The Hood River Inn's Riverside Suites offers one to three-bedroom suites with fully-equipped kitchens, tastefully appointed living spaces, fireplaces, and spa-like baths.
Includes two all-day/all-night ski/snowboard passes, one room, hot breakfast for two, and room tax.
Multi-day passes include three days of skiing/riding for two people, one room (and tax) for multiple nights, plus daily hot breakfast for two.
If you already have a ski pass, want pricing for junior lift tickets, ski/snowboard package pricing for other group configurations, or want to inquire about special accommodations, including our Riverside Suites, please phone our front desk at 800-828-7873.
The Hood River Inn is just 30 miles from Mt. Hood's largest and most popular ski resort, Mt. Hood Meadows, offering 2,150 acres of skiable terrain, 2,777 vertical feet, lessons, rentals, day care and more.
On February 28, 1966 the US Forest Service accepted a bid to construct what became Mount Hood Meadows. The permit was for two ski lifts, one T-bar lift, a rope tow, and a day lodge. The first runs were cleared late summer 1966 and the Forest Service built the two-mile entrance road from Bennett Pass. Highway 35 was in the midst of a four year straightening project to remove the tight curves and make winter snow removal practical. Until it was finished mid-1968, skiers had to drive through Hood River to reach the ski area.