U-CUT HERE FOR HOLIDAY CHEER

Did you know Oregon is the largest producer of Christmas trees in the US? There are over 700 Christmas tree farms in Oregon and Mt. Hood Territory is where you can find most of them. From Douglas and noble firs to blue spruces, we have them all.

Head to Mt. Hood Territory this winter with your family as you drive  along country roads, stopping by Christmas tree farms searching for the  perfect u-cut tree. The fun doesn’t stop there. Many farms offer extra  holiday entertainment with hot chocolate, hayrides, and wreath building.  Let this be an on-going activity as part of your family holiday  traditions. 

Looking for more adventure this holiday season? Head out to the Mt.  Hood National Forest to cut your Christmas tree in the wild. Stop by a ranger district office for a permit and further instructions. 

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Christmas comes from Mt. Hood Territory
Okay, maybe the headline is overstating things a bit, but then again, maybe not. Christmas is one of the biggest exports from Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. Allow me to explain. Oregon grows more Chris...
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View of snow covered Mt. Hood and distant Cascade foothills seen from a Christmas tree farm in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
U-cut Christmas trees put the u in Holiday fun
In Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory, getting a Christmas tree is so much fun. From the cities to the valley to the mountain, our climate is perfect for growing beautiful, fragrant Christmas Trees. The s...
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Hundreds of trees fill the field at a Christmas tree farm as passing clouds cast shadows across snow on distant Mt. Hood.
Paul Bunyan your way to a Merry Christmas
For those who celebrate Christmas, the Christmas tree is often the centerpiece of your family's festivities. Many family holiday traditions include going to your local tree lot to pick the perfect pi...
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Circular photo of snow covered Mt. Hood with Mt. Hood National Forest foothills in forefront
Christmas comes from Mt. Hood Territory
Okay, maybe the headline is overstating things a bit, but then again, maybe not. Christmas is one of the biggest exports from Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. Allow me to explain. Oregon grows more Chris...
Read More
View of snow covered Mt. Hood and distant Cascade foothills seen from a Christmas tree farm in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
U-cut Christmas trees put the u in Holiday fun
In Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory, getting a Christmas tree is so much fun. From the cities to the valley to the mountain, our climate is perfect for growing beautiful, fragrant Christmas Trees. The s...
Read More
Hundreds of trees fill the field at a Christmas tree farm as passing clouds cast shadows across snow on distant Mt. Hood.
Paul Bunyan your way to a Merry Christmas
For those who celebrate Christmas, the Christmas tree is often the centerpiece of your family's festivities. Many family holiday traditions include going to your local tree lot to pick the perfect pi...
Read More
Circular photo of snow covered Mt. Hood with Mt. Hood National Forest foothills in forefront
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