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Mt. High Events

 Last updated: April 11, 2014
Latest news in the left column,
Click on underlined events in the Calendar on the right or
scroll down for details of upcoming events.

Weather forecast for Government Camp on the right.
See bottom of this page for ski area reports.




Feb.-March Lift Lines 

Our club's monthly newsletter is now on the Newsletter page.


Outstanding club competition - Mt. High entry 

See our club's latest entry in the FWSA Outstanding Club competition. This is also posted on our Forms & Docs page.


Powder Alliance adventure blog

Emilio has left on a 4,000 miles road trip to ski as many Powder Alliance ski areas as possible. Lots of driving. But the skiing is free for anyone with a Fusion Pass. He will try to keep a diary marking his progress. Check out his “Ski Delights” blog at: http://skidelights.blogspot.com/


Let's ski the Timberline side-country

Almost every Saturday in April and May.  Ski some new out-of-bounds terrain. Guided tour with Emilio. It's not difficult. Anyone can do it.  The few challenging spots can be skied around. More below.


Man and Woman of the Year.

Our 2014 man and woman of the year are: Kurt Krueger and Nancy Pratt. Congratulations!  See our Awards page for a list of past men and women of the year as well as the recipients of other awards.


 Kurt Krueger          Nancy Pratt


Photos from Mt. Bachelor and the Glade Trail 

Photos from our recent trips and events have been posted on our Photos page.  Check them out.  If you were on one of  these trips or events, please send you best photos and/or any comments to Emilio at Newsletter@mthigh.org


Ski pole Inclinometers -

Attach this simple device to your ski pole and use it to measure the slope steepness.


Proof that Straight skis were always Shaped.

Straight skis were never really straight. See proof in this video.


New Mt. Hood Express bus service

We have always encouraged carpooling from Sandy, and that is still an option. But, now you can take the new Mt. Hood Express bus instead. For only $2 (or just $1.50 if you prepay for 20 tickets), you can ride the bus from Sandy to Skibowl, Government Camp, or Timberline. Catch the bus right on Hwy. 26, at a park and ride bus stop half way between Champion Way and 362nd (which is the Fred Meyer traffic light in Sandy). Turn into Champion Way to park at the Information Center.  The most convenient bus starts at 7:45 am and arrives at Skibowl at 8:32 and at Timberline at 9 am. Click here for the complete schedule.


The Taco Shoppe in Government Camp now has indoor dining, an expanded menu, happy hour and a liquor license. See details on our Bulletin Board.  Or click here for see their full menu.


January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month

Introduce a new person to the sport by having them take a lesson from a certified ski instructor, and you could win a prize.



Powder Alliance.  12 resorts for the price of one!

Buy a Fusion Pass, which gives you unlimited all season access to both Timberline and Mt. Hood Skibowl, and you will also receive 30 free days at 10 other resorts in the West (3 tickets at each). See more at: www.powderalliance.com  an on the Facebook page:


Also, click here for a Map of Powder Alliance resorts.


Join a PACRAT team 

Now is the time.  Teams are being formed right now, and many teams need a few new team-mates.


Camaraderie, fun, racing, après ski parties and more!


See special message from Colleen Hankins, PACRAT Director of Membership.


Check it all out on our Racing page and on the PACRATs web site.


Contact:  Racing@mthigh.org





FWSA News Flash - The latest issue of the Far West Ski Association Newsletter. Trips, Racing, Ski news, and more.


ShredHood.org is a new web site devoted to everything Mt. Hood. It contains the latest news, classifieds, racing, new school, old school, videos, slides, events, resources.
The web site was started by Ben Jacklet, a local journalist.
Note that the web site is still being constructed, with an official launch in November. But, it’s already functioning quite well. Check it out: http://shredhood.org/


The GOOD OLD TIMES have been moved

Photos from our whole past year have been moved from the Photos page to a new Photos 2013 page. Our Photos page has been cleared to make room for new photos for this coming season, starting with the Ski Fair and the Kickoff Party.. You will still be able to see all the 2012/2013 photos, but it will just take an extra click or two. Re-live the good old times, or see what you may have missed during this past season. Go to our Photos 2013 page and keep scrolling down to see about 2 dozen different events. 



