Nothing like fresh Dungie on the Mountain!

Cascade Ski Club will hold its annual crab feed Saturday, February 13 at the club lodge in Govy, with tons of great food at a classic Mt. Hood institution.

As always, Lodge Manager and Chef Joe Schuberg will prepare a feast of crustaceans, salad and other goodies.

The festivities will start at around 4 pm, at the big lodge across from Charlie's at 30510 E. Blossom Trail, Government Camp, OR 97028.

Tickets can be purchased at the door, $35 for Adults and $20.00 for kids.

This is a public event, open to non-members as well as Cascade members.

Here is the invitation from Joe the Lodge Manager:

Our Annual Crab Feed is next Saturday, February 13, 2016.  We are planning another great Event with 100 lbs. of Dungeness Crab, 35 lbs. of Fresh Salmon, Fresh Asparagus, Spring Mix Salad and so much more!!!  Again, we'll have Live Music from 4:00 PM and bring your favorite beverage(s).  Dinner will kick off from 5:00 PM and tickets are selling fast, so, get yours' today!!!  All You Can Eat:  $35.00 Adults, $20.00 Kids 13 - 18 and $13.00 Kids 12 & under.

Cascade Ski Club was founded in 1928 by Norwegian ski jumpers. The club’s rustic “Cascadian Style” Grand Lodge in the center of Government Camp has been a gathering place on the mountain for snow sports enthusiasts, racers and families since 1947. It has a huge, cozy fireplace, a board-tuning area downstairs and many, many bunks for skiers and snowboarders weary from a day on the mountain.

Cascade offers $15-a-night bunk lodging and inexpensive meals in Government Camp at the club lodge, along with a few very affordable private rooms for members. Membership is open to all who pass a background check for safety; check the website for info about dues and initiation fees. Or call 503-272-9204.

Although it was founded as a ski lodge, Cascade is also an excellent home base for mountain biking, climbing, exploring, bungee cord jumping and other fun year-round Mount Hood activities. As the most affordable lodging option in Government Camp, it is worth getting to know.