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Recent Mt. Hood, The Gorge reviews

  • Great Location and Amenities - Small Bed!

    "We came into town for the Annual Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting as it was my birthday weekend. The loft is absolutely beautiful and is very well appointed. The location can't be beat, you can walk to everything downtown and it was nice and quiet with a gorgeous view. One whole wall of the apartment is windows and it is light, airy and surprisingly private. The only thing that was not for us was the small bed. I wish I had a tape measure because I would bet it is a double and not a queen. We sleep on a king bed at home and we could not get a good night's sleep on such a small bed. The bed itself is really comfortable, so if you like to snuggle all night, or just one person slept in it, it would be great. I ended up on the couch so it was a little less than what we wanted but it was only due to our preference. The property management company was just great. We will definitely rent from them again, we'll just find a rental with a king bed!"
    Guest: Carmen R. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 16, 2014
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  • Gorgeous view!

    "Located in a peaceful small town, very clean, with comfortable beds, updated bathrooms. The only negative was the noise from the highway echoes off the river. That would be the same anywhere you stay as Interstate 84 runs along the river. Very convenient location to all the sights in the area. The owner was very helpful, she answered all of our questions about the area, she is a wonderful person who has lead a very interesting life. We really enjoyed our stay in Mosier."
    Guest: Gregg M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Best place to stay near Sandy Ridge trails

    "I've been renting cabins near Mount Hood regularly for several years now and I find Mt Hood Alpine Chalet to be one of the best for a party of 6. The chalet is great looking, clean, and had everything we needed and more! Beds were super comfortable. The location is also great in a quiet and kid friendly community. We managed to go mountain biking one day, and skiing the next! Definitely recommended for anyone wanting to stay close to the Sandy Ridge mountain biking trails: the trailhead is only a couple miles away. Loved the washer/dryer and the hot-tub during relaxation time!! Can't wait to come back!"
    Guest: mtblove Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 13, 2015
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  • BEST RENTAL HOME IN HOOD RIVER

    "It was a pleasure to work with Kim. Her home is beautifully maintained and very inviting. The landscaping is immaculate and the views from the front porch and tree house loft are spectacular. The Adirondak chairs and hammock were so comfortable all 3 generations in our party wanted to sleep in them. We enjoyed lazy mornings on the front porch sipping coffee while gazing at a snowcapped Mt. Adams, the Columbia river, and once in awhile a train could be seen chugging along in the background. It is a storybook setting. The main house is spacious, yet cozy. We truly felt like we were 'coming home' at the end of each day. The kitchen and bath were well stocked. The amenities were also a nice touch, from luxury soaps and candles to super soft and comfy linens and towels. The tree house loft exceeded expectations as a retreat space. The groom spent the night before his wedding in the loft and was relaxed as recharged for the big day. The backyard is also a serene space to enjoy the clean, crisp air. The location cannot be beat. Walking distance to downtown with lovely shops, restaurants and breweries in one direction and a short drive to the grocery store in the other. This home made our first visit to Hood River a memorable one. We look forward to returning soon. Thank you, Kim, for giving us a such a beautiful backdrop for a milestone event and turning us on to the beauty of Hood River."
    Guest: naneam Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 3, 2014
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Mt. Hood, The Gorge Travel Tips

Winter Snow at Mt. Hood

Mt. Hood is a premier ski destination in Oregon with five expansive ski resorts and many different snow activities available. There's something for everyone in the family to enjoy including alpine skiing, cross country skiing, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and snow play at the various resorts and parks. If traveling to the area in wintertime, choose from the Mt. Hood vacation rentals that are located near the resorts. This will give you easy access to the ski lifts.

The five ski resorts of Timberline Lodge and Ski Area, Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Area, Mt. Hood Ski Bowl Area, Summit Ski Area and Ski Bunny, and Cooper Spur Ski & Recreation Center all have a wide range of ski slopes, cross country and snowmobiling trails, pipes and snow play parks. There are daily fun activities for the kids, ski schools and festive après ski options.

Mt. Hood Lodging Options

The area of Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge is scenically beautiful in summer, spring, winter or fall. Accommodation options range from small, cozy wood cabins for two to large spacious homes that can accommodate two or three families. Regardless of the size of your rental home, all are comfortable and well-equipped, ensuring that you feel right at home. Because it's such a popular winter destination, many Mt. Hood cottages are equipped with fireplaces where you can snuggle down with some hot chocolate after a tiring day out on the slopes. The mountain vistas make you want to never head back to city life and many visitors return regularly to their favorite spots. If visiting in the summertime, you may want to look at the option of river-front homes. They tend to be spacious and many have canoes or small fishing boats so that you can explore the waterways.

Traveling to Mt. Hood

The closest major city is Portland which is approximately 50 miles by road. The Portland International Airport is served by all major national and regional airlines which makes access to Mt. Hood convenient. On arrival, you can hire a car and drive yourself to Mt. Hood or make use of one of the many shuttle bus services and public transit coaches. Amtrak rail will take you as far as Portland or Oregon City and from there, you can connect on to Mt. Hood using the bus service. Within the Mt. Hood area, there are several good shuttle bus services that you can use to get around to the various resorts. Seasonal passes can be purchased and are relatively affordable.

Summertime Exploring

When the snow melts, the region opens up to whole range of outdoor recreation activities. Commercial whitewater rafting trips are run on the Sandy, Clackamas, and Deschutes Rivers and loads of fun. River trails and kayaking trips can also be arranged. Fishing is a popular pastime and equipment can be hired from local resorts. The Mt. Hood National Forest is a mountain biker's dream. With miles of winding single track trails, you can enjoy days of awesome riding. Hiking is a popular summertime activity and horseback rides can also be arranged.

The Mt. Hood area has a rich historical heritage and the many museums, interest centers and historical sites provide some great insight into the lives of the early pioneers. Take a day out to explore. You will appreciate the conveniences of modern life when you see pictures of the early towns and hear the personal stories as recorded in journals of settlers that came to make Oregon their home.

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