Mt. Hood Meadows takes action to reduce weekend congestion

Many drivers spent around five hours getting from the ski resort to nearby Government Camp after a day of bluebird skies and jam-packed parking lots on Sunday.

GOVERNMENT CAMP, Ore. — Mt. Hood Meadows is taking steps to reduce congestion on weekends after reporting jam-packed parking lots and extreme traffic backups this past weekend. 

In a statement Tuesday, the resort said it has paused the sale of value and night passes and reduced the number of day passes available for Saturday through Monday. 

In December, Mt. Hood Meadows stopped selling all-access season passes for the 2021-22 season. All-access passes allows skiers and boarders to

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