Mt. Hood Waterfalls

Mt Hood Waterfalls Coach Tour

The best of Oregon's rugged natural beauty, from the waterfalls to the mountain, all in one tour.

The Mount Hood Waterfalls Tour takes in the best of northern Oregon’s natural beauty, from the Columbia River Gorge to majestic Timberline Lodge.

This full-day tour showcases the area's waterfalls, breathtaking vistas, and historic landmarks as it winds its way from Portland to Mount Hood and back.

Tour highlights include:

  • Vista House on Crown Point, a striking travelers’ rest station perched ominously atop sheer cliffs hundreds of feet above the Columbia River
  • Multnomah Falls, at 620 feet, the tallest and most picturesque of the seventy-seven waterfalls lining the Oregon side of the gorge
  • Bonneville Dam, a man-made wonder that generates electricity for thousands of residents and businesses while protecting the native Northwest salmon
  • Timberline Lodge, a National Historic Landmark along Mount Hood’s southern slope that is home to the longest skiing season in the country

You’ll have plenty of time to take in the views of Mount Hood and the surrounding Cascade Range as we climb to 6,000 feet to reach Timberline Lodge. This is the quintessential Oregon experience—don’t forget your cameras!

By arrangement for private groups only.

Contact Us for a detailed itinerary.

Minimum Tour Length: 8 hours
Additional Information

Boxed meals can be arranged, or lunch and/or dinner can be on your own. Multnomah Falls Lodge and Timberline Lodge are both good possibilities, providing affordable options in pristine settings.

Additional Stops

Shopping and lunch in Hood River.


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