Mt. Hood Loop Tour
Take a tour to one of the most breathtaking places in America--A trip to the top of Mt. Hood to Timberline Lodge.
The Mt. Hood Loop tour is your escape to Mt. Hood--adventures, farm to table flavors, educational scenic touring & specially crafted by My Chauffeur to showcase Mt. Hood's unparalleled beauty.
Adventure Package starts at $100*
See & Learn About:
. . . a living museum with some of the most beautiful and historically significant art and craftwork in the nation."
We have built lodges in national parks and other recreational areas, but nothing like this"
is Oregon's Year-Round Playground & the beloved Oregon Icon"
Margery Hoffman Smith integrated and elaborated on the lodge's 3 main themes (Pioneers, Indian motifs and local wildlife), creating harmony among Timberline's structure, its art, and its furnishings, which still delights visitors and has transformed the building into a beloved Oregon icon"
Once inside Timberline Lodge (pictures right), we'll see:
NATIVE MATERIALS AND OLD WORLD QUALITY create a unique and truly regional style known as Cascadian. Three decorative themes including wildlife, Native American, and pioneer appear throughout.
The Exhibition Center - The once-damp, black hole of the Lodge's lower level is now the airy Exhibition Center.
Take the Magic Mile Chairlift Ride all the way to 'The Top'! (pictured right; No Skies Required) - Details
USFS Nature or Interpretive Tour - Learn about the flora, fauna, and geology of Mt. Hood on a nature hike with a USFS guide or alternatively, learn about the building of the Timberline Lodge on an interpretive tour inside the lodge. $0-$4 per person
NOTICE: To do any or all of the following activities, you should notify My Chauffeur before your tour:
**Book an overnight stay @ Timberline Lodge - Pricing stays the same except for the addition of your guides private room & meals (about $200) and the following days costs.
...Timberline amphitheater (below) is the most beautiful theater in the world...for what theater in the world, even on Mars, could duplicate your backdrop of Mt. Jefferson marked with pine"
"...one of the most scenic "loop" trips in the United States"
. . .it must be as beautiful both inside and out as the beautiful surroundings in which it stands, and it truly turned out just that way."
The planners and architects of Timberline Lodge