Top 10 Mount Hood Ski Resorts: Cooper Spur Mountain Resort
Here’s a real Oregon mountain ski experience. We say real because we really can’t imagine it any other way – rustic, yet very comfortable, log cabins and condos. A classic steakhouse. A lodge with equally cozy hotel rooms. A classic steakhouse and lounge. And, of course, plenty of skiing.
It turns out that the hint of history at Cooper Spur Mountain Resort is real, too. It was once known as the Cooper Spur Ski Area, which has been open for almost a century, and its accommodations were the Inn at Cooper Spur. It had the distinct advantage of its location on the north side of Mt. Hood – home to some extreme skiing and boarding, which it still is, except that with the addition of chair lifts over the years it’s also quite family-friendly today.
One of the best parts about Cooper Spur Mountain Resort is that as much as it is a real Mt. Hood ski resort, it’s also a pure adventure resort where you can hike, bike, raft and explore places like Cloud Cap National State Park and the Mt. Hood National Forest. Skiers and adventurers, unite!
Things to Know
Dates and Times
The Cooper Spur Ski Area is open Fridays from noon 9 p.m., Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is also open Sunday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. December 20 - Jan 3 and March 20 - 28.
Related Onsite Offerings
The Tubing Center at Cooper Spur Ski Area now features an addition run and rope tow. Tubes are included.
The dining room seats up to 50, and the professional catering staff at Cooper Spur Mountain Resort will make your Oregon group event unforgettable.