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110 Railroad St., Hood River

$26 for Train Ride Admission for One from Mount Hood Railroad ($40 Value)

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Passengers can relax in a vintage train while taking in the beautiful scenery, including Columbia River Gorge orchards and vineyards

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RodneyHELPFUL REVIEWER
5 ratings3 reviews
2 days ago
Very enjoyable train ride for our family! My 2 year old son loved every second of it.
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TerriTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
7 ratings6 reviews
April 20, 2019
Fun. Pretty. Met great people!!
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KimberlyHELPFUL REVIEWER
1 ratings1 reviews
April 17, 2019
Everything was fine but might I suggest syncing the audio to what is actually happening. The audio guide was like an hour behind. The audio got so loud sometimes, you couldn't even hear when someone talked. But the actors did a great job with the audience.
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KarenTOP REVIEWER
7 ratings5 reviews1 photos
April 15, 2019
Amazing. Very funny OVER DRAMATIC Sheriff scene was hilarious. I could imagine an old black and white film. The Diamond class was awesome, but I think we would have been fine in ANY of the classes. They were so different. Great trip all around.
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Kelsey
1 ratings1 reviews
April 15, 2019
We enjoyed our ride in diamond class but the whole process seemed disorganized. To check in and receive our boarding passes there was an extremely long, slow moving line and only one person working. The train ride started late and ended late due to this. The narration and tour guide recording was choppy and not timed correctly for the entire ride; clearly someone forgot to push the "button." We were told on the same recording there would be a server taking orders for snacks, coffee, etc. but no one came through our cabin except to hand out surveys at the end of the ride, so no snacks or drinks were available.
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Sandra
2 ratings1 reviews
April 14, 2019
This excursion just wasn't what I was expecting. Parts of the train route were scenic, but the majority of the route was traveling thru forest and the scenery was monotnous. The staff were very accommodating and friendly. The actors involved in the robbery were very cute. At our final destination in Parkdale, we spent a very short time and then we boarded the train for our return trip. The Groupon made the cost of the trip reasonable for the value.
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SueTOP REVIEWER
12 ratings8 reviews
April 14, 2019
Train ride was fine. Getting tickets was frustrating. The line was extremely long and the place overcrowded. Make sure you have a coat because train was cold.
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Robert
1 ratings1 reviews
April 14, 2019
Nice train ride on a clean train.
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  • Departure time: by online appointment
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  • Departure location: 110 Railroad St. Hood River, OR
  • Free admission for children under 2
  • On-site parking is available for $5 fee
  • Narrated tour
  • All first-class, assigned seating
  • No layover

Need To Know

Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2021. Amount paid never expires. Online reservation required. Valid for 2021 season: April–October. Children under 2 are free. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Mount Hood Railroad

Taking a 1.5-hour scenic tour aboard Mount Hood Railroad is like stepping back in time. Their vintage restored railcars provide the nostalgia of a bygone era. While onboard, guests travel through woods and orchards admiring peekaboo views of Mt Hood and Mt Adams. Crossing the Hood River Bridge and running three miles along the river, travelers can almost smell the freshly-picked fruit and milled wood that grows just beyond the train's windows as it rolls through the Hood River Valley—products that have been carried along the 22-mile track since the Oregon Lumber Company built the short-line railroad in 1906.