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Mt. Hood National Forest Tours and Activities

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The Mt. Hood National Forest covers more than one million acres, including lakes, wilderness areas, mountains, and of course – a vast forest.

First established in 1892 as the Bull Run Forest Reserve, the area was expanded and eventually the name was changed to its current Mt. Hood National Forest in 1924. The forest area extends into six different Oregon counties, is managed by four district offices, has eight designated wilderness areas, and includes 170 recreation sites. Visitors can go hiking, mountain biking, boating, fishing, hunting, camping, mountain climbing, skiing, and horseback riding in the National Forest, among other things. Part of the Pacific Crest Trail crosses into the National Forest.

The towering peak of Mt. Hood – the tallest point in the state – sits in the northern part of the National Forest, and Timberline Lodge has year-round skiing. The forest area stretches from the Columbia River Gorge south about 60 miles through the Willamette Valley, making it a popular destination for people from Portland as well as other cities in Oregon.

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Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt Hood Tour from Portland

Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt Hood Tour from Portland

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Experience the unrivaled beauty of the Columbia River Gorge, Cascade Mountain Range and Mount Hood on this full-day trip from Portland. In the comfort of a luxury vehicle, enjoy a guided tour of the Gorge’s top destinations, including dramatic waterfalls, the Bridge of the Gods, Hood’s Timberline Lodge, and the charming city of Hood River.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Exclusive Mount Hood & Columbia River Gorge Air Tour

Exclusive Mount Hood & Columbia River Gorge Air Tour

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See the snowy peaks of Mount Hood and the dense forests and epic waterfalls that surround it with this private flight tour. Your pilot will take you and your group of up to three passengers up along the Columbia River, past Multnomah Falls and Latourell Falls, and right up to Mount Hood, the highest point in the state.
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  • 1 hour
  • Free Cancellation
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$249.00
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1-Hour Private Air Tour of Mount Hood and Columbia Gorge

1-Hour Private Air Tour of Mount Hood and Columbia Gorge

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Experience Oregon from the sky with this aerial tour above some of the state’s most dramatic scenery. This flight for up to three people will take you above the Columbia Gorge, over the Mt. Hood National Forest and back. Note that prices are for the entire plane ride, so bring a couple friends and make a day of it.
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  • 1 hour
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Small Group: Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt Hood Day Tour from Portland
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Small Group: Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt Hood Day Tour from Portland

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Explore the Columbia River Gorge and Mt Hood on a small-group tour from Portland with a guide who shows you the highlights of this vast nature destination. Stop at scenic viewpoints and a waterfall, have lunch in Hood River, and ascend Mt Hood to visit Timberline Lodge—a National Historic Landmark. Learn about the history and geography of Oregon, and get great photo ops as well.
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  • 9 hours
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Should I book Mt. Hood National Forest tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Mt. Hood National Forest can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Mt. Hood National Forest 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Mt. Hood National Forest costs USD 139.00. Guided Mt. Hood National Forest tours start around USD 139.00 per person.
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