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Recent Mount Hood reviews

  • Magical.

    "The house itself is great, but the grounds, the trails, and the things hidden therein are the highlight of this beautiful location. If you stay here, and you really should, build in a full day just to explore. It is a magical place, and that's the only accurate way I can think of to describe it."
    Guest: Noah C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 18, 2014
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  • Perfect for High School Girls Reunion

    "My three friends and I graduated from a small high school and each year choose a place to get together. We have done this for 25+ years and this was the most comfortable and beautiful place where we have gathered. It is so quiet, near hiking to Salmon River, to town of Welches, golf at Resort at the Mountain or just plain relaxing. A book club I belong to has met there for two years. It's a wonderful place for getting together and having lots of time to visit, read or just hang out."
    Guest: Fran M. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014
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  • Cabin in the woods

    "Gorgeous "cabin"...Camp Festivus is actually a wonderful house. I arrived at night in the pouring rain to find a warm, welcoming and beautifully decorated home. Well stocked kitchen, lovely linens, plenty of space and surroundings that can't be described. The sun came out the next day and I discovered a back yard that is secluded, surrounded by lush forest and a hot tub where many hours were spent. With the information I received I had no need to contact the owners. I went there on my own for an R&R getaway and the house was too big for just me but I can't wait to return with friends for a ski vacation."
    Guest: Getaway queen Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 2014
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  • Lovely quiet relaxation

    "We've just returned from a stay at the cabin; it was a much-needed quiet space for rest (and work, of course!). Although you might worry as you drive into a neighborhood that the cabin isn't secluded, don't. The setting is such that it feels quite private, what with trees and fences on the property edges to create a lovely little space. There's a well-trod path along the river that you can follow (and which others do too, so expect to see a person or two occasionally walking past at the river's edge). The sound of the river is beautiful, and makes you feel nestled in the woods. The cabin itself is cozy, clean, and simple. We only used one of the bedrooms, but slept excellently so I assume both beds are comfy! The kitchen has the basics (a collection of pots and pans, plenty of nice dinnerware); the only things I missed having were a rubber spatula and my own (sharper) knives. But for a cabin weekend, you'll be fine. It's all easy to find and intuitively organized, something I appreciate when visiting an unfamiliar kitchen. After we'd made the reservation, I ended up spraining my ankle very badly (still in a walking boot or on crutches) so I wasn't able to take advantage of hikes in the area. However, my temporary disability really made me appreciate the fully accessible shower, complete with a fold-down bench. You've got the hot tub outside to soak in if you miss having a bath (and the hot tub's way better!). Overall, this is a great choice if you want to get into the woods but don't have the time to go far from Portland. It's also a great base for going farther east towards Mt. Hood and doing hiking and/or skiing, depending on the season. Perfect for a couple, or a couple of couples, you'll enjoy some low-key relaxation to the sound of the Sandy."
    Guest: Hannah L. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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Mount Hood Travel Tips

'"Enjoy Outdoor Recreation Near Mount Hood Vacation Rentals'"

Less than 30 minutes from Mount Hood lodging is Mt. Hood Skibowl, a winter amusement park full of activities. Go snow tubing, rent a snowmobile, or go on a snowmobile tour of the Cascade Mountains. Take a sleigh ride through the trees or do some cross-country skiing. Whatever activity you choose, staying in a Mount Hood cottage provides fun for the whole family.

""Mount Hood Lodging Keeps Kids Entertained'"

Mt. Hood Skibowl also offers activities just for kids, such as a snow tubing,an adventure park, and 2,400 square feet of play equipment complete with slides, ball pits, and nets. Older children can enjoy a day of snow biking down hills.

'"Mount Hood Lodging is a Ski-Lover's Paradise'"

In addition to skiing activities at Mt. Hood Skibowl, other ski resorts in the area include Mt. Hood Meadows, Timberline Lodge and Summit. Each of these resorts offer ski lessons for the whole family. There are also slopes of varying skill levels for anyone to tackle.

"Vacation Rentals at Mount Hood are Ideal for Groups'"

Whether you plan to bring the wife and kids, a church group, your extended family, or just have a romantic retreat, Mt. Hood has activities and cottage accommodations that appeal to everyone. Cottages with multiple rooms make housing groups comfortable and easy. The seclusion of smaller rentals is great for couples. The varying amenities available can easily accommodate to every need and desire.

"Mt. Hood & The Gorge Cottages Near a Volcano'"

Mount Hood, a volcano whose last eruption was in 1805, is the fourth highest peak in the Cascade Mountains. A hiking trail encircles the mountain, along with beautiful forests and wildlife, making it a backpacker's dream. Many local ski resorts have Mt. Hood access during the spring and winter months.

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