Any time of the year, everywhere you look - Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory never ceases to amaze. Rich in history, food straight from the farm, and recreational possibilities, each day offers a new experience, whether you're outdoors or indoors.

Discover the endless opportunities for adventure, whether you explore by foot, by bike, on a pair of skis, in a raft, or even on a paddleboard.
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Pick your own fruit, pet an alpaca, cut your own Christmas tree, or enjoy a farmers market abundant with fresh produce, flowers and local wine.
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Travel back in time to the end of the Oregon Trail. Discover Oregon’s history at our museums and on our walking tours. Experience Oregon’s culture at our local theaters, art galleries, and live music events.
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From welcoming B&Bs to hotels and motels, vacation rentals to RV parks and campgrounds, in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory you will find friendly service, high standards, and a great deal to fit any budget.
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Urban kayaking, rural bike rides, scenic valley wineries, and awe-inspiring mountain hikes are just a few examples of the many things to do in The Territory. Make your visit even better with a stay in a rustic cabin or stylish hotels next to some amazing tax free shopping. It’s all here.
First food cart in Oregon City is fantastic
The food card trend has come to Oregon City, as the first cart has recently opened. The Perky Pantry is the total definition of a fun cart that is located inside The HiVe, a taproom featuring the craf...
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Tulip Festival Signals Spring
The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival signals the arrival of spring in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. I know because my news feed fills up with gorgeous photos of friends and family in front of tulips, tracto...
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Mid-Week Travel Deals on Lodging
Mt. Hood lures tourists and locals alike with its high caliber snow, terrain, and general awesome vibe. While the rockstar crews of Timberline, Skibowl and the likes are generally able to keep things...
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Mid-Week Ski Deals in Mt. Hood Territory
Skiing and snowboarding on Mt. Hood is a dream come true with American's longest ski season at Timberline Lodge and the best terrain parks in the Northwest, plus America's largest night ski area at M...
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Flowers and Farm Animals in Wine Country
2018 Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival Dates: March 23 - April 29 Mt. Hood Territory has some of the best farm experiences around if you ask me. Being as it was just down the road from my grandparents'...
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Drinking Horse Brewing offers good, balanced beer in Mt. Hood Territory
Located along the busy Highway 212/224 in Clackamas, Drinking Horse Brewing has carved out a reputation for itself by providing, good balanced beer. It's that balance that makes a quality craft a...
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Take to the new Heritage Trail
There's a lot of history here in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. We're the end of the Oregon Trail, we had the first newspaper west of the Rockies, first long-distance transmission of electricity, not t...
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Hiking Trails in Mt. Hood Territory
The trails in Mt. Hood Territory are a true hiker's paradise with glaciers, meadows and alpine lakes all within reach here. Follow Cheryl Strayed's footsteps on the historic and Hollywood-famed Pacif...
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Play the Oregon Trail game
Time to ramp that nostalgia up to 11, remember the old Oregon Trail game? Now you can play it right here.      You know Oregon must be kind of a big deal when thousands upon thousan...
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Five ways to enjoy the snow in Mt Hood Territory
Mt. Hood is a wonderful place to play in the winter – and you don’t have to be a hardcore skier to enjoy it! Of course there is skiing and snowboarding but you can also explore by snowmobile, snow...
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Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail guides you on a craft drink journey
Oregon has become renowned for its makers culture, and Mt. Hood Territory has been at the forefront of this wave. In the past few years we’ve gone from having a small handful of breweries to well m...
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Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival 2018
Every spring you can experience 40 acres of breathtaking fields of tulips, take in expansive views of nearby vineyards and Mt. Hood, and have bushels of fun for the whole family (dogs on leashes included!)
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Skibowl's Annual Pond Skimming Contest & Ski for Sunshine events
The 17th annual Pond Skimming Contest takes traditional skiing and decks it out in some seriously festive attire as participants attempt to ski across a pond at the bottom of a hill.
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GardenPalooza at Fir Point Farms
The 16th annual GardenPalooza event at Fir Point Farms showcases hundreds of plants, garden art and gardening tools from over 40 vendors to help you get ready for spring.
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Taste. Learn. Celebrate
Taste, learn and celebrate Oregon's Wine Month in May by attending the "Taste. Learn. Celebrate." event on April 28 from 12 - 5 pm. Taste some amazing wines, meet the award-winning winemakers and get the tasting season started off right.
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Go To Events
The final moments of winter were filled with beautiful pinks and purples in Mt. Hood Territory. Thank you to Leon Burkholder Photography for capturing this stunning scene on Monday.
There is so much to be happy for on this #internationalhappinessday: It’s the first day of spring, it’s a beautiful day and the Tulip Festival opens on Friday. Here’s a shot from last year by @lishy.
With more snow in the forecast, the ski season on Mt. Hood is shaping up to be another great one. Photo by @findingmewhereverimaybe.
Hey! Guess what opens this week! This photo from @jakeegbert is a big darn hint. The link in our bio is a bigger one.
Huh...apparently there is a good reason to wake up at 3:00 am. Who new? I mean, other than @austin.james.jackson.
Yesterday’s sunrise was one to remember for sure! Were you able to catch a glimpse of this beauty?
We’re throwing it back to this perfect evening in 2013 by @oregoncityphotos. Mt. Hood standing tall over Oregon City, with the famed Munipal Elevator in the foreground.
This sunrise captured last Wednesday from Happy Valley is amazing! @jakeegbert’s photo even shows some shadow agains the clouds from Mt. Hood.
The sun has come out to play in #omht these days and we’re loving it. Also loving this fantastic shot by Bill Carnes.
Good morning, sunshine, Jonsrud Viewpoint says hello! Gorgeous sunrise by @amy__gan.
The view last Wednesday was wonderful, as was this weekend’s spring-like weather. We’re hoping Monday starts just as beautifully.
Frosty morning views in #omht by @paulinthewilderness.
What a stunner of #mthood from Sandy, OR by @jakeegbert. Feeling so ready for the weekend in #omht.
A little moonset glow for you on this fabulous #fbf. Love this shot by @jordan_madary in #omht.
To mark International Women’s Day we’re highlighting ten incredibly talented photographers who are women, including the one who took this photo, @jess_pdx. Click the link in our bio to see the other remarkable women.
So who else enjoyed our little spring preview yesterday? We ran down to the I205 Viewpoint to catch Willamette Falls and Mt. Hood for #waterfallwednesday.
Celebrating #TulipTuesday in #omht with this awesome shot by @lishy. Want to learn more about the Tulip Festival? Click the link in our bio!
A snowy sunrise in Lake Oswego after our wintry weather a few weeks ago. Photo by @pickettjmp3.
One of the best parts of night skiing at @skibowl is catching some killer sunsets. Epic shot by @jgunderson_photography.
Even after Christmas, there’s something special about snow-covered Christmas trees. Taken by @mistyridgetrees outside Oregon City.
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