Winter Mountain Service Starts December 7, 2020
Riding the Mt. Bachelor shuttle allows you to avoid driving in snowy weather and gives you peace of mind for an exciting snow excursion. For the safety and health of passengers, CET will continue to implement Oregon Health Authority guidelines for transit agencies that include wiping down high-touch surfaces every four hours, monitoring social distance requirements (3 feet between passengers and 6 feet between passengers and drivers), requiring face coverings for all riders, and maintaining maximum occupancy passenger limits on buses.
To reduce interactions between drivers and customers, all Mt. Bachelor fares will be electronic (no cash or paper tickets). Download the TouchPass app or pick up a TouchPass card from Hawthorne Station from 7am – 5pm on weekdays. For detailed instructions on how to use the app, click here. For detailed instructions on how to use the TouchPass card, click here. One-way fares are $10 and roundtrip fares are $20. There are no discounts available for a roundtrip or refunds. Individuals can purchase up to 10 one-way fares at a time. CET and Mt. Bachelor are working hard to accommodate riders this season by providing additional shuttles and increased frequency. With maximum capacity limits for all vehicles, we recommend getting to your bus stop early to secure a spot.
The Mt. Bachelor shuttle transports riders from Bend to the mountain and back. Stops along the route include Hawthorne Station, Mt. Bachelor Park-N-Ride, and Mt. Bachelor’s West Village Lodge. Due to snow conditions and ride volume, service changes can occur. Visit www.cascadeseasttransit.com or call 541-385-8680 for updates. For snow conditions at Mt. Bachelor, visit www.mtbachelor.com.
Looking for other ways to get to Mt. Bachelor? Check out Shuttle Oregon for private group transportation options! For specific service details, give them a call at 541-903-0724.