Mt. Bachelor Trail Map

Get details to the best on mountain spots at Mt. Bachelor

The "Best Of" Mt. Bachelor

[ultimate_heading main_heading=”1. Best Lift to Lap” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]Cloudchaser — When everything else is skied out, the all new Cloudchaser lift will have the goods. View the new trail maps here.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”2. Best Groomer Run” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]Cliffhanger — Swooping rollers and the wide layout make this the most lapable groomer on the mountain.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”3. Best Park” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]The Point — From unique rail features to big ol’ jumps, The Point is where it’s at to impress your peeps.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”4. Best On-Mountain Aprés Spot” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]Clearing Rock Bar — Located in West Village Lodge, this is the best place to go for a craft brew or a pounder to cap off the ski day.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”5. Best On-Mountain Food Spot” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]Scapopo’s — Out of Pine Martin Lodge, Scapopo’s offers pizza, soup and sandwiches – it’s simple food.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”6. Best Gnarly Terrain” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]The West Ridge — Send the cornice anywhere from five to 40 feet or just rip from the true summit through the Pinnacles on Mt. Bachelor’s steepest terrain.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”7. Best Place to Ski on a Pow Day” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]Hike “The Cone” — If you’re up for the hike, the reward of fresh pow, lap after lap, is worth it. While it is technically in-bounds, the area is not patrolled, so ski with caution.[/ultimate_heading][ultimate_heading main_heading=”8. Best Tree Run” alignment=”left” el_class=”longform-heading”]Northwest Chair — From open gullies and wind lips, to well-spaced tree skiing, to tight trees – every off piste Northwest lap is a blast.[/ultimate_heading]

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