Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
From the top of 11,245-foot majestic Mt. Hood to the fertile Willamette Valley, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory offers forested wilderness areas and breathtaking vistas that set the stage for almost any type of adventure.
Experience year-round recreation for all skill levels – stretching from the mountain with its three mountain bike parks and the longest ski season in North America to our rivers and lakes, perfect for rafting, kayaking and SUPing to our lesser traveled Trails Guide routes, taking you to surprise waterfalls and hidden forests.
Our Main Streets offer farm-to-table dining on twinkling patios, tax-free shopping at local boutiques, vibrant outdoor sculpture and mural walks and a thriving beer, cider and spirits scene highlighted on our Tap Trail. They also offer access to water recreation, including kayaking to Willamette Falls, where Indigenous tribes still fish for lamprey. Along the way, explore Oregon Trail living history at our museums and on our Heritage Trail.
Meet the people growing and producing the food you’ll eat. Sip rare wine varietals along our Wine Trail, feed ostriches, picnic in tulip, lavender and dahlia fields and pick berries on our visitor-friendly working farms. The Molalla, Canby and Farmlandia Farm loops wind throughout our unique communities.