If you choose to travel uphill at a ski resort hazards can still exist. You could encounter such dangers as avalanches, unmarked obstacles, snowmobiles, groomers, and snowmaking equipment. Make sure to check the uphill travel policy prior to heading into an open or closed ski area. Closed ski areas often present snowpacks and dangers that are more representative of backcountry hazards. You need to be prepared to make your own assessments and handle emergency situations.

Ski Area Information

New this year at Timberline: Westleg and Alpine uphill routes are now open downhill trails within permit boundary

No uphill travel is permitted in any part of the ski area when it is open to the public. Hurricane Ridge provides a marked, groomed trail outside and adjacent to the ski area for persons to access the backcountry.