In the event of extreme weather we will update this page to indicate any changes, delays, or cancellations to programming schedules. Refer to each mountain’s mountain reports and other resources below to prepare for your trip. Please check your email as well for any communications and confirmations we need from you.

We strive to continue programming in all conditions but prioritize safety above all else and are subject to the operations of a mountain’s status.

OAS Programming at Mountain Offices

Hoodoo Ski Area: Open

Hoodoo Conditions Report

Mt. Bachelor: Open

Mt. Bachelor Mountain Report

Mt. Ashland: Open

Mt. Ashland Mountain Report

Road Conditions

ODOT Trip Check

Check ODOT Trip Check for road closure or requirement updates and live cameras for all over the state, including right before the mountain offices!

ODOT Trip Check

Closures & Cancellations

January 17, 2024

All lessons and Community Nordic at Mt. Bachelor are cancelled due to road conditions, please check your inbox to confirm with the OAS team you have received the update.

January 14, 2024

All lessons at Hoodoo Ski Area are cancelled due to road and weather conditions, please check your inbox to confirm with the OAS team you have received the update.

January 12, 2024

All lessons at Mt. Bachelor are cancelled due to weather conditions, please check your inbox to confirm with the OAS team you have received the update.

January 10, 2024

Community Nordic and all lessons for Mt. Bachelor are cancelled due to weather conditions, please check your inbox to confirm with the OAS team you have received the update.

What to Wear

You might be surprised at how much colder it is at higher elevation, or likewise how warm one gets when you are
working hard! Due to this, we recommend a three layer system for both upper body and lower body so you can
regulate your temperature depending on how you feel.

The system looks like this:
• Base Layer: long underwear bottoms and tops, quick-dry/non cotton would be best!
• Mid-layer: This could be a soft shell jacket or fleece
• Outer-layer: Protective ski jacket and pants that are waterproof and that will protect from wind and snow
• Accessories: Warm wool socks, warm insulating gloves, and a neck buff
• OAS has helmets and goggles available to loan out on a needed basis. Please be aware, there is a mandatory
helmet policy.