Ski season has been resuscitated in Oregon, with the reopening of one of the most popular ski areas in the state.


Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood will reopen May 15, the resort announced Tuesday, for both daytime visitors and overnight guests. But with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, visitors “must be prepared for something very different.”

The decision follows a May 5 announcement by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown that allowed ski resorts and some other outdoor recreation areas to reopen to the public. Timberline was the only ski area on Mount Hood that initially said it would reopen.


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