Monday, November 24, 2014

Mt. Hood Vacation Rentals

If your family is looking to take a winter vacation at Mt. Hood this year you're in luck because there are some great deals for you to check out.  Mt. Hood Vacation Rentals has different Vacation deals for you to choose from including Discounted Lift Tickets, Car Rental Discounts, and more. Read about Mt. Hood Vacation Rentals Midweek Ski / Snowboard Specials below.
MIDWEEK SKI / SNOWBOARD SPECIALS Start creating your winter memories with Mt Hood Vacation Rentals' Mid-week Ski/Snowboard Lodging Special. Stay in a Mt. Hood Vacation Rental Sunday – Thursday nights, then get the third night half price and the 4th night is FREE. Plus each person in your party can ski or ride three out of five consecutive days for $99 per person at Mt. Hood Meadows. Valid November 30 - December 13, 2014 and January 5 - March 19, 2015 excluding January 18 & February 15.
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Three Lifts Open at Mt. Hood Meadows

For the last two weekends Mt. Hood Meadows has had three ski lifts open for preview riding. Plan your visit to Mt. Hood Meadow to get your chance on the snow with friends or family. Read more about what Mt. Hood Meadows has been doing to create an amazing ski experience for you below.
Meadows received 8 inches of new snow from Saturday's storm (and it's still snowing), bringing the base to 16 inches. Crews are harvesting parking lot snow to build lift ramps and supplement the base. Sunday will be the chance to get some early season runs in, with a $29 lift ticket.
The Meadows parks crew is setting rails, something similar to last weekend with a few twists.
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1950's Bonneville Dam

This is the 1950's Welcome to the Bonneville Lock and Dam video. This video will educate you on the purpose and amazing history that has been built into the Bonneville Dam. Not only will you see how different video was in the 1950's but you might also notice how much of the Columbia River Gorge and the Bonneville Dam have not changed over the years. Take the family on a visit to the Bonneville Dam to learn more and enjoy this video.

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The Resort At The Mountain | All-Inclusive Winter Resort Package

The Resort At The Mountain is offering amazing All-Inclusive Winter Resort Packages at great prices. The Resort At The Mountain provides you with an amazing view, skiing, a golf course, a luxurious spa, family fun sports, on-site activities and great food. Read about their Make Tracks Now package described below.
Make Tracks NowCheck out this all-inclusive ski aficionado’s package – two nights in a crazy, comfortable Fireside guest room, two single day adult lift tickets to Timberline or Skibowl, one night’s dinner for two in Altitude (including two entrees with two non-alcoholic beverages), breakfast for two each morning (including two breakfast entrees  with two coffee or juice) as well as two 50-minute spa treatments. What are you waiting for? Make your reservation, then make tracks to The Resort!
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Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club

The Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club is providing public shows of the Columbia Gorge Model Railroad on November 29th and November 30th, 2014. With a 5,000 foot route from one end to the other it takes a model train more than 25 minutes to travel along the Columbia River Gorge. Don't worry you won't have to wait half an hour to see a train go by, they typically have 8 trains running at the same time. It is only $6 for adults and $2 for kids from ages 3 to 11, and will provide hours of entertainment. Read more about the Columbia Gorge Model Railroad below.
It's a breathtaking sight to walk into the building on N. Vancouver Avenue and immediately become immersed in the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge. The layout, which has been built upon since the building's construction in 1982, depicts scenes from a 1950s Portland and beyond, complete with a miniature Union Station built off of the 1893 building's actual blueprints.
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Monday, November 17, 2014

Double Mountain Horse Ranch

Horse back riding is good for your health, it is fun and it provides a way to see sights you never would have seen otherwise. Double Mountain Horse Ranch is located in Hood River where they provide guided group tours. Read about their 'Above the Columbia River Gorge Tour' below.
This horseback riding tour stages in a private meadow on the far west side of the Hood River Valley. Starting below the forest, our trail gently climbs steadily upward. We’ll enter the deep shade of mature trees, moving along fern grottos and cascading streams, to views high above the Columbia River Gorge. Weather permitting we’ll ride the TeePee trail, a now private forest trail once traveled by Native American pioneers.

Wrangler’s Note – We’ll get your photo with the Mitchell Point Overlook from up high! Cowboy up, we’ll bring loaner boots and riding helmets if requested in advance.
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Celilo Restaurant and Bar

Celilo Restaurant and Bar is located in Hood River, Oregon. Their menu features Pacific Northwest cuisine made with fresh and local ingredients. They also provide full catering services for weddings. If you have not tried this elegant restaurant why not treat yourself for a nice dinner this winter in Hood River. Celilo Restaurant and Bar also provides cooking classes at their restaurant, read about the next class below.
Homemade Soup: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Time: 5:30PM – 8:30PM, including dinner of food prepared during class Class size limit: 12$85 per personCall (541) 386-5710 to register, or visit the restaurant. Tickets are non-refundable. Learn the basics of homemade soup preparation. Pick up hints on creating both purées and hearty soups as well as learn the secrets of Celilo menu soups.

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