Wolves in Mt. Hood National Forest
Wolves are back in Mt. Hood National Forest.
Barlow 4wd Trail - Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
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Anyone who played Oregon Trail or Oregon Trail 2 (popular educational video games in the late 80s and 90s) in grade school remembers the Barlow Road route to Oregon City and the promise land of the Willamette Valley. When the pioneers came to The Dalles, they either chose the water route down the rapids of the Columbia River long before the dams were built or they turned south along the eastern flank of the Cascades to head over the mountains on the Barlow Road. Avid players of the Oregon Trail games most certainly remember the perils of going down the rapids where many lives were lost over the period of mass migration along the Oregon Trail. The Barlow Road route was not without its perils, especially early in the fall when snow storms could move in with little warning, covering the pass in a thick blanket of cold, wet snow. Many pioneers found it to be the most difficult 100 mile stretch of trail from Nebraska to Oregon.
Construction of the Barlow Road was authorized in December 1845 by the Provisional Legislature of Oregon. Sam Barlow, who had scouted the route with a party of several wagons earlier in 1845, got to work in the spring of 1846 clearing timber and building the first crude track through the dense old growth forests on the southern flanks of Mount Hood. Sam Barlow and his business partners only operated the toll road for two years before the toll concession passed into a succession of other hands.
Today the segment of the Barlow Road between the eastern edge of the forests and Barlow Pass is now known as Barlow Trail (NF-3530) and is open to 4x4ers, overlanders, and those with an adventurous spirit. Barlow Trail begins at the edge of the prairies and oak scrublands of Central Oregon before heading into a dense forest of Ponderosa Pines. The pine trees give way to Douglas Firs, Western Larch, and other alpine species of fir, alders, and even a few aspen trees before reaching Barlow Pass on the crest of the Cascades.
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Resort at The Mountain; BW Premier Collection - Welches (Oregon) - United States
Resort at The Mountain; BW Premier Collection hotel city: Welches (Oregon) - Country: United States
Address: 68010 E Fairway Avenue; zip code: OR 97067-9
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, 2 restaurants, a 27-hole gold course and a tennis court, this resort is 5 minutes’ from the entrance of Mt Hood National Forest. Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort is 20 miles away.
-- Le complexe The Resort at the Mountain possède une piscine extérieure, 2 restaurants, un court de tennis et un parcours de golf de 27 trous.
-- Este complejo se encuentra a 5 minutos de la entrada del bosque nacional del monte Hood y ofrece piscina exterior, 2 restaurantes, campo de golf de 27 hoyos y pista de tenis. La estación de esquí de Mt Hood Meadows está a 32 km.
-- Dieses Resort bietet Ihnen einem Außenpool, 2 Restaurants, einen 27-Loch-Golfplatz und einen Tennisplatz. Der Eingang zum Mount Hood Nationalforst liegt nur 5 Minuten entfernt. Vom Skigebiet Mount Hood trennen Sie 32 km.
-- The Resort at the Mountain bevindt zich in Welches, op 5 minuten van de ingang van Mt Hood National Forest en op 32 km van het skigebied. Het biedt een buitenzwembad, 2 restaurants, een 17-holes golfbaan en een tennisbaan.
-- A 5 minuti dall'ingresso della Mt. Hood National Forest e a 32 km dalla località sciistica di Mt. Hood Meadows, The Resort at the Mountain offre una piscina all'aperto, 2 ristoranti, un campo da golf da 17 buche e un campo da tennis.
-- マウントフッド国有森林の入り口から5分に位置するリゾートで、屋外スイミングプール、2軒のレストラン、17ホールのゴルフコース、テニスコートを併設しています。マウントフッド・メドウズ・スキーリゾートまで32kmです。 The Resort at the Mountainの各客室には無料Wi-Fi、薄型テレビ、専用バスルームが備わり、全ての客室でルームサービスを利用できます。 ...
