Mount Hood
Wilderness

The Mount Hood Wilderness is a protected wilderness area inside the Mount Hood National Forest which is located in the U.S. state of Oregon. The area, covering 67,320 acres (27,240 ha), includes the peak of Mount Hood and its upper slopes, and ranges from temperate rain forests at the lower elevations, to glaciers and rocky ridges at higher elevations. The wilderness wraps around the mountain from west to northeast, and borders Timberline Lodge and Mount Hood Meadows ski lifts on some of the south and east slopes of the mountain.
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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Historic Wagon Route Westward
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Great View of Mt. Hood and Valley below
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Uniquely-Constructed Forest Service Cabin from 1935
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This is an intermediate run unless you summit. From the summit, the first 1000 f…
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Trio of Falls on Hood’s Western Flank
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View of Mt. Hood from Bald Mountain
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