Safety Person of the Year

Gordon Lusk won the FWSA Award for Safety Person of the Year, for promoting safety at our PACRAT races.

He won a week of skiing at Aspen/Snowmass.



Web site & Newsletter

At the 2013 FWSA Convention in June, we won

1st place for Web site.

2nd place for newsletter.




Mid-week Skiing

Ken BrundidgeKenny Brunidge has volunteered to coordinate the mid-week skiers

You can join the mid-week group and post a message in the mid-week forum whenever you plan to go up skiing and see if others can join you. More info on our "Trips" page.





Boots & More Performance LLC

with Greg Coulter

Greg Coulter has left Hillcrest Sports to focus on Boots and More. He has been involved with the ski industry for 25+ years and has chosen to go his own direction.

Boots and More is service only.  Boot fitting, and ski & snowboard tuning and repair. It also sells insoles and liners as well as boot accessories.

The big difference between Greg Coulter and everyone else is that he will pick up and drop off the customers equipment.

Contact Greg via email; gcoulter40@gmail.com,  or phone 503-917-9360.

Visit the new Boots and More Facebook page and Like it.



NW Ski Challenge

The Challenge continues for the 2013-2014 season. It is not a competition for the most ski areas visited.  Instead, everyone who visits at least 7 ski areas in the Northwest will be entered into a drawing for a prize.


New for this season is that in addition to Oregon, Washington and Idaho, you can now also ski at several ski areas in British Columbia, Alaska, and Mammoth Mt. (CA).  They all count!


Just save your lift tickets or receipts from the ski areas and mail them to the NWSCC:  The address is on the form. Click here for the Entry Form and Rules in Word or PDF.


Skiing the Northwest can be quite an adventure. See David Schor's blog: http://skiwashington.blogspot.com, and Emilio's journal on our "Articles" page, at:




Mt. High Wall Calendar

A 15-month wall calendar (Oct. 2012 - Dec. 2013) is available for you to save and print straight from web site. It is customized with our club photos and club trips. You can print it in 2 sizes:

1. Tabloid (11x17")  or

2. Letter  (8.5 x 11")


This is a large 7 MB file. Be prepared to wait a few minutes for the file to open when you first click on it.


PRINTING: If you don't have a printer that can print both sides at once, print all the even pages first, flip the whole stack, and print the odd ones.  Note that half the pages are printed upside down on purpose.  It all falls into place when you fold the printed sheets in half and staple them in the middle (along the fold).


Alternatively, if you prefer, Emilio will print these for you, for a small fee (just  to cover the expenses):

   1. Tabloid (11" x 17") = $10.-

   2. Letter  (8.5" x 11") = $5.-

Just email Emilio at Emilio2000@earthlink.net, and let him know the size & number of copies. Please send a check payable to:

Emilio Trampuz, 4742 Liberty Rd. S., #296, Salem, OR 97302



Color code:  This color code is valid until you use the links. The viewed links will then change color, due to your browser's settings, but the dates will still remain the original color.

Blue: Mountain High club events   
Maroon: NWSCC, FWSA, or multi-club events
Black: General events 



Apr. 6 (Sun.): PACRAT Race 5 Make-Up - Timberline

Apr. 12  (Sat.): Ski to Defeat ALS

Apr. 13  (Sun.): Timberline adventure  (Sunday!)

Apr. 19  (Sat.): Timberline adventure

Apr. 26  (Sat.): Timberline adventure

Apr. 26  (Sat.): Sno-Kona Pond skim at Meadows

Apr. 28 (Mon.): Mt. High monthly Board meeting



May    3  (Sat.): Timberline adventure

May  10  (Sat.): Timberline adventure

May  17  (Sat.): Timberline adventure

May  24  (Sat.): Timberline adventure

May  31  (Sat.): Timberline adventure



June. 12-15 (Thur. - Sun.): FWSA Convention - Bend, Oregon. "Volcanic Paradise"



See more event details below.



