Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge

RCTP_online-dashboard_mtHood_370The tourism region of Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge consists of portions of Multnomah, Wasco and Clackamas Counties, and all of Hood River County. Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs (CCTCA) or Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory, has been appointed as the tourism entity to contract with Travel Oregon to represent the region. This organization works in close collaboration with members of the Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge Regional Tourism Alliance which includes representatives from the West Columbia Gorge Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center, Hood River County Chamber of Commerce, and the Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce. To review Mt Hood & Columbia River Gorge’s regional plans, please download the documents listed under “Regional Tourism Plan Details.”

 

Mt. Hood / Columbia River Gorge

  1. Gorge Tourism Studio Report Published; Next Tourism Studio Location Announced

    Travel Oregon has published a summary report that highlights the ongoing community work that began with the Gorge Tourism Studio…

  2. Applications Open July 10 for Travel Oregon’s Competitive Small Grants Program and Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants

    Travel Oregon is pleased to announce the opening of two matching grants program opportunities with a combined $358,000 of available…

  3. Ready, Set, GOrge! Campaign to Promote Safe, Fun, Sustainable Travel to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

    HOOD RIVER, Ore. (May 26, 2017) – A team of government and non-government entities have teamed up to launch helpful…

  4. Public Comment Closes May 1

    We want to hear from you! Let us know your thoughts on Travel Oregon’s 2017-2019 Draft Strategic Plan. The plan…

  5. REMINDER: Comment Period Open for Travel Oregon’s 2017-2019 Draft Strategic Plan

    Travel Oregon’s 2017-2019 Draft Strategic Plan opened for public comment on March 21, 2017. A public hearing and comment opportunity…

Want more information about Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge?

If you have additional questions or comments about Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge, please contact the appropriate member of the Travel Oregon staff listed below.

  1. Harry Dalgaard
  2. Scott West