Snow-capped and serene, Mount Hood is surrounded by an immense national forest, making it the perfect area for snowsports, trekking, and other recreational activities.
Mount Hood is home to four ski areas, including historic Timberline Lodge
, a classic WPA-era mountain lodge, which also happens to offer North America’s longest ski season and Mt. Hood Ski Bowl
, which offers the country’s largest night skiing area.
At 11,249 feet, Mount Hood overlooks the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge.
- 11,249 feet; Oregon's highest peak
- North America's only year-round lift-served skiing
- A “potentially active” volcano