We have taken the time to collect some of our favorite things to do on Mount Hood and in the Hood River area. Take a moment to explore all the myriad of activities waiting for you when you stay at with us at Cooper Spur Mountain Resort.
Ride up and hike the trails back down to the base, or ride both ways! Meander through the beautiful hillsides of the mountain and enjoy the gorgeous summer vistas and wildflowers. 8 new miles of hiking trails have been added and all Cooper Spur Lodging guests receive free tickets to this ride! Not to mention their Movies on the deck series. Visit skihood.com for their full Summer lineup
Two tournament-size ping pong tables, giant jenga, giant connect four, cornhole, and more! Gather your friends and family and face off in friendly competition. Available to all visitors whether you stay with us or are just passing by!
The geology of the Columbia River Gorge lends itself to some of the most spectacular waterfalls anywhere. Starting with the towering 620-foot Multnomah Falls, visitors can see waterfalls all along the I-84 and at other locations throughout the county.
A unique rural farm experience awaits you in the beautiful Hood River Valley, where you will encounter 28 on-the-farm fruit stands, wineries, breweries, and u-pick farms. Begin your trip by checking out this map.
Bring your inner tubes and sleds and drift down the snow covered hills of the Little John Sno Park. This family-friendly hill is the perfect day trip located only a few miles down the road from our resort.
The Columbia River Gorge growing region is one of America’s most unique wine areas due to special climate and soil conditions. Take time to tour our wineries and vineyards, and relax at our many casual tasting rooms. Our favorite is the Mt. Hood Winery.
Dining at our Crooked Tree Tavern & Grill means tasting the true bounty of the Hood River Valley. With every sourced as locally, organically, and sustainably as possible, and all meals made from-scratch, you will experience perfect Mt. Hood Meal.
Preserving the art and history of our beautiful mountain through interpretive exhibits and educational programming, the Mt. Hood Cultural Museum promotes an understanding of our history and the challenges that lie in our mountains future.