My kids love to ski, board here. I think it is short and steep. A really friendly crowd, and a nice bunny slope.
Mt. Ashland offers a great skiing experience. The runs are somewhat limited for the beginner. So many resorts are set up for the skier that never transcends the beginner level. Not Mt. Ashland. There are a few good beginner runs and a number of intermediate and advanced runs. Lift lines are non-existent and the lodge is wonderful. Not in an... More
The mountain has lovely views of the valley and Mt. Shasta. There are many places to stop and take pictures. When the road gets too rough, you can walk to the top. We were here in early fall so the lift wasn't open yet. It's an easy drive from Ashland and you have to go if you are in the... More
Mt. Ashland is just a 30 minute drive south of Ashland. There are plenty of places to stop and drink in the beauty. You can climb all the way to the top and have a 360* view. Great with a picnic.
From Mt. Ashland, you can easily access the Pacific Crest Trail and have some beautiful hikes with gorgeous views. We went to the top and could see Mt. Shasta and the Cascades in August.
In December of 2012, we experienced the best ski conditions ever just 25 minutes from home. The drive to the mountain was spectacular with snow coating the trees as if they had been frosted like a cake. There was no wind. There was six inches of new snow. There were only two people ahead of us in the life line... More
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