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04-29-2009 09:57 AM
JohnnyBlaze yea I'm heading up there to for the first time mid may and can't wait to get some summer riding in. I thought the summer riding out there was pretty straight forward but I guess not lol....

So let me ask you guys..as far as I know you can ride Hood all year, is that the case or is there like a 1-2 month break?

I was planning on bringing my board w/ me...does anyone know how much the airlines charge for that type of precious cargo?
04-25-2009 02:42 AM
Grizz If we're paying for Avgas, might as well make it jet fuel.

When you get your rating for one of these...


I'll let you drop me off on top of here...


all day long.
04-24-2009 10:41 AM
Grizz Meadows lot to Bachy lot is 2.5 hours.
04-24-2009 01:52 AM
arsenic0 You really gotta be staying awhile and plan a head to do both Bachelor and Hood..its a good 3-4 hour drive from Hood to Bachelor.
04-23-2009 07:55 PM
Rufus Last week I rode a few days at Mt. Bachelor then a couple of days at Timberline. I would highly recommend both places.
04-23-2009 07:04 PM
MEinSoCal thanks for the wax recommendation. i forgot which i've used. for this trip, i'm actually leaving my board at home and just renting gear. but i'll be sure to give it an extra layer of wax before riding. i'm so f'ing excited now. i seriously can't wait to check out mt. hood.
04-22-2009 11:27 AM
Vlaze
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Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
Timberline is fun, but avoid the greens like a fat chick. Unless you brought your snowshoes or have a rocketboard.
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10char
04-21-2009 10:06 PM
oneplankawanka never heard of bachelor.[/QUOTE] Mt Bachelor. Bend Oregon. Just another cascade volcano.. ho hum/. great mtn Snow tends to be drier than more coastal influenced Hood. The best tree pow runs at a resort in Orygun IMO.



May the schwartz be with U...
04-21-2009 09:38 PM
Flick Montana Timberline is fun, but avoid the greens like a fat chick with sores on her face. Unless you brought your snowshoes or have a rocketboard.
04-21-2009 08:10 PM
MEinSoCal yeah i've heard Mt Hood can have some awesome snow late in the year. i'm so sick of all the local SoCal mtns -- big bear & mtn high, that have minimal base and tends to do lots of snowmaking. i was comparing the trail maps of both meadows and timberline and meadows has the snow park and more to do for boarders. oh well, assuming i enjoy my trip to PDX, i'm sure i'll go back again next time and try out meadows hopefully next season. i'm just looking forward to snowboarding at a new place and for sure will post up afterwards.

never heard of bachelor.
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