Park and Ride

A Nice Winter Ski Session at Mount Hood Sounds Like a Good Idea, Right? Everyone Else Thinks So, Too

Main lots at Meadows and Timberline are filling by 8 a.m.

02/20/2020 By Julia Silverman

Such Great Heights

Go Off the Grid in the Sierra Nevada

But no Donner Party endings here.

01/21/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Ice Skating

Hillsboro’s Pop-Up Outdoor Ice Rink Is Open Through January 5

Pro: on the Blue Line. Con: all the blue seals.

12/22/2019 By Margaret Seiler

Sports

Portland’s Winningest Team Isn’t Just About, Well, Winning

Junior hockey’s Winterhawks aim to develop pro talent. The league trophies are cool, too.

10/23/2019 By Brendan Nagle

The Shakedown

What’s the Deal with the Portland Winterhawks?

On the ice with our junior hockey team, who start their 44th season September 21

08/27/2019 By Portland Monthly Staff

Outdoor News

3 Takeaways from Timberline Lodge’s New 10-Year Master Plan

The plan calls for a new park, reworked chairlifts and snowmaking systems, and—just maybe—a gondola from Government Camp.

02/22/2019 By Ryan Ashby

Ski Resorts

A Guide to Mount Hood's Ski Resorts

Here's a rundown of where to ski, snowboard, or just curl up by the fire.

08/03/2018 By Benjamin Tepler

PDX Planner

Portland by the Season: Can't-Miss Stuff for Every Time of Year

From summer swims to winter film fests, here's how to fill your calendar.

08/03/2018 By Portland Monthly Staff

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: I Almost Followed in the Skate Tracks of Tonya Harding

The champ, the mall, and me.

12/28/2017 By Margaret Seiler

Power Ranking

How Does I, Tonya Rank against Other Figure Skating Films?

With the Tonya Harding biopic now in theaters, we take a hard look at nearly a century's worth of skating movies.

12/20/2017 By Margaret Seiler

Profile

Tonya Harding Is Back—on the Ice, and on the Silver Screen

With I, Tonya hitting theaters as an unlikely shot at redemption, we spent a day with the champ. She landed some doubles, talked motherhood, and jump-started a Hyundai.

12/20/2017 By Margaret Seiler Photography by Holly Andres

Mountain Time

Beyond the Cascades: 3 Rocky Mountain Ski Towns to Explore

Find some of the West’s best snow (and off-slope toasts) in Idaho, Utah, and Colorado.

11/20/2017 Edited by Ramona DeNies

Mountain Time: Aspen

4 Ski Areas and Countless Cultural Riches: Get on the A-List in Aspen

All this is yours—for a price.

11/20/2017 By Cindy Hirschfeld

Mountain Time: Park City

For Portlanders, Utah's 'Silicon Slopes' Are Just a Quick Flight Away

Backcountry skiing, bobsledding, and (yes) booze add to Park City’s downhill appeal.

11/20/2017 By Melissa Fields

Mountain Time: Ski Cascadia

Beyond Hood: More Pacific Northwest Peaks to Ski

From Whistler to Shasta, head to Cascadia's other big hitters.

11/20/2017 By Ramona DeNies

Mountain Time: Sun Valley

Fat-Biking and Dive Bars: Sun Valley Offers Serious Off-Slope Fun

Deep in the Idaho wilderness, quirky Ketchum offers much more than 2,000 acres of prime downhill.

11/20/2017 By Ramona DeNies

Winter Travel

The Portlander's Guide to Mount Hood

Here's where to ski, sled, snowshoe, sleep, cozy up, and eat (and, uh, not) on our mountain.

11/20/2017 Edited by Benjamin Tepler

Mount Hood Guide: Planks and Trays

Check Out These Oregon-Made Skis and Snowboards

Meet three homespun makers fighting the uphill battle against foreign, mass-produced gear.

11/20/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

Mount Hood Guide: Into the Woods

Where to Snowshoe, XC Ski, and Sled on Mount Hood

Not into high-speed descents and expensive gear? Get out in the snow, one foot at a time.

11/20/2017 By Christopher Van Tilburg

Mount Hood Guide: Go for Gold

At Oregon’s Year-Round Ski Slope, You Can Shred Next to Olympians

As of summer 2017, Timberline is an official training site for US skiers and snowboarders.

11/20/2017 By Emma Mannheimer