Mount Hood
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The tallest mountain in Oregon.
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  • keen72762
    Vancouver, Canada273 contributions
    views are amazing!
    We went to Mount Hood in July from Hood River to Portland Oregon. We stayed at Still Creek campground. Campground was pretty unique as it was huge. Big sites. We had fun watching a couple back their travel trailer into the site across from us. Our son sat in a chair and ate a bag of chips. My husband was helping! We visited Trillium lake, went to Timberline lodge, checked out the creek. Really gorgeous area.
    Visited July 2022
    Written 20 April 2023
  • minimize940314
    Los Angeles, California3,527 contributions
    Majestic View
    Majestic view. You don't get to see the mountain easily since the top can be quickly covered by clouds at any time. Check the weather before you go and you should be able to admire the beautifully rugged mountain in a distance.
    Visited February 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written 28 August 2023
  • Anita H
    2 contributions
    Excellet hotel. Would definitely stay again.
    This is a perfect place to stay for the Mt. Hood area. The hotel was fairly new so had all the current amenities. This was one of our favorite hotels on a 20 day road trip. The setting is awesome. They had a hot breakfast with lots of options. The room was clean and welcoming and had all the standard amenities. Would recommend this hotel to anyone.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 3 October 2023
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Anita H
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Sep 2023 • Couples
This is a perfect place to stay for the Mt. Hood area. The hotel was fairly new so had all the current amenities. This was one of our favorite hotels on a 20 day road trip. The setting is awesome. They had a hot breakfast with lots of options. The room was clean and welcoming and had all the standard amenities. Would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Written 3 October 2023
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minimize940314
Los Angeles, CA3,527 contributions
Feb 2023 • Solo
Majestic view. You don't get to see the mountain easily since the top can be quickly covered by clouds at any time. Check the weather before you go and you should be able to admire the beautifully rugged mountain in a distance.
Written 28 August 2023
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Cherry_Wonderdog
New England3,142 contributions
Apr 2023
Cherry Wonderdog visited Mount Hood in April 2023, and even though there was no snow on the ground in Hood River, and day temperatures reached near 70, Mount Hood stood as a majestic snowy beacon in the distance, beckoning us to come closer. We ultimately did, by driving up the mountain road to reach the snow parks and, ultimately, the famous Timberline Lodge. Not surprisingly, temperatures plummeted as we ventured through Mount Hood Parkdale, and we hit the snow line rather quickly, but we had no idea that there would be this much. There must have been 10 feet of snow on the side of the road, and hiking Mount Hood Park Division Recreation Area (Parkdale) was an exceptional experience. Even the bathroom buildings were nearly covered in white stuff.

Take it from Cherry Wonderdog: Mount Hood is truly a beautiful mountain, and the whole area is worth visiting, especially in spring.
Written 10 June 2023
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keen72762
Vancouver, Canada273 contributions
Jul 2022
We went to Mount Hood in July from Hood River to Portland Oregon. We stayed at Still Creek campground. Campground was pretty unique as it was huge. Big sites. We had fun watching a couple back their travel trailer into the site across from us. Our son sat in a chair and ate a bag of chips. My husband was helping! We visited Trillium lake, went to Timberline lodge, checked out the creek. Really gorgeous area.
Written 20 April 2023
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Laura R
Guttenberg, NJ304 contributions
Aug 2022 • Friends
We saw the mountain from the ski slope area. It is a majestic mountain and I’m sure it is much prettier when it’s snow covered. It was a nice stop on our way home.
Written 29 August 2022
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Moonracer4260
13 contributions
Aug 2022
We traveled south from Hood River Valley down Rt35, enjoying the different angles of the peak from the road. We stopped at Lake Trillium to enjoy the water and Hood makes a stunning backdrop that reflects in the lake surface.
Written 13 August 2022
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sharonp0124
Troutville, Virginia, United States62 contributions
Jul 2022
Everyone wants view of Mt. Hood from Trillium Lake, however parking very inadequate during peak times. There is no place to turn around once you get there.
Fascinating views of Mt. Hood. We did not have enough time to hike.
Written 31 July 2022
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aliciaburge
Seymour, IL423 contributions
Jul 2022 • Couples
This is a very beautiful place with lots of outdoor activities to do in any season. It is also jive to enjoy the views of the mountain in the surrounding areas.
Written 31 July 2022
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kevan j
Norman, OK1,413 contributions
Jul 2022
Awesome scenic drive! We drove from Madras up 26 through the Warm Springs Reservation straight toward Mount Hood and then turned off on 35 north toward Hood River, going right past Mount Hood. This was part of our "volcano" tour that started at Lassen and ended at Rainier. Views of Mount Hood on this drive are amazing. We also saw Mount Jefferson (south) and Mount Adams (north) on this drive. Sweet!
Written 25 July 2022
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Jasmine38Chichester UK
Chichester, UK1,891 contributions
Jul 2022 • Couples
This is such a stunning area. Amazing views of MT Hood and great hikes abound. We drove up to Timberline Lodge and there was still plenty of snow around. I recommend walking a part of the Pacific Crest trail from the hotel to the saddle of Zig Zag Canyon, a there and back hike of 4.5 miles and not very difficult. Wonderful views and you are very close to Mt Hood. First time I've walked across numerous large patches of snow in the middle of July.

There was also a chairlift running if you want to get higher up the mountain. There were a fair number of skiers and snowboarders.

We also did the hike to Mirtor Lake (reviewed separately) which is easily access from a large parking area about 10 mins drive before you get to the Lodge and also recommended.
Written 17 July 2022
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