Enjoy hiking, climbing and skiing
adventures on Mount Hood along the Columbia River - an hour drive from
Portland, Oregon. The tallest mountain in the Cascade Range in Oregon, Mount
Hood is a breathtaking destination for outdoor action and the most climbed
glaciated peak in the country. Explore Mt. Hood National Forest, a vast
playground of forested mountains, trails, lakes and streams for skiing,
snowboarding, hiking, climbing, mountain biking, fishing, and boating. Trek
miles of incredible trails, including the Timberline Trail and Pacific Crest
Trail and climb to Crater Rock for limitless views of Central Oregon.
Grab your skis or snowboard and play on the snow-drenched
slopes of Mount Hood. America's largest night ski area, Mt. Hood Ski Bowl offers
300 acres of ski terrain and 500
vertical feet. The largest ski resort on Mount Hood, Mount Hood Meadows
features 2,000 acres of awesome terrain for skiing, XC, and snowboarding.