Snowy Adventures in Mt. Hood Territory

Get it while it’s cold with an escape to the wild and wonderful Mt. Hood Territory. Whether you’re on skis, a snowboard, snowshoes, or just there to cozy up to the fireplace with a good book, Mt. Hood is a beautiful destination to experience the wonder of winter. Choose your snowy adventure Strap on snowshoes… More

Government Camp

Located at the 4,000-foot level of the majestic Mt. Hood’s southernmost slopes, Government Camp has stayed true to its roots while serving as a recreation destination for visitors since being settled in the early 1900s.

New developments have revitalized the quaint mountain community into much more than your average ski town. A Bavarian-style, pedestrian-friendly downtown offers ski shops, a brewery and comfortable accommodations which attract visitors year-round.

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Is it better to visit Mt. Hood in the winter or summer?

There are so many fun things to do on Mt. Hood in the summer. It’s actually my favorite season on the mountain (probably because I am not much of a skier). Though, there are plenty of other things to do on Hood in winter if you don’t ski! Do you like to hike? There are many…

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