Mount Hood Meadows plans to open for the season Nov. 29.

Oregon’s two largest ski areas plan to open for the season this week as snow pummels the mountains in western Oregon, although it’s unclear if the state’s smaller ski spots will follow suit.

Mount Hood Meadows announced that it would open on Tuesday while Mt. Bachelor said it would open on Wednesday. Both said the openings were coming as “conditions permit.”

Timberline Lodge is currently open for skiing, with two lifts running Monday. Mount Hood Skibowl is open weekends for snow tubing.

Hoodoo Ski Area, east of Salem and Eugene, is unofficially targeting Dec. 8 to open, although officials are waiting to see what this week’s storms bring. Willamette Pass hasn’t mentioned opening on its website and hadn’t returned inquiring emails as of noon Monday.





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