Wildwood Recreation Site, Wetland Boardwalk Trail

TRAILS

Mt. Hood Territory has a vast trails system for visitors of all experience levels. Trek your way to breath-taking landscapes, fields of wildflowers, top-notch bird watching, spectacular waterfalls and summer huckleberry picking. Come winter, explore snow-covered mountain meadow trails by snowshoe, cross-country skis or snowmobile. 

Hiking: Mt. Hood hikes take you a higher elevation for a bird’s eye view of The Territory for an array of climbing and hiking options. The Table Rock Wilderness is prime flora and fauna country. Stroll urban trails and parks where treasures await at natural and recreation areas. At Camassia Natural Park rare wildflowers bloom in wetlands. Take the kids to Wildwood Recreation Site and watch aquatic life from the park’s ADA accessible Streamwatch Trail and viewing window.

Biking Trails & Routes: 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. Try a fat tire bike for winter trails.

Trails Guide

Explore 12 Specially Selected Hikes For All Skill Levels

TRIP IDEAS
Dog Friendly Hikes Near Mt. Hood
Luckily for dog owners, there are numerous trails that are dog-friendly and vary in difficulty in length near Mt. Hood. There is something for all abilities. From alpine lakes to raging rivers to moun...
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Dog posing in front of Mt. Hood
Fall Hiking In Mt Hood Territory
The Fall months in Mt. Hood Territory are the perfect time to discover the autumn foliage in the forests. No matter what your skill level is there is a trail suited for you in Mt. Hood Territory and t...
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Family hiking little zigzag falls in Oregon's Mount Hood Territory
Wildwood Recreation Area
Wildwood Recreation Site is located along a bend of the Wild & Scenic Salmon River and encompasses 550 acres filled with old-growth Douglas fir, western red cedar and western hemlock....
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Molalla River Recreation Area
Home to more than 20 miles of trails, varying in degree of difficulty to suit any ability. You'll definitely want to check out the Molalla River Recreation Area since it's recently gone through a tran...
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5 Favorite Spring Hikes For Wildflowers In Mt. Hood Territory
Spring is traditionally a time when people clean out their clutter, but in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory it's the perfect time to bask in nature's beauty and experience wildflowers....
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Camas blooming at Camassa Nature Preserve in West Linn
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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