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Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River
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Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River

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All-inclusive transportation and an efficient itinerary make it possible to see Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood highlights from Portland in just one day. Avoid the hassle of crowded parking lots and winding roads as you head out to Multnomah Falls, Timberline Lodge, and more, all while learning about the sights from your guide as you go. Plus, hotel pickup makes for a seamless experience.
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Jose wrote a review Aug 2020
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Been camping there for 18 years. I will not be going back anymore. We were enjoying conversation with family members from a different camp site from f loop when one of the staff members came to tell us that only six people were allowed per site. We explained that more than half the people there were from another site. He then goes to tell us if any other camp site complained he would ask us to leave. This happened after dark so for us to try and pack everything in the dark would have been impossible. I felt we were being harassed for no adequate reason even after explaining the situation. Will not be going back. It’s a beautiful place but it’s not the only one.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Jcwill5 wrote a review Jul 2020
McMinnville, Oregon311 contributions93 helpful votes
We left early and arrived at Lost Lake at 8:30AM, beating the crowds as we had hoped. Our reward was plenty of day use parking and very few people on the lake loop trail until we were almost done 2 hours later. What we couldn't defeat was the weather, which was a very blustery, cool transitional day from a heavy marine cloud-layer to being hot and sunny the next day. The lake valley acts like a wind tunnel. Mt. Hood was also not visible the entire time we were there. The point is to consider the weather when deciding which day to visit Lost Lake. Undaunted by conditions, we put our jackets on and hiked both the lake loop and the old growth forest trails. They were both excellent. Unlike the eastern side, the western side of the lake loop trail had a few rocky and tree rooted, and/or steeper areas on it, so that part is NOT for everyone. The old growth trail, on the other hand, contains many lovely examples of old growth Douglas Fir Western Red Cedar--which were majestic. There's educational stations that teach about forest ecology and which make it well worth a family expedition. Campers will find a great many spots which are well-spaced and with access to the lake. The general store is well stocked and restrooms are found all around the developed areas. The lodge itself and the cabins look a little dated and well loved, but it's the stunning view folks come here to see not the decor. I highly recommend a visit!
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Date of experience: July 2020
Michala W wrote a review Dec 2019
Astoria, Oregon12 contributions1 helpful vote
very small and cute, easy to find and a great drive, amazing french fries at the grocery stores, good campsite with lots of room.
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Date of experience: May 2019
Excursion295996 wrote a review Oct 2019
16 contributions4 helpful votes
My hiking group took the lake trail with hood peeking through clouds Saturday. It's an easy trail with a couple of paths branching off one heading for huckleberries (during the season). A week ago the lake was ensconced in fog, then five minutes later clear, sun glistening. There was no one else on the trail.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Helen C wrote a review Sep 2019
Renton, Washington603 contributions113 helpful votes
We arrived at 10.30am and managed to get a parking spot on a Sunday. We barely caught a glimpse of Mt Hood n the north side because of the clouds. The lake was beautiful and boat/kayak/canoe/paddle-boat rentals were available for 2 hours minimum. The north side trail was easy. The west side was more uneven and had a few difficult places for the physically impaired. The east side Old Growth Trail had a boardwalk which made it easy. I had printed a map of the resort but wasn't sure exactly where we were on the return trip. So we asked around. Vault toilets only. Cafe was small and had limited variety. Entry fee is $9.
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Date of experience: September 2019