Take a first class excursion on the famous Mt. Hood Railroad. Get a luxurious seat in the First Class Dome Car for just $22 per ticket ($45 value), with panoramic views of the passing fall foliage of the Columbia Gorge punctuated by the awe inspiring, majestic views of Mt. Hood and Mt.
With the convenience of both departure and arrival into the historic and quaint town of Hood River just 60 miles east of Portland, this sounds like a perfect fall day trip!
More details on the trip:
“En route the train will stop at The Fruit Company where passengers will discover produce history while visiting the Fruit Heritage Museum. View the gifting operation, learn about pears in the interactive displays and shop in the Marketplace that features world renowned fresh fruit. An optional gourmet lunch & a variety of beverages are available for purchase when making your reservation.
Arriving in Parkdale, enjoy a complimentary pass to the Hutson Museum were you will see Native American artifacts with an extensive collection of arrowheads and Pioneer memorabilia. Take in vistas of meadows, orchard lands and vineyards with Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams as dramatic backdrops. Be sure to bring a camera, for each season displays its own beauty.”
Have you taken a trip with the Mt. Hood Railroad yet? What was your experience?
May purchase multiples. May purchase additional as gifts. A limit of 1,000 will be sold. Ticket is valid for first class upper dome seats on the Regular Excursion Train. Please call to make reservations. There is a 48 hour cancellation policy. Train runs Wednesdays – Saturdays in August, Thursdays – Saturdays in September and Fridays and Saturdays in October. Excursions depart at 10:00am and return at 2:45pm. You may bring your own snacks/meal or pre-order a meal prior to your trip for just $10 additional paid to Mt. Hood Railroad. Not valid with any other offers or discounts. No change given. No cash value. Entire voucher must be used in one visit. Valid after 8/31/12. You must PRINT VOUCHER and bring it with you. Promotional value expires October 27, 2012, subject to state laws and regulations