Mt. Hood Resort Condominiums
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TripAdvisor Reviews Mt. Hood Resort Condominiums Welches
Travel Blogs from Welches
... a South bound attempt at the record. I was surprised that he stopped and shook my hand and chatted with for me a bit. Needless to say that put a smile on my face and a pep in my step the rest of the day. 8/16/2014 14 miles (2116) We made it to our next resupply at Timberline lodge. Some shots from the cult classic The Shining were filmed here. All hikers really care about here is the 5 star all you can eat breakfast buffet. We pushed miles hard last night and awoke ...
We always have to get this out of the way - grocery shopping. We drove to Sandy and spent $157. We were told the groceries would be cheaper there than in Welches. On our way back to the condo we stopped at Jonsrud Viewpoint Park. We saw spectacular views of Mt. Hood and the Sandy River Valley.
While my sisters put away groceries and fixed lunch, Gary and I went to the rangers' station in Zig Zag and got information about local hikes. Note: the ...
... popular spot for local tourists. But the US Government was still shutdown, and all the prime locations were therefore off limits (national parks & forests). Unfortunately this meant that everyone now had to squeeze into the remaining state parks, which shared their space with lovely neighbours like railway lines. Coupled with the persistent rain, we decided that this was to be our last night of camping. It was a ...
... steep, but that kept us going quickly. As we approached the timberline, the snow changed to rain, a very cold rain at that, and we ran most of the rest of the way back to the lodge. By the time we got back, we were drenched and freezing. We got back to our room, changed into dry clothes, and almost immediately built a fire. Luckily, the hotel has a washer and dryer so we could dry our wet clothes. After taking hot showers, it was ...
... Also inside: a huge Alpine-style fire place (or maybe this was the original design and it was adopted by Alpine Lodges. Or it is generally the best layout for an impressive fire place in a big Lodge).
It was worth it to drive all these miles. Some time in the future we'll return to stay for some days.