A trip to Hood River is a great opportunity to
Adventure Time at These Hood River Tourist Attractions!
Get into nature with the added twist of adventure in Hood River. Whether you want to explore your love of heights or tackle the daring waters of the White Salmon River, there are many ways to enjoy the natural beauty of Hood River while also fulfilling your desire for new adventures. Take a trek up the tallest peak, Mt. Hood, one of the most popular Hood River tourist attractions. At over 11,000 feet, you’ll fancy hiking and even skiing on the mountain. White Salmon River is perfect for you if you enjoy water activities…especially those of the more extreme variety. This particular river is one of the only free-flowing, un-dammed rivers in the Northwest Pacific. So, if you are looking for a place to enjoy water white rafting, this is it. You’ll also enjoy other water activities such as windsurfing and kiteboarding.
The hot springs in Hood River are a must visit! Carson Hot Springs offers an upscale hot spring experience that includes both natural and man-made amenities so that you can enjoy the healing waters in the manner that you desire. From hot spring fed pools to rustic outdoor lounging areas, you’ll enjoy basking in the warm, healing waters. During your three-day stay in Hood River, make it a priority to enjoy the experience of lounging in the healing, purifying hot springs. You won’t regret it!
Wining & Dining
Three-day Hood River weekend getaways are not complete without visits to some of the local eateries, restaurants and wineries and breweries. There is a great focus on using natural, locally-grown food sources at many of the eateries. So, even the simplest of foods are prepared with much pride and dedication. Bette’s Place is one of the local favorites for a classic American breakfast that is sure to leave you satiated. For casual dining, consider a wood-fired pizza at Solstice or for formal dining 3 Rivers Grill. A visit to Hood River is not complete without a trip to the local vineyards, wineries