Oregon, United States
Hoodoo Ski Area is a ski resort operated on federal land through agreement with the Willamette National Forest, McKenzie River ranger district. It is located on the northwest through northeast flanks of Hoodoo Butte, a volcanic cinder cone near the summit of Santiam Pass on U.S. Route 20, in the Cascade Range. The resort includes 806 acres (3.26 km²) skiable, with five lifts servicing the mountain. Total vertical rise is 1,035 ft from base to summit.
The ski area was built in the 1940s by Ed Thurston of Bend, Oregon. In the 1960s it was purchased by Hoodoo Ski Bowl Developers, Inc. and then acquired by Chuck Shepard of Eugene, Oregon in 1999.