasting is legendary in providing some of the best micro-brews and spirits in Oregon for tasting. Always drink responsibly! There will be a ton of give-aways and fun contests throughout the day. 11:00am to 6:00pm

Stuff your face at the hotdog eating contest!  Hot Dogs not your thing? Try our pie eating contest.  Hot Dog contest will start at 3pm with the Pie Eating contest to follow. Prizes to the person who eats the most of each!

The Goggle Tan Rail Jam will once again be held on the West Rope Tow and put together by our awesome terrain park crew. Show that you have the best spring goggle tan! There will be prizes galore! 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Head over to Skibowl east and catch the last Saturday night lights firework show of the year! The fireworks go off at 8:00pm.

 

Corona Virus Information

Unfortunately we have made the difficult decision to suspend operations on Wednesday, March 18th. We need some additional time to assess our current operations, review protocols and work with our staff. Our intent is to re-open as soon as feasible for ski operations but the exact timeline is not yet known. Full information available here.

Cosmic Tubing!

Cosmic tubing is currently scheduled to be available on select nights for remainder of the 2020 season. Please see our operating hours for more information.

Mt. Hood Skibowl is an equal opportunity service provider and employer. This institution operates under a special use permit issued by the Mt. Hood National Forest, USDA Forest Service