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Olympic Peninsula, Washington State

Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula offers delightful landscapes to explore: alpine meadows, rainforest
valleys and more than 70 miles of wild Pacific coastline. Enjoy small, friendly towns, scenic byways and magical waterfalls. Savor Olympic Coast Cuisine all along the way!

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Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula is located in the northwest corner of Washington State, west of Seattle across the waters
of Puget Sound. The Peninsula is home to Olympic National Park, the United States’ third most-visited of the western National Parks with nearly a million acres and over 900 miles of hiking trails. In the center of the peninsula are the Olympic Mountains with 60 glaciers. To the west are the dense rainforest valleys where rainfall can approach 200 inches a year, and 73 miles of hikeable, pristine, Pacific coastline that is accessible by car in only a few places. In the rainshadow of the mountains, Sequim (‘Skwim’) enjoys the lowest annual rainfall in western Washington! The Peninsula is bordered to the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca with easy access to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and to the east by the Hood Canal, a 60-mile long glacier-carved fjord. US Hwy 101 encircles the Peninsula, touching towns and special places with access to many more. The entire Peninsula has a rural nature, with around 135,000 residents in a 3.5 million acre region, Port Angeles the largest town with around 20,000 people. The incredible array of waterfront, wilderness and wildlife make the Olympic Peninsula a nature lovers’ dream-come-true. Don’t miss the Strait of Juan de Fuca National Scenic Byway, the Victorian Seaport of Port Townsend, the glacier-carved Hood Canal, The Makah Museum and Cape Flattery and the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail. Climate is mild year round, with highs rarely over 80 and infrequent, short-lived snowfalls.

Website: http://www.OlympicPeninsula.org

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Un-Cruise Adventures

CHOOSE TO UN-CRUISE

Then pack, go, and discover! Our unmatched adventures go eye-to-eye with wildlife; one-on-one with culture; kayak and hike, or relive history from aboard an expedition vessel, upscale yacht, or turn-of-the-century coastal steamer. Uncover your small ship cruise—Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, Columbia & Snake Rivers, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, coastal Washington, and British Columbia.
Unrushed. Uncrowded. Unbelievable.

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Headquartered at historic Fishermen’s Terminal in Seattle, Washington, Un-Cruise Adventures offers an alternative to traditional cruises by taking guests into areas inaccessible to large ships and on excursions that are exclusive, private, and unavailable to most other travelers.

In 1997, American Safari Cruises pioneered yacht cruising in Alaska. InnerSea Discoveries enjoyed its inaugural season of expedition-style active exploration of Southeast Alaska’s Inside Passage in summer 2011. In January 2013, the company changed its name to Un-Cruise Adventures.

Un-Cruise Adventures offers several styles to choose from: Active Adventures; Luxury Adventures; Heritage Adventures; and Charter Adventures—each designed to provide a unique experience. Wildlife is eye-to-eye, culture is one-on-one, and small-group explorations are life-changing.

ACTIVE ADVENTURES are launched from three expedition vessels: 60-guest Wilderness Adventurer; 76-guest Wilderness Discoverer; and 76-guest Wilderness Explorer. Destinations include Southeast Alaska and Coastal Washington.

LUXURY ADVENTURES are operated aboard four of upscale yachts: 22-guest Safari Quest; 36-guest Safari Explorer; 64-guest Safari Voyager; and 86-guest Safari Endeavour. Destinations include Southeast Alaska, Columbia & Snake Rivers, the Hawaiian Islands, Mexico's Sea of Cortés, Coastal Washington, and British Columbia.

HERITAGE ADVENTURES operate from the 88-guest S.S. Legacy, a replica turn-of-the-century coastal steamer. Destinations include Southeast Alaska and Columbia and Snake Rivers.

CHARTER ADVENTURES provide private exploration for your exclusive group or special occasion on any of our Un-Cruise explorations.

Website: www.Un-Cruise.com

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Long Beach Peninsula, WA

Start with a wide-open, windswept beach. Add sensational restaurants, ocean-view lodging, lighthouses, festivals, museums, galleries, seafood markets, wild spaces, and meandering trails. The results: The Long Beach Peninsula, one of the Northwest’s most enjoyable and refreshing getaway destinations. Discovery Awaits!

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A scenic 2.5-hour drive from Portland and 3.5-hours from Seattle, the Long Beach Peninsula has been sought out for relaxation and recreation for over a century.

This 28-mile long spit of land in the southwestern-most corner of Washington is home to a string of coastal communities – Long Beach, Ilwaco, Seaview, Ocean Park, and Oysterville among them.

The Peninsula is notable for exceptional dining, welcoming accommodations, unique shops, and fine art galleries. Freshly caught seafood is abundant, and the Northwest tradition of digging for razor clams remains strong here. Chefs celebrate wild mushrooms and local cranberry harvests in the fall. Oysters, available from Willapa Bay year round, are at their best from December through May.

Attractions include national and state parks, two historic lighthouses, an 8.5-mile paved coastal trail, a wildlife refuge, the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, one-of-a-kind museums, and a 20-plus mile long stretch of wide, sandy, public beach.

Festivals and events are plentiful, especially from spring through fall. Among them are the Doggie Olympic Games, SandSations, Jazz & Oysters, Blues and Seafood, and the Washington State International Kite Festival. Favorite activities include leisurely biking and hiking, beachcombing, bird watching, charter fishing excursions, horseback riding, surfing, and kite flying.

