About Cooper Spur
Cooper Spur Ski and Recreation Resort is located on the northeast side of Mt. Hood in the Northern Cascades at a base elevation of 4,000 feet. This family area has been in operation since 1927 when it was developed as a ski jumping hill. In 1938, the first rope tow was installed, followed by a T-bar a few years later. In 1970, the rope tow and T-bar were upgraded and again in 1993. There are 100 skiable acres catering to families and beginners. Most of the runs are gentle slopes, perfect for learning a wedge.