Oregon August 28, 2019
Try A Mountain Slide, Zip Lining, Horseback Riding, And More All At Mr. Hood Adventure Park In Oregon
Mt. Hood Skibowl is a winter wonderland when the snow flies, but once all the snow melts off, the mountain transforms into an adventure park where you can ride a mountain slide, fly down a zip line, go for a horseback ride, and much more. If you haven’t visited yet this summer, now’s the time!
Mt. Hood Skibowl is surrounded by natural beauty, with a stunning view of Mt. Hood. During summer months, Mt. Hood Adventure Park at Skibowl offers more than 20 different ways to play.
Address: 87000 US-26, Government Camp, OR 97028
The question isn't, "What should we do?" It's "What should we do first!" There's something for every member of the family here, and you'll want to set aside an entire day to explore everything.
The Malibu Raceway has two kinds of karts - Sprint Karts that are suitable for any rider over 58 inches tall, and Indy Karts, which are high-performance carts that will challenge every driver.
The Alpine Slide is a half-mile of twisting, turning thrills. You can go as fast as 37 mph, but you'll be able to control your speed with a handbrake, so even little ones will like this alpine ride.
Get lost in the Amaze'n Maze, and race each other to see who finishes first.
You'll feel like a hamster in a hamster ball when you climb inside one of the Aqua Rollers, and you probably won't stop laughing the entire time.
The aerial park takes you through the treetops, 50-60 feet above the ground, and also has more than 800 feet of zipline to cruise.
For a heart-stopping thrill, climb the stairs up to the top of the 70-foot free-fall bungee tower and jump. It's an exhilarating plunge!
If heights don't bother you, you'll also want to tackle the 32-foot-tall rock wall. With four different routes up, climbers of all skills will enjoy this challenge.
Tubing isn't just a winter activity - at Mt. Hood Adventure Park, you can slide down the mountain in the summer, too!
Don't let the fact that you see preschoolers climbing Jacob's Ladders fool you - they require a huge amount of balance and agility. Let's just say...don't make any bets you don't want to lose, or your six-year-old nephew might be $20 richer.
If you love the challenge of mountain biking, the adventure park's mountain bike park will be your favorite new playground. Put your bike on the scenic sky chairs to be lifted 1,500 feet to the top of the mountain, then go screaming down the 40 miles of trails.
When you're ready for a more peaceful, quiet adventure, go for a horseback ride. Choose from a 30 minute or two-hour ride through the forest.
These are just a few of the adventures you'll have on the mountain. The park is open seven days a week, so plan your trip now!
The Adventure Park at Mt. Hood SkiBowl is open Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m..
Choose from three different all-day passes, depending on what activities you want to include. Passes cost between $20 and $79. Some activities are also available with a la carte pricing.
Visit Mt. Hood Ski Bowl’s
website for more details and to buy all-day passes online, and make sure to follow the park’s Facebook page to see what’s new there.
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