• NESTING: Quaint B&Bs, Ski Chalets
  • RECENTLY SPOTTED: Field & Vine Dinner, Magic Mile Trail
  • DIET: Charcuterie Plate, Turkey Jerky, Pinot Noir
  • OVERHEARD: "Blackberry nose with a fig and cocoa finish".

Do you wish Wine Wednesday was every day? Do you crave the feeling of racing down a mountain slope? Can you only truly relax when you're floating down a lazy river in an inner tube? We get you, VineWhooshTuber, and this is the place to do all the things you desire.

Vino - noun: person with exceptional tastes in wine

If you have grape expectations of your destinations, then rejoice, for some of the world's best wines are grown right here in the Willamette Valley. This makes for some of the best tasting room experiences you'll ever have at one of the 18 amazing wineries in Mt. Hood Territory. 

Whoosh - verb: to ski quickly down the slopes

We don't like to limit our skiing or boarding to just one season; we hit the slopes in all four. If this sounds like you, then congrats, Mt. Hood Territory is prime habitat for you. Enjoy the longest ski season in North America on Mt. Hood's Palmer Glacier, surprisingly close to Portland. 

Tuber - noun: one who floats lazily down a body of water

Sometimes you just need to relax and let the waters of a peaceful river or serene alpine lake carry your troubles away. Why not combine a few passions, and tube down the river with a (outdoor friendly) glass of your favorite Oregon wine in hand. 

If we just described the perfect sounding vacation, all that's left is for you to build that dream itinerary. See you soon, VinoWhooshTuber. 

Where to rest your head: Bed & BreakfastHotel/MotelVacation Rentals.

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