Situated just 22 miles west of Bend in the beautiful Deschutes National Forest, Mt. Bachelor is the largest ski resort in the Cascade Range and serves up the highest skiable elevation in all of Oregon and Washington within its 3,683 acres of lift-accessible terrain. The resort is known for its light, dry snow, and has seen an impressive average snowfall of 527" over the last five years. Complete with diverse terrain, family friendliness and long seasons, the mountain features 10 lifts, two tubing lifts and two beginner carpets. Mt. Bachelor also hosts five terrain parks, two halfpipes, 56K of groomed and tracked cross-country trails, snowshoeing, tubing and summer attractions. Visit Mt. Bachelor >

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Mt Bachelor
04/23/2014
Sometimes you have to get up close and personal with the trees. Rider: Randal Seaton - Photo: Pete Alport Video/Photo
Mt Bachelor
04/23/2014
By the looks of things and based on the forecast, winter is not going anywhere for the next few days. Don't put away the powder boards just yet, get out and enjoy it while you can! Full conditions update at http://bit.ly/mtbsnowreport
Mt Bachelor
04/22/2014
The Aloha vibe is in the air as we gear up for the Gerry Lopez Big Wave Challenge this weekend! Check out the event preview and enter to win a week long stay at Turtle Bay Resort in Oahu, Hawaii! http://www.turtlebayresort.com/oahu_events/Big_Wave_Challenge/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ASmpet8Xvg
Mt Bachelor
04/22/2014
Thankful for being able to shred powder on Earth Day! Although Pine Marten and Red chair were both subject to electrical issues today, likely caused by lightning strikes overnight, lift maintenance is troubleshooting the issue and confident Pine will be ready by morning. Forecast is calling for more snow on the way! Can you say 'Endless-Winter'??? Photo: Kevin Porterfield - Rider: Dirk Gragert
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