“Thank you for being a loyal Mt. Bachelor passholder! We’re a community of adventurers and we’re thrilled to start another as we reopen operations for a grand finale of snow sliding fun. As we embark on this chapter, please remember that your safety, along with and the safety of our staff, and community have long been at the forefront of all decisions leading up to this point. We appreciate your support as all adjust to the new normal in the COVID-19 landscape.”

Right on the heels of Timberline making it official, Mt. Bachelor is once again spinning chairs but with one major speculation. The mountain will reopen and operate from 5/16 – 5/24 but only for season passholders. Pickings might be slim but you should count your lucky stars if you have a season pass to Bachelor right about now. Send us some vids!


Mt. Bachelor is thrilled to offer existing 2019/20 passholders (Outplay 365, Season, Midweek, 12-Day and 4-Day passholders) the opportunity to close down the season with some final spring turns. This limited-access opening will conclude our downhill season and on May 25, Mt. Bachelor will open for uphill travel.

Thank you for your patience in this complex and unprecedented COVID-19 environment. In working with the Governor’s office and with local and state health officials, we’ve developed an operations plan that allows Mt. Bachelor to balance the complexities resulting from COVID-19 and our desire to bring skiing recreation back to our passholder community. So, how does this all work?


What to expect when skiing and riding Mt. Bachelor during 5/16 – 5/24 limited operations. We’re thrilled to open for passholders, but want everyone to be aware of new protocol and policies are in place to maintain safety and physical distancing guidelines. Personal and skier responsibilities are the core actions required to successfully maintain limited spring operations. Guests are expected to adhere to all guidelines set in place by Mt. Bachelor or will be asked to leave the resort and risk future pass suspension or issuance of a Notice of Exclusion / Trespass. We ask that everyone Be Kind, Be Smart and Be Respectful. See ya on the snow!




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