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Mt. Hood Skibowl

48 locals recommend

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December 7, 2019
Closest ski area to The Chalet. Family fun adventure Park in the summer. Cosmic tubing and night skiing in the winter.
January 28, 2020
Night skiing, snow-tubing in the winter; an adventure park (great for kids) in the summer.
SJ (They/Them)
SJ (They/Them)
February 5, 2020
Ski, snowboard, tubing, and cosmic tubing. Lessons are available.
January 15, 2020
great place to hit up skiing, snowboarding, or the super fun COSMIC TUBING!! (please get tickets in advance as they can sell out)
Ildi & Jake
Ildi & Jake
December 5, 2019
Cosmic Tubing, skiing, winter adventures! Summer offers Alpine Slides and zipline, mini-golf, and bunch of other fun family activities for all ages. Beautiful views of Mt Hood!
March 3, 2015
Skiing and Adventure Park

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“The Mt. Hood Brewing Co. opened in January 1991 in the alpine village of Government Camp, Oregon, serving locally-produced beers and hearty pub fare in a family-friendly atmosphere. In October 1992, the newly constructed ten barrel brewery rolled out its first barrel under the watchful eye of Brewmaster Jon B. Graber. The Mt. Hood Brewing Co. is named for a brewery that originally operated in Portland, Oregon from 1905 to 1913 during the pre-prohibition heyday of American brewers.”
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“Diner-style breakfast (with amazing biscuits and really good pancakes) within walking distance. ”
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“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).”
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87000 U.S. 26
Government Camp, Oregon 97028
Phone+1 503-272-3206
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 10:00 PM