Best Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding in Oregon

This list represents the most popular backcountry skiing & snowboarding in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon backcountry skiing & snowboarding trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The Strawberry Mountain Wilderness is alpine country. The Strawberry Range, part of the ...
Tom, Dick and Harry Mountain Trail 664 is a hiking trail in Clackamas County, Oregon. ...
Crater Lake is a spectacular jewel set in the volcanic caldera (cone) of Mount Mazama ...
The Mount Washington Wilderness is an austerely beautiful place. The landscape is one ...
White River Canyon, the huge drainage between Timberline Lodge and Mount Hood Meadows ...
Black Crater Trail 4058 is a hiking trail in Deschutes County, Oregon. It is within Deschutes ...
Vista Ridge Trail is a hiking trail in Hood River County, Oregon. It is within Mount Hood ...
Frog Lake Trail #530 is a hiking trail in Clackamas County and Wasco County, Oregon. It ...
One of the most accessible winter routes in this region, Tumalo Mountain is a good place ...
The Glade Trail is an old ski trail that connects Timberline Lodge Ski Area with Government ...
Bennett Pass is a popular cross-country area along with Teacup Lake, which lies below ...
Kwohl Butte is a local powder stash just south of Mount Bachelor.
Closer to the road than the Broken Top, South Sister, and Tam McArthur Rim midwinter half-day ...
Santiam Pass, with a huge network of cross-country ski trails, is a popular and busy destination ...
Newton Creek is a huge drainage between Heather Canyon and Cooper Spur.
Nestled in the rugged, remote, and beautiful Siskiyou Mountains, Mount Ashland is the ...
Cache Mountain is another roadside cinder cone with a millennium of vertical.
When Mount Hood Meadows put the kibosh on uphill traffic inbounds, I had to search for ...
The south side of the Wallowa Mountains doesn’t get as much activity as the north, but ...
Potato Hill is primarily a cross-country area, but the ridge gives 600–800 feet of downhill ...
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