Access to the historic lodge is currently reserved for overnight guests only. We normally encourage folks to come wander through the lodge but during this time we ask those to please postpone your visit for another time. Stay safe and healthy and we appreciate everyone working with us and adhering to local health and safety guidelines.
Set high on the shoulder of one of the most iconic peaks in the Pacific Northwest, Timberline continues, after 80 years, to offer one of the most exciting and unique high-alpine mountain experiences in North America.
Timberline Lodge and Ski Area is currently hiring for winter employment. Timberline offers a very competitive employee benefits package.Learn More
World-class skiing and snowboarding aren't the only reasons to come play at Timberline. From snowshoeing to snowcat rides, discover all the other fun and thrilling activities we have to offer.Explore Mt. Hood
Tubing and sledding are NOT permitted at Timberline Lodge but guests can tube at Timberline's sister ski hill, Summit Ski Area, located in nearby Government Camp.Check out Summit Ski Area
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From ski-in-ski-out tacos at Phlox Point Cabin to the best darn cheeseburger you've ever had at a resort, dining is an activity not to be missed at Timberline.Explore Our Restaurants
Celebrate big with your intimate group. Our new wedding packages are designed for smaller gatherings. Fireside or mountainside, anytime of year, wedding dreams come true at Timberline.Plan Your Wedding
Staying at Timberline's luxury condominiums—The Lodge At Government Camp—makes for a fun and unique mountain town experience for your next family ski vacationDISCOVER OUR CONDOS
From Our Family To Yours
With the land and historic lodge owned by the U.S. Forest Service, Timberline has been family-operated since May 1955. Just like many of our staff, we grew up skiing on Mt. Hood and generations of our families continue to come back to this special place: an experience we’re committed to sharing with our guests.Learn More