BEST WESTERN Mt. Hood Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Mt. Hood Inn Government Camp
Travel Blogs from Government Camp
Today was a marathon style morning and afternoon shift. We saw a large group of equestrians that requested we hold conversation with their horses so to prove we were not in fact wild bears. One horse was not buying our act and almost threw his rider in a moment of panic. Everyone else managed by without incident but everyone's horse left nice fresh organic garnish all over the trail for the next stretch, many thanks. We also ...
... first time (including the time spent turning it around after realizing the door opened out to a tree.)
Later that evening, I even put on the rain fly after noticing that the animals were In a frenzy. I was so proud of my Dr Doolittle self to be disappointed with a little rainfall while camping.
Tip #2: Find level ground for your tent site. NEVER set up in a low spot as water may collect in a rainstorm.
... of the falls and feel the mist getting my lens wet!
Marilyn, AE,Terri and I were up for the challenge of hiking to the top of the Falls for the “million dollar shot”. After too many switchbacks to count and a mile+ steep grade, we threw in the towel and decided perhaps a postcard would do! Besides we knew the rest of them were gathered at the picnic benches ...
... designed to transport both eggs and fish from one location to another… it can be as simple as a pickup with a canopy with a rack to hold the buckets of eggs going from one hatchery to another, or a 45 ft semi trailer designed to deliver smolt to a spot for release, or trout to your favorite stream….
Each truck has a tank, that tank is shaped so that the fish can be easily moved out of the tank…. A slanted bottom, ...
... phone for on-the-fly directions. By the bye, Google maps is much more accurate as there is no involvement of a "third party" who has never, ever learned how to read a map. We find a shady place to park and all four of us pile out of the truck.
Furry ones are welcome on the lower level so the four of us walk the Stations Of The Cross. Located in the deep shadows of a conifer forest the Stations beautifully blend into nature. Our furry friends are ready for a little lunch and ...