View from Jonsrud Viewpoint in Sandy of farmlands and forest with snow covered Mt. Hood filling the blue skyline.

FOUR SEASONS OF FUN

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. Explore winter today.

Female snowshoer tries to catch up with her male counterpart as they make their way uphill from Timberline Lodge on sunny day
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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Perennial metal art by Aaron Hussey
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
Three bicyclists cross bridge over the Molalla River with its heavily wooded riverbanks
BIKING
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Autumn foliage covers the bank as a fisherman standing on rock in river casts his line in hopes of catching a fall Chinook
FISHING
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SNOW PLAY
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Rows of thousands of vibrantly colored tulips in forefront of a blue roofed barn and blue painted sheds and silo on farmland
FLOWERS
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Newly sheared reddish brown and beige alpacas with fluffy heads in green pasture at Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch
ANIMALS
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Close-up of hands holding three glasses of wine in a toast during a summer Dinner in the Field
WINE
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Colorful Tree of Life mural with humans and exotic animals painted on side of building in downtown Estacada
ART
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Woman in pioneer period clothing gives a butter churning demo to guests at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
HERITAGE
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A distant Mt. Hood rises over the Oregon City hillside as frothy whitewater rushes over Willamette Falls on Willamette River
HIKING
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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.

TERRITORY COMMUNITIES

Canby | Estacada | Gladstone | Government Camp | Happy Valley | Lake Oswego | Milwaukie | Molalla | North Clackamas | Oregon City | Sandy |Villages of Mt. Hood | West Linn | Wilsonville

TRIP IDEAS
Thanksgiving Weekend Wine Tasting in Mt. Hood Territory
The leaves are falling and the season changing in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and many families have traditions they look forward to every year, like making...
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Two rows of vineyard grapevines cast shadows on the long stretch of dirt pathway between them.
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.
10 Family Activities to Enjoy in Mt. Hood Territory
Mt. Hood Territory has an array of fun activities that are excellent for family bonding and recharging those batteries. It's the perfect trip to take over summer break to ensure an action-packed adven...
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Family hiking little zigzag falls in Oregon's Mount Hood Territory
12 Diverse Trails In Mt. Hood Territory
We've curated a collection of 12 trails and hikes that range from a casual walk through urban parks to some more lengthy, moderate and difficult rated hikes, for the seasoned outdoor enthusiast....
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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 mo...
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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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