Friends of Timberline is dedicated to preserve and conserve Timberline Lodge, protect its historical integrity and communicate the spirit of its builders by raising funds and coordinating community efforts to accomplish these goals.

Friends of Timberline Store

Phone in your order: call the FOT office at 503 295-0827 or mail order to

Post Box 219 – 5331 SW Macadam Ave Suite 258 

Portland, Or 97239 


Friends of Timberline Exclusive Framed Trio of Ray Atkeson Photos
The estate of Ray Atkeson has gifted the use of these three iconic images as a tribute to Timberline Lodge on its 80th anniversary.
This is a limited edition of 80, numbered and custom-framed.   $300.00
Ray’s signature is embossed in the lower right corner of the mat.
Overall dimensions 25” x 12.”
Photos are 3-3/4” x 5” and 6-3/4” x 5-1/2.”

Friends of Timberline Timberline Lodge Pendleton Blanket. 

Red Border version available from FOT

pendleton Blanket photo
Size 64″x 80″ Woven in 85% virgin wool, 15% cotton.
Reverse color is black with white symbols, red bands
and red border. The white side is actually more soft
creamy white color than the photo.
Equally beautiful on either side.


The combined graphic elements and colors in the blanket pay homage to the historic landmark, Timberline Lodge and the people who built it. We celebrate its lasting place upon the rugged landscape and honoring the outstanding efforts of the WPA.

The white background represents the eternal snows that blanket the ground and surround the lodge each winter. The black iron snow goose weather vane is the enduring symbol of Timberline. It says, “Welcome! come inside and enjoy my warmth and beauty”.

The black Thunderbird motif mirrors the inscription above the huge door to the lodge and denotes the lasting strength and endurance of this grand structure, inviting all to enjoy its vast and timeless beauty.

The bands of red stand for the imagination and passion that ran through the hearts and minds of the hundreds of men and women who made this architectural wonder a reality on Mt. Hood in 1937.


Timberline Lodge Silk Scarf


Depicting the iconic symbols of Timberline, this wearable art piece is also suitable for framing.

The scarf is a limited edition of 125 in each of the two border colors.  Brown (shown) or cream (same as the center background).  It is a 35” square in silk twill with a hand stitched rolled hem.

Delivered in a nice presentation folder.  $100.00

book1Timberline Lodge A Guided Tour

The book includes the history of the Lodge, its builders and artists. It details the art and artifacts within the Lodge. Perfect for a self guided tour of the Lodge and a great souvenir.  $8.00

Timberline Lodge Collector’s Edition


Three 30 minute historic videos included.
The Builders of Timberline by Jim Swensen.
Original film from 1936/37 taken when the Lodge was being built and interviews with the original builders.
Vintage Timberline edited by George Henderson & Norman Dimick.
A color film created circa 1938 to promote the Lodge and skiing on Mt. Hood. Rare footage of year round activities on Mt. Hood.
Doorways to the Past: Timberline Lodge, Legacy of the Thirties Courtesy of OPB.
A recording of President Roosevelt dedication speech at the Dedication of Timberline, September 28, 1937. It also includes interviews with the Architects, engineers and crafts persons who built the Lodge.   $16.00

The Builders of Timberline Lodge


Created by the Works Progress Administration.
Very limited quantity from original 1937 inventory.
30 pages of beautiful drawings by Virginia Darce’, Martina Gangle, and Howard Sewall.
The text documents the story of building the Lodge as if you were there.   $50.00

Timberline Lodge 1938 by Howard Sewall

  Sewall cutting mat 

The iconic watercolor that hangs in Timberline Lodge, has be re-created from a direct scan of the original art into a fun and versatile flexible cutting mat.  It can also be used as a place mat with its generously size of  16 X 13″.   This is a perfect gift or enjoy a part of Timberline’s history in your own home.  

Buy 4 and shipping is free.   $12.00 each