Mt Hood Events

Mt Hood Vacation Rentals Area Events


May 2018

May

25

Ninkasi Brewer's Dinner at Cooper Spur

Cooper Spur is partnering with Ninkasi Brewing to offer a Brewer's Dinner. This specailly prepared five course meal is paired with signature brews from Ninkasi to make a dinner unlike any other! 









June 2018

Jun

2

Wild Mushroom Brewmaster Dinner at Mt Hood Meadows

Visit Mt. Hood Meadows for a dinner celebration of this season's bountiful mushroom harvest with Pfriem, one of Hood River's finest breweries. Enjoy a 5-course meal paired with five different ales. 









Jun

17

Father's Day Brunch at Timberline

Sleep in (but not later than Dad…and make sure you have his coffee READY!). Mid-morning, get everyone in the car and take a nice Sunday drive to Timberline Lodge. Tell Dad to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Enjoy a hearty buffet lunch in the Cascade Dining Room where you’ll find a feast to fill Dad up.




Jun

22

Wy'East Nordic Summer Alpine Touring & Telemark Ski Camp

Big mountain skiing on the high summer snowfields of Mt Hood, taught by the Northwest's finest telemark and alpine touring instructors at Timberline Ski Area on Mt Hood. For extreme skiers and those new to the sport, the experienced teaching staff will give you the "tricks" and skills needed to ski new terrain and try new slopes and improve your telemark and alpine tour skiing! The teaching staff includes internationally known mountaineers & professional ski instructors from throughout the Northwest.

Event ends: Sunday, June 24, 2018

Jun

30

Social History Happy Hour: Geology of Mt Hood

Rock on! Mt Hood National Forest geologist Ryan Cole presents the fascinating geology of our area! At the Mt Hood Museum in Government Camp. Beer & Wine available for purchase


July 2018

Jul

9

Meadows Mountain Explorer Camp

Join us for our newest adventure!  Your child will not want to miss out on the chance to be part of Mt Hood Meadows' summer camp. When it comes to plotting the perfect summer activities for kids, remember balance is important. Aim for a mix of environmental education and organized adventures that will give kids the skills and support needed to take their love of the outdoors well into adulthood. This education program is dedicated to fostering a connection between young people and the natural world and will provide the opportunity for participants to learn more about the environment on Mt. Hood including volcanoes, glaciers, waterways, plants and animals. Each educational session will be followed by a corresponding outdoor adventure such as hiking, rafting, and more. This unique combination fosters an appreciation for the environment, develops self-esteem, instills a spirit of adventure, and promotes teamwork, friendship, and a sense of preserving our natural resources.

Event ends: Thursday, July 12, 2018

Jul

14

Mt Hood 50 Running Trail Race

The Mt Hood 50 is a heavily shaded 50-mile race that is run almost entirely on the Pacific Crest Trail. The trail is generally soft with good footing, although there are some technical sections with rocks and roots. Runners will start by running North from the Clackamas Ranger Station to the Frog Lake Aid Station, just before Highway 26. They will then return to the start/finish and head South to the Warm Springs Meadows Aid Station, where they will turn around and head back to the finish. Total elevation gain is approximately 5,630 feet.


Jul

14

Mt Hood Stargazing Event at Timberline

Free Mt. Hood Stargazing Event at historic Timberline Lodge. The program will be held in the Salmon River Parking Lot just east of the Lodge, beginning with a brief introduction at 8:30 followed by stargazing throughout the evening. Astronomy Professor Dr. Todd Duncan of the Science Integration Institute and several amateur astronomers will provide telescopes for the public to view the Moon, Saturn, ancient star clusters, dying stars and the center of the Milky Way from an elevation of 6,000 feet. Children are encouraged to attend the Star Party. 


Jul

16

Meadows Mountain Explorer Camp

Join us for our newest adventure!  Your child will not want to miss out on the chance to be part of Mt Hood Meadows' summer camp. When it comes to plotting the perfect summer activities for kids, remember balance is important. Aim for a mix of environmental education and organized adventures that will give kids the skills and support needed to take their love of the outdoors well into adulthood. This education program is dedicated to fostering a connection between young people and the natural world and will provide the opportunity for participants to learn more about the environment on Mt. Hood including volcanoes, glaciers, waterways, plants and animals. Each educational session will be followed by a corresponding outdoor adventure such as hiking, rafting, and more. This unique combination fosters an appreciation for the environment, develops self-esteem, instills a spirit of adventure, and promotes teamwork, friendship, and a sense of preserving our natural resources.

