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Snowmobiling Halfway, Oregon

Distance: 13.32 miles  ·  Gain: 3855 ft
Take a variety or terrain features, mostly burnt trees, stunning views, highest snowfall totals in the Wallowas, and legal riding up to 8,000' elevation all outside of wilderness and you have the perfect sledneck formula above Halfway, Oregon. There are several access routes, most of which have a few challenges that require advanced riding skills. The snow is so deep at times it is difficult to make it into the good stuff, but once you break out into the burnt high terrain above 6,000 feet you'll find endless possibilities for playing on your snow machine. Clear Creek Snopark is the offici...   Read full guide

Randonee Laps at Spout Springs

Distance: 0.51 miles  ·  Gain: 410 ft
Spout Springs Ski Area offers a convenient hill to get some quick alpine touring fitness laps. Given the limited hours of the ski area and the non-motorized status of the mountain, you will usually have it all to yourself. The management often waits until 3-4 feet of snow are on the mountain to open, so early season and late season ski laps are possible on ungroomed open terrain. When they're open, you might be able to get some laps in during their night skiing too. The back side offers some backcountry ski terrain too, into the Read full guide

Angell Basin Backcountry Skiing

Distance: 1.64 miles  ·  Gain: 1213 ft
Angell Basin and the surrounding slopes are popular for backcountry skiing and snowboarding in northeast Oregon. The peaks boasts easy access by car at a relatively high starting point at 7,000 feet. The basin is a short tour from the Anthony Lakes Ski Resort parking lot. Because of the winter recreation, the road is plowed regularly. The ski area is generally open Thursday-Sunday and holidays, but the backcountry is always open. The basin is somewhat sandwiched between the ski resort and the nordic ski area, so getting into and out of the basin i...   Read full guide