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Hood River Adventure Vacation

Hood River Adventure Vacation - Hood River, United States

Duration: 4 days
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$1700.00

The Hood River adventure vacation is for the mountain biker who wants a unique, genuine, locals choice tour of Hood River in a cycle-centric format. We provide you with exclusive activities such as a pFriem Family Brewers brewery tour, 10 Speed Roasting room tour and demonstration and winery and orchard tour at Grateful Vineyards ... More info ›

The Hood River adventure vacation is for the mountain biker who wants a unique, genuine, locals choice tour of Hood River in a cycle-centric format. We provide you with exclusive activities such as a pFriem Family Brewers brewery tour, 10 Speed Roasting room tour and demonstration and winery and orchard tour at Grateful Vineyards. All of our guides are local experts that will lead you down the best routes on the trails, ensuring you capture the breathtaking views, uncover the hidden secret spots and have an epic adventure with plenty of mountain biking to be had. Sprinkle in some yoga and paddle boarding and round all of that out with some of the best dining in the area and you've experience Hood River as a local would with out all the headache of researching it yourself.

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Day 1: Meet and Greet with a brewery tour

Stop At: Hood River Hotel, 102 Oak St, Hood River, OR 97031, USA
Check into your hotel room, get settled. We will meet in the lobby to get acquainted with the guide and other guests.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: pFriem Family Brewers, 707 Portway Ave Suite 101, Hood River, OR 97031, USA
We will shuttle to pFriem where we will go on a brewery tour, enjoy a tasting and finish off the evening with dinner in their tasting room.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Dinner: Dinner at pFriem Family Brewing
Accommodation included: Overnight at Hood River Hotel

Day 2: Mount Hood Excursion

Stop At: Mount Hood National Forest, 70220 Intersection of Hwy 26 and E Lolo Pass Road on south side of road, OR 97049-8701
Guests will shuttle up to Mount Hood National Forest to enjoy a guided mountain bike ride of the 44 Trails area. This ride will take you down 16-21 miles of single track with about 2,000' elevation gain and 5,000 feet descending. Enjoy beautiful views and epic trails.
Duration: 6 hours

Stop At: Mt. View Orchards, 6670 Trout Creek Ridge Rd, Parkdale, OR 97041-7655
Enjoy a wine tasting at Grateful Vineyards, take a walk through Mt. View Orchards and learn about their locally owned family farm
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: 10 Speed Coffee Bar, 1412 13th St, Hood River, OR 97031, USA
After breakfast at Kickstand Cafe guests will visit 10 Speed Roasting Room, meet the owner and learn about the coffee roasting process and even help roast a batch
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Breakfast at Kickstand Cafe
• Lunch: Lunch will be provided trail side, picnic style from Freshies Bagels
• Dinner: Hors devours will be served at Grateful Vineyards
Accommodation included: Overnight at Hood River Hotel

Day 3: Hood River at its best

Stop At: Hood River Waterfront Park, 650 Portway Ave, Hood River, OR 97031-1119
Guests will meet Rayna Dhara for Stand Up Paddle board yoga followed by a group paddle on the Columbia River.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Family Man Staging Area, Riordan Hill Dr, Hood River, OR 97031, USA
Guests will shuttle with a Northwest Excursions mountain bike guide to Binns Hill in Post Canyon, Hood River's ultimate mountain biking trail network. Follow your guide down this vast network of flowy trails through all types of terrain that a novice or expert rider alike can enjoy
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Mosier Twin Tunnels, Mosier, OR 97040, USA
Hop on an e-bike and enjoy this leisurely peddle to Mosier, OR through the Mosier Twin Tunnels. The Mark O. Hatfield Trail is the original highway through The Gorge. It is now closed to vehicular traffic and is enjoyed by pedestrians and bikes only. Be sure to bring your camera as we will catch some amazing views of the Columbia River Gorge. We will stop in Mosier to have dinner at locally owner Mosier Company.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Breakfast at River Daze Cafe
• Lunch: Picnic Lunch by Taqueria Rinconcito
• Dinner: Dinner in Mosier at Mosier Company
Accommodation included: Overnight at Hood River Hotel

Day 4: Last Day of Adventures and checkout

Stop At: Northwestern Park, Northwestern Lake Rd, Underwood, WA 98651, USA
End your trip with a true down hill mountain bike shuttle. Shuttle over to White Salmon Washington with your mountain bike guide to enjoy a fun, fast ride. Once again enjoy those gorgeous views, this time from the Washington side!
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Breakfast at Broder Ost
• Lunch: Lunch at Everybodys Brewing
No accommodation included on this day.