-- 这家度假酒店距离胡德山国家森林（Mt Hood National Forest）的入口有5分钟车程，距离Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort滑雪度假胜地20英里（32公里），设有室外游泳池、2间餐厅、27洞高尔夫球场以及网球场。 The Resort at the Mountain度假酒店的每间客房均提供免费Wi-Fi、平板电视以及连接浴室。所有客人均可以享受客房服务。 Altitude餐厅位于度假酒店的主楼，营造了典雅的用餐氛围，供应地域风味美食。Mallards Café...
-- Курортный отель находится в 5 минутах от входа на территорию национального лесного парка Маунт-Худ и в 32 км от горнолыжного курорта Маунт-Худ Мидоус. К услугам гостей открытый бассейн, 2 ресторана, 27-луночное поле для гольфа и теннисный корт.
-- يقع هذا المنتجع على بعد 5 دقائق من مدخل غابة ماونت هود الوطنيّة ويتميّز بمسبح في الهواء الطلق ومطعمين وملعب للغولف من 17 حفرة وملعب للتنس. وهو يبعد عن منتجع ماونت هود ميدوز للتزلج حوالي 32 كم.
-- Αυτό το θέρετρο απέχει 5 λεπτά από την είσοδο του Εθνικού Δρυμού Mt Hood και 32χλμ. από το χιονοδρομικό θέρετρο Mt Hood Meadows, προσφέροντας εξωτερική πισίνα, 2 εστιατόρια, γήπεδο γκολφ 17 οπών και γήπεδο τένις, Κάθε δωμάτιο του The Resort at the...
Day Trip! - Mount Hood
In the Oregon summer, the mountains of the Cascades await. Forests, alpine meadows, lakes, and waterfalls abound.
Explore Oregon Recreation: Wildwood Recreation Site
Wildwood Recreation Site is located along the Mount Hood Scenic Byway near the town of Welches, Oregon. Mount Hood, Oregons tallest mountain, beckons travelers through a forested corridor to wade the waters of the Wild and Scenic Salmon River. This day-use area is home to a wide range of recreation facilities and the Cascade Streamwatch Trail. Visitors have a chance to explore natural stream and wetland ecosystems along accessible interpretive trails and boardwalks and observe native fish in a unique, underwater fish viewing chamber.
Nestled in a bend of the spectacular Wild and Scenic Salmon River, Wildwood Recreation Site encompasses 550 acres of beautiful land forested with old-growth Douglas fir, western hemlock, and western red cedar. Dense vegetation provides nice privacy between sites.
Hiking and wandering the boardwalks at Wildwood is the best way to experience the park. The Cascade Streamwatch Trail is an accessible, 3/4-mile paved loop that features quality educational displays, picturesque views of the Salmon River and a fish viewing window below stream level.The Wetlands Trail is an accessible, 3/4-mile loop trail leading to the challenging Boulder Ridge Trail, which is a 4.7-mile hike up the steep slopes of Huckleberry Mountain into the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness. Visitors also enjoy swimming and fishing in the cool, clear waters of the Salmon River.
Wildwood is an excellent place for large groups, company picnics or special events. The site offers family picnic units, several group shelters, outdoor picnic kitchens, athletic fields, volleyball and basketball courts and fully accessible trails. Picnic tables, fire rings and grills are available at each site. Flush toilets and drinking water are also provided.
Mount Hood National Forest offers many recreational activities, including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, camping, backpacking, and skiing, among others.
Mount Hood, Oregon's tallest mountain, beckons travelers through a forested corridor to wade the waters of the Wild and Scenic Salmon River. Located along the Mount Hood Scenic Byway near the town of Welches, Wildwood Recreation Site is a day use area home to a wide range of recreation facilities and the Cascade Streamwatch Trail. Visitors have a chance to explore natural stream and wetland ecosystems along accessible interpretive trails and boardwalks and observe native fish in a unique underwater fish viewing chamber.
The site offers family picnic units, several group shelters, outdoor picnic kitchens, playing fields, volleyball and basketball courts and fully accessible trails. The site also provides access to the Salmon River and an extensive system of trails in the Salmon Huckleberry Wilderness (managed by the Mount Hood National Forest).
