Big_MtnThis just goes for the winter because (obviously) timberline would have a huge advantage if the summer were included.
Timberline is so god damn flat. Anyone that goes to timberline on a pow day when mile isn't running is stupid. Say what you want to, but I will always take meadows on a pow day. If mile is running then jump building in the canyons can be fun, but thats not even in bounds at timberline... But for overall skiing and variety of terrain Meadows without a doubt. Just go watch a meadows edit from tommy e. If you want to ski park and nothing else, timberline is good. Meadows park can be underrated at times, although sometimes it kinda sucks. I feel like the meadows spring park has a lot of potential (super flowy this year) but park crew kinda starts to slack off a bit. Where the actual park at meadows lacks, the natural park (aka shape of the mountain) makes up for it. If timberline didn't have a half decent park and a keystone-esque park layout (all park trails in one area on one lift) timberline would be nothing.
ESBIt's understandable that you would think so, until you find the secret spots that change everything.
OregonDead^ With the exception of Otto Lang the Magic Mile terrain is pretty much the flattest part of Timberline. Not going to make or break my pow day.
Flood and Molly's have the best terrain at Timberline in terms of a pow day (if its cold enough).
Windblown on palmer is my shit too