Snowboard Iskola

The forecast at Mount Hood Meadows Resort in Oregon has become too much to bear today, and they made the choice to suspend operations. Unfortunately, while snow is good and we want it and love it and pray for it, too much snow too quickly can be scary, dangerous, and tricky. Especially when paired up with wind or other threatening elements. Thus is the case for our dear friends at Mt. Hood Meadows. With 12 to 20 inches of snow expected alongside 50 mph sustained winds, they have made the informed decision to keep all of their employees at home for the day and keep them safe. Very respectable indeed.

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Some stats on this resort: 

Mount Hood Meadows is located on the southeastern face of Mount Hood in northern Oregon, and it is the largest of the mountain's ski resorts. This mountain is located about 67 miles east of Portland, and 35 miles from Hood River along Oregon Route 35. Its top elevation is 7,300 feet.

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