• NESTING: Historic Lodges, Mountain Resorts
  • DIET: Seared Pork Belly, Artisanal Gin, Goat Cheese Crostini
  • I.D. BY: Argyle socks, creels, cloth napkins

When someone talks about clubbing, do you think about buying a new set of irons? Do you dream of landing a trophy fish at a picturesque mountain lake? Is your palate pleased only by meals consisting of locally sourced ingredients? Sounds like you're a LinksCastCavore to us, and Mt. Hood Territory is your ideal habitat. 

Links - noun: a fancy name for a golf course

Golf isn't just a sport, it's a way of life for you. We get it, and we've got some great choices. Try 27 holes of golf tucked away in the woods at the base of Mt. Hood, a top-rated facility nestled in the rolling hills of the Willamette Valley, par-3 golf course moments from the amenities of Lake Oswego, and even a learning center to help you brush up on those skills. The point is bring your clubs, they'll get some use.

Cast - verb: to throw fishing line out into the water

If you're wishing for some fishing on your trip, we get your angle. You'd be hard pressed to name a freshwater species you can't catch in our lakes and rivers, not to mention various salmon and even steelhead. Check out our fish finder to see just what you can get where, or better yet, hire a guide and let them show you the way to a trophy catch in Mt. Hood Territory.

Cavore - noun: one whose diet consists of locally produced food (root: locavore)

Food is just better when it didn't travel to get to your plate, right? We agree, and so do the many farms and restaurants that work together to provide fresh, local ingredients for amazing meals. Whether your table is at an award-winning restaurant, or located in a scenic field right where that very bite you're about to take was harvested, fresh just tastes better. 

It's time to celebrate, LInksCastCavore, you've found your perfect place. So book that personalized vacation today, and we'll see you soon.

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Linkscastcavore Fall Habits
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Fisherman stadning in boat in river holds up his salmon catch.
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