Discover Mt. Hood/The Gorge

Mt. HoodMt. Hood and the cliffs of the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge look down on quaint riverfront towns, countless waterfalls and exhilarating windsurfing waters. The often-photographed Mt. Hood is home to four ski areas, including historic Timberline Lodge, a classic WPA-era mountain lodge, which also happens to offer North America’s longest ski season and Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, which offers the country’s largest night skiing area. Run-off from Mt. Hood’s volcanic slopes enriches soil in the valleys below, making the Hood River Valley one the largest fruit-growing regions in Oregon with apricots, apples, blueberries, pears—even wine grapes that make for exceptional vintages. For those who prefer the indoors, historical wonders can be also be discovered in Troutdale’s Harlow House, The Dalles’ Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Wasco County Historical Museum.

Mt. Hood/The Gorge Information


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DMO Contact Info

Hood River County Chamber of Commerce
voice: 541-386-2000
fax: 541-386-2057

Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory
voice: 503-655-8490
fax: 503-742-5907

The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce
voice: 541-296-2231
fax: 541-386-2057

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