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.
KATU News celebrates Oregon Wine Month at Pete's Mountain Vineyard
It's no surprise that people love to celebrate Oregon Wine Month. Our state boasts some truly amazing wineries, not to mention Wine Spectator's Wine Region of the Year in 2016, making it a prime plac...
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Wine bottle and 3 glasses of rose' and an Oregon Mt. Hood Territory stainless wine glass with Oregon Wine Month table tent.
Delicious pizza at Ivy Bear Pizzeria in the Villages of Mt. Hood
If you're anything like me, or 90% of the population for that matter, you love a good pizza. Assuming that you fall into that 90% category, then you'll want to make your way to Ivy Bear Pizze...
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Pizza from Ivy Bear Pizzeria
More flower events now that the tulip festival is done
If you're anything like us, the the end of the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival kinda feels like the day after Christmas as a kid. But like a kid who's birthday is only a month or so after Christmas, we do...
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pink dahlia and bee oregon's mount hood territory
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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Oregon wines and Mt. Hood Oregon Wine Month
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. H...
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Mount Hood Territory Heritage Trail App on iphone
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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Snow covered trees and historic Timberline Lodge with Mt. Hood's snow appearing pink in the alpenglow of sunset
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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Snowboarder sprays a rooster tail of fresh powder snow as he carves his way around a hillside of snow laden trees
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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Multicolored hot air balloon floats above a field of thousands of yellow daffodils and rows of red and white tulips
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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Historic Stevens-Crawford House in Oregon City with Mt. Hood Territory Heritage Trail signage for phone app tour.
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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One backpacker stops to enjoy the canyon and Mt. Hood views as another hiker walks toward him along the Pacific Crestt Trail
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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Snowshoer with large backpack makes his way across a nowcoverd meadow as Mt. Hood and National Forest fill his view.
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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Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail stainless steel pint glass superimposed over photo view of Mt. Hood from Sandy's Jonsrud Viewpoint
gentleman drinking wine with the valley in the background at a farm to table wine dinner event in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
May is Wine Month in Oregon
May has been designated as Oregon Wine Month and the wineries in Mt. Hood Territory will be offering special events and tasting hours all month long to celebrate. Be sure to make your way out to one of our award-winning wineries to taste some of the best wines in the world while the specials last.
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Female on a stand-up paddleboard and kayakers behind her paddling near Willamette Falls in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory.
Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Join eNRG Kayaking and We Love Clean Rivers for the exciting Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Oregon City; a collection of 10 short films calling attention to the worlds environmental celebrations and concerns. Two show times available: Family Show and Adult Show with beer and wine served.
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Two bicyclists on counrtry road pass by vineyard and farm buildings with foothills and Mt. Hood seen through the summer haze
Pioneer Century Bike Ride
The popular Pioneer Century Ride is back again this year and is taking place on Saturday, June 2nd. There are six different routes all taking advantage of the scenery while offering a variety of distances and difficulties for riders of all ages and abilities.
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Little girl dressed in a pink hat and top stands in the lavender field picking fresh lavender in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory.
Summer Lavender Festivals
Breathe in the fragrant smells of fresh Lavender at one of the many Lavender Festivals this summer in Mt. Hood Territory. Great gifts, beautiful flowers, live music and fun for the whole family.
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Go To Events
Last Tuesday @rico.shots captured this stunning photo from a helicopter above Oswego Lake right as the sun began to burn through the morning clouds. Talk about timing, right?! Truly amazing vantage point to showcase #omht.
Morning light moodiness shot from Tom Dick & Harry Mountain in #omht by @buncephoto. Great light rising behind Mt. Hood.
Mondays are better with a Mirror Lake reflection of Mt. Hood to stare at while the coffee is kicking in, don’t you agree? Kuddos to @pdzierba for taking this beauty in #omht.
If you could wish upon a star, what would you ask for? We’d hope for more perfect nights like this one, captured by @jesse.brackenbury.
Who’s up for a little alpenglow? We’re loving this shot by @alexkleist.
After a great day in #omht, it’s customary to high five your friends. Photo by @mountaingingerly.
What a stunner of a sunrise silhouette capture of Mt. Hood by @ragingplanet. Taken from the Willamette Falls viewpoint along 205 in #omht.
How cute is this snow family photo by @bettie.mozelle? Love it and this viewpoint of Mt. Hood from Tom Dick & Harry Mountain in #omht.
We’re BEAMING with joy looking at this #waterfallwednesday shot by @mytypdx at Ramona Falls in #omht. Aren’t you?!
Look close at this photo by @wanderfuladventuring ...can you figure out this hazy mind-bender? I needed coffee first, what about you?
Sometimes nature provides its own framing. This weekend was amazing in #omht? Did you get out and about like @superduperhiker did to get this photo?
A field of red clover is starting to bloom in Boring, OR. We thought we’d post these flowers today in honor of Mother’s Day celebrating all the moms who made us who we are today. Thanks!
A beautiful scene at Frog Lake on a warmer day. Photo by
Summer hiking season is almost upon us. What’s your favorite trail in #omht? @collinburk got this shot on his favorite the other day.
A look back on a fierce sunrise captured by @pnw.zack in #omht. The warm color tones in the sky are so calming, don’t you think?
@pnw.hiker captured the Northern Lights show at Frog Lake and we at #omht think it’s pretty darn stunning. Don’t you?
The sun’s rays shine down on #omht. Love the dramatic sky in this beautiful photo by @seanhaselden.
A shocking image captured Saturday night as lighting strikes near the @woodenshoefarm by @jimmullholand. This truly is an amazing photo.
Spring is definitely taking hold in #omht. Mirror Lake is starting to thaw. Photo by @megnye.
@photosbymikewarner captured this early morning sky fire from the I205 Viewpoint in West Linn. Love it!
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