Located just 45-minutes from Portland, Mt. Hood is a winter wonderland. Our video follows four friends as they spend a blue-sky day on Oregon’s tallest peak at Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline Lodge and Ski area. Adventure-seekers can ride the slopes year-round on skis, boards and telemarks, or take advantage of the mountain during the summer with biking, hiking and exploring!

About the Author: John Waller

A native Oregonian, John Waller has dedicated his life to exploring and discovering the natural beauty that the world has to offer. The founder of Uncage the Soul Productions, John has spent more than two decades producing and directing films, from commercial shorts to award-winning adventure documentaries. If he’s not behind the camera or in front of the editing screen, he can be found exploring the Oregon backcountry, summiting a local peak or planning the next globetrotting adventure.

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