mt. baker is not in oregon, theres also no skiing during the summer there, timberline at mt. hood has skiing during the summer only on their palmer snowfield, which is at very high elevation (7-8,000) and has a deep snowpack. That is why.
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Mt. Hood Meadows actually buried cooling systems just under the dirt near the top of the mountain to prevent the snow from melting. Pretty good idea if you ask me
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they were downgraded from glaciers to snowfields some years ago. it has mostly to do with the deep snowpack in the ravines and valleys that keeps the new snow cold. timberline also does a lot of snow farming throughout the winter up on the palmer snowfield to insure there will be enough snow for the summer months.
snow from the winter sticks around throughout the summer, then the next winter new snow covers old snow and this process continues for years and years and years. it creates layers, and compresses the old snow eventually turning the bottom layers to ice, which keeps snow around. kind of like a giant snowball.
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