Club membership has been steadily increasing in the past 10 years!  Current membership (as of May. 2013) = 323.


Mt. High Board meetings 

Last Monday of the month, we meet at the Round Table Pizza  10070 SW Barbur Blvd., Portland (near the corner of Capitol Hwy.) to plan future club events, trips. Phone: (503) 245-2211.  If you would like to get a bit more involved with the club, please come and join us. This is a working and planning  meeting, but it's open to all. Social gathering: 6:00 pm, and the meeting starts at: 6:30 pm.


NWSCC meetings


Representatives of local ski clubs gather to coordinate activities, plan joint events and trips. Sometimes, there's a guest speaker. These meetings are open to all.

Time: Socializing starts at 6 pm. Meeting starts at 6:30 pm..

Dates: Meetings are held every other month, on the 3rd Wednesday in February, March, June, August, October, and December.

Location: At various locations around the Portland metro area. See the NWSCC web site for details. 


Searching for the Perfect Ski Watch

Check out some of the features available on watches these days: Altimeter, Compass, Clinometer, Barometer, Stop-watch, and more. And water resistant to 200 meters. Sadly, not all in one watch. Read article.


Oregon Skiing & Boarding Blog

A blog set up by Drew Jackson, the weatherman at KPTV-12, writing about snow conditions from a skier's perspective. This has been added to both our Blogs and Links pages.


Vision for the 21st Century

A whole new vision of enhancing both safety and fun on the slopes. Read all about it (click on the "Vision" button. Get involved. Write to the ski areas. Write to ski magazines. Refer them to our website: www.mthigh.org/Vision.htm.


Trips Survey Results

Thanks to the 60 people who completed the online survey. See the results summarized in the July issue of "Lift Lines", or see the complete results here:


Mt Hood List - A great new site!

Go to MtHoodList.com to post your own message, to find a carpool to Mt. Hood, to find buddies for a Meadows 4x4,  or any other Mt. Hood related activity.


Check out this content on our site!

   a) Blogs eg.: David Schor's adventures

   b) Videos (our recent trips and racing)

   c) Skis for sale on our Bulletin Board!


Bruce's fall video

See Bruce Kuper's helmet-cam recording his fall and slide on the face of 7th Heaven at Stevens Pass. See Videos.


Send us your photos/stories!
What did you do this past winter? Where  did you ski? Where were you 20 or 30 years ago?  How did you learn to ski?  Any spectacular falls?  Any embarrassing moments? Send in your personal short stories or reminiscences.  Please add a photo of yourself or the people in your story. Digital photos are most welcome. Printed photos will be scanned in and returned to you.  Contact Emilio.


Free $kiing corner.

Free or half-priced lift tickets.


In the Forum, post your questions, requests, offers, or help provide answers.


Bulletin Board vs. Forum

For plain text announcements or questions, feel free to post your own message in the Forum.

For more elaborate, announcements, including graphics, photos, etc. please email them to us at info@mthigh.org and we'll post it on the Bulletin Board.


Bulletin Board

There are new items on our Bulletin Board. Check it out! Several skis for sale, a French conversation group, and more.


Also see the Oregon Challenge Diary  - a description of all the Oregon ski areas, and the combined experiences of all 3 successful challengers. Read about Warner Canyon, Oregon's best kept secret! And Spout Springs, and more. This will be permanently posted on our Articles page.


We Want You!

We know you have something to contribute to the club.  Organize a party, a hike. a game of cards, a visit to the theater, or just a TGIF. Take your favorite activity and invite other club members to join you. Just let us know what you could do for the club. Or, better yet, come to our monthly planning meeting, any last Monday of the month, at the Round Table Pizza.



