STEP BACK IN TIME OR ENJOY HIGH ART

From Indie-Roots music festival Pickathon to the multi-day Festival of the Arts to generations of rich pioneer heritage, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory has stories old and new to share. Explore the paths that the original pioneers traveled with the promise of Free Land in Oregon. Take a trip like no other as you visit the historical sites, museums, cultural centers, public art & murals, and festivals held year 'round.

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Blacksmithing gardening implements at Red Pig Garden Tools
Oregon is known for it's maker's culture. Why buy something when you can make it, grow it or brew it yourself? Nowhere is this more evident than at Red Pig Garden Tools in the town of Boring. Red Pig...
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Live Life to the Fullest in Mt. Hood Territory
Day 1 If you can swing it, mid-week trips have quite the list of appeals. Less traffic, shorter to no lines and lower prices! Start your trip off right with breakfast and a tour of Timberline Lodge,...
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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...
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World of Speed showcases iconic Corvette
Few cars are as recognizable as the Corvette. It's very name conjures images of speed and horsepower. The World of Speed museum in Wilsonville is celebrating the heritage of this American icon in a n...
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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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Our theaters set the stage for a night on the town
With so much fun and beauty happening outdoors in Mt. Hood Territory, sometimes people forget about the amazingly talented people in our thriving performing arts scene. But when you're looking fo...
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Tour highlights the spooky side of Oregon City
Oregon City is rich with history. It was the final destination for thousands of pioneers who traveled The Oregon Trail. It was the first city incorporated west of The Rockies. It served as the territ...
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Experience The Oregon Trail Without Getting Dysentery
The great migration along the Oregon Trail began in 1843, one of history’s most arduous journeys. Thousands of families made their way across the US in search of the promise land. However, once the...
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Geocaching - It All Began Here
Code Sheet / Redemption FormOregon’s Mt. Hood Territory is the home of geocaching.  Literally, the place where it all began. Back in May of 2000, when Dave Ulmer hid the world’s first...
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Estacada's Artback Murals let visitors explore the heritage of a community
The city of Estacada is a historic town, having been incorporated way back in 1905. It was around even before that, as workers building the hydroelectric dam on the nearby Clackamas River camped here...
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Living history at the End of the Oregon Trail
The pioneer past is literally at your fingertips at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City.  In the first of three buildings, you can see and touch many of the goods and...
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The arts draw visitors to Oregon's Mt Hood Territory
While outdoor recreation is a huge draw for Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory, many people come here to take in the cultural tourism assets that make The Territory such a unique destination. The story of O...
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