IF YOUR THING ISN’T ONE THING, WELCOME.

Love fishing, farm-to-table and cycling? Wine, boarding and ballooning? That’s okay. In fact, it’s all good here. Whatever species of traveler you are, from Histo-farm-karter to Links-cast-cavore, we’re your getaway.

 

RECREATION
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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FARMS & WINERIES
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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ARTS & HERITAGE
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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LODGING
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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DIVERSE GEOGRAPHY. INSPIRING EXPERIENCES.
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.
TERRITORY COMMUNITIES
TRIP IDEAS
Tiny homes, big adventure on Mt. Hood
Tiny homes are the next big thing, not just in housing, but in vacation stays as well. The Mt. Hood Tiny House Village at the Mt. Hood Village Campground in Welches is a fun, beautiful and a unique v...
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Scarlett, the tiny red, vacation rental house is the epitome of farmhouse charm at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village in Welches
Explore the First City Itinerary
Day 1 Oregon City was the first city of the Oregon Territory and the perfect place to begin your Oregon Trail journey. Start at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Center where you ca...
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Lighted nighttime view of Oregon City's 130 ft. elevator which is one of only four municipal elevators operating in the world
3 Places to Find Fall Foliage Near Mt. Hood
Fall has certainly arrived here in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory and with that the explosion of color that is fall foliage. Various trees are starting to take on radiant reds and dazzling yellows, amon...
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Fall color leaf on mossy rock Zigzag River Oregon's Mount Hood Territory
Fall in Mt Hood Territory: Color us excited!
As the temperature drops, so do the leaves in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. But before they do, many trees put on a brilliant display of color as beautiful as you could ever imagine. And one of the be...
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View of snow-covered Mt. Hood and Trillium Lake seen through red, orange and gold leaves of vine maples on the lake's edge.
Modern Pioneers: Pascal Chureau
France is known as a culinary powerhouse. So what would draw a French chef to make his home in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory? The answer is just about everything, according to chef Pascal Chureau, who...
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outdoor dining West Linn oregon's mt hood territory
Pumpkin Fests Are The Best
PUMPKIN PATCHES - October Fall is here, and that means pumpkin spiced everything is on the market. Well, you can’t have the spice without the pumpkin, and fortunately we have a lot of farms in M...
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Blonde cherub faced toddler in floral hoodie sits among hundreds of orange pumpkins at Wooden Shoe Farm's pumpkin patch.
Wine your way through Mt. Hood Territory
Wine country has become synonymous with Oregon and we celebrate that relationship every May with Oregon Wine Month. Many of these Oregon wineries call Mt. Hood Territory home as the fertile soils of...
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Wines from vineyards in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory and Mt. Hood Territory stainless wine glass with Mt. Hood in background.
Heritage Trail App marks Oregon Trail's 175th Anniversary
This year marks the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail and the more than 400,000 people who embarked on the month's long journey to make Oregon their home, and the newest addition to the Mt. Hood...
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Mt. Hood Territory Heritage Trail and 175th Commemoration of the Oregon Trail apps on iPhone
Field and Vine Dinners are a foodie paradise
People are becoming much more concerned with what they eat. They like to know what goes into their food, and know where those ingredients came from. With Field and Vine Dinners, fine dining enthusias...
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White aproned, young woman server with large tray of delicious desserts at Pete's Mountain Vineyard Dinner in the Field
175th Anniversary of the Oregon Trail
Growing up in Oregon we learned at a young age about the importance of our home State in our nation's history. In particular, a town just outside of Portland named Oregon City since it is home to the...
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Close-up of wooden wagon wheels at Oregon City's End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon's Mount Hood Territory
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 we...
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Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail stainless steel pint glass superimposed over photo view of Mt. Hood from Sandy's Jonsrud Viewpoint
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