Event ends: Thursday, July 19, 2018

Jul

23

Meadows Adventure Camp

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the forest, explore the wonders of the Columbia Gorge and Mt Hood and enjoy the sounds of nature as you unplug from your daily routine. Our adventure-based activities are led by experts with a commitment to safety and an enthusiasm for sharing the outdoors with the next generation of explorers. Structured to provide plenty of active, outdoor-oriented excitement, our experienced staff welcomes kids aged 8-14 years for adventures ranging from a day mountain biking, to mountain hiking, scenic chairlift rides and whitewater rafting. Campers build self-confidence and develop positive attitudes by learning to succeed at many new activities. By interacting with their peers, campers also learn the importance of participating with others and building successful relationships. We support and celebrate each camper's abilities and encourage our campers to be active, proud, daring, responsible, and cooperative. Campers are sure to have an exciting and memorable experience.

Event ends: Thursday, July 26, 2018


Jul

30

Meadows Adventure Camp

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the forest, explore the wonders of the Columbia Gorge and Mt Hood and enjoy the sounds of nature as you unplug from your daily routine. Our adventure-based activities are led by experts with a commitment to safety and an enthusiasm for sharing the outdoors with the next generation of explorers. Structured to provide plenty of active, outdoor-oriented excitement, our experienced staff welcomes kids aged 8-14 years for adventures ranging from a day mountain biking, to mountain hiking, scenic chairlift rides and whitewater rafting. Campers build self-confidence and develop positive attitudes by learning to succeed at many new activities. By interacting with their peers, campers also learn the importance of participating with others and building successful relationships. We support and celebrate each camper's abilities and encourage our campers to be active, proud, daring, responsible, and cooperative. Campers are sure to have an exciting and memorable experience.

Event ends: Thursday, August 2, 2018

August 2018

Aug

6

Meadows Mountain Bike Camp

Come check out Mt. Hood Meadows' newest extreme camp, and join us for a week of mountain biking. Campers must be proficient in riding a bike. No mountain biking experience is necessary, but kids must have the drive to want to learn. Our full day camp focuses on core skills in skill progression areas, berms, pump tracks and lift accessed trails. With our certified IMBA counselors, campers will learn the practical application of braking, balancing, tactics, basic maintenance & repair and how to master riding a mixture of downhill, trail and skills riding. Campers will be able to bring their own bikes or can rent one for the week. Please see the requirements for bringing your own bike to make sure it is appropriate for this camp. The last day of camp will be a white water rafting trip! This camp is open to ages 10 to 16 due to the added fitness level of the camp.

Event ends: Thursday, August 9, 2018

Aug

11

Mt Hood Stargazing Event at Timberline

Free Mt. Hood Stargazing Event at historic Timberline Lodge. The program will be held in the Salmon River Parking Lot just east of the Lodge, beginning with a brief introduction at 8:30 followed by stargazing throughout the evening. Astronomy Professor Dr. Todd Duncan of the Science Integration Institute and several amateur astronomers will provide telescopes for the public to view the Moon, Saturn, ancient star clusters, dying stars and the center of the Milky Way from an elevation of 6,000 feet. Children are encouraged to attend the Star Party. 


Aug

13

Meadows Mountain Bike Camp

Come check out Mt. Hood Meadows' newest extreme camp, and join us for a week of mountain biking. Campers must be proficient in riding a bike. No mountain biking experience is necessary, but kids must have the drive to want to learn. Our full day camp focuses on core skills in skill progression areas, berms, pump tracks and lift accessed trails. With our certified IMBA counselors, campers will learn the practical application of braking, balancing, tactics, basic maintenance & repair and how to master riding a mixture of downhill, trail and skills riding. Campers will be able to bring their own bikes or can rent one for the week. Please see the requirements for bringing your own bike to make sure it is appropriate for this camp. The last day of camp will be a white water rafting trip! This camp is open to ages 10 to 16 due to the added fitness level of the camp.

Event ends: Thursday, August 16, 2018

Aug

25

Social History Happy Hour: The Barlow Road

Hit the road! A presentation of Mt Hood area ruts and historical sites of the Barlow Road. At the Mt Hood Museum in Government Camp. Beer & Wine available for purchase


September 2018

Sep

3

Labor Day Mountain Music Festival

Continuing the Labor Day tradition of free live roots music at Timberline Lodge, Timberline teams up with Boyd Coffee Company and Mt. Hood Brewing Company to host an all day mountain music festival on Monday, September 3, 2018. The 2018 Timberline Mountain Music Festival will feature a dynamic selection of some of the finest young string bands currently recording and touring the folk, bluegrass, and roots music scene. Admission is free to the Timberline Labor Day Mountain Music festival. Enjoy Timberline’s food and beverages and bring an instrument to join in the jams led by the Taborgrass Players on “Pickin’ Patio.”



October 2018

November 2018

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