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Two families rented a chalet on Mt Hood for our summer vacation. We hiked and explored Hood River and the Columbian River Gorge and enjoyed all the summer activities on Mt Hood and had an amazing time. You could ski or snow board on the...More
Family reunion in Portland Oregon in February? You bet! Rain does not stop the locals(or us) from taking to the hiking trails. There are many, not strenuous, but long and beautiful through the surrounding forests. Trail running seems to be very popular too.
Mt Hood our favorite and safest pass from Portland to Bend. Roads are wide and on good condition. We like to stop at Government Camp for a quick bathroom break. Facilities are usually clean, uncrowned and safe.
Not only because of the wonderful beauty in this entire area, but the history behind the fabulous Timberline Lodge and its amazing architecture makes Mt. Hood a destination spot any time of year! Snow skiing all year long, fun slides in summer, beautiful trees, scenic...More
Mt Hood Vacation Rentals will provide a home in the forest that equates with your finest dream home plus a little extra! Choose from secluded cabins close to one of several streams and plan for rest and relaxation. Pets are welcome and will love the...More
Saw this mountain from many angles when we did a 5 day housesit in Hood River. So, decided to go there. Beautiful drive, and beautiful view from near the top. It was early summer, but still snow on parts of the mountain
I enjoy driving this road except in the winter time! If it’s slick, some folks drive as if they were “invincible” until they find out different! Be careful at those times! The Trainer (RN)* Personal Trainer, “One On One Only”
In the winter, a handful of ski areas might suit your fancy (Timberline is my favorite, for its wide downhill runs), while in spring, summer, and fall, the hiking trails and especially the scenery. Even if you're just driving through, it's an enjoyable way to...More
The actual mountain? It is a long day trip from Hood River. There is a great ranger site south of the town that gives lots of info. There are not many places to eat sobpack food and drinks. It is very much a make your own... More
The actual mountain? It is a long day trip from Hood River. There is a great ranger site south of the town that gives lots of info. There are not many places to eat sobpack food and drinks. It is very much a make your own fun place, hiking and walking. Timberline Lodge is a must but gets very busy for lunch. We were stunned by the scenery but we are old fogeys, not sure how long a 9 year old can sit and coo st scenery, no matter howcamazing
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Highway 26 around the south end of Mt. Hood. You go through Gresham, Sandy, Estacada and up through Government Camp to get to the Timberline lodge. The waterfall ally route is on the old highway, on Highway 30 but can’t be... More
Highway 26 around the south end of Mt. Hood. You go through Gresham, Sandy, Estacada and up through Government Camp to get to the Timberline lodge. The waterfall ally route is on the old highway, on Highway 30 but can’t be accessed because of the fires last year.