Wildwood is excellent for large groups, company picnics or special events. The extensive Cascade Streamwatch and wetland boardwalk complex are also ideal for environmental education and school groups. Contact Wildwood Recreation Site at 503-622-3696 to schedule.
1717 Fabry Road, SE
Salem, OR 97306
Mt Hood, Oregon: 7 Ways To Explore It (2019)
I recently discovered a new favorite long weekend getaway, just a 30-minute drive from Portland. Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory has something to fit all traveling styles, including a couple’s romantic getaway or a vacation with the kids (like in my case). Outdoor adventures are plentiful here, whether it is counting tulips at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn, or playing tetherball while kids hit the playground on Fir Point Farms, in Aurora.
Join me as we explore Oregon City’s surroundings, from its many wineries to a creamery, and more:
Oregon, Portland, & Mt Hood!
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going to our first trails package thousand trails, free camping at trillium air strip, visiting Mt hood!
Mt. Hood Village Oregon RV Resort and Campground
Mt. Hood Village RV Resort offers a variety of guest accommodations, including vacation cottages, rustic cabins and yurt rentals. Also available at Mt. Hood Village are more than 300 wooded RV resort sites. This park in Oregon is a perfect location for large family gatherings, retreats of all kinds, or a quiet romantic weekend getaway in the mountains.
Fun and adventure for all ages can be found within minutes of Mt. Hood Village RV Resort. A 27-hole golf course, more than 700 groomed hiking trails, rock climbing, bird watching, mountain biking, miniature golf, fishing, lakes and streams to explore, and the Alpine Slide are just a few of the activities that abound in Mt. Hood National Forest in the summertime. Historic Timberline Lodge is the only location in the United States that offers year-round skiing and snowboarding. The Huckleberry Festival and Salmon-Mushroom Festival are just two of the regular activities presented at the Village RV Resort in Oregon.
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Mt Hood National Forest - Blacktail Deer
A Black-tailed deer in the Mt. Hood National Forest
REVIEW; Mount Hood RV Resort
Today we review our stay at Mount Hood RV Resort in Welches Oregon. SPRING BREAK!!!!
Mt Hood Cabin Getaway
Mt Hood winter getaway for Ashley's birthday
Mount Hood and area around Government Camp
Driving around Mount Hood, Oregon, United States
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Salmon Huckleberry Wilderness, Welches, Oregon. Perfect river spot to set up camp for the night!
The Salmon–Huckleberry Wilderness is a wilderness area located on the southern side of Mount Hood in the northwestern Cascades of Oregon, in the United States. It lies within the Mount Hood National Forest and comprises 62,061 acres of land. The United States Congress designated the area Wilderness in 1984.
Arial View of mount hood.. Oregon
USA Day 8 - Zoe's Log Cabin in Mt. Hood, Oregon.
A tour around an original Steiner log cabin in the Mt Hood region of Oregon.
Mount Hood and Government Camp Oregon
Aerials of Mt. Hood and Government Camp. A beautiful Spring day.
Explore the Wildwood Recreation Site in Clackamas County
In this segment of Explore Clackamas County we take a trip to Wildwood Recreation Site located along the Mount Hood Scenic Byway near the town of Welches, Oregon. See the whole Explore Clackamas County series at
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Mount Hood Rental Places - Vacation Rentals - Getting Away Together
From the top of Oregon's tallest peak, to the rolling green hills to stately white stables of horse country to gritty McLoughlin Boulevard, with its 1960s-style diners and rehabilitated Trolley Trail, the best of Oregon beckons you. Communities take pride in their Farmers Markets bursting with local bounty, and outdoor enthusiasts can't get enough of playtime in nearby Mt. Hood National Forest. Whether you're here to hike the Pacific Crest Trail, summer ski on Palmer Glacier, fish in the many streams, mountain bike through the forest, kayak the quiet water of an alpine lake or raft the waves of the pristine Clackamas River, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory is the place to take a big bite of life.
Mount Hood Vacation Rentals
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