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Find your winter adventure on Mount Hood, whether it be a thrilling snowmobile ride, snowshoeing, x-country skiing, sleigh rides, snowtubing or skiing and snowboarding.  You’ll find it all here at Mt. Hood Adventure.

Directions: From I-5 North: Take I-5 to I-205. Follow north to Clackamas Estacada exit/Hwy 212. Follow Hwy 212 through Damascus and Boring. Follow signs to Sandy/Mt. Hood Hwy 26 East. Take 26 to Government Camp. Turn left on the Government Camp Business Loop just before Mt. Hood Brewery. Mt. Hood Adventure is located in the Ratskeller Building on the second floor, right next to the Post Office. From I-5 South: Take I-5 to I-205 South. Follow to I-84 East. Take Wood Village/Gresham exit (16A). Follow signs to Hwy 26. Take 26 to Government Camp. Turn left on the Government Camp Business Loop just before Mt. Hood Brewery. Mt. Hood Adventure is located in the Ratskeller Building on the second floor, right next to the Post Office. From I-84: Take I-84 east to exit 16A (Wood Village/Gresham). Turn right at exit and follow signs to Hwy 26. Take 26 east to Government Camp. Turn left on the Government Camp Business Loop just before Mt. Hood Brewery. Mt. Hood Adventure is located in the Ratskeller Building on the second floor, right next to the Post Office.

Agent: Kirk Hanna

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