THE MOUNTAIN

SKI & SNOWBOARD RENTAL​
​Located on the first floor of our lodge, our rental department offers a wide variety of equipment for alpine and Nordic activities for ages 8 and up. Other services include ski & snowboard repair, tune-ups, and hot wax.  Let our professional and friendly staff help you find the right gear and a custom fit.


Ski rental equipment is available in sizes child 1 to adult 15 for boots and 80 cm and up for skis. Snowboard rental equipment is available in sizes child 1 to adult 15 for boots and from 96cm to 165cm for boards. 

Rentals must be booked online no later than 8 am on the day of visit. 

As of 12/31/20 there will be NO option to rent ski and snowboard packages at the ski area in order to prevent overcrowding and better serve customers.


All rental gear subject to availability and stock on hand.

Summit Elevation: 6,683 feet
Base Elevation: 5,120 feet
Vertical Rise: 1,563 feet
555 acres skiable terrain  / 225 acres groomable terrain
20 km Nordic trails

Average Snowfall: 430 inches

LIFTS: 1 six person detachable, 3 triple chair lifts, 1 Magic Carpet.
Lift Capacity: 9300 skiers per hour.
Eagle Peak - 6 Pack 5200 feet 1520 feet 3,000 skiers/hour
Peak 2 - Triple Chair 3,120 feet 886 feet 1,800 skiers/hour
Sleepy Hollow - Triple Chair 870 feet 100 feet 1,200 skiers/hour
Twilight - Triple Chair 3,300 feet 798 feet 1,800 skiers/hour
Magic Carpet 1,500 skiers/hour

Alpine Runs: 29 Trails; 5 Beginner, 13 Intermediate, 11 Advanced
Trail Ratings
Beginner: 21 %
Intermediate: 45 %
Advanced: 34 %
Longest run: Kaleidoscope/Perseverence - 2.1 miles 
Steepest Run: R.T.S. - up to 52 degrees.


NORDIC
Nordic Trails:  Up to 20 kilometers of skate groomed trails. Trails are groomed on a rotating schedule and not every trail is groomed every day. During periods of heavy snow grooming may be delayed. 

TUBING is not offered on our permit area.

August 2 2021

Preparations are underway for the upcoming 2021/22 season.

We will begin accepting employment applications soon. 





SKI IT, RIDE IT, LIVE IT!

INFORMATION: snowinfo@willamettepass.com


​Snow Report: 
541-345-7669 (SNOW)


Group Events: groups@willamettepass.com


Rentalsrentals@willamettepass.com


Lost & Found: lostandfound@willamettepass.com

If you believe you have lost or forgotten an item while visiting Willamette Pass, please email us with a description of the item. If we have something matching the description of the missing item we will reply. All lost and found items must be claimed at the ski area.

Willamette Pass Resort is located at milepost 62, highway 58.


MAILING ADDRESS
Willamette Pass Resort
PO Box 5550
Eugene, Oregon USA, 97405

Department shipping addresses vary.
For a department address, please contact us at snowinfo@willamettepass.com







Willamette Pass Resort is a developed recreation site operating under a
special use permit through the U.S. Forest Service on Willamette and 
Deschutes National Forest lands. User fees are charged. Willamette Pass
Resort is an equal opportunity employer.  





Closed TODAY 

8/2/21


See you again this fall.






SNOWPHONE:
541-345-SNOW

INFORMATION

541-345-SNOW


RENTALS

LESSONS

Celebrating over 75 Seasons here at the Pass!

Willamette Pass Ski Area officially opened in 1941 with a handful of rope tows. Roy and Edra Temple were the ski area's first owners, followed by George Korn who owned and operated the ski area for more than twenty-five years. The ski area was later owned by several ownership groups, each bringing new improvements to the ski area, like the Poma Lift which was installed in the mid 1950s. In 1982 the ski area was purchased by the Wiper family who still owns and operates the ski area today. The family quickly modernized the ski area by installing a Summit Lift. Over the years we have seen major improvements: The Ski Lodge, the Twilight Triple Chair, The Sleepy Hollow Lift, the Peak 2 Lift and the state's first high speed detachable six passenger lift, which replaced the Summit Lift. Today Willamette Pass has four chairlifts and one surface lift which serve 555 acres and a vertical drop of 1,563 feet.

Willamette Pass is offering lessons for skiing and snowboarding at this time for people age 10 and older in a one on one format to protect the health and safety of our guests and instructors.


​Lessons may be booked through our online store. Select the day and time you want and complete the purchase process. If a selected time is sold out, please select another time or day. Lessons do NOT include rentals or lift tickets.


Lessons are one hour long and start at 10:00 am, 11:30 am, and 1:00 pm.

Kids programs, 1st Timer, and Learn to ski/board 123 are currently suspended.





Snow News                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            August 2 2021
                                                                                                   

Announcement

​Preparations are underway for the upcoming 2021/22 season.


We will begin accepting employment applications soon. 


February 10, 2021

Skiers and Riders shall no longer be allowed to carry any “backpacks” on chairlifts at Willamette Pass Resort, effective immediately.

As an insurance regulation, backpacks interfere with the proper seating of an individual in a chair. In addition, straps and buckles can become tangled in the chair and have caused serious injury and death.

Compliance with requests to remove and hold backpacks while riding chairlifts has gone largely ignored and has resulted in the outright ban moving forward.

Backpacks and other personal items shall be left in vehicles and not carried on the chairlifts.

NOTICE:  Willamette Pass Resort is “Cashless”.  To serve our customers in the most efficient way possible, Willamette Pass Resort accepts only the following payment methods at all locations:

  • Visa, Mastercard, and Discover branded credit cards
  • Visa, Mastercard, and Discover branded debit cards
  • Visa, Mastercard, and Discover branded reloadable gift cards

Additionally, NFC payments (Apple Pay, Google Pay, etc.) are available in our restaurant and lounge.
Willamette Pass Resort does not accept cash, American Express, or personal checks.
For customers without a credit or debit card, we recommend purchasing a Visa, Mastercard, or Discover branded reloadable gift card at the retail outlet of your choosing.
For daily updated information please check our snow phone, 541-345-SNOW

Hiking, sledding, tubing, snow bikes, and uphill traffic are not allowed within the Resort Boundary.