Timberline Trail Map

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Timberline Trail Map from Timberline Ski Area on Mt Hood, Oregon and Escape2ski connect you to skiing, snowboarding, snow reports and trail maps.

If you are unfamiliar with this mountains terrain, please consult a trail map, which will offer you guidance on the terrain that may be best suited to your ability. Remember, mountain terrain conditions and visibility could possibly deteriorate quickly as weather patterns change.

Escape2ski recommends wearing a helmet for skiing and snowboarding.

Skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to educate themselves on the benefits and limitations of helmet usage.
The primary safety consideration and obligation under the Alpine Responsibility Code is to ski and ride in a controlled and responsible manner.

BOUNDARY POLICY
Timberline does not recommend out of bounds skiing or snowboarding. If you choose to leave the ski area boundary, you assume the risks of backcountry travel.

You must be prepared with the knowledge and proper equipment to navigate unmarked hazards, extreme avalanche danger, blow holes, rocks, cliffs, crevasses, tree wells, low visibility, limited access, limited return and all other hazards.

Be aware that all canyons lead away from the ski area, return may not be possible.

Once you are outside the ski area boundary you are responsible for your own safety, transportation and evacuation. HELP, if possible may be hours or days away. You or your heirs will be responsible for the cost of your rescue.

At Escape2ski you’ll find out – What to know…before the snow.