Website: http://FunBeach.com

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Lewis Clark Valley - Hells Canyon

Your adventure is waiting! Jet boat, kayak, raft or explore Hells Canyon. Check a helicopter tour or hot air balloon adventure off your bucket list. Taste local wines and microbrews. Visit our website for specials, www.hellscanyonvisitor.com or call 877.774.7248.

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The Lewis-Clark Valley (Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston Washington) is rich with traditions and stories. For centuries the area has been home to the Nez Perce Indians, who traveled through the valley and lived off the land and rivers. In 1805, the Corps of Discovery explorers, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, were welcomed by the native people. That historical meeting led to the naming of our cities in honor of the explorers.
Today, we’re known as the gateway to Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river gorge. Recreational opportunities for jet boating, whitewater rafting, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping are limitless. Miles of levee pathways follow the rivers for walking, jogging and biking. The mild winter climate allows for year-round golfing, while being only a short drive away from snow skiing and snowmobiling. The Lewis-Clark Valley is a recreational paradise teeming with history and natural beauty.
Annual events include Dogwood Festival (a celebration of arts and culture in April), NAIA World Series Baseball Tournament (May), Rockin’ on the River (concert in July), Hot August Nights (car show and shine and concert), Lewiston Roundup (September), Clearwater-Snake Steelhead Derby (the largest steelhead derby, held during Thanksgiving Week) and Winter

Website: www.VisitLCValley.com

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Bellingham, Whatcom County, WA

Request a free Visitors Guide from Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism. Bellingham is located in Northwest Washington between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. It consistently ranks among the best places to paddle, live, and play year round. Plan your trip at http://www.Bellingham.org.

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Bellingham, WA consistently ranks among the top 10 best places to live and retire and is known as one of the “hippest, healthiest, and most adventure-packed” small cities in America. It has earned recognition as a “Best Place to Play Year-Round”, “Coastal Dream Town,” “Top 10 Adventure Town,” “Best Paddling Town in the USA”, and “Best Ski Town.”

Bellingham is located 90 miles north of Seattle and 50 miles south of Vancouver, BC, and it’s easy to get to via car, train, bus, airplane (BLI) or ferry (to/from Alaska or Lummi Island).

Visitors can tap into their sense of adventure paddling in Bellingham Bay or skiing, snowboarding or hiking on Mount Baker. Other must-see’s include Bellingham’s Arts District, Historic Fairhaven, Lummi Island, Western Washington University, and Chuckanut Drive. Bountiful farms, trails, parks, rivers and lakes add to the scenery and offer great access to the great outdoors. One of the best ways to explore Bellingham and surrounding Whatcom County is by bike, whether you’re a serious cyclist, downhill mountain biker or casual cruiser.

And don’t forget about Ski to Sea. And the locally-brewed beer. The small town charm. The clean air. The family-friendly everything. Be in Bellingham.

Website: http://www.Bellingham.org/

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Whidbey and Camano Islands, WA

Cross over by bridge or ferry and find yourself in a different world. So close, just a short drive from Seattle or Vancouver, BC. Come find out why Whidbey and Camano Islands are called “the Shortest Distance to Far Away®.”

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Cross over by bridge or ferry and find yourself in a different world. A short drive from Seattle or Vancouver, BC, Whidbey and Camano Islands are called “the Shortest Distance to Far Away®.” Loaded with first rate lodging, dining and shopping options; visitors may wander miles of beaches, state parks, forests and farmland. Surrounded by mountains, the rain shadow creates a picturesque and pleasant year round climate.
• Dine on food and wine from local farms and the surrounding waters, including famous Penn Cove mussels.
• Both islands offer historic places to explore like Ebey’ Landing, Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Deception Pass Bridge, Fort Casey and the state’s second oldest town of Coupeville.
• A haven for artists, enjoy festivals and galleries, including those in the seaside town of Langley and on Camano Island.
• Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy cycling, diving, kayaking, zipping, horseback riding, hiking, and kite boarding.
• Oak Harbor is home to NAS Whidbey and the new Naval Heritage Center.
• Antique stores and thrift shops are abundant in Freeland and Clinton.
• Both islands offer world-class accommodations. Our six Chambers of Commerce will help you find the perfect place to stay.

Website: www.WhidbeyCamanoIslands.com

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Tri-Cities, WA

The Tri-Cities is in the Heart of Washington Wine Country featuring riverfront lodging, dining, trails, and 300 days of sunshine.

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The Tri-Cities, made up of Kennewick, Pasco, Richland and West Richland, is located in Heart of Washington Wine Country featuring riverfront dining, lodging, trails, and 300 days of sunshine.

Fun in the sun is a way of life in the Tri-Cities where river action abounds on the Columbia, Snake, and Yakima rivers. Recreation and sports enthusiasts will love their time in the Tri-Cities with everything from bicycling to hiking, hunting to fishing, and kayaking to water-skiing, the recreational opportunities are endless. Due in part to an exceptional climate, golf is one of the Tri-Cities’ most popular sports. Ten beautiful courses challenge the most experienced golfer, and offer an enjoyable experience for the beginner as well.

Visitors will also enjoy unique shops and restaurants. Almost every item or service imaginable can be found at one or more of our stores and shopping centers. A fascinating variety is the only way to describe the many excellent dining choices that offer fin cuisine in pleasant surroundings. After dinner, enjoy an evening on the town. Listen to the symphony, watch a ballet, dance to a live band, or take in a play; all excellent ways to spend a Tri-Cities evening.

Website: www.VisitTri-Cities.com/

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Gig Harbor, WA

Gig