About Willamette Pass
A scenic drive from the west or east, Willamette Pass attracts families and individuals who find its long, wide, gently sloped tree-lined runs the perfect setting to develop and test their giant slalom skills. Yet, it also offers some intense and challenging runs for expert skiers. Just to the right of the lodge, is a beginner area with a slow moving, "magic carpet" and a three person beginners lift to help new skiers gain confidence. On the rest of the mountain, there are 28 more trails that enable you to advance and test your abilities. All are long and uninterrupted by crossovers or cat trails. These are great cruising runs that offer you the choice of beginner, intermediate and advanced skiing terrain. The advanced runs are steeper in pitch and include moguls carved out of the 300 inches of snowpack. Top to bottom, the longest run is just more than two miles.