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Transportation To and Around Mt Hood Skibowl

The Mountain Express

The Mt. Hood Express transit is a public bus service that serves the communities along Highway 26, running from the city of Sandy east to Skibowl, Government Camp and Timberline. The Express: Operates 7 days a week as a limited stop commuter service between the City of Sandy and Timberline. Seasonal service features include bike trailers and ski boxes for the convenience of riders to stow their equipment. The Express does not operate on Thanksgiving or Christmas Day. One-way fare is $2. All-day pass is $5 and includes the Sandy Area Metro (SAM) buses that run between the Tri-Met Gresham Central MAX station and the Sandy Transit Center. For more details, visit New! Download the DoubleMap app to track buses and arrivals times and for more information.

Skibowl Shuttle

The Skibowl Shuttle provides service linking Skibowl West and Skibowl East, with stops in Government Camp at Collins Lake Resort, the Ratskeller Building and Mt. Hood Outfitters. Shuttle Schedule: Friday & Saturdays: 8:45 AM and 11:15 PM Sun & Holidays: 8:45 to 10:15 Monday-Thursday, on demand, for guests of Collins Lake Resort.

The tubing hill is open!

The Snow Tube & Adventure Park at Skibowl East is open everyday for winter break through Jan.1st! That includes 8 lanes of tube hills, the conveyer-assist lift, the Amazen Maze plus Frosty's Playland with Kiddie Carousel, 4300 sq.foot Indoor Playland, Kiddie Snowmobiles, and the Multorpor Lodge. Guests are encouraged to purchase a two-hour session online to guarantee their spot on the hill.

Skibowl New Year's Extravaganza

Ring in the New Year mountain style at Mt. Hood Skibowl! Winter games, cosmic tubing, DJ, fireworks, and lifts running ‘til 2 am! Check out all the event details at 31st Annual New Year's Eve Extravaganza!

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