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Skiing and snowboarding

When you’re ready to go skiing or snowboarding in Klamath Falls, there’s a few things to keep in mind. While anyone can learn to ski or snowboard, it’s a good idea to know your limits and start with beginner-friendly runs if you’ve never tried the sport before. You should always be sure you have the right gear, and that includes proper-fitting boots and safety equipment. Plus, be sure to bring sunscreen – many first-time skiers find that their faces get burnt after a day on the slopes without SPF!

Willamette Pass

Willamette Pass offers downhill and cross-country skiers and snowboarders a variety of runs from mid-November through March. Seven lifts including the states only high-speed passenger lift will take you to 360 degrees of alpine adventure. Ski and board to your heart’s content with Twilight and Night Skiing available. For those who prefer sledding, the Nordic/Tubing Center is located at the west end of the main parking lot. Tubes and towing provided.

Brown Mountain

Bring your skis and ride the slopes of Brown Mountain. At 7,311 ft. you’ll also have awe-inspiring views of the Sky Lakes Wilderness and Mountain Lakes Wilderness areas. You’ll enjoy this fun ride on a volcano, but watch out for “hot spots”. Steam vents from inside the mountain leave areas where there’s no snow. This area is also great for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.