Mt. Hood Skibowl
A favorite for skiing, this location has been operating since 1928 and had the lift terminal completely rebuilt in 2005, resulting in faster trips. Skibowl provides snow riders with some of the best terrain in the Mt. Hood National Forest, featuring 34 fully lit runs, 65 runs total and a vertical…
Smallest/affordable ski resort with best alpine and steepest drops on the mountain. Cosmic tubing for the kiddos in the winter and an adventure park with bungee jumping, race cars, zip lines, and Alpine Slides in the Summer.
“Great for call in/ take out or for dine in. Great atmosphere, full bar, & excellent service. Food is top notch at a great price. AND -- an amazing backyard patio with corn hole games and live music! Excellent yard for the kids to play while enjoying a frosty beverage. ”
“We’ve been here several times and never been disappointed! Best Mac and Cheese! Pre/post Covid they have excellent live music each weekend!”
“Great place for brunch and the closest place to Hummingbird Lodge with wifi. Get a table in the back overlooking the creek!”
“Great choice for a nicer lunch/dinner. Solid Oregon beer brewed on site + a stellar home made root beer. Rotating seasonal menu. Good quality and healthier than a lot of the pubs in town. Friendly and casual. ”
“Excellent trail system about 8 miles from cabin down Barlow Trail Road. To access the main trailhead, you have to pedal about 3 miles up a paved logging road climbing approximately 2,000'. If you are a beginner or novice, there is a loop around the parking lot and an entry point to Lower Hide and Seek about 1.5 miles up the logging road. Laura's Loop about .5 mile up is nice for beginners, and at .75 TNT/Little Monkey has slopestyle jumps for those wanting to air it out. For more advanced riders there are few options at the top, including my favorite: Communication Breakdown (flow)-Quid Pro Flow (flow)-338(XC)-Two Turntables (fast and tight), Lower Hide and Seek (flow).”