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My girlfriend and I went to Mt. Hood National Forest and camped for two nights near Timothy Lake. Fantastic views of Mt. Hood whole camping alongside a lovely lake. Campground was clean and had bathrooms. Great, relaxing time! Also, got to drive around Mt. Hood...More
Such a beautiful sight to see over a large section of Oregon. I'd had this on my bucket list for awhile. Unfortunately, it was pouring rain the last day of my trip so I had a somewhat limited visit here. Will go back!
This National Forest is awe inspiring. In any season just an hour from Portland and you can't beat the drive. Make sure you take time along the way and pull off the road to take in the beauty. We were not "prepared" to hike but...More
The Mt. Hood National Forest is just 20 miles away from Portland--basically in its backyard! So, if you are in Portland, visit. In addition to its namesake, it extends south from the Columbia River Gorge across more than sixty miles of forested mountains, lakes and...More
We visited a few months ago after buying a cabin in the area. Took a drive up Lolo Pass to the campground spots and wandered off on a couple trails. Junta beautiful views everywhere. Will come back in the Spring to adventure more.
I participated the Mt. Hood marathon hosted by Revel.. and the Forest was so beautiful, Marathon was so enjoyable, the people were so nice .. everything was excellent ..
I will be there again as many as possible..
Mt. Hood National Forest encompasses slightly over 1 million acres of great scenery and landscapes, including eight wilderness areas totaling over 300,000 acres. The developed facilities are excellent and the views (including of Mt. Hood on clear days) are great.
The autumn leaves are stunning on this road. On a clear day the views of Mt. Hood won’t disappoint.
We took it from Rt 26 to Lost Lake so we could hike the Lost Lake Butte Trail.
The Trail has an elevation change of 1200-1300...More
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We did not do any camping. We hiked a couple of trails on Mt. Hood. We got the access information from a couple of sources. We brought a map published by National Geographic that had very good trail locations. Another... More
We did not do any camping. We hiked a couple of trails on Mt. Hood. We got the access information from a couple of sources. We brought a map published by National Geographic that had very good trail locations. Another excellent resource is stop by the nearest Forest Service office while you are there. They have maps, current trail conditions, and suggestions. That is probably your best resource.