Planning to travel?
We’ve outlined some ways to get here, get around, and stay comfortably. We’ll be so glad to see you.
getting to oregon
Portland (where PDX, the major airport, is located) and Mosier are both in the Northwest corner of the state, along Interstate 84. If traveling from another state, you may find it easiest to fly into PDX. A fun fact: PDX has been named America’s Best Airport several years in a row. It’s also a good place to check off some Portland-tourism items: Pok Pok, Stumptown Coffee, Pendleton Woolen Mills, the Hollywood Theater, the Country Cat, and Powell’s all have mini-locations at PDX.
getting to mosier
Mosier, OR is a small town in Wasco County, seven miles East of Hood River. I-84 runs through Portland and along the Columbia River Gorge. Mosier is Exit 69 on I-84, and this is the most direct route to Runcible Cider. Hood River is accessible by train, shuttle, and bus.
We will provide shuttle bus service between Portland, Hood River, and Runcible Cider on September 14. The shuttle will pick up riders in East Portland at 3:00pm, stop to pick up additional riders in Hood River at 4:30pm, and drop everyone off at Runcible Cider by 5:00. The shuttle will load up return riders from Runcible Cider at about 10:00pm that night, then drop off in Hood River and Portland. Just let us know if you’d like to use the shuttle and we’ll make sure you have a seat.
Places to stay
You are welcome to pitch a tent or haul a trailer and camp at Runcible Cider. We will plan to have outdoor restrooms and tent sites. Please reach out to one of the hosts if you are interested in camping, and we will be happy to accommodate you.
Many homes and private rooms are available in Mosier, Hood River, Bingen, and other towns in the Columbia Gorge, as well as in Portland.
Local vacation-rental site used by community members in Hood River and surrounding towns.