We enjoyed this spectacular scenery when we had lunch near the lake. It was quite hard to climb up to the Mt. Hood.
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This is a spectacular mountain and you should see it from as many perspectives as possible. There are lots of access points and make the time to see as many of them as possible.
It is absolutely gorgeous being near the top of Mt Hood. To the south you can see Mt Jefferson and the day we were there we could see the Sisters. The Timberline Lodge was built by the WPA and opened in 1937. The workmanship is...More
It is one of the must visit place if you are visiting Oregon, Drive to this nature reserve is amazing, lots of pictures place, lots of winery, if you love skiing then there are few ski resort here. drive around it is also breath taking.
We drove highway 35 from Columbia River Gorge heading to Crater Lake....this was easily one of the most scenic drives we have ever taken.
I went up the Timberland Lodge route as the sun rose. If you want to get pictures without skiers, this is a great time and location to do that. I hiked up Mountaineer Trail #798 off the smaller parking lot on the right. Beautiful views....More
Mount Hood towers east of Portland, drawing you to the gorge. The mountain is so sharp and pointy, smothered in snow. Enjoy it best from Trillium Lake and Panorama Point, near Hood River.
Really enjoyed our trip to Mount Hood. Summer skiing/snowboarding looked very nice. We visited the Timberline Lodge which has a great history and would be a great place to stay. Also really enjoyed the ski lift & sled rides down in the West Bowl. Scenery...More