Cross Country Skiing in Cooper Spur Ski Area, Hood River, Oregon USA

Top elevation:
1326 ft/404 m
Skiable terrain:
50 acres/0.20 km²
Annual snowfall:
100 inches/254 cm
Vertical drop:
350 ft/106.6 m
Trail length:
40 miles/65 km
On the northeast of beautiful Mount Hood lies the ski area of Cooper Spur.

A place to experience many adventures near nature and practice your favorite sport. During winter the resort attracts a lot of snow fans on its 50 ac/0.20 km² of skiable terrain. The annual average snowfall is 100 in/254 cm, the summit reaches up to 1326 ft/404 m and the vertical drop is 350 ft/106.6 m. The double chairlift serves 1200 people per hour, travelling through the 10 runs. This is where skiers and snowboarders do their tricks and exercise their skills. This ski area is appropriate for all levels of experience, from beginners to experts.

For the cross country skiers, Cooper spur has to offer 40 mi/65 km of skiable terrain. The nordic center is properly groomed to provide its guests an unforgettable ski experience. At the resort you can find an outside, covered deck, so you can enjoy a good sunshine, rest watching the ski area and spend some time relaxing.

Experienced instructors are there to teach you how to ski or help you improve your skiing techniques. The resort features a range of accommodation, restaurants and gear rental.

Close to Hood River, guests can find many other entertainment options if they wish.