Member Benefits updated

Two new member benefits have been added:

a) A $3 discount off any burrito at the Taco Shoppe in Govt. Camp

See details on our Membership Benefits page and on our Bulletin Board page.



2-way Radios on the slopes!

Connect with other club members on the slopes. Simply get on the radio channel 6-19, and call for Mountain High members. That is Channel 6, Privacy code 19. There is a permanent note about this on our TRIPS page.


Video about our club

Short 5 minute summary of what our club is al about. Must see!

See it at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woXVvae4Iww



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Ski Areas page - new & improved

The best way to get info about ski areas. The improved version contains almost all the ski areas in the West, 154 of them. It's the easiest way to get info for a trip. Just click on whatever ski resort you want.



Note: Trips and Racing events have their own pages.

The events listed below are events other than trips and races.



Click on the logo to see the event poster.




Fred Noble


More info at:




Click here for the Press Release.



Click on image to enlarge

Watch the inspirational video about Fred and about ALS on YouTube at:



Check out this

video about the 2013 Ski to Defeat ALS


Click here to


Fred Noble's

Ski to Defeat ALS

A ski challenge at Mt Hood Meadows

to help those suffering from Lou Gherig's disease


April 12, 2014.  (Saturday) - at Mt. Hood Meadows - 8 am to 5:30 pm.


Take part in this fundraiser for ALS, combining our favorite sport (skiing) with the ability to do something positive in the fight against ALS.


Longtime Portland resident and famed adventurer Fred Noble has cheated death many times in more than 50 years of dangerous and extreme backcountry skiing, paragliding, mountain climbing and wind surfing.


At age 74, Noble now finds himself in a fight for his life after being diagnosed in December with ALS, the fatal neurodegenerative muscular disease best known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.


Well known as a sort-of pied piper for adventure sports, Noble has shifted his life's mission to raising awareness about ALS and the work of The ALS Association and its Oregon and Southwest Washington chapter.


"I always thought I'd die a violent death," Noble said. "To me this is much more civilized. I have time to get my affairs in order and celebrate a life well lived with everyone. It’s a new beginning. I’m really focused to try to find a cure for ALS. This way my spirit will live on forever."


Noble is a ski legend, having pushed the limits of backcountry and extreme skiing both locally and around the world. He's also famous for his paragliding excursions and efforts to make wind surfing in the Columbia River Gorge more accessible to the public. His travels have brought him to 85 countries, and his indomitable spirit has inspired and brought joy to countless friends around the globe.

"Fred knows that he has lived the life he always wanted, and has no regrets," said Lance Christian, the executive director of the local ALS Association chapter. "He sees this diagnosis as a new chapter of his life where he can continue to make a difference."


What is the Ski to Defeat ALS?
Ski to Defeat ALS is a team and individual skiing and snowboarding event to be hosted at Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday, April 12, 2014. Participants engage in competitions for most dollars raised and for most vertical feet skied or ridden. For more information about the event, visit www.SkitoDefeatALS.org.


About ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that slowly robs a person of the ability to walk, speak, swallow and, eventually, breathe. With no known cause or cure, a person can expect to live typically 2 to 5 years from the time of diagnosis. ALS has no racial, ethnic or socioeconomic boundaries –– and in only 10 percent of cases there is a family history of ALS. Today, there are approximately 30,000 people in the US living with ALS and 5,600 people in the US are diagnosed every year. At any given time, there are an estimated 500 families living with ALS in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

About The ALS Association Oregon and SW Washington Chapter
Since its inception in 2002, our local chapter of The ALS Association is the central source for services and education for people with ALS, their families, caregivers, and health care professionals in all of Oregon and the six counties of SW Washington.



