Our Around Mt. Hood Snowshoe Tour is the perfect way to get out of the rain and into the snow this winter season!

As winter blankets the stunning landscapes of the Pacific Northwest in a shimmering layer of snow, there’s no better time to embark on a thrilling adventure into the heart of Mt. Hood’s snowy winter wonderland. Our snowshoe tour offers a unique and unforgettable experience, and we’re proud to be the only tour departing from Portland every Saturday. Whether you’re a seasoned snowshoer or a first-timer, our tours cater to all skill levels, ensuring a magical journey through the snowy trails of Mt. Hood.

Unparalleled Convenience

Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind as you embark on a scenic journey to Mt. Hood. Our tours depart from Portland, providing unparalleled convenience for locals and visitors alike. No need to worry about long drives or complicated logistics – our tour includes luxury transportation to and from the mountain so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey. 

Perfect for All Skill Levels

One of the best aspects of our Mt. Hood snowshoe tours is their accessibility. We understand that not everyone is an expert snowshoer, and that’s why our tours are designed for all skill levels. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a first-time snowshoer, our knowledgeable guides will ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. The trails are carefully selected to accommodate both beginners and those seeking a more challenging trek, making it a perfect outing for families, friends, and solo adventurers alike.

Behind-the-Scenes at Timberline Lodge

What sets our snowshoe tours apart is the exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at the iconic Timberline Lodge. Our knowledgable guides will regale you with fascinating stories about the lodge’s rich history. You’ll have the opportunity to explore areas not typically accessible to the public, gaining insights into the lodge’s architecture, art, and its role in local culture. This added dimension to your snowshoe adventure makes it a truly immersive and enriching experience.

Winter Waterfalls

Not only does our tour include snowshoe treks at Timberline Lodge and around Mt. Hood, but we’ll also head out to a variety of breathtaking Oregon waterfalls to hike around too. We’ll stop by Sahalie Falls and Umbrella Falls to get unique winter views of the stunning cascades, and on our way back into Portland we’ll stop at the iconic Multnomah Falls to capture stunning snowy views of a true Oregon landmark. 

Book Your Adventure

Don’t miss the chance to experience the enchanting winter beauty of Mt. Hood with our exclusive snowshoe tours. Departing every Saturday from Portland, our tours are the perfect way to escape into nature, challenge yourself, and create lasting memories. Pack your winter gear, grab your camera, and join us for an unforgettable journey through the snowy landscapes of Mt. Hood – a true winter wonderland waiting to be explored.

Want to give the gift of adventure? We offer snowshoe gift certificates that make the perfect gift to put under the tree this holiday season! 


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