Fresh Mountain Air is Just the Beginning
You can’t wait to visit the Villages of Mt. Hood for the year’s first spring adventure, but you’ve only got a few dollars for fun? Come on up. There’s a lot to do that costs little or nothing.
What we find enjoyable for a premium dining experience is as unique to each of us as our own taste buds. We all have our own preferences, from the menu to the feel of the tablecloth. And though these variables differ from one to another, getting things just right is what we all strive for.
Venture into the Villages of Mt Hood for distinct and charming dining options. From cocktail hour to luscious desserts, everything tastes better when the surroundings include fresh mountain air in a relaxing atmosphere.
One of the best reasons to bring your dog along on your next Mt Hood vacation is to enjoy the multitude of scenic trails meandering through the forests and alongside creeks and rivers. With a happy gait and tail held high, a dog knows how to show us pure enjoyment.
The Villages of Mt Hood boast 100’s of miles of trails of all distances and difficulty levels. Most have natural watering holes for your active dog. Human companions will want to carry plenty of water for themselves plus a little extra for the sections of trails without water.
Now that spring is here, local waterfalls are breaking free of the winter’s ice and snow, just like the rest of us. When you’re coming up to the Villages of Mt. Hood for a day trip or an overnight getaway, be sure and stop for a calming, refreshing interlude at one of the many waterfalls in the area. Would your horse like to go hiking too? Many area falls are located along trails open to livestock. Call the Zigzag Ranger Station to check your destination and permits before you load up.