2625 Cascade Ave
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone: (541) 308-1000
Fax: (541) 386-4505
Provides experienced river rafting guides, from mild to wild, with high quality rafts and premium wet suits on the rivers throughout the Pacific Northwest.
A 45,000 square foot multi-purpose health club with three indoor tennis courts, two racquetball courts, a 25 meter, 5 lane pool, a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, tanning bed, NBA regulation basketball courts, a Yoga studio, an exercise studio, and cardio and weight equipment.
This is the showplace for all sorts of happenings in the Hood River area. If you are coming to town for a large gathering, you can usually count on ending up at the Expo Center. Major community events such as the Hood River Valley Harvest Festival, the Columbia Cross Channel Swim, the Pear and Wine Festival and others make this home base on an annual basis, with more setting up camp each year. Contact the Expo Center at the numbers listed for a calendar of events.
This skiing area features three high speed quads, miles of nordic and cross country skiing trails, and a complimentary beginner T-bar. Open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m. and open Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m.
Steelhead, salmon, trout, and smallmouth bass are just some of the types of fish that you can catch in the several rivers close to Hood River within the valleys of the Cascade Mountains. Lessons by expert guides will make this experience an enjoyable one.
In 1906, this sure beat sitting on horseback for three days to get to the mountain. Now it beats battling other drivers on the route between Portland and Mount Hood. Scenic views of our local mountain, Mount Adams and the naturally rugged terrain are accented by dinner and themes, such as a train robbery or murder-mystery. The ticket price for the Excursion Train with theme is different for adults, seniors citizens and children. There is restricted disabled access.
U.S. Sailing Certified instructors provide windsurfing and kiteboarding lessons for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students.
An 18 hole golf course located in the rolling hills and fruit orchards of the Hood River Valley with fantastic views of the Mount Hood, the Columbia Gorge, and Mount Adams.
Located in a beautiful wooded setting, this 18 hole par 71 golf course features a practice facility, PGA golf shop, and a restaurant.
Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness Area Trail is a five-mile hiking and biking trail that takes you along an old section of the historic Columbia River Highway in the Columbia River Gorge. There are two trailheads, one in Hood River and one in Mosier. Starting in Mosier, the trail heads west toward Hood River through a dry landscape of ponderosa pine and deciduous trees. There are numerous viewpoints along this trail that offer spectacular Columbia Gorge scenery. After about a mile, you'll pass through the historic Twin Tunnels. These tunnels take you directly through a basalt cliff. After you emerge from the tunnels, the trail continues to wind along the high edge of the gorge for another four miles through a fir-filled forest. A state park day use permit is required to park at the Hood River or Mosier Trailheads. You can purchase a permit at the self-service pay station at either trailhead or at the visitor's center at the Hood River trailhead. The trail ends at Hood River where there is a visitor's center, restrooms and water. To get to the Mosier Trailhead, drive east of Hood River on Interstate 84 about five miles to Exit 69. In downtown Mosier, turn west on Rock Creek Road and proceed about two miles to the trailhead parking area. To get to the Hood River Trailhead, take exit 64 in Hood River. Proceed through downtown; turn left (east) on the old Columbia River Highway and drive to the trailhead parking area on the left side of the road.
Guided trips on the White Salmon, Klickitat, and Wind Rivers in the Columbia River Gorge and the Snake River on the Idaho/Oregon border.
A premier river outfitter with over 20 years experience, they offer different levels of excitement and fantastic Northwest scenery on the White Salmon, Klickitat, Deschutes, and Wenatchee Rivers.