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Lodging recommendations for Mt. Hood? (Government Camp)

post #1 of 8
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Well, I'm headed off in a few weeks to go check out Mt. Hood to go play in some La Nina snow, and have been calling around for lodging rates. So far I'm deciding between the Best Western Mt. Hood Inn (priciest), the Huckleberry Inn (the cheapest), and the Timberline Lodge (middle).

 

Do any of you have any recommendations, places to stay, places to avoid? It's just me so far, so I don't care if it's all that fancy. As long as it has a jacuzzi somewhere or a bathtub in the room to soak after a long day of skiing, I'm set. Haha.

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Huckleberry Inn is right in the middle of Govy and that will keep you central with 3 options for skiing. If you only want to ski Timberline(trust me you don't) then T-line lodge would be ideal. There is also Collins Lake resort right in town. Honestly your options are limited as Hood is a lot more killer than filler. If you want to go super cheap I know that Cascade ski club is 22 bucks a night for a bunk. And hostel type living conditions. Though it is vert clean and well kept.

whatever you do enjoy your trip. Mt Hood has it's own feel. And we have been getting blasted with snow and cold temps. Opening day was knee deep blower. Today should actually be an amazing blue bird pow day. Bring technical outerwear, and goggles with some low light lenses.

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Awesome! Thanks for the info! I just made reservations at the Huckleberry. I'm hearing good things and the rates are good. I can't wait to ski Hood!

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hi,

 

last time we went to Mount Hood, we stayed at Hotel Mount Hood Inn, the place was nice, very cosy and the staff was really charming! it was recommended by a friend!  we were looking on http://hotel.twenga.co.uk/ and there weren't many offer unfortunately! but Huckleberry seems very nice and i'm sure you'll spend some great holidays there! :)

 

so enjoy skiing! :)

 

see ya!

post #5 of 8

I know a place where you can get good cabins. I have also visited there and take cabins which is provided by whisperingwoods.net. you can try them...

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Just got back last Monday. Had a great stay at the Huckleberry Inn. Good prices and clean rooms. No hot tub, though. Govy Camp was a good location to stay. Practically walking distance to Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, and not a far drive at all to the Meadows. Thanks for the suggestions, everyone!

post #7 of 8

I have told a place where you can get good cabins. have you visited over there?

you can visit from here: http://www.whisperingwoods.net

 

thanks

pat123

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I have told a place where you can get good cabins. have you visited over there?

you can visit from here: http://www.whisperingwoods.net

 

thanks

pat123


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