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Molly Johnson | 03/23/2020 | Animals, Farms & Wineries, Flowers & Nurseries

Satiate All Your Senses In Mt. Hood Territory

In Mt. Hood Territory we have endless opportunities to delight all your senses. From stunning vistas to furry farm animals to award-winning beers and wines, every day is a great day here. 

Discover the Oregon Farm Loops consisting of the Canby Area Farm Loop, Farmlandia Farm Loop and Molalla Farm Loop in Mt. Hood Territory. Each loop offers 12 to 15 farm stops flaunting flowers, wine tasting, friendly farm animals, u-pick, farm stands, festivals and rodeos. It doesn't get much better than slowing down, petting a friendly animal or smelling a fragrant flower and then enjoying the calm of the country. Reconnect with the land, your friends and yourself and feel rejuvenated and peaceful. Taste the delicious farm grown produce, see the amazing views, touch the adorable farm animals, smell the fragrant flowers and hear the laughter of a fun time being had at any stop you choose.

12 Bridge Ciderworks Cider

The Pacific Northwest is known for its distinctive brews and Mt. Hood Territory has garnered quite the collection of stand-out breweries, cideries and even a distillery. To aid in showcasing them we created the Tap Trail Mobile Passport which connects them along a "trail" that is easy to follow and locate all the goodness while giving you some great discounts too. The free downloadable passport can be thumbnailed on your phone like an app and offers a discount at all 15 participating locations. And bonus, if you redeem a discount at 10 or more of the 15 stops in a year you will earn yourself a stainless steel pint glass! Taste the crisp brews, see the rockin' tasting rooms, touch the unique taster trays, smell the hoppy hops and hear the rave reviews of the one of a kind beers, ciders and spirits.

13 wine bottles from participating Wine trial wineries and stainless wine glass staged on rock wall rim with view of valley.

In the past few years the Willamette Valley was awarded the Wine Region of the Year title by Wine Enthusiast Magazine garnering loads of attention to a number of Mt. Hood Territory's stunning wineries. With the Tap Trail established and thriving we created the Wine Trail Mobile Passport connecting 16 of our participating wineries on an easy to follow "trail" again and giving awesome discounts to boot. The wines truly do taste like they are well deserving of such a title and the family owned vineyards hold deep connections to the community and their pride for our area is evident. Taste the tannins, see the sweeping landscapes, touch the elegant stemware, smell the wine's bouquet, hear the backstories of each varietal and feel all your stresses vanishing.  

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Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home. She is currently generating content for and for the #omht Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest channels. 

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