Mount Hood towers majestically over the tranquil Oregon countryside in the Cascade Range, with gorgeous alpine forests and lakes framing the scenery, and glaciers and snowfields dotting the mountain itself.
Mountain climbing on and around Mount Hood is extremely popular, and is considered a must-do climb when in the Pacific Northwest.
Take a pick from our selection of mountain climbing trips at Mount Hood, and prepare to be wowed!
Some of the mountain climbing on Mount Hood can be extremely difficult and uncomfortable, so being in excellent shape and having prior mountain climbing experience is highly recommended.
Portland is a modern, cool and thriving city, and is located only 80km from Mount Hood, therefore making it an excellent base and place to arrive and leave from.
Cold all-year-round, with June-September the only months where daytime temperatures average more than 0 degrees celsius.
Fly to Portland, and then a 2-hour drive from Portland to Mt. Hood.
June-September, when the weather is warmest.
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