Hoodoo Ski Area Adds New Lights, Terrain, Hours for Night Skiing


Hoodoo Ski Area has added permanent lighting to the runs surrounding its Ed chairlift, tripling the area available for night skiing and riding. The new lights include custom-built LEDs for optimal night skiing conditions. Hoodoo has long been the only ski area in Central Oregon that offers night skiing. Guests will now be able to ski and ride Thursday through Saturday from 3:30-9pm starting mid-December through late March (night skiing had previously been available Friday and Saturday only).

To celebrate these new additions, Hoodoo is offering 2018-19 season passes for the same prices as its 2018 spring season pass sale. The sale also includes Hoodoo’s popular AnyCards — five lift tickets valid any day Hoodoo is open and shareable with friends and family — for $199 (a $20 discount). Passes and AnyCards can be purchased by phone at 541-822-3799 and online at the Hoodoo eStore through Sunday, October 7.

Also new this season, friends who accompany season pass holders will receive $5 off one lift ticket any day from January 2, 2019 until the end of the season.

Season Pass Sale Prices
Adult (ages 13-64): $349
Junior (ages 8-12): $199
or $99 with qualifying Adult pass purchase
Seniors (ages $65+): $199
Ages 7 and under: $25
Midweek: $299
Nordic: $99

For current conditions at Hoodoo, call the Hoodoo Snow Phone at 541-822-3337 or check out Hoodoo’s weather page. Operations and mountain status will change as snow falls.  Guests can also sign up for the Hoodoo email newsletter at bit.ly/HoodooEmail and follow updates on Hoodoo’s official Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.

Hoodoo Ski Area is a family-owned, locally operated mountain recreation area operated on federal land by agreement with the Willamette National Forest, McKenzie River ranger district. Located on the summit of Oregon’s Santiam Pass, 20 miles west of Sisters, Hoodoo is one of the state’s most centrally located, economical and family friendly winter sports destinations. Visit us online at skihoodoo.com and see why Hoodoo is “The Mountain in Your Backyard!”


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