Year Round Action Sport Destination: Mt. Hood Territory
In Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory, outside is in all year long. It’s the Oregon of your dreams: replete with clear rushing waters, lush forests and rolling fields. This multi-sport destination is fully endowed with world-class pleasures for every level and style of outdoor adventure. Local outfitters can help you climb Mt. Hood, dip into whitewater, or cast into trout pools and salmon runs. The Clackamas and Sandy rivers, amidst gentle stretches, burst with III and IV class rapids.
After a day on the slopes or the Teacup Nordic Track, warm up in the historic Timberline Lodge or Mt Hood Brewing Company’s Ice Axe Grill.
By winter, Mt. Hood SkiBowl provides North America’s most comprehensive night skiing terrain. By summer, it’s the Mt. Hood Adventure Park. You decide which one is more fun. The park connects you to more than 40 miles of mountain biking trails.
Bomb the sides or single-track through the trees. Not so inclined? Ride the alpine slide or an 800’ zip line. For $69 you can play like you did when you were a kid, all day long.
No matter how you spend your day, the dinner hour is all grown up. A monthly Winemaker’s Dinner expertly pairs Oregon wines to six courses by Timberline’s Jason Stoller Smith, in an intimate setting high on the Palmer snowfield. The wild part of this experience: riding a snowcat up the side of the mountain.
Need to go easy on your pocket and feel like mixing with the locals? Go for pub food and pizza at the nearly legendary Ratskeller in Government Camp.
When planning your trip, choose from a full range of accommodations including vacation rentals and luxury suites. Visit www.MtHoodTerritory.com for details and special offers.