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Cozy Secluded Log Cabin With Mt. Hood Views

    You’ll be sure to love this secluded log cabin rental vacation rental located in Rhododendron, Oregon, United States. The cozy cabin can sleep up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms, and 1 bath, perfect for planning a family vacation. The secluded log cabin has exceptional Mount Hood and Zig Zag Wilderness views all around. The cabin has easy access just 3.3 miles from Highway 26. The cabin is just moments away from hiking and all the many Mount Hood area attractions. The cabin is a 700-square-foot rustic log cabin and sleeps 6 comfortably. Camping area available. Pets are welcome with an additional fee. The space is rustic and cozy, you have everything you need in this 700-square-foot log cabin. There is a queen-sized bed in the bedroom and a queen-sized bed and a futon in the loft. Guests will have access to all 34 acres. The road is used by distant neighbors, so you may see their truck drive by occasionally. neighbors.

    The cabin is located in Rhododendron, located along the Mount Hood scenic byway on a 19th-century pioneer wagon route, it nestles into the western flank of the craggy peak. The terrain that proved so treacherous for wagons today makes for great mountain biking. With easy access to outdoor pursuits year-round, Rhododendron exudes the warmth of a friendly alpine town. Hit the trails, head to the slopes, or simply relax. The following are just a couple of the places to visit during your vacation stay.

    Mount Hood Scenic Byway. The glacier-caked summit of Oregon’s highest peak creates a dramatic centerpiece for this 100-mile route that skirts the mountain through fruit valleys and thick fir forest. There are few more iconic symbols of Oregon than Mt. Hood, the state’s highest point at 11,245 feet and the fourth-highest peak in the entire Cascade Mountain Range. Known as Wy’east to the Multnomah people, it is a dormant stratovolcano that last erupted in the 1780s. Twelve glaciers surround Hood’s pyramidal summit, a peak of incomparable alpine beauty that graces the horizon from Portland to beyond The Dalles.

    Hood River. An hour east of Portland, Hood River enjoys an enviable location where the Hood River, flowing down from Mt. Hood’s glaciers, meets the Columbia River. Long known as a fruit-processing center for the valley’s orchards, today Hood River is equally renowned for recreation. With plenty of public access to mountains, woods, and water, this lively town draws hikers, kayakers, cyclists, paddle-boarders, and other outdoor enthusiasts. Windsurfers and kiteboarders in particular come from all over the world to skim across the Columbia, fueled by the natural wind tunnel formed by the Columbia River Gorge.

    Hood River Valley. From Hood River, the byway leads south on OR-35 through the broad Hood River Valley along part of the Hood River County Fruit Loop. Fertile volcanic soils, glacial water, and a temperate climate have made the valley one of the most prolific fruit-growing regions in the world. Pear, cherry, and apple trees and, increasingly, vineyards checkerboard the valley, along with berry farms, alpaca ranches, and hilltop fields of lavender.

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