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Contact Information
Mt. Ashland
PO Box 220, Ashland OR 97520
(541) 482-2897  Fax (541) 482-3644
For a list of manager extensions click here.

 

Organization
The Mt. Ashland Association is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization

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organized under the laws of the State of Oregon exclusively to provide educational and recreation opportunities to the members of the general public in southern Oregon and northern California. The Association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of 15 individuals from all walks of life who live, work and raise families in the Rogue Valley. The Board oversees an equally diverse staff who bring years of professional ski area management, outdoor-environmental education and have earned a living working in the outdoors. Most of us ski or snowboard. All of us dedicate ourselves as model stewards of the Mt. Ashland Ski Area.

Mission Statement: The mission of the Mt. Ashland Association is to provide and
promote a quality experience in an alpine environment.

Vision Statement: The Mt. Ashland Association will remain a valued community
resource that provides recreational, educational and economic opportunities for
current and future generations.

To make a charitable donation... click here.

“If you can ski Mt. Ashland, you can ski anywhere,” is a boast locals in southern Oregon have made for over 40 years.  It is true; Mt. Ashland offers plenty of adventure for both skiers and riders.  The ski area is located about a half an hour drive from the charming town of Ashland, home to the world renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

At 7,500 feet, Mt. Ashland is the highest point in the Siskiyou mountain range. Its north facing slopes collect an average 300 inches of snowfall annually.  The ski area offers 23 trails in addition to chute skiing and boarding in its famous bowl. All trails are easily accessed by 4 chairlifts. Twilight skiing on 10 runs is scheduled Thursday & Friday evenings beginning in early January.

 

 
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