With the longest ski season in North America, Oregon boasts some incredible ski areas. If you like rugged, snow-capped peaks, friendly ski-town vibe, and plenty of great skiing and riding, then Oregon should be your next destination. Oregon is known for having a few popular resorts, but it has some hidden gems as well. Mt. Hood is probably the most famous location in Oregon: it is, after all, summer training grounds for the U.S. Ski Team. Many people don’t know, however, that Mt. Hood is home to separate resorts: Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, and Mt. Hood Meadows. Mt. Bachelor is home to Oregon’s largest ski area; it is truly a versatile mountain with something for skiers and riders of all ability levels. Cooper Spur is known for having epic sun-drenched days while still maintaining good snow. If you’re looking for one of Oregon’s lesser-known gems, check out Mt. Ashland. Winters are cold in Oregon, but temperatures fluctuate greatly., Visitors should be prepared for all types of conditions. The most popular airports for visitors coming to ski are Eugene (EUG) and Portland (PDX). Find great deals on select Oregon ski areas and resort lift tickets at GetSkiTickets.com!