If you want a vacation close to a lush green forest where plenty of outdoor activities await you, then Mount Hood Village, Oregon, is the perfect place for you! The state of Oregon is well known for having the most wonderful green lands and nordic forests. Mount Hood Village is a gathering of multiple smaller towns and villages in Clackamas County right at the edge of Mt Hood National Forest, and this forest has over one million acres of land. It is home to, mountains, lakes, streams, waterfalls and a stratovolcano.
Mt Hood National Forest was established as a reserve in 1892, and it quickly became a very popular ski resort during winter months. The original Timberline Lodge from 1937 is still standing.
There are plenty of amazing things to do at Mount Hood Village and Mt Hood National Forest, and if you are a nature lover, this will be a paradise to you.
Mount Hood Village has plenty of great things to offer to visitors. If you like hiking in scenic places then go on a walk to explore some of the waterfalls in the area, such as the Multnomah Falls, Matlako Falls or Latourell Falls. These gorgeous waterfalls are popular spots for some cooling dips as well, just make sure you stay safe.
Mirror Lake is a great place for kayaking and canoeing, and from the lake, there's a wonderful view of the mountains. Moreover, the Salmon River Trail is a really nice area for wild water rafting and hiking as well. This area is an amazing place for winter activities too because there are multiple ski resorts close by.
The Timberline Lodge Ski Area is a well-known ski resort and it also offers a great variety of slopes for beginners and experts alike.
Another popular point of interest for ski-lovers is the Mount Hood Skibowl, which is located at Government Camp.
Furthermore, if you want to have a little relaxation after having fun all day outside, visit one of the many great spas and wellness center in Mount Hood Village to recharge. Additionally, you do not have to worry about where to eat because Mount Hood Village has plenty of great restaurants, bars, cafes and even some wineries.
The best areas to stay at Mount Hood Village are the areas closest to the National Forest. There are all kinds of accommodation options in the area, from cozy cabins, through to large rentals for families and friends, or properties with hot tubs!
When to visit Mount Hood Village depends on whether you want a winter sports vacation, or a summer vacation. The average temperature during summer is 75 degrees with no rain, which makes it the perfect weather for exploring. Do not forget, the and higher you go, the temperature will drop, so make sure to dress accordingly. In December you can expect plenty of snowfall - perfect for winter sports.
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Those looking to get some work done during their trip to Mount Hood Village can choose from 319 places to stay that have WiFi. 6 places to stay include a breakfast. Fitness addicts can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 22 accommodations that have gyms. If you are driving to Mount Hood Village, you'll want to pick from 312 places to stay that provide parking. 46 accommodations have a a pool or jacuzzi
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