Spring Session 2007 Is In Full Effect
With lifts open 7 days a week, and freestyle terrain that just keeps getting better, Spring Session 2007 is happening right now. Whether you're looking to get in some turns on the upper snowfield, or make laps in one of our terrain parks, there is still time to get in on the Spring Session Pass. At just $139, it's a great value that's good every day until May 28th.
Just coming up for the day? We've got you covered with reduced pricing on our daily lift tickets -- Adults can ski for just $36. Visit our ticket and season pass pages for all the information on these and other great ticket options.
*Note: the terrain on the Palmer Snowfield is recommended for strong intermediate to advanced level skiers and riders only.
Your Ticket To Timberline This Summer - Locals Only Flex 5 Pass
Plan ahead for the summer season... with the Magic Mile and Palmer chairlifts running through September 3rd, there is plenty of skiing and riding at Timberline.
New this year, we're offering a Local's Only Flex 5 Pass for $199. Just show us your winter season pass from 2006-07 (from any ski area) to prove you're a committed local, and get your pass.
It's good for any 5 days of lift access June 1st - September 3rd. You can buy this pass now, and pictures will be taken at the Timberline Day Lodge starting May 15th.
Timberline Mountain Music Series - Free Music To The People!
Tuesday Afternoons, July 31st - August 28th
Get this on your calendars now! Live folk & bluegrass music at the Timberline Lodge historic outdoor amphitheater. Our amphitheater was just renovated last summer and is a wonderful venue for enjoying great summertime music.
Featured bands include Jackstraw, Misty River, Barbeque Orchestra, Tom May & David Rea, and Kate Power & Steve Einhorn. Shows start at 2:30pm weather permitting. Click here for more information and the full calendar of events.
Hlíðarfjall - Iceland
The ski slopes of Hlíðarfjall are a paradise for skiers; and if you are staying in Akureyri they are right on your doorstep. The environment is of the best and the ski lifts can carry 2930 persons per hour to the slopes above. The difference in altitude from lowest point to highest is about 500 meters.
The Ski Centre was built up during the years 1955-1964 but formal operations began in 1962. The ski lodge stands at a height of 506 meters above sea level and can provide sleeping accommodation in twin rooms for 22 persons, besides having a communal sleeping area which can take 70 persons. The ski hut Strýta lies at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level and has a shop and toilet facilities for the use of visitors to Hlíðarfjall
The new ski lift, which has been given the name Fjarkinn, is the pride of the Hlíðarfjall Ski Centre. It is 1000 meters long and carries 4 persons per seat. Fjarkinn replaced the oldest ski lift in the country and its capacity is many times that of its predecessor; 2000 persons an hour instead of a mere 450. It is now but a 61/2 minute ride to Strýta!!