To Our Friends in the Media:
Mt. Bachelor is big. In fact, measured by skiable terrain, it's one of the six biggest ski areas in the United States. But we don't get the crowds that most of the other biggies do. So there's a spacious feel to skiing and riding Mt. Bachelor you don’t find at most big mountains.
Going up? There are seven high-speed lifts. Going down? There's 3365' vertical, and huge snowfall – see the stats section for more.
Mt. Bachelor has quite a backstory – both in its natural history, and its history as a ski area. You'll learn about it below.
You'll also learn why Mt. Bachelor is a true destination despite the fact that – uniquely among America's major ski areas – it has no slopeside, lodging, no fancy base villages, no condo developments or any other sign of the high-priced foofaraw so common at major ski areas nowadays. We don't have it, we probably never will, and we're actually pretty darned proud of that – because we've got something much better.
It starts with an amazing mountain that's surrounded by some of the most spectacular National Forest in the country. Mt. Bachelor skiers enjoy a feeling of wilderness and solitude that just isn’t found anywhere else.
And we've got Central Oregon – fast growing in reputation as one of the nation's finest places to visit – and live. Our guests stay down the road a short piece, either in the wonderful Sunriver resort area, about 13 miles to the southeast, or Bend, about 19 miles northeast. Sunriver is a charming full-service resort with spacious condominiums and a wide array of services. It's surprisingly affordable, making it a popular choice for generations of families. As for Bend, well... it's on just about every list of the coolest towns on the continent. The range of lodging and dining choices is staggering. And we hope you like beer – or, at least, that you like people who like beer – because this region offers the most micro and craft breweries per capita in the States. Honestly, we've lost count.
Yes, all that makes Mt. Bachelor a bit different. But it's very, very worth it. Allow us to introduce your new ski and snowboard destination of choice: Mt. Bachelor. We'd be delighted to arrange a visit, so you can see it for yourself.
Marketing and Communications Manager
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FOR MEDIA INQUIRIES:
Director of Sales and Marketing
If you are a member of the media and would like to visit Mt. Bachelor on assignment, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance with your request. If you are shooting video on the mountain, please contact us further in advance as there are insurance and permit requirements.
Complimentary media tickets may not be available during holiday periods or without advance notice.
FOR ADVERTISING AND PARTNERSHIP INQUIRIES:
Due to the large volume of unsolicited advertising and partnership proposals that we receive, we apologize if we do not immediately respond to these types of inquiries.
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2017-18 information coming soon.
August 31 - 2017-18 Season Pass Fact Sheet
March 16 - Mt. Bachelor Expands Spring Operations
February 19 - Tests Confirm Safe Drinking Water At Mt. Bachelor
December 8 - Mt. Bachelor Unveils 635 Acres of New Terrain
November 22 - Mt. Bachelor to Open Friday for the Winter Season
November 17 - Mt. Bachelor Reveals New Map & Trail Names
October 13 - Improvement Projects at Mt. Bachelor
August 31 - Mt. Bachelor Announces Season Pass Pricing
April 21 - Mt. Bachelor's New 'Cloudchaser' Chairlift
March 24 - Mt. Bachelor Has Big Plans for Springtacular
February 29 - Mt. Bachelor Announces 2016 Spring Pass Sale
September 7 - Mountain Biking and Chairlift Rides Continue
August 20 - Mt. Bachelor Announces Season Pass Pricing
June 25 - Early Summer Opening for Mt. Bachelor
December 9 - Mt. Bachelor to Donate $120,000 to Local Non-Profits