Picking & Foraging
We can see the forests for the trees here, but we can also see the Chanterelles, Porcinis, and truffles, too. From October to spring, the Oregon truffle (yes, it’s so good, they named it after us) can be found hiding under our Douglas firs. In April, spring rains and warmer weather wake the morels. Before we know it, it’s summer, and time for salmonberries, blackberries and the elusive huckleberry. Then it’s fall, and time to start all over again.
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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…