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I have the opposite question as the last guy asking about PDX mountains. I am looking to make my life be more like an AirBlaster promotional video. If I mostly want to ride park and mellow hills with side hits, should I get the Timberline/Skibowl fusion pass? How crowded does Timberline get on the weekends? Does SkiBowl have a lit up park area?
 

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yes skibowl does have some lit park stuff. their parks are all kind of small and basic, but decent flow.

i haven't rode tlines parks in the winter for a long time, but yea. they're probably going to be better than meadows. their big shit will be big but also good midlevel stuff.

no idea about crowding.
 

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Timberline has the best parks on Hood by far. Meadows is a joke in comparison. Tline has everything you need from a beginners size park to big booters when they get paint brush built. Also have a new park builder this year which would normally be unfortunate since the parks have been so good, but apparently the new guy was head at Copper Mountain in Colorado. Supposed to have a pipe this year as well I have heard.

Ski Bowl has a fun park, mostly rails and it is lit up for night riding. From what you described you are looking for a Fusion Pass is what you need.

Also crowds at Timberline mean you are waiting a few minutes in a lift line, not 20+ like meadows.
 

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thanks for the tips
my job is falling through so I may not end up in PDX but if I can figure it out I think I will do Fusion Pass
but if I'm really going to be unemployed I might go to Mammoth instead
 
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