Discounted Skibowl Season Passes On Sale Beginning November 1

Discounted Skibowl Season Passes On Sale Beginning November 1

Mt. Hood Skibowl will begin selling its season passes both online and onsite starting November 1.  Passes will also be available for purchase at the Portland Ski Show from November 2-4.  Choose from a variety of passes, each offering excellent benefits to suit any skier or snowboarder’s lifestyle.  All passes last the entire winter season so you can take advantage of Skibowl’s incredible events schedule and enjoy skiing and riding at America’s Largest Night Ski Area, typically open November through April.

America’s Largest Night Ski Area just got brighter, with new lights added to the top of the lower bowl and bottom of the upper bowl.  Pre-season preparation of brush cutting and increased snow making capabilities will ensure we are open earlier and stay open later than previously possible.  More skiing with the same low cost for a season long pass.

Our most popular pass, the Unlimited Night Pass, will be offered at a ski show special price of only $129 until November 4th.  After November 4th the Unlimited Night Pass to America’s Largest Night Ski Area will be sold for only $149.  Ski seven nights a week with first tracks starting at 3pm Monday through Thursday.

The Fusion Pass, one pass valid for both Skibowl and Timberline ski areas, is already on sale and can be purchased online at, at the Portland Ski Show or at various locations throughout Portland (visit the website for specific locations).  This pass is arguably the best pass on Mt. Hood with the closest lifts to Portland, the longest ski season on Mt. Hood, America’s Largest Night ski area, and best of all ‘No Blackout Dates!’

Skibowl also offers its own Unlimited Season Pass, which will be onsale between now and November 4th.  Skibowl’s Unlimited Season Passes are priced based upon the various age groups and go on sale with prices ranging from $50 to $525. 

2012/2013 customized passes include our 10X Pass and the Super Value Pass.  For those who are limited in the number of times they can visit the ski area, the 10X Pass is the perfect solution.  Save big compared to purchasing lift tickets without the full commitment to purchasing an unlimited season pass.  The Super Value Pass is an additional alternative for those who ski non-peak times.  Save more than 50% off the unlimited season pass with the Super Value Pass which excludes Saturdays and holiday periods.

Whatever your skiing and snowboarding lifestyle, Mt. Hood Skibowl offers a customized season pass to give you the best value possible.  To purchase your pass online, visit

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