Join us this weekend as Mt. Hood Meadows revives its most popular, well-attended and environmentally focused freestyle events – reVEGETATE. The event was created in the mid-1990s to draw attention to Meadows’ award winning native wild flower and revegetation program, a sustainable cause that resonated with competitors, sponsors and an appreciative audience.

reVEGETATE is staged on Earth Day weekend – April 21 and 22, 2018 to pay tribute to the pioneering nature and creative presentations of the original Vegetates. It will also generate funds for Eagle Creek Fire Restoration from last summer’s fires in the Columbia Gorge.

The two day event will feature a speed and style course on Saturday, and a rail jam in the base area Sunday.

Saturday’s speed and style course is a modified banked slalom with special feature skill sections that are judged. Points for style in the feature sections are deducted from the overall time, making this a hybrid event that combines a rider’s ability to move through the course quickly, yet get style points for throwing awesome tricks. The exact course is still in design but the finish will be near the bottom of the Mt. Hood Express base area lift.

Sunday’s rail jam brings the features to the base area so competitors can give spectators a great show.

reVEGETATE will feature a vendor’s village where you can find us showing off our complete lineup of skis and boards as well as a few sneak peaks at some of the new things you’ll see from us next season.

Registration and details of the event will be available here.

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