Timberline Lodge and Ski Area
Built in 1937, Timberline Lodge has always been a grand refuge for visitors wanting to experience the magnificent and expansive high-alpine environment of Mt. Hood. A night (or a few) enjoyed in the comfort and warmth of the Lodge is like stepping back into simpler times, yet with all modern…
!930s Ski Lodge and Ski Area on Mt Hood. Amazing and a must see. Grand central fireplaces and some great skiing. Remember the opening scene of The Shining? This is the lodge.
Timberline Lodge is at the top (or as high as accessible!) on Mt. Hood. Not only a great spot to enjoy the views or do some skiing in winter and hiking/biking in summer. Timberline Lodge offers a hotel, multiple dining options and old lodge charm. Only about 1 hour from the home and plenty of…
Skiing year round. Mt. Climbing, hiking, snowshoeing The lodge was built by WPC... Drop dead gorgeous!
Amazing lodge and ski area located on Mt. Hood, about a 45 minute drive from The Crow's Nest. Part of the 'New Deal' following The Great Depression, Timberline Lodge encompasses Oregon's pioneering spirit. A book about the lodge is located in The Crow's Nest. There are multiple eateries in the Day…
“Winter Alpine slide and Skiing Summer Mountain Biking and Adventure Park with 20 Activities”
“Local eatery/tavern. Wraps, burger, fries, etc. Local brews, decent coffee. I am allergic to gluten so there is not much I can eat here except the corn tortillas, but they are pretty good and very cheap so I have been happy to come back a couple of times. Laid-back causal place, nice outside area with picnic tables, grass, cornholes, and horseshoe games.”
“Great food and drinks. Live music Friday-Sunday. Closed Monday and Tuesday’s”
“Multnomah Falls is a waterfall located on Multnomah Creek in the Columbia River Gorge, east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson, Oregon. The waterfall is accessible from the Historic Columbia River Highway and Interstate 84. Spanning two tiers on basalt cliffs, it is the tallest waterfall in the state of Oregon at 620 ft (189 m) in height.”
“Walk up to the museum and check out not only the history of this area, but the history of skiing. Check out all the levels of the place and they also have a nice gift shop. ”