Mt. Hood / The Gorge
Mt. Hood’s slopes beg to be climbed, skied, snowboarded and hiked. Its many lakes and rivers cry out to be canoed, swum and fished. Its foothills offer orchards, farms full of fresh ingredients and exotic wildflowers.
And when the day is done, be sure to enjoy the charming towns, hand-crafted beers and spirits, and hot tubs of Mt. Hood’s endless cabins. Or kick back at the WPA-built Timberline Lodge, which overlooks all of it.
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The Polar Express begins its enchanting excursions Nov. 9 with Mount Hood Railroad in Hood River, Ore. The festive holiday ride continues through Dec. 29. Each outing provides an unforgettable experience that channels the popular Christmas story…
Stay 5 nights or more at this restored 1930s romantic Mt Hood cabin and get weeknight rates for all nights. Click on link to get this deal automatically through their online booking system. Check for…
Winter Lodging Package: Stay 1 Night, 2 Ski Free or Dinner Delight at Timberline Lodge and Ski Arena
1 night lodging for 2 people, and ski free the next day or choose dinner for…
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You can absolutely visit both the waterfalls and then make the "loop" around the mountain to visit Mt. Hood thanks to extended summer daylight hours, or if you plan on getting an early start. I would suggest taking I-84 east, then taking the Corbett exit to join the historic highway. While most people start in Troutdale, you really won't be missing any of the major sights, and this will save yo…