Offering the longest ski season in North America, most years, Timberline’s ski season begins around early to mid-November and continues through Labor Day, with a short closure (snow permitting). Mt. Hood’s elevation tops out at 11,245 feet, making it the tallest mountain in Oregon.
Timberline Lodge is located near the base of Mt. Hood, 60 miles east of Portland International Airport. Depending on traffic, it takes about an hour by car to get to the resort. There is also the Timberline Resort Shuttle, which operates on weekends and holidays. It’s free for Timberline and Fusion season pass holders and Timberline lift ticket holders who bought their tickets online.
The Mt. Hood Express shuttle runs between City of Sandy to Timberline Lodge. There’s also a bunch of shuttle services. To check all of your transportation options, use the Get There trip planning tool, which is offered for free by the Oregon Department of Transportation.