Gorge/Mt. Hood Attractions

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Bonneville Fish HatcheryThe Bonneville Fish Hatchery is the “it” location, especially if you are a salmon
Fruit Loop in the Hood River ValleyFruit Loop in the Hood River Valley
Take a 35-mile scenic meander through the fruit orchards, small towns, and back roads of the Hood River Valley. Experience Oregon's largest fruit growing region.
International Museum of Carousel Art

International Museum of Carousel Art
Experience the largest and most comprehensive collection of carousel horses in the world. This collection of antique and one-of-a-kind carousel animals is something you absolutely should not miss

Crown Point Vista HouseCrown Point Vista House
It’s been called everything from the “Crown Jewel” of Oregon Parks, to the most expensive comfort station in Oregon history, but the views can only be called stunning.
Columbia Gorge Discover CenterColumbia Gorge Discover Center
With more than 18,000 square feet dedicated to exhibits interpreting the cultural and natural history of the area there is plenty to learn, see and read when visiting.
Timberline LodgeTimberline Lodge
Timberline Lodge stands at 6,000 feet on the slope of Mt. Hood. Built in the 1930s, the historic landmark remains a favorite spot for Oregonians year-round and a summer ski destination for the world.