Mt. Hood Territory has vast trails system for visitors of all experience levels. What can you expect along our Oregon hiking trails? Breath-taking landscapes, fields of wildflowers, top-notch bird watching, spectacular waterfalls, snow-covered high-mountain meadows and we are just getting started.
Hiking in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory: Mt. Hood hikes take you a higher elevation for a bird’s eye view of The Territory. The Table Rock Wilderness is prime flora and fauna country. Take a dip at Bagby Hot Springs then pitch your tent at a scenic viewpoint in the backcountry. Stroll urban trails and parks where treasures await at natural and recreation areas. At Camassia Natural Park rare wildflowers bloom in wetlands.
Biking Trails & Routes: Oregon bike trails provide a unique way to experience The Territory. Paved trails like the Springwater Corridor Trail or Trolley Trail along the Willamette River. Thousands of acres of National Forest are an Oregon mountain biking dream.
Family Friendly Trails: Take the kids on an outdoor adventure to Wildwood Recreation Site and watch aquatic life from the park’s ADA accessible Streamwatch Trail and viewing window.
Water Trails: Paddle The Territory’s water trails. Bring your kayak for the Sandy River’s rapids, or have a casual float.
Climbing & Hiking Mt Hood: With over 1 million acres of forest, Mt. Hood National Forest has a trail for every experience level. As the second most-climbed mountain in the world, it also offers an array of climbing options.