Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge

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The Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge Regional 2019-2021 Draft Strategic Plan is now available for review and comment.

The 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. The Oregon Tourism Stewardship Award Goes to Friends of the Columbia Gorge, Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge Regional Tourism Alliance

    The Oregon Tourism Stewardship Award presented at the 2019 Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Eugene, recognizes outstanding contributions of a tourism-related activity…

  2. OTIS Now Serving Wine (Data)

    We are excited to announce the Oregon Wine Board (OWB) tasting room database is now powering Wine & Wineries listings…

  3. Register for the Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit

    Registration is now open for the 2019 Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit, May 13-14, at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes in…

  4. Applications Open for Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants Program

    Travel Oregon is now accepting applications for Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants funding. The program awards grants to eligible…

  5. Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism: What You Need to Know

    Attendee registration and hotel room blocks open next month:  Registration for the annual Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism opens Monday, February…

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