These Mt. Hood tours let you relax and enjoy some of Oregon's most beautiful scenery. The guides are knowledgeable about the areas visited and the transportation used is comfortable.
Mt. Hood is Oregon's highest mountain. From Timberline Lodge you look out over the Cascade Mountains to the south with high mountain lakes and snowcapped peaks in the distance. The historic lodge is a marvel with its giant cedar beams, stone fireplaces, and large plate glass windows.
Combine a trip to two of Oregons most visited areas by traveling the Columbia Scenic Gorge Historic Highway to Hood River. View the beautiful Multnomah Falls, take some nature walks, and continue on around Mt. Hood to visit local wineries and the historic Timberline Lodge at the 6,000 foot level of the mountain. From the giant picture windows inside the lodge, you will feel like you can reach out and touch the top of the mountain. If you don't have a camera for this trip, buy one.
You get it all on this two-day tour. First you travel through the scenic Willamette Valley wine country stopping at boutique wineries for tasting and tours. That night you sleep in a 4.5 star hotel in Portland. The second day you travel the historic Columbia River Gorge Highway stopping at Multnomah Falls and wineries along the way. You travel clear round Mt. Hood and up the mountain to Timberline Lodge for spectacular views of both the mountain and the Cascades.
Enjoy a vintage train ride through the Hood River Valley from the town of Hood River to Mt. Hood. See fruit orchards, forests, vineyards, and great views of Mt. Hood. You will have a stop in the little town of Parkdale to stretch your legs and visit the Hutson Museum before the return trip.
This all-day tour begins with a drive through the beautiful Columbia River Gorge with a stop at Multnomah Falls. You will circle Mt. Hood and take a guided snowshoe trip through a winter wonderland. Afterwards you will tour historic Timberline Lodge where you can warm up beside a blazing fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate or glass of wine.
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