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Mount Hood

Mount Hood area Highway 26 & Highway 35., Hood River, OR 97031
+1 800-872-4661
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The tallest mountain in Oregon.
  • Excellent80%
  • Very good17%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“timberline lodge” (127 reviews)
“government camp” (18 reviews)
“ski lift” (7 reviews)
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Mount Hood area Highway 26 & Highway 35., Hood River, OR 97031
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+1 800-872-4661
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This mountain is so beautiful. You can see it for miles & there are places you can get close to it. You can also ski it in winter. If you visit Portland you need to take half a day to drive east & see it.

1  Thank harryatkck
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Drove up to Mount Hood in a stunning Ford Mustang. This place is great in winter but for those snowboarding lover, there is perpetual snow at the top. So, you could enjoy wearing t-shirt and shorts at the bottom of this mountain then get your...More

Thank Carn W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Who knew? I'm sure thousands but I didn't know much about Mt Hood except hearing the name a few times. The village of Government House is so perfect. Like out of a movie. Driving to the top was breathtaking. Being able to drive a route...More

Thank BC K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A friend at home just reminded me I said I'm not a fan of mountains. Well, not any more! We had clear days providing spectacular views from everywhere. Just beautiful! Pictures from Panorama Point & Trillium Lake.

1  Thank Paula G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On a clear day, you can see the Cascades' volcanic peaks very clearly. As you approach Mount Hood, it is stunning to see it grow larger and larger. It is a beautiful peak and the area offers many hiking trails. The Timberline Lodge is also...More

Thank DStin0731
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The mount hood area is hundreds of miles of trails, many more miles of wilderness roads, mountaintop views, a glacier, outstanding food, and endless views. You can spend many days exploring the area, and drive for hours without seeing another car. Great place to experience,...More

Thank liftman53
Reviewed 16 September 2017

We drove up to the Timberline Lodge which is as far as you can drive. The lodge was used in filming "The Shining" It was an interesting visit at the lodge. We then did a 4 hour hike on a well marked trail that was...More

1  Thank Carl16
Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

We took multiple hikes in the Mount Hood area. My wife is recovering from a severe broken leg, so our hikes were more on the easy side. Be aware a $5 pass is required for parking in the Mount Hood hiking area. We did 2...More

Thank patrick t
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

We went to the beautiful Timberline Lodge and enjoyed the scenery and a buffet lunch in the lodge. The lunch was delicious and the WPA era lodge was beautiful.

Thank Janell B
Reviewed 13 September 2017

Whatever your reason for visiting Mt Hood National Park you cannot go wrong. Camping, Hiking, Kayaking or whatever. Beautiful views and it is simply spectacular.

Thank Brian D
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Tina H
19 August 2017|
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Response from Linda D | Reviewed this property |
Definitely need a car. We stayed at Timberline Lodge--facade of Lodge and hotel in the Shining. It is generally expensive but they have a bunk room without grills ( does have bathroom no tv) that sleeps ten...we paid I... More
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Caitlin T
12 July 2017|
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Response from Pionuslahaina | Reviewed this property |
If you want snow, that's iffy, it might snow at the beginning of December or in November. I doubt the fall will be frozen then.
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Ryan B
Hey all Looking for help on what to see: 6 day trip flying into Portland renting a car flying out of Seattle. First time to Port, have been to Seattle's downtown, but nothing else. Originally had set for 3days in Mt. Hood/Portland area to explore downtown & some hiking around Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge exploring Then 3 days either around Port Angeles to see visit Olympic National Park sites, or using those same days and staying close to Rainer National Park to do some hiking/see Mt. Saint Helens. Ideally since we are for sure spending time in Portland Area & Mt. Hood bc we have never been to the area. I was thinking it would be great to get up to the Olympic site where there is different vegetation, beaches, etc. but after reading some comments, it seems that Rainer & Mt. Saint Helens are not to be missed. We could def hit either Rainer or Mt. SH for a 4hour stint on the day we drive up to Olympic area, but probably not both... My question is for people who have been to both, if you had to cut out something what would you cut out? Is 3days/3days too much at either? If so, should we try 2/2/2 or a 2/1/3 if you think all of the stops listed are obtainable. Thanks so much for your help.
16 May 2017|
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Response from VinoLover69 | Reviewed this property |
I think you are cramming way too much into a very short period of time. Figure out what is most important to you and focus your time there.
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