Your Guide to Winter at Mt Hood
Mt Hood is a winter wonderland, and we're thrilled you're planning a trip to our mountain villages. We've put together this guide to Mt Hood in the winter so you can have a fun and safe getaway. Get all the details on the 2020/2021 ski and snowboard season, snow play areas, Sno-Parks, winter preparedness, driving, lodging and more below. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach us by phone or form.
Mt Hood Winter Cabin Rentals
The perfect Mt Hood winter getaway always starts with finding a cozy cabin. These Mt Hood vacation cabins provide the ultimate place to unwind after a day of skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing. Choose a Government Camp cabin to be close to all the action, or find a cabin with a hot tub and start your mornings with a hot cup of coffee while the snow falls.
Mt Hood Snow Play Areas & Gear Rentals
Mt Hood is not just for skiers and snowboarders! Our villages offer plenty of snow play areas to go tubing, sledding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoe Trails
Just some of our favorites:
- Crosstown Trail - intersects several other trails
- Mirror Lake Trail
- Trillium Lake
- Barlow Pass - intersects several other trails
- Bennett Pass
- Frog Lake - Connects with Barlow Pass
- Pocket Creek
- White River
- Nordic Center - Groomed trails with a fee, skiing only, no dogs
- Tea Cup Lake Nordic Center - Groomed trails with a fee, skiing only, no dogs