Mount Hood Wilderness, OR

US Forest Service

Mount Hood Wilderness

Mount Hood, Oregon's highest summit at 11,240 feet, is a dormant volcano covered with 11 active glaciers. This snow covered peak lies at the heart of the Wilderness and is covered with forested slopes...[more]




River Crossing Guide (pdf)


Mount Hood Wilderness is about 50 miles east of Portland via US-26 and about 35 miles south of Hood River via OR-35.

Trailheads that access Mount Hood Wilderness:

Maps of 2009 Wilderness Additions

Topo Maps

Badger Lake, Bull Run Lake, Dog River, Government Camp, Mount Hood North, Mount Hood South, Rhododendron. Download free U.S. Forest Service Topo maps.

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