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Awesome scenery in and around the Mt Hood areas. The mountain itself is a beautiful sight as you drive around the territory. There is so much places to see and so much things to do and experience. Highly recommend staying in the quaint town of...More
The drive up the mountain is slow due to rough, rugged road and so many switch-backs. We just visited (Sept 2018) and learned there had been a devastating wildfire in 2008 so half the mountain is nothing but dead trees. We last visited 14 years...More
We were fortunate to visit on a bright sunny day. Initially the mountain peak was covered by cloud but this quickly cleared to provide a clear view of the peak.
This is an awesome sight in a great setting. On a good day this is...More
The road up to Mount Hood as well as the end point at the Timberline Lodge is dotted with the spectacular scenery. The mountain itself is beautiful to behold, and a photographer's dream. You can get some good images from the lodge, from outside the...More
My wife drags be up here every time one of her friends visits. Yeah, it's a mountain. The biggest disappointment is that during the summer the mountain used to be covered in a veil of white snow. These days it is dry and barren like...More
Enjoyed a hike into Burnt Lake from which we had a great view of Zigzag Glacier. Hike was an easy shuttle, fairly tough hike. Started at Burnt Lake-road can be navigated by a regular car easily. Second car at end of Cast Lake Trail. Burnt...More
We could only go halfway up because of the snow. It was amazing since we were wearing shorts and short sleeved shirts to be able to see such a wonderful sight on a nice clear sunny day. At the lodge, people were still skiing and...More
Highway 26 around the south end of Mt. Hood. You go through Gresham, Sandy, Estacada and up through Government Camp to get to the Timberline lodge. The waterfall ally route is on the old highway, on Highway 30 but can’t be... More
Highway 26 around the south end of Mt. Hood. You go through Gresham, Sandy, Estacada and up through Government Camp to get to the Timberline lodge. The waterfall ally route is on the old highway, on Highway 30 but can’t be accessed because of the fires last year.