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Podunk Cabin on Mt Hood with Hot Tub

Perfect Mt Hood vacation rental in Rhododendron area. Far enough off hwy 26 for privacy; a short 15-20 minute drive to ski resorts, cross country, and sledding. Spring and summer brings hiking, biking, and fishing with the river steps away. A night out? Eateries can be found along hwy 26 and Government Camp. Inside the cabin is a river rock fireplace, stone and tile shower, washer and dryer, and a nice kitchen. Living room has a big screen TV and WiFi. Deck includes an in-deck hot tub.

$177 per night
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Hood View - Perfect Modern Cabin Getaway, Updated, Gorgeous Hood Views!

30+ Day Rental If you are looking for that perfect cabin getaway look no further! Hood View is the place for you. Enter into this home and take away all the stresses of fast paced living and cozy into the comforts of Mt. Hood. Recently updated kitchen and living area boasts new appliances, slow close drawers and new flooring. Plenty of room for all with four bedrooms and two new recently updated bathrooms. One level living makes this Mount Hood view home a perfect choice for all. Perfectly poised for Spring and Fall trips on the Fruit Loop and heading up to Mount Hood for those days on the slopes in the Winter and sometimes Spring seasons. Please note - this home is without A/C 30+ Day Minimum We allow pets at pet friendly homes only with prior approval and a pet fee. Pets are not permitted on the bedding or furniture and must never be left at the home alone unless they are crated/kenneled. The Columbia River Gorge, with its mountains and rivers, offers the vacationer and recreation enthusiast the opportunity to windsurf, mountain bike, kayak, golf, ski, hike, fish, or just relax in the unhurried pace of a natural paradise. Historic buildings line the beautifully scenic streets of downtown Hood River, with a bustling shopping district featuring boutiques, designer shops, outdoor adventure gear outfitters, antique shops, art galleries and no less than 30 restaurants. There are many orchards and vineyards in Hood River. The Hood River Valley is known for its luscious apples, pears, cherries, peaches and other fruits, and for the view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt. Hood. People from all over Oregon make an annual trek in the fall to the many farm stands to stock up on fresh apples and pears. Other produce is available, and varies by season. The award-winning Hood River Vineyards is located on a hillside overlooking the Hood River Valley. Their tasting room features traditional wines, and fruit liqueurs. The Columbia River Gorge, with its magnificent views make this a dream spot for a destination wedding. Wind surfing capital of the world is Hood River's latest distinction. The winds from the Columbia River Gorge, best during the middle of the day, create ideal conditions for riding the waves. To enjoy the view of "boardheads" at play, drive to the Columbia Gorge Sailpark or follow Second Street to the waterfront. The Mt. Hood region and its more than sixty miles of forested mountains, 77 waterfalls and myriad lakes and streams are a rip-roaring mecca for outdoor adventure. The mountain is home to four ski areas and offers the country's only year-round skiing and snowboarding. Please note, if you choose to book with this home, you will be receiving a separate rental agreement that will need to be electronically signed before your stay.

$156 per night
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  2. Hood River
Lavender Farm Private Retreat

Cozy 380 square foot cabin retreat on private two acre lavender farm with a view of Mount Adams. We have 500 lavender plants- with 15 varieties. Our blooming season starts at the end of June through August. Come enjoy our slice of magic in the valley!

$119 per night

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Mt Hood Parkdale Getaway
$256 per night
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Mt Hood View in the Upper Valley
$414 per night
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Meadowlark Room at the Old Parkdale Inn B&B
$125 per night
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Cozy B&B Room #3
$175 per night
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Mountain House - luxury vacation rental in a rural setting with stunning views!
$502 per night
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Neal Creek Retreat-urban design and environmental building in rural surroundings
$269 per night
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  2. Hood River
The Big Apple organic farm
$150 per night
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Spacious Two-Story Home w/Private Hot Tub, Free WiFi, & Game Room - Dogs OK
$465 per night
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Robin's Nest-Stunning Mountain Cabin, Great Mountain Views, A/C
$502 per night
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Spacious Lodge for Eight with a Private Deck, Game Room, & Pool Table
$437 per night
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Spacious Mountain Cabin with Double Mountain Views
$375 per night
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Fir Mountain Escape - Stunning views, Hot Tub, Newly Furnished, Modern
$417 per night

