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Hood River Guide

  • Walking tours (10)
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Mt. Hood Via South Side Timberline Approach
Mt. Hood Via South Side Timberline Approach

Mt. Hood is the tallest mountain (and volcano) in the state of Oregon. At 11,239 feet (3426 meters) it is truly a worthy alpine ascent. The volcano last erupted in 1907 and was first climbed by W.S....

Rated 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Ramona Falls Loop
Ramona Falls Loop

Water flows from a narrow chasm about 100ft above. Water kinda appears to glow as it flows through the basaltic surface underneath.

Ramona Falls - Mt Hood
Ramona Falls - Mt Hood

Ramona Falls drops 120 feet, cascading and splitting into ever smaller fingers of water broken up by the hexagonal columns of basalt at the base of the cliff. The trail is relatively easy for this...

Rated 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Mt. Hood Winter Ski Descent From Crater Rock
Mt. Hood Winter Ski Descent From Crater Rock

A fun descent from Crater Rock on Mt. Hood with the technical part of actually going to the summit. This can be done after a chairlift ride up the Palmer Lift in the spring or as we did it starting...

Mt. Hood: Eliot Glacier Ascent
Mt. Hood: Eliot Glacier Ascent

This climb to the headwall of the Eliot Glacier is a great chance to practice mountaineering skills such as using an axe, ropes, belay, crevass rescue, etc. Make sure to wear a climbing helmet...

Wahkeena Falls Loop - Columbia River Gorge
Wahkeena Falls Loop - Columbia River Gorge

This loop hike passes by several beautiful waterfalls. The trail ascends Wahkeena Creek past the springs which feed the waterfall and then continues onto Larch Mountain Trail which brings you to...

Angel's Rest - Columbia Gorge
Angel's Rest - Columbia Gorge

This hike will take you past lower 150 foot Coopey Falls, Upper Coopey Falls which you can walk below, and up many switchbacks to a beautiful view over the Columbia River below. There is also a...

Hood To Coast Relay
Hood To Coast Relay

Close to 20,000 participants strong, Hood to Coast is the world's largest running and walking relay event! 2012 marks the 31st Anniversary taking runners from Majestic Mt. Hood to the Pacific Ocean...

Rated 3 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Mirror Lake - Mount Hood
Mirror Lake - Mount Hood

This 3 mile round trip will bring you to a small lake beneath Tom Dick Peak which has beautiful views of Mt. Hood across the pass. You can hike up the slope a bit further to POI #3 if you would like...

Rated 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Cloud Cap Inn
Cloud Cap Inn

Begin from the small campground at Cloud Cap. Hike 200 feet south to the intersection of the Timberline Trail #600, then follow the pointer to Gnarl Ridge uphill to the left. Stay left on the trail,...

Perfect Weekend

Sleepless in Portland, Oregon (Seadebi, 23 Jun 2008)
3.5 of 5 stars 3 Votes

Best Of

4.5 of 5 stars 20 Votes
3.0 of 5 stars 10 Votes
From Portland to Bend (thefayeway, 31 Jul 2006)
3.0 of 5 stars 2 Votes

Recent Trip

Pacific Northwest Sampler (altermood, 1 Dec 2013)
0.0 of 5 stars 0 Votes