4-star resort near Mt. Hood, Oregon with a restaurant, spa, golf courses, and year-round heated outdoor pool
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Hotel at a Glance: Mt. Hood Oregon Resort
As winter turns into spring, the idyllic setting of Mount Hood National Forest becomes ripe for hiking and mountain biking. There are plenty of trails and five recreation areas within 25 miles of this 4-star resort. Other ways to immerse yourself in the scenery include fishing and rock climbing.
- Drift off to sleep on a comfy Simmons Premium mattress in a guest room equipped with free WiFi and a flat-screen TV. Step out onto your private deck or patio to take in the fresh mountain air. Fireside studios up the relaxation ante even further with a fireplace.
- Relax in the spa: with treatments such as massages, facials, and body scrubs.
- Altitude restaurant: Chefs whip up locally caught seafood and desserts made with fruit from local groves.
- Ease your muscles in the heated outdoor pool, a popular staple no matter the time of year.
Mount Hood, Oregon: Forest Hikes, Trout Streams, and Ski Trails on Volcanic Peak
Mount Hood is the tallest mountain in Oregon, reaching an elevation of more than 11,000 feet. Though it’s technically an active volcano, it hasn’t shown any real geothermal activity for more than 100 years. It’s the towering centerpiece of Mt. Hood National Forest, which stretches across more than 1 million acres of lakes and forested mountains. During warmer seasons, visitors pick berries, fish on Mirror Lake, and hike along some of Oregon’s best trails. The 1-mile trek to Buried Forest Overlook culminates in a dramatic view of White River Canyon, a woodsy spot that was buried in ash and mud during one of Mount Hood’s long-ago eruptions.
Though winter is the mountain’s most popular ski season, the slopes at Timberline Lodge and Ski Area often stay snowy through Labor Day. Across the mountain at Mt. Hood Skibowl, you’ll find several miles of cross-country and downhill trails as well as one of the country’s largest nighttime ski areas.