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Mt. Ashland Season Recap & Town Hall

It was a pleasure to host our community on the mountain last week, to discuss this past season, our vision, and to hear from community members.  Here is a recap of the evening: We held the town hall gathering on…

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NWS Smoke forecast

National Weather Service Smoke Forecast

We've fielded a few questions recently about our Purple Air outdoor air quality monitor. It is no longer functioning, so we have ordered a new one. Thanks for your patience as we restore this valuable service. For those with questions…

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USFS Klamath Nat'l Forest closure

Klamath National Forest Closed to the Public

The Klamath National Forest is officially closed to the public until September 17th due to extreme fire danger. Mt. Ashland is in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest (RR-SNF), but you officially enter the KNF just beyond our back parking lot…

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ODOT road work on I-5, Summer 2021

Traffic Impacts Related to Visiting Mt. Ashland

Beginning June 7, there is a very large project impacting travel times to and from Mt. Ashland. The Oregon Department of Transportation is replacing the deck of the southbound bridge associated with Exit 6 on I-5. As you can see…

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ODOT road work on I-5, Summer 2021

Summer Road Work by ODOT on I-5

For the third summer in a row, the Oregon Department of Transportation is doing some extensive road work on Interstate 5 near Exit 6 (the exit used to access Mt. Ashland). These are important improvements to maintain and upgrade the…

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Summer events at Mt. Ashland

Enjoy Mt. Ashland in Summer

The lifts are not spinning and the snow is melting away. But there’s still a lot of fun to be had up at Mt. Ashland this summer! Important COVID-19 Considerations The Mt. Ashland Ski Area restrooms and water fountains are…

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Become an iNaturalist

If you're headed up to Mt. Ashland this summer and want to learn more about all of the wildflowers blooming around you, we can help. One of the best field guides is Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest by Mark Turner…

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