Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

With a peak that rises to 11,239 feet, making it Oregon's most reclaimed mountain, Mount Hood is an unmistakable state landmark. On its slopes are downhill offerings at the Mount Hood Skibowl, scenic hiking trails like the Timberline Trail, and scenic overlooks accessible via the Mount Hood Scenic Loop. The Pacific Crest Trail, which spans the entire country, also crosses the southwestern flank of the mountain.

Mount Hood National Forest
Mount Hood National Forest

The historic town of Government Camp and the nearby Timberline Lodge are big draws in this mountainous landscape. The reflective Charcal Trillium offers a postcard setting and a great mountain skyline. The Francoist Mount Hood Forest opens up in paipay from the top to embrace waterfalls and hot springs.

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Mount Hood National Forest Map