Aubrey McCauley, Development Director

The ALS Association

700 NE Multnomah, Suite # 870 Portland, OR 97232

(503) 238-5559, ext. 3 or AubreyMcCauley@alsa-or.org


Timberline adventures in 2014


April  13 (Sunday):  Timberline side-country

April  19 (Sat.):  Timberline side-country

April  26 (Sat.):  Timberline side-country

May    3  (Sat.):  Timberline side-country

May  10  (Sat.):  Timberline side-country
May  17  (Sat.):  Timberline side-country
May  25  (Sat.):  Timberline side-country

May  31  (Sat.):  Timberline side-country


Emilio Trampuz & Kurt Wilke under Illumination Rock


This is Little Zig Zag canyon. Try it!


These Timberline adventrues will be focused  on fun and exploration, not speeding!!!   We'll enjoy nature and each other's company, and nobody will be left behind. The focus will be on skiing together as a group.


In order to ski to Government Camp, we need to get together before we get to Timberline. We need to plan ahead and leave some of our cars in Govy, and then carpool up to Timberline.


If you are staying somewhere on the mountain, meet us in Government Camp, next to the intersection with Meldrum Street, near the market store between Charlie's Pub and Huckleberry Inn, around 8:15 am.


Contact Emilio, Emilio2000@earthlink.net or 503-378-0171.

Timberline side-country

A "Show Me Something New" day trip


Location:    Timberline ski area and terrain west of it.

Dates:         Almost every Saturday in April and May. 

Exceptions:   April 13 is a Sunday (to avoid conflict with the ALS event).

                     Some mid-week dates will be added too.  We'll let you know.


Come ski with us!  Just for fun. An adventure on the slopes! Timberline is full of surprises.  You just need to discover them.  Also, in the Spring, the now settles and solidifies, so that even the ungroomed terrain is as smooth and as easy to ski as groomed slopes.


The idea: Can we find something new to ski? Can we read the trail map more carefully and discover some trail we have not skied yet? Can you show us some new trail. a secret stash, a hidden slope?  Or can we show you something new you haven't skied before? 


Last year, a small group of us discovered a nice and friendly no-name gully right in the middle of the ski area that none of us had skied before!  No, it's not the "Bone Zone", although that one is fun too!  It's much lower on the mountain.  There must be more places like that!  Have you heard of Corkscrew canyon? We have, and now we know exactly where it is. So, let's go ski it!  That's just one of the many adventures


Any ideas or suggestions as to where we can go and explore are welcome. If people show up who haven't tried some of the out-of-bounds areas, Emilio will gladly offer a tour of some of the side-country. We won't do anything very difficult, and even if we encounter some challenging terrain, there is always an easy way around it.  Any intermediate skier or rider can do it.


The side-country: If the snow is good, we can ski lots of side-country terrain, just slightly out of bounds. We can ski places like Zig Zag canyon, Little Zig Zag, Sand canyon.  We can also arrange to leave a few cars in Government Camp and ski some of the trails all the way down to Govy, such as the Blossom, Glade, and Alpine trails.


Everything depends on the snow, the weather, and which lifts are open. We might ski down to Government Camp.  Or we might take laps into Zig Zag canyon. Or we might be confined to just the groomed trails, but even then we will explore new facets of the mountain.  Each day will be different.


This day trip to Timberline will be a simple carpooling or drive to trip. Get yourself a Timberline Spring Pass for just $99. The pass is valid for 3 full months of skiing (March, April, and May!!!! It pays off after just 2 visits. Wow!!!   (Of course, you don' need the Spring Pass if you already have the Fusion Pass.)


Please RSVP to Emilio, Emilio2000@earthlink.net or 503-378-0171.


We'll meet at the Mt. Hood Forest Information Center in Sandy at  7:30 am. This is the place where the Mt. Hood Express bus has its first stop.  It is on the far west end of Sandy. Before you get to the first traffic light in Sandy (the Fred Meyer traffic light), exit the highway to the right onto Champion Way. It comes up suddenly, and it's not easy to see, so be prepared and be in the right lane. After turning onto Champion Way, within just a few fet, make a left turn into the first driveway.


Second stop (at least on the days when we might ski down to Government Camp), you can meet us in Government Camp, by the market on Meldrum St. at 8:15 am.


