Snow busting

Snow busting

Blindfolding a snowmobile driver seems insanely dangerous, but actually, it's just a hoot.
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Nordic tracks

Nordic tracks

Spring might seem an unlikely time to think about cross-country skiing, but veteran skiers know April and May often bring fine days in the snowy high country.
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Hoodoo Ski Area offers free skiing for Mt. A pass holders

Hoodoo Ski Area near Sisters is offering free skiing for all 2013-14 Mt. Ashland season pass holders until Mt. Ashland opens, Mt. Ashland announced today.
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Cross-country skiers take what they can get

Bob Plummer was exploring the Ashland watershed last weekend and didn't like what he saw: bare ground where there should have been snow, and at 5,000 feet in elevation, to boot.
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Snowshoes on the Mountain

Snowshoes on the Mountain

The State of Jefferson is a hiker's paradise, with several mountain ranges and numerous trails, and each turn of the season brings news twists to the landscape.
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Snowshoe hikes begin at Crater Lake National Park

Ranger-guided snowshoe hikes have begun at Crater Lake National Park.
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Slow start to snowpack receives a needed boost

Winter sports fans and the local industries that cater to them are hoping the cold and wet storm that dumped heavily Friday in Southern Oregon jump-starts a lagging snowpack that so far has left skiers and snowmobilers idle.
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