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Hoodoo bikeSANTIAM PASS: The Back-country Festival will return to the to Hoodoo Ski Area this Friday and Saturday with seminars, industry pros, brand demos and entertainment. Organizers say there will be interactive displays set up on the snow as well as opportunities to test the best of fat tire bikes, skies, boots, bindings and light weight goods suited for every form of human powered touring into the backcountry.
Other features of the two-day festival will include music, races, demos, clinics, snow camping and a Three Creeks Brewing Co. beer garden. Trophies and prizes will be awarded for top two male and female in each race. Kids can earn their Junior Ranger Snow Badge by participating in the four levels of winter science and wildlife.
Friday’s festivities will start at 1 p.m. with a snow camp set up next to the Hoodoo lodge. Followed at a 4 p.m. with a live DJ in the snow cave and a backcountry film festival with juried movies from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

SkiingSANTIAM PASS: The Hoodoo Ski Area is making preparations to open for the season on December 18th, just in time to kickoff winter break. On Monday Hoodoo had from 35 to 40 inches at the base and was expecting more snow fall this week.
According to the resort’s vice president of marketing, Leif Williams, “Snow cats are working to compact the snow to create the best conditions possible.”
Since opening in 1938, Hoodoo has evolved into a full-service ski area with more than 800 skiable acres, 30 alpine trails, 15.8 km of Nordic trails, three quad lifts, one triple chair and one double chair. The resort also offers also offers air board, snowbike and snow scooter rentals.

Hoodoo pondMother Nature was very generous to Hoodoo this week, dropping a nice base of 72 inches. That’s more than 25 inches of new snow this week. The Hoodoo crew has been working hard to get the mountain groomed and ready for this weekend with much success.

It's "Tightwad Thursday"

PowderEnjoy 25+ inches of new snow and on $19 Thrifty Thursday!

The State of the Snow at Hoodoo

Skiing at HoodooReleased 1/15/14
Waiting for snow, but hoping to open very soon!

By Matthew McFarland, General Manager, Hoodoo Ski Area

Dowhill skierSpring Fling returns Saturday - Finish out the season on Saturday, April 13th, with a crazy awesome day of pond skimming, ultra-cross races, and prizes. Nevado will also be at Hoodoo for another free on-mountain demo, so come try out the latest, coolest gear on the slopes.

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