Mount Hood is a very dog friendly (and people friendly) place. Here, you will find a relaxed environment where you can hike, discovering views of Mount Hood or hidden lakes. There is a hike for everyone in this beautiful part of the world. Below are a few that we can recommend.
Mirror Lake is a beautiful hidden gem within the forest. This short hike is 2.1 mile with a 700 foot elevation gain. Enjoy stunning views of the lake, and on a clear day, Mount Hood. There are also campsites in the area and you can connect to the Tom Dick & Harry Mountain.
TOM DICK AND HARRY MOUNTAIN
Tom, Dick and Harry Mountain is a wonderful hike to gain stunning views of Mount Hood. Fallow the Mirror Lake trail to signs continuing to the mountain. Be prepared for a relatively steep hike and about an 8 mile round trip.
An absolute must for Mount Hood hikers, fishermans and water sport lovers alike. Trillium Lake is an excellent spot to hike, camp, fish, kayak an more! A 3.6 mile loop, that boasts gorgeous views of the mountain (on a clear day), will send you home feeling rejuvenated and satisfied.
Umbrella Falls is a short hike away from its trail head. If you continue the trail, you will discover pristine meadows and Shahalie Falls. The drive up to the trailhead will also give you a mazing views of the Mountain.
For maps and trail info, visit theMount Hood National Forest site, or stop by their information center.
Dog Camp City was created to help dog lovers find the areas within National Parks, Federal Parks and surrounding State Parks that are accessable with your dog.