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Hood River, Oregon --Start of Hwy 35 [Exit 64 from I-84]
Easternmost Hood River exit from Interstate 84, either east or west-bound. Hwy 35 is about 40 miles in length. West via I-84 to Portland, Oregon - Vancouver, Oregon - West access to Ainsworth State Park Campground. Camping; 45 full hookup (maximum site 60 feet); 5 walk-in tent sites. East access via I-84 to The Dalles, Oregon - Biggs, Oregon.
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Junction Old Hwy 30.
A left turn here onto old Hwy 30 will take you to the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area 'Mosier Twin Tunnel Trail', and Hatfield West State Park [1.2 miles]. A right turn onto Old Hwy 30 will take you into the city of Hood River, the Hood River, Oregon County seat. [0.3 miles]
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Panorama Point Junction
This left turn onto 'East Side Road' takes you 1.0 miles to Panorama Point for a wonderful view of the Lower Hood River Valley with Mt. Hood in the distance. Return to Hwy 35
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Photo from Panorama Point Park
A view over orchards to Mt. Hood in the distance.
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Odell Junction
Hood River, Oregon County Fairgrounds located through Odell, 3.0 miles from junction.
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Viewpoint
Viewpoint on the right. View of Lower Hood River Valley and Mt. Adams [Washington]
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Phoenix Pharms
Turn right on 'Baldwin Creek Rd' for No-License Trout Fishing
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Draper's
On the right, a 24-hour farm Fruit Stand. Help yourself if no-one is around and leave your $ in the till.
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Parkdale Junction
Parkdale, Oregon 2.5 miles up 'Cooper Spur Road' to the right. Mt. Hood RR from Hood River terminates here. Hutson Museum has Native American artifacts, geology and other displays. Also, other fruit stands are in the area
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Mt. Hood Hamlet B&B in winter.
Hwy 35 was logged by the owners.
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Mt. Hood National Forest Ranger Station
Many trails now require a vehicle pass if left at a trailhead. Besides Trail Permits, the Ranger Station has many maps of the hiking, biking and cross-country skiing trails. Also, many books on the flora and fauna of the area can be found. Photo taken in late April from parking lot.
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Toll Bridge Rd
0.3 miles to a large Hood River County Camping Park. Set alongside the East Fork of the Hood River, Oregon this is a delightful campground. Many sites. Also a new children's playground - a good place for young ones to burn off extra energy.
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Oak Ridge Trail
Left turn onto Smullin Rd., 0.25 to Trail #688A trailhead, Oak Ridge Trail. This trail for hikers, horses and bikes, 2.3 miles long, with an 1800' elevation gain. Beautiful vistas of Mt. Hood and Upper H.R. Valley.
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Unmarked Viewpoint on Right
This viewpoint shows Mt. Hood towering over a stretch of the East Fork of the Hood River, Oregon.
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Baseline Road
Alternate road into Parkdale, Oregon 2.5 miles.
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Dog River Trail Head #675
A small parking area on the east [left] side of the road. Another hiking trail also used by bikers. A popular trail with open ridge and forested river bottom. Steep middle section.
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Routson, Oregon County Park
A summer day-use park alongside the East Fork of the Hood River, Oregon. Good trout fishing access. Nice picnic area.
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Cooper Spur Road Junction
At this junction, one can park on the left and enjoy the river, or take the road to the right to access many trails from trailheads 3 to 11 miles from Hwy 35. Cooper Spur Ski Area is 3.5 miles from this junction, with downhill and cross country skiing in season. The USFS Ranger Station at Mile Post 13.5, makes these trail maps available.
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Tamanawas Falls Trailhead
A lovely waterfall just 1.7 miles from the parking area, this popular trail wends its way through old-growth forest, only gaining 400 feet in the process. A refreshingly cool area on a hot summer day!
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Sherwood Forest Campground
A public campground maintained by the USFS. Only 12 campsites fill up quite rapidle on weekends. The East Fork of the Hood River runs alongside.
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Road 44 Junction
This road quickly takes you up out of the East Fork canyon to the east. At the top are more hiking trails and superb views of Mt. Hood. This road eventually leads into central Oregon through a sleepy town of Dufur,Oregon where a 'threshing bee' is held every August using old fashioned steam engines to get the grain out of the straw.
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Little John Snow Park
An old-fashioned sledding hill! No steel-runner sleds allowed, however. Just inner tubes and plastic sleds or saucers. Outdoor toilets are available
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Pocket Creek
During the winter, a very easy cross-country ski trail area. A shady, restful, small stream during the summer.
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Teacup Lake, Oregon
Another trailhead to an off the beaten track days-use area. This is another cross-country ski area with greater elevation gain challenges possible.
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Hood River Meadows
This wetlands area is covered with snow for the Nordic ski season, and covered with flowers in the late spring and summer - sometimes even deer are to be seen. There is also the old highway that makes a loop past Sahalie Falls, a little gem seldom seen by travellers zipping past not more than 100 yards away on the other side of a proud stand of Douglas fir trees.
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Mt. Hood Meadows Junction/Bennett Pass
Mt. Hood's premier ski area is just 2 miles on the right from this junction. This day-use resort has 4 detachable quad chairlifts for quick access to the mountain's most varied ski terrain. Beginners to experts can find slopes to meet their abilities. Bennett Pass is also a cross-country ski area on the left at this junction.
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White River East Sno Park
This Junction with Forest Service Rd. #48 is used as another winter ski area. During the summer the road takes you into the Central Oregon community of Tygh Valley through some grand forest country.
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White River West Sno Park
The ski and hiking trails from here wend their way upward toward the White River Glacier. This area is prone to washouts, and the river is always white, carrying its heavy load of glacial flour from under the ice.
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Barlow Pass and Road
Named for a pioneer toll-road builder, wagon ruts can still be seen here, 150 years after the road was originally built. The Pacific Crest Hiking Trail, extending from Canada to Mexico, crosses Hwy 35 here. Also a stretch of old Hwy 35 takes you parallel to the current highway, with some great views of Mt. Hood. It also takes you past a Pioneer Woman's Grave as it again intersects the old pioneer trail.
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Pioneer Woman's Grave
The west end of the old Hwy 35 that parallels the new one. This road will take you past the grave up to Barlow pass and the old trail remnants.
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Junction with U.S. Hwy 26
This is the south end of Hwy 35, where it meets Hwy 26. East to Sandy, Oregon - Gresham, Oregon - Portland, Oregon. East to Madras, Oregon - Prineville, Oregon. For highway travel west via U.S. Highway # 26 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - City of Portland, Oregon to the Junction of SR 35 -- For highway travel south via U.S. Highway # 26 See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Junction of SR 35 to Prineville, Oregon. Start / Finish of highway travel Guide -e