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Flyfisherman in waders and fishing vest and guide are standing in Sandy River while fisherwoman remains in drift boat


Gear up and be guided on individual, family and group adventures in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory.

Catch the big one on an Oregon fishing tour or learn to fly fish. Ride rapids on a guided whitewater rafting trip or learn kayaking, canoeing, or stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) skills. 

Get pumped for bike tours and rent the right bike for your adventure. Rent fat tire bikes, mountain bikes, road bikes, and city bikes for rides near Portland or on Mt. Hood in any season. Take to the snow with snowmobile, snowshoe, snowboard and ski rentals, guided tours, or lessons.

Drink it in. Sip wine in Oregon’s wine country during a Willamette Valley winery tour. Taste a flight of craft brews on a brewery tour. Sample it all. Soak in The Territory’s heritage on a historic Willamette Falls cruise. Take a trolley tour. Picture yourself on an outdoor photography class, atop a horse for equestrian lessons and trail rides, or guided through climbing, mountaineering or alpine skiing.

Guided Fishing Adventures In Mt. Hood Territory
There's not much that compares to the feeling of being out on a beautiful body of water, enjoying the scenery and company of friends and/or family, and then suddenly feeling that telltale tug on your...
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Guided Fishing Trip near Mt. Hood
Fishing In The Spray
A person can learn a lot about the history of our state in the spray at Willamette Falls. Here, the Clackamas peoples and the Wasco, Warm Springs, Multnomah, Yakama, Molalla, Tualatin and other tribes...
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Spray from Willamette Falls fills the air as three fishermen fish from boat at base of falls.
Kayaking, Rafting And Stand-Up Paddleboarding Guides In Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Spring is the perfect time to head to the refreshing rivers in Mt. Hood Territory. With endless adventure possibilities on the water you might not be taking...
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Six helmeted whitewater rafters and their guide lift their paddles as their blue raft floats through the river's ripples.
Climbing In Mt. Hood Territory
Mt. Hood and its surrounding territory offer climbing for every type of climber. The options include an indoor rock wall, outdoor bouldering, sport, trad, and multi-pitch climbs, alpine climbing and...
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On a sunny morning, climber with crampons on his boots makes his way up route towards Mt. Hood's 11,245 ft. summit.
Tackle The Winter With Mt. Hood Outfitters
When the snow comes, some people look to hunker down and snuggle in front of a warm fire. (We have places for that, by the way.) Then there are those who look at it as a chance to get out there and co...
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Young female riding a bright green snowmobile in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
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