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Guided Mount Hood Mountain Bike Ride

Guided Mount Hood Mountain Bike Ride - Hood River, United States

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$150.00

If you are new to the area or just visiting on your own, a guided bike ride is an excellent way to find the best nearby trails and routes. Northwest Excursions’ guided rides are designed to get you going in the right direction on local trails, road routes and bike paths, without the hassle of having to do extensive research or mapping on your own.

All of our guides are local experts who are not only there to show you the trails but also answer questions, help with mechanicals and ensure you have the most enjoyable experience possible.

Itinerary

We will be heading to Mount Hood National Forest to mountain bike the 44 Trails network ... More info ›

If you are new to the area or just visiting on your own, a guided bike ride is an excellent way to find the best nearby trails and routes. Northwest Excursions’ guided rides are designed to get you going in the right direction on local trails, road routes and bike paths, without the hassle of having to do extensive research or mapping on your own.

All of our guides are local experts who are not only there to show you the trails but also answer questions, help with mechanicals and ensure you have the most enjoyable experience possible.

Itinerary

We will be heading to Mount Hood National Forest to mountain bike the 44 Trails network. Our shuttle will drop you off at the top of the trail and our expert guide will lead you down the trail. This ride will take you down 16-21 miles of single track with about 2,000' elevation gain and 5,000 feet descending. Enjoy beautiful views and epic trails. The 44 Trail network boasts well maintained single track that takes you past flowing streams, into open meadows filled with wildflowers and gives you 360 views of the landscape and surrounding mountains.

A trailside lunch will be provided during the ride from a local lunch spot in Hood River.

The rides selected are based on your fitness and biking abilities. Although we do recommend that you are an intermediate level mountain biker and can be in the saddle for multiple hours at a time.

If you need to rent a mountain bike you can contact Mt View Cycles and get a 20% discount for booking with NWE.

Stop At:

• Mount Hood National Forest, 70220 Intersection of Hwy 26 and E Lolo Pass Road on south side of road, OR 97049-8701

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Western Train Robbery Mt. Hood Railroad

Western Train Robbery Mt. Hood Railroad - Hood River, United States

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$45.00

If you’ve got a hankering for some Old West entertainment, climb aboard this Iron Horse. Passengers be warned: robbers have been spotted in the valley, so for land’s sake – hold on to your valuables if there’s a hold-up! Keep your eyes peeled for the fast action of Matt the Maverick ... More info ›

If you’ve got a hankering for some Old West entertainment, climb aboard this Iron Horse. Passengers be warned: robbers have been spotted in the valley, so for land’s sake – hold on to your valuables if there’s a hold-up! Keep your eyes peeled for the fast action of Matt the Maverick. But never fear, the heroic sheriff is there to tell him when the jig is up. The music and entertainment will offer you a true Western welcome aboard this family favorite ride!

Any cowpokes age 21 and older can choose First Class with Wine Tasting. We’ll bring some local Hood River wineries red and white bottles out of the old saddlebags for samples along with dessert and locally grown organic fruit. Yee-haw!

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Stop At: Hutson Museum, 4967 Baseline Dr Mt Hood, OR, Parkdale, OR 97041-8703

The Hutson Museum, a barn-red, old-style building with a panoramic view of Mount Hood, is a prominent landmark in Parkdale in the upper Hood River Valley. The museum, located on the two-acre National Historic Site at the southern terminus of the historic Mount Hood Railroad, began as a display of family rock collections in the basement of Jesse and Winifred Hutson's orchard home.

Duration: 45 minutes

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