Ski the Glade Tickets Available Now!

Contact: Meredith Frigaard or Lloyd Musser
Phone: (503) 272-3301

Purchase Your Tickets Now for March 2, 2024 “Ski the Glade”

Come join the fun on Mt. Hood, for “Ski the Glade” Day! It’s the only seasonal day when the 3-mile
Glade Trail, from Timberline to Government Camp, is groomed by Timberline and monitored by the
Mt. Hood Ski Patrol. Ski the Glade is an annual fundraiser, hosted by the Mt. Hood Cultural Center and
Museum, in Government Camp.
Individual tickets for the March 2, 2024 all-day, event are $125. Your day will include a continental
breakfast, shuttles to and from the trail, day-long skiing, a hearty lunch, an apres-ski reception, and
prizes. You’re encouraged to wear vintage clothing in the spirit of those who skied this trail years ago.
The tickets are limited so get yours now! Call the museum: (503) 272-3301 for tickets and more
The Glade Trail was originally constructed in 1937 as part of the Timberline Lodge complex. It
partially adopted the oldest ski trail on Mt. Hood, the Blossom Trail, predating commercial skiing. It’s
believed to have supported skiing as early as 1888.
The descent is a wide-cut, rolling trail. It has beautiful, open views and an easy gradient so it
makes for a great ski/snowboard run for anyone seeking a long, mellow, ride. The Glade Trail also
includes a respectable amount of vertical drop, 2,120 feet.
The Mt. Hood Museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the rich history of Mt. Hood
through interpretive exhibits and educational programming. It features six galleries highlighting the
history of the mountain's early exploration, winter sports, settlement, and natural history.
In the center of Government Camp, the Cultural Center, Museum, Mt. Hood Information
Center, and the Museum Gift Shop are open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Museum
is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.