Ski USA - Oregon

Timberline Resort Reviews

Ski USA - Oregon

Timberline Resort Reviews

Visitor reviews for Timberline Ski Resort

  • March 01, 2008
    from United States

    Timberline is so beautiful! The views alone have made me decide to make this my FAVORITE place, EVER... so far. I can't speak for the lodge because I couldn't leave the mountain long enough to waste my time inside. The mountain has huge wide runs that are so fun and awesome. Midweek is empty and you feel like you own the place. On clear days you can see a lot of the cascades, including a few mountain peaks to the south and the coastal range. Also, Mirror lake. Truly a place every skier/boarder should visit once in their lives. You can ski almost year round and you ski right under the peak of Mt. Hood. Amazing! No wonder the US Ski Team trains here.

  • December 04, 2007
    from United States

    Born and raised in Oregon. Have skied Mt.Hood for 30yrs now but still can't get enough. Timberline might be a little flat for those who don't know the area, but you can find everything you need and more. Us locals are very easy going and would be happy to show anyone around. See you on the slopes.

  • January 25, 2007
    from United Kingdom

    What a place!!! It was so good I travelled 11000 miles back,a couple of months later, to make sure it was not a dream. Stayed in the lodge the second time and what an experience that was. When there is a fresh dump, which is often in the winter, this place rock's!!. The Magic Mile to the very bottom has been my most memorable ride EVER!!! In 10 years of boarding the lift queue mid week was averaging 5 people. A place that I shall return to. The downside is it is a bugger to get to so find a place with slopeside accommodation and leave Timberline to the locals and myself.

  • November 11, 2006
    from United States

    Timberline is awesome! Tons of snow every year! The parks are amazing, over 3500 ft. of vertical! Long runs! But not a ton of expert terrain, Palmer is great steep
    and long deep too. Also, the resort is open year round, you can get in 360 days a year at Timberline!

  • February 02, 2006
    from United States

    How can a mountain so tall have terrain so flat? Great place to learn, but lacks any advanced/expert terrain.

  • May 03, 2005
    from United States

    Timberline is one of the few areas where the slopes are open year around, while not as steep or high class as other resorts, in the winter it has plenty of powder, and great parks year around. sometimes in the winter the snow can be a bit wet but for the most part its great. the lodge is outstanding and sports great food, and awesome architecture.