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What You'll Get
Choose from 36 Options
- $64.95 for a Return to Whiskey Creek train ride for two with upper SkyDome seating ($129.90 value)
- $49.95 for a Return to Whiskey Creek train ride for two with first class tabled seating ($99.90 value)
- $39.95 for a Return to Whiskey Creek train ride for two with standard coach seating ($79.90 value)
Choose your tour date upon purchase. Tours board at 10:30 a.m. each Saturday and Sunday from February 21 through March 29, departing at 11 a.m. and returning at 3:30 p.m. Click to learn more about the seating options.
During this excursion, passengers will be joined by a crew of bootleggers using the train to bring whiskey from the mountains to the Columbia River. The train often rolls past idyllic vineyard landscapes and blossoming orchards, and a 90-minute stop at Parkdale lets passengers stretch their legs in the fresh mountain air before the return trip. Concessions are available on the train for an added cost, and a BBQ lunch is available for $10 per person (not included with this Groupon). Parking available for $5 per vehicle (not included in Groupon).
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for date and seating area purchased. Train schedules subject to change. Departure times are 11AM; 10:30AM is suggested time of arrival. BBQ lunch available for an extra $10 per person during layover. Parking available on-site for $5 (not included). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mount Hood Railroad
Taking a 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, Mount Hood and Mount Adams provide picturesque backdrops as guests travel through woods and orchards and guests 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.
A stop in Parkdale offers guests a chance to enjoy the park to stretch their legs, purchase a hot meal from Apple Valley Barbeque on picnic tables (meal tickets for sale at depot prior to boarding) or visit the Hutson Museum--free admission ticket included.