Mt. Bachelor, OR Will Open From May 16th-24th to Passholders Only

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Mt. Bachelor ski resort in Oregon will open this Saturday, May 16th for 9 days before closing for the season on May 24th.

Only 2019/20 passholders will be admitted:  Outplay 365, Full Season, Midweek, 12-Day, 4-Day. 

Midweek passes will work for all 9-days.

Only 500 passholders will be admitted each day.

mt. bachelor, trail map, Oregon
New Mt. Bachelor, OR trail map. Credit: Mt. Bachelor

Daily reservations and check-in are required.

No day tickets are available.

All guests must social distance and wear PPE.

“Maximum two (2) guests for chair, facemasks, eyewear, and gloves are required in lift lines, boarding and on chairlifts – no exceptions.” – Mt. Bachelor, 5/14/20

Full details here:

mt bachelor, josh Dirksen
Josh Dirksen shredding at Mt. Bachelor. Credit: Mt. Bachelor

3 ski resorts will be open in the USA this month.

Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood, OR will be opening tomorrow, May 15th and may potential stay open until the end of September.

Beartooth Basin, WY/MT will open for the summer ski season on May 30th.

Mt. Bachelor, OR at sunrise.

Mt. Bachelor Reopening Press Release:

Passholders, we missed you! We’re reopening Saturday, May 16 for limited spring operations. What a ride it’s been — thank you for your patience and positivity these last two months! Mt. Bachelor is thrilled to offer 2019/20 passholders (Outplay 365, Full Season, Midweek, 12-Day, 4-Day) an opportunity for spring turns before we wrap the winter season and open the mountain for uphill travel. Midweek passes will be active all 9 days. No day tickets are available.⁣
⁣What does a reopening look like? 9 days of snow sliding fun from Saturday, May 16 through Sunday, May 24. Limited to 500 PASSHOLDERS ONLY per day. Daily reservations and check-in prior to parking are required, no food & beverage or lodge services besides bathrooms (which we will clean hourly). Maximum two (2) guests for chair, facemasks, eyewear, and gloves are required in lift lines, boarding and on chairlifts – no exceptions. All guests are expected to follow new safety and physical distancing guidelines in place to maintain the safety of our staff, guests and community. ⁣
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⁣More than ever, we need to work together to take Personal Responsibility, Be Kind, Be Smart and Respect Others. See ya on snow. Love, Mt. Bachelor⁣
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Mt. Bachelor, OR on December 30th, 2014
Mt. Bachelor, OR on December 30th, 2014

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