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Full-Day Mount Hood & Multnomah Falls Tour

by America's Hub World Tours Duration 8h 30m Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $100

Your day of exploring some of Oregon’s most famous natural attractions starts with hotel pickup in Portland. Then head out of the city to the Multnomah Falls, the second tallest waterfalls in the United States!

Enjoy the natural beauty while knowing it's just a taste of what's to come, starting with your first stop at Multnomah Falls, the most famous waterfall in Oregon. The second-highest year-round waterfall in the United States, iconic Multnomah Falls is fed by Larch Mountain’s underground springs.

Continue east along the highway to Hood River, a quaint town located at the confluence of the Columbia and Hood rivers on the Columbia River Gorge. Listen as your guide talks about the town’s environmental and cultural history and hear about the kiteboarders and windsurfers who skim across the waters of the gorge, one of the county's top stops for these two wind sports.

When you arrive in town, you have free time for lunch on your own. Pick one of the many restaurants to grab a bite, and then peruse the shops and wine-tasting rooms, if you wish (own expense).

Back with your guide, return to your tour vehicle and visit Rowena Crest, a farm stand (seasonally), Trillium Lake (seasonally), and Timberline Lodge, positioned at an elevation of 11,249 feet on Mt Hood, Oregon’s tallest peak. Hop out to tour the lodge or take a short walk around the lodge to enjoy its mountain scenery.

Your day trip ends with hotel drop-off in Portland.

Your day of exploring some of Oregon’s most famous natural attractions starts with hotel pickup in Portland. Then head out of the city to the Multnomah Falls, the second tallest waterfalls in the United States!

Enjoy the natural beauty while knowing it's just a taste of what's to come, starting with your first stop at Multnomah Falls, the most famous waterfall in Oregon. The second-highest year-round waterfall in the United States, iconic Multnomah Falls is fed by Larch Mountain’s underground springs.

Continue east along the highway to Hood River, a quaint town located at the confluence of the Columbia and Hood rivers on the Columbia River Gorge. Listen as your guide talks about the town’s environmental and cultural history and hear about the kiteboarders and windsurfers who skim across the waters of the gorge, one of the county's top stops for these two wind sports.

When you arrive in town, you have free time for lunch on your own. Pick one of the many restaurants to grab a bite, and then peruse the shops and wine-tasting rooms, if you wish (own expense).

Back with your guide, return to your tour vehicle and visit Rowena Crest, a farm stand (seasonally), Trillium Lake (seasonally), and Timberline Lodge, positioned at an elevation of 11,249 feet on Mt Hood, Oregon’s tallest peak. Hop out to tour the lodge or take a short walk around the lodge to enjoy its mountain scenery.

Your day trip ends with hotel drop-off in Portland.

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9:00 AM, Tour in English

Duration 8h 30m No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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per adult
$100

Total price is $100, taxes included

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Full-Day Mount Hood & Multnomah Falls Tour

Activity Location

Timberline Lodge

W Leg Road

Mount Hood National Forest 97067

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Select downtown Portland hotels

    Portland


Highlights

  • Scenic drive from Portland to the Columbia River Gorge

  • A visit to Timberline Lodge on the slopes of Mount Hood

  • Views of some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the U.S.

  • Visit stunning Multnomah Falls

  • Remarkable views from Rowena Crest


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge

  • Round-trip transportation to and from your downtown Portland hotel

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Lunch


Know Before You Book

  • Car seats are required for children who weigh less than 40 pounds (18 kg), and rear-facing car seats are required for children 11 months and younger or weighing less than 20 pounds (9 kg).

  • You must provide your own car seat.

  • At least 4 people are required for this activity to take place.

  • Hotel pickup is available from select downtown Portland hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.

  • Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.


Full-Day Mount Hood & Multnomah Falls Tour ratings based on 33 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

5/5 Apr 14, 2019

I did this tour while here for a conference, and had this your planned for month's. It was Saturday 4/13/19, and I am embarrassed to admit that I forget the tour guides name. Because he was stellar! This trip was amazing, scenic, beautiful and jaw dropping. I loved every single minute. It was educational and informative, and I loved every second. The falls, Mt. Hood, the gorge, ..omg, I will never forget what I got to see and experience. Thanks so much!

5/5 Apr 10, 2019

This is definitely the way to see the beautiful sights that I had wanted to see. The day was rainy so some of our stops were cut short, however, our tour guide (I believe Scott) made a few additional stops that were not scheduled. We stopped at Bonneville Hatchery, Bonneville Lock and Dam and Starvation Creek State Park where we strolled to see a beautiful falls. Multnomah Falls is everything I've read about. Absolutely gorgeous. We stopped in Hood River where Scott drove around and pointed out various restaurants, and we were free to have a bite of lunch. Our trip to Mt. Hood was a little scary. He told us earlier that we may not be able to get up as it had been snowing for over 24 hours but that he would give it a shot. About two miles from the Lodge, we ran into blizzard conditions, white out, wind, etc. but he managed to get us to the top. We could only stay about 30 minutes as the weather was turning worse, and didn't actually get to see Mt. Hood because of the weather.