Cascade Ski Club
P.O. Box 232
Government Camp, OR 97028
Founded in 1928 by Norwegian ski jumpers, Cascade Ski Club is among America’s first ski clubs. Dedicated to promotion of year-round recreational experiences on Mt. Hood, the club owns a rustic “Cascadian Style” Grand Lodge in the center of Government Camp. Its reasonably priced dormitory-style bunks, weekend hot meals, modern facilities, and fireside atmosphere have made the Lodge a traditional gathering place on the mountain for ski and snowboard enthusiasts, racers and families since 1947. The Lodge affords members a central location to venture into any mountain experience, including skiing, snowboarding, tubing, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and climbing. Annual events include an Open House the second Saturday in December (Dec 10, 2016), and a Seafood Feast February 25, 2017. The Lodge is available to members only, but guests can stay for a night to try out the feel and atmosphere of Cascade Lodge. For membership applications and rates, see our website: cascadeskiclub.org.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR NWSCC CLUB MEMBERS AS OF MARCH 22, 2017:
Dear NWSCC Members:
Many of you know that Cascade Ski Club maintains an awesome ski lodge in Government Camp, OR.
This historic lodge provides affordable lodging for nearly 100 members and guests.
Cascade Ski Club is now offering limited Affiliate Memberships available to members in good standing of any NWSCC clubs. Affiliate Memberships are $75 for lodge use now through May 15, 2017 and September 1 through October 31, 2017.
Affiliate members will enjoy:
Unlimited 24/7 secure lodge access
Bunks at $15 per night
Weekend meals are available when 10 or more sign up; dinners Friday and Saturday are $10, breakfasts Saturday and Sunday are $8.
The Lodge is also available for events - weddings, anniversary parties, birthday celebrations, award banquets, retreats, etc. Get details from the lodge manager.
Affiliate Members can also apply the $75 membership fee toward a full 2017/2018 season membership for $105 - ($180 less $75) and no first time $50 initiation fee!
It has been a great snow year and there is more skiing/riding yet to come with Meadows open until May 6 and Timberline open all summer. September and October are some of the best times on Mt Hood for hiking, biking, kayaking and climbing or Cascadia Arts classes.
Learn more about Cascade Ski Club at http://www.cascadeskiclub.org or call our lodge manager, Sarah Caswell, at 503-272-9204. Better yet, set a time to stop by at 30510 E Blossom Trail in the heart of Government Camp, opposite Charlie's Mountain View.
For the Cascade Ski Club Board of Directors