Mount Hood house rentals

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Gill's Hill
$79 per night
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Brand New Mosier Bluff House -River View & Hot Tub
$386 per night
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Rustic Gorge Getaway
$133 per night
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Downtown Hood River with River Views
$143 per night
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Gigi's Gorge Get-Away
$151 per night
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Little Vine House (with hot tub)
$160 per night
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Cozy Lighthouse West - Quiet and close to nature.
$145 per night
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SAFARI rm: Bkfst supplies, shared bathrm & Jacuzzi
$66 per night
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Cozy Lighthouse East, Quiet and close to nature
$145 per night
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Bingen House 2 -Stunning Gorge Views -Well Stocked
$425 per night
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Hutson's Bridgeview- River Views and Hot Tub -- DOWNTOWN!
$257 per night
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The Twin Room
$40 per night

Mount Hood condo rentals

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All About the View - Walk to River-Trails-Town
$138 per night
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Mosier solar/Columbia view
$141 per night
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Condo with Columbia Gorge Views
$145 per night
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Condo near Hood River with spectacular Gorge view
$150 per night
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Down by the River
$169 per night
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Stunning updated loft in the heart of downtown Hood River
$197 per night
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The Mosier Place The sunset room
$165 per night
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ALLEY'S 22 - Just Steps From Downtown, Landscape Views, A/C
$120 per night
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Cozy 1 Bed condo with Mt Adams View Permit #597
$195 per night
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Two-Level Condo w/ Majestic Columbia River View, Patio, Balcony & Free WiFi!
$282 per night
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27 Lodge - A Little Slice of Heaven! Updated, Steps to Downtown, Lodge Condo
$134 per night
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Lodge #13 - Beautiful Condo, River Views, Steps to Downtown, Heart of Hood River
$118 per night

Your guide to Mount Hood

Welcome to Mount Hood

The tiny community of Mount Hood takes its name from Oregon’s tallest, snowiest volcano, which towers in the distance. There’s not much to do in town, where you find only a cluster of homes, a few local businesses, and a historic town hall. Think of this more as a relaxing basecamp for exploring the nearby ski areas, trekking in the wilderness, and tasting your way through the valley’s orchards and vineyards. The town of Mount Hood is an easy jumping off point for exploring the massive Mt. Hood National Forest, which covers more than 1 million alpine acres. Nearby trails lead you to waterfalls, scenic overlooks, and mirror-like lakes reflecting the mountain’s majestic cone. Once you’ve spent some time in the region, you’ll understand why these views have graced so many postcards.


How do I get around Mount Hood?

Depending on your route, it takes from 90 minutes to two hours to drive to the town of Mount Hood and neighboring Parkdale from Portland and the Portland International Airport (PDX). You’ll want a car to visit the mountains, national forest, and valley orchards. From town, it’s only a 20-minute drive to the Cooper Spur Ski and Tubing Area, the closest designated winter recreation area. If you’re heading up to Mt. Hood Meadows during ski season, you can catch the Gorge-to-Mountain Express Service from Portland, which stops in Parkdale.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mount Hood?

A few different calendars define the pace of life in these parts. Up in the mountain, ski season peaks in winter and early spring — though at the highest elevations, you can even ski into the summer. The Hood River Valley beats to the rhythm of harvest seasons, which span late spring for berries, mid- to late summer for apricots and peaches, and fall for pears. Set in the valley, the town of Mount Hood has a temperate climate, so you can enjoy the outdoors any time of year, depending on your tolerance for rainfall in the colder months of late fall and winter.


What are the top things to do in Mount Hood?

Hood River Fruit Loop

To get a taste for Hood River Valley’s renowned wines and produce, take a spin along the Hood River Fruit Loop, a scenic route that spotlights over two dozen family-owned fruit stands, orchards, wineries, and cideries. The views along the drive are gobsmacking, with the peak of Mount Hood shimmering on the horizon and fields of fruit trees, grapes, and lavender in the foreground.

Snow sports

Zig-zagging down the slopes of Mount Hood ranks among the top snowsports experiences in the American West. Its five distinct ski areas cater to a range of skills and pastimes, from newbie skiers to experienced snowboarders. Mt. Hood Meadows has plenty of steep, adrenaline-pumping slopes. Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, which has 69 day runs, keeps the action going late with dozens of lit runs and a cosmic tubing park with LED lights and music. For families and beginners, the nearby Cooper Spur and Summit ski areas offer gentler terrain.

Tamanawas Falls Trail

Alpine hikes abound on the mountain’s slopes and throughout the sprawling Mt. Hood National Forest, with trails leading to astounding viewpoints, reflective lakes, and scenic waterfalls. On the eastern base of Mount Hood, Tamanawas Falls Trail is an easy trek that takes you along bubbling Cold Spring Creek to a 100-foot-tall curtain of water tumbling into a mossy canyon.