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2017 Solar Eclipse Event

There are many places to view the 2017 Solar Eclipse in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory as the "path of totality" runs through several of our communities’ skies.

The Eclipse Trail is a great way to find fun activities in Mt. Hood Territory during the Eclipse weekend. You can taste some great wines or explore a farm, it is all up to you. Use our free mobile passport to discover fun experiences in Mt. Hood Territory.

Plus, if you visit 7 or more sites you are instantly entered to win a two night stay, a vineyard experience, and much more! For more details visit the Eclipse Trail Contest Rules

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Need Glasses?

We have them. Just attend one of our viewing events during the Eclipse and pick up your Mt. Hood Territory eclipse viewing glasses.


Lodging Still Available in Mt. Hood Territory:



Monday, August 21st Solar Eclipse Viewing Options in Mt. Hood Territory:


Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm

Viewing Event Open to Public with admission pass

Last day for farm tours and passport redemption. Breakfast foods available for purchase. 

Eclipse photography lesson starting at 8:30am.

Eclipse set up and lecture, 9am.

Alpacas at Marquam Hill: 

Viewing Event Open to Public 

6am - 6pm. Find your special viewing area in the pasture. Bring your blanket, chairs and picnic breakfast too! Watch the alpaca behavior as the eclipse happens.

Farm tours offered at $16 PP


Mt. Hood Skibowl:

Viewing Event Open to Public with admission pass

6am - 6pm. Eclipse Chairlift Rides. 

$45 PP, includes eclipse-viewing glasses, parking permit, access to two lifts and a continental breakfast box.


St. Josef's Winery:

Viewing Event Open to Public with admission pass

Open 8am - 5pm $21 PP - They will provide viewing glasses, mimosa or sparkling wine served in a souvenir Oregon Eclipse champagne glass and pancake breakfast.

Food available from 8:30am- 11 am. Breakfast from ChriscakesNW.


Moonridge Farms with Meadow of Lavender:

Viewing Event Open to Public with admission pass

$5 PP or $1 PC - Includes parking and access to the farm during this family.


Tollen Farm:

Viewing Event Open to Public 

Open 10am - 4pm. Cake and Lemonade & 25% off everything in the "Yesterday's Memories Shop.

Free Solar Eclipse viewing glasses.


Timberline Lodge & Ski Area: SOLD OUT!

Viewing Event Open to Public with admission pass

View the Solar Eclipse from 7000 feet on the Magic Mile "Solar Eclipse" Sky Ride. $29 PP. 

Operating from 7am - 10am for ticket-holders. Snacks and beverages available for purchase at the Mile or any of Timberline's six Mt. Hood restaurants. 


Terra Vina Winery: SOLD OUT! (Afternoon Wine Tasting Open)

Viewing Event Open to Public with admission pass - Sold Out

8am - Noon $25 PP - The eclipse starts at 9:05, is total at 10:18 and wanes until 11:38 am. They will provide viewing glasses, morning noshes and coffee & brunch after the total eclipse has finished. Enjoy their new Sparkling Wines to celebrate this once in a lifetime event.

12-5 pm Wine tasting open to the public. Wine available by glass and bottle sales. Food for sale, therefore no outside food and drink allowed. 


 Plan Ahead

  • Eclipse chasers will be coming to Oregon in large numbers. In addition to out-of-state visitors, Portlander's will be traveling south to be within the path of totality for optimal viewing. Roadways will be congested so plan ahead (come early and stay late).

  • Please give the right of way to emergency and public safety vehicles responding to emergency situations.

  • Be courteous and respectful to private property and landowners. Don't trespass.

  • August is the height of fire season, so be sure to follow all open flame fire restrictions and extinguish all cigarettes.

  • Pack extra water, sunscreen, snacks and provisions. Leave no trace and don't litter.

Safe Viewing:   The 2017 Solar Eclipse can be viewed safely with approved eye-ware. Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory solar eclipse glasses will be made available to local hotel guests on August 21st as well as distributed at designated Eclipse viewing event locations.



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