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MT. HOOD AND
THE COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE

If you’re waiting for the right time of year to come to the Mt. Hood/Columbia Gorge region, we recommend heading here today. With year-round hiking, skiing, waterfall-chasing, beer-drinking, and adventuring, the Mt. Hood/Columbia Gorge region is always ready for you. Our weekly blog posts spread the word about trip ideas and events throughout the entire Mt. Hood/Columbia Gorge region.

RESOURCES

DESTINATION TRIP PLANNING

Hood_Gorge_Resources_Destinations_01Columbia River Gorge Visitors Association

Hood River County Chamber of Commerce

Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory

The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce

West Columbia Gorge Chamber of Commerce

 

TRANSPORTATION

Hood_Gorge_Resources_Transportation_01Columbia Gorge Express  (Linking Gateway Transit Center to Rooster Rock State Park to Multnomah Falls. Pilot service May 27 – Sept 25, 2016)

Columbia Area Transit (CAT)

Gorge TransLink

Gorge WET (West End Transit) Hwy 14 in Washington

Mt. Hood Express (Hwy 26 Sandy to Timberline Lodge)

Amtrak (Bingen and Wishram stations)

HIKES

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Friends of the Columbia River Gorge

Mt. Hood National Forest

 

 

BREWERS / WINERY

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Columbia Gorge Wine Growers Association

 

 

 

WEATHER

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VISITOR’S GUIDE

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View or Order our Visitor’s Guide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please contact us.                     

 

REGIONS

With year-round hiking, skiing, waterfall-chasing, beer-drinking, and adventuring, the Mt. Hood-Gorge region is always ready for you. To keep you in the loop while you’re away, our weekly blog posts spread the word about trip ideas, events, and memories throughout the entire Mt. Hood-Gorge region.

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  TRIP IDEAS

Start your adventure treking across a mountain or through a rainforest. Spend a day chasing waterfalls as you travel up the Columbia River Gorge. Then spend a day on the river windsurfing or kiteboarding. Finally, your journey is not complete without world-class fishing on the Columbia.

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  VIDEOS

Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge are unquestionably two of the most beautiful places on earth. Whether you're looking up the Columbia from the Vista House or Rowena Crest, taking in Mt. Hood from Timberline Lodge or gliding past old-growth Douglas-firs on the Clackamas River, your eyes will never tire.

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For trip planning go to our Resources Page. View or Order our Visitor's Guide. Questions? Contact Us.