On the mountain, meet us around 9:00 am near the ticket office, outside, by the ski check, ready to ski. 

Or call us on a 2-way radio: Channel 6-19.  Just ask for "Mountain High" people!





Bruce Kuper as King Kamehameha II

8th Sno Kona

Pond Skimming Contest

at Mt. Hood Meadows


April 26, 2014 (Saturday) 

This will be the 8th annual pond skimming contest, sponsored by Kona Brewing.


Each participant who successfully skims over the 90-foot pool of water, gets a chance to enter the second and final round to win a trip to Hawaii.  If more than one person skims the whole pond successfully the second time, the winner will be determined by judging his/her style and costume.


Registration is open to all for $30 per person, which includes a complimentary Kona beach towel and celebratory Kona beer. Ski poles are not allowed in the competition.


8 - 9:30 AM – Competitor Check-In at the Alpenstube Restaurant
10:30 AM – First run (will run in reverse order of registration)
12:30 PM – Finals, followed by awards (This is approximate. Finals will begin around 30 minutes after the first run ends.)


Click here for more info at the official Mt. Hood Meadows web site.





Mt. High
Monthly meeting

Usually on the last Monday of the month.


Mountain High
monthly meeting

April 28, 2014. (Monday) - last Monday of the month.

6:00 pm - social gathering;

6:30 pm - formal meeting. 


Location: Round Table Pizza, 10070 SW Barbur Blvd., near Capitol Hwy. (by McDonald’s).


This is an organizational and planning meeting, attended mainly by Board members, trip leaders, activity organizers etc., but it is open to all.  Anyone wanting to get more involved with the club is welcome.

Click here to go the FWSA web site:




Click here to go the Convention web site:



Click here for

Convention flyer



The Convention will be held at the

The Riverhouse Resort,

Hotel & Convention Center

3075 North Business 97, Bend, Oregon 97701

800-547-3928  or  541-389-3111





1. The Riverhouse,

    3075 North Business 97, Bend, Oregon 97701

    Reservations call 800-547-3928



Group name: Far West Ski Association

82nd annual

Far West Convention

Bend, Oregon

June 12 - 15, 2014

June 12 - 15, 2014

This year, we - the NW Ski Club Council - are hosting the Far West Convention in Bend, OR.


Remember we are all part of larger organization. Yes, we are part of the NW Ski Club Council, ... but also of the Far West Ski Association, which encompasses eleven Councils in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington and Utah.

FWSA represents all our local ski clubs, and organizes at least 3 trips every year:
1) the FWSA Ski Week (at Aspen this past winter);
2) the FWSA International Ski Week (usually in Europe);
3) an International Summer trip (like a trip to China or the Alaska Cruise).


This year' theme:  Volcanic Paradise

Experience Volcanic Paradise in Bend, OR, nestled along the Deschutes River and just minutes from historic downtown area and Mt. Bachelor.



Thursday and Friday are the fun days, in the form of a Pub crawl, golf, hiking, biking tour, pool party, etc.

FWSA organizes a number of club competitions — for best Newsletter, best Web site, Outstanding club, Safety person of the year, Man and Woman of the year, etc. Awards are given at the annual Convention..

A big part of the annual Convention is a Travel Expo, where club members can meet with dozens of Ski Industry representatives


A number of ski celebrities are usually present. In the past, we had several Olympic ski champions, some extreme skiers, some founders of famous ski areas, famous film-makers, and more.

See more info about this year's Convention at:



For more information contact:
Mary Olhausen, Host Council Convention Chairman
E-mail: omary52@omcast.net   or  Phone: 503.880.7383.

See the official Delegate Registration Form,  (This form will be available some time around March 2014.  Stay tuned.)


Also, please notify our very own Debbi Kor that you are coming to the Convention. Contact Debbi at: ijustwannarun1@comcast.net


This year's FWSA Convention is being hosted by the Northwest Ski Club Council, www.nwskiers.org.


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