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Mount Bachelor – Oregon’s jewel for snowboarders

This jewel is actually a live volcano so thats kind of different but it does not diminish from the fun – this single cone rising out of the Oregon desert provides some exceptional snowboarding conditions and with daily adult tickets priced from $69 to $49, depending on the weather, snow and visibility, the mountain provides a great day out.

Thanks to kprincipe who gave us the insights below on Mt Bachelor:

‘…………a low-ski area which receives light and dry snow Mt. Bachelor is not like any other summit. It is part of the Cascade mountain range which rises from Oregon’s high desert and is visible for miles. The mountain is an active volcano, having numerous steam vents around the runs, which guarantees a new experience while vacationing during the winter.

Mt. Bachelor offers a venue for snow which is lighter and drier than that of any other mountain. It is located in the eastern side of the Cascades, and has become one of the most popular destinations for western snowboarders and skiers. Its guests are drawn to the dependable amount of snowpack offered, clean, dry air, average day-time winter temperature which is usually 25 degrees, and snowboarding and skiing season from early November to July.

Mt. Bachelor ski resort has developed into the modern needs of guests such as electronic ticketing, great ski school, and high speed quad chairs. It promises to deliver to cutting edge industry trends by complementing the environment with the needs of snowboarders and skiers around the world. Check out Oregon’s Mt. Bachelor and have a great Snowboarding experience!’

Here are the mountain’s vital statistics:

Top: 9,065 feet

Base: 6,300 feet

Vertical Drop: 3,365 feet

Acres of Terrain: 3,683 acres accessible by lift, with 1,600 acres groomed daily

Number of Runs: 71 runs

Maximum Run Length: 1.5 miles

Average Annual Snowbase: 150-200 inches

Average Annual Snowfall: 370 inches

Lift Facilities
7 Express Quads – Including the ALL NEW Pine Marten Express
3 Triple Chairlifts
1 Wonder Carpet
2 Tubing Lifts

Alpine Terrain Rating
15% Green-Novice
25% Blue-Intermediate
35% Black-Advanced
25% Double Black-Expert

Cross-Country
More than a dozen trails
56 kilometers machine-groomed and track-set nightly

Cross-Country Terrain Rating
5% Green-Beginner
69% Blue-Intermediate
26% Black-Expert

The video below comes from ranchorelaxo2007 these dudes had some fun in very difficult conditions.

As always it is best to check on conditions before you go and the following link will give you the conditions on the mountain today

http://www.mtbachelor.com/winter/index.html

As can be seen in the video below from MTB97701 you can often get great weather – wow that looks fun, get on down there!

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