Situated minutes from access to downhill and cross country skiing as well as trails for hiking, biking, and sledding, the ski cabin in Reed's private retreat on Mt. Hood.
The cabin was fully renovated in 2011 and provides a comfortable mountain haven for Reed students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Take the virtual tour, read about the amenities, familiarize yourself with the policies and procedures, then make reservations to stay at the cabin using the online reservation system in IRIS. Ski cabin manager Erik C. Kallio looks forward to welcoming you.
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Ski Cabin Amenities
The ski cabin boasts an arra of amenities:
- 14 bunk beds
- a renovated kitchen with a stove, two refrigerators, and basic cooking utensils
- a sauna
- a fireplace
- a sunroom
- a pingpong table
- board games
Pack your own food, bedding, and towels. Ask the cabin manager about maps, snowshoes, sleds, and directions to the trails and recreation areas that are nearby. Ski Bowl and Summit are right outside the cabin doors, and Timberline and Mt. Hood Meadows are each about 15 minutes away.
Getting to the Ski Cabin
The easiest way to reach the cabin is by personal vehicle or a Reed van. For the security and privacy of the cabin, directions are not available online. Contact cabin manager Erik C. Kallio or Will Symms, assistant director of athletics, fitness, and outdoor programs, for directions.