Ski the Glade Trail Day - March 2, 2109!
See flier HERE. Tickets are available now for the 2019 Ski the Glade event, a throwback to a time when it was possible to spend the day skiing the trail from Timberline to Government Camp. Hosted by the Mt. Hood Cultural Center and Museum, Ski the Glade offers skiers and boarders a chance to take advantage of three and a half miles of unbroken mountain terrain. If you’re ambitious, you can easily ski 21 miles over the course of the day. Participants in the event receive shuttle transportation to Timberline, ski the trail with friends, and meet the bus at the foot of the trail to run back up to the top. When you’re ready for a break, drop by the museum for a hot lunch featuring homemade gourmet soups and other great foods. The day concludes with a reception at the museum that includes beverages and hor d’oeuvres.
Ski the Glade is an annual tradition at the museum, held every year on the first Saturday in March. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, March 2. Timberline Lodge, an event sponsor, grooms the Glade Trail for the day providing great terrain for skiers and boarders.
Years ago, the Glade Trail was regularly groomed, providing a long loop for skiers or a route down the mountain at the end of the day. Many people in Northwest Oregon have fond memories of days spent skiing the Glade Trail.
Tickets for the all-day event are $100 for museum members and $125 for nonmembers, who will receive a year’s membership to the museum along with the ticket purchase. The price of the ticket includes use of the shuttle, lunch, apres-ski reception and a couple of beverage tickets. Only 75 tickets are available for the event.
To purchase tickets for Ski the Glade, contact the Mt. Hood Museum at 503-272-3301 or email email@example.com
The Mt. Hood Museum preserves and showcases the rich history of Mount Hood through interpretive exhibits and educational programming. The museum features six galleries that highlight the history of the mountain's early exploration, winter sports, settlement and natural history.
The museum in the center of Government Camp, the Mt. Hood Information Center and the Museum Gift Shop are open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
For more information, contact Janet Paulson at 503-970-3810.
UPCOMING 2019 CHARITABLE EVENTS
Mark your calendar now for charitable events that NWSCC clubs have supported every year, as participants, volunteers, and donors:
These events involve a vertical ski challenge and fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
March 9, 2019 Outdoors for All Foundation SPREEFEST at Alpental. An annual fundraising event with lots of fun activities, for the benefit of Outdoors for All Foundation and its adaptive programs.
March 9, 2019 Ski to Defeat ALS, Mt. Hood Meadows, a fundraiser for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, which is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that slowly robs a person of the ability to walk, speak, swallow and, eventually, breathe. Grab your family and friends, and join us for the 8th annual Ski to Defeat ALS. Enjoy a fun filled, family friendly day on Mt. Hood, with proceeds to benefit ALS research and local programs.
March 10-11, 2019 Oregon Cancer Ski Out, Mt. Hood Meadows–a fun 2-day event (Sunday & Monday). Teams of five compete for best consistency (not speed) in an event that is serious fun!
March 16, 2019 2nd Annual Oregon Adaptive Sports Ski for All at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon. Ski or ride as many vertical feet as you can in one day while raising funds to support the mission of Oregon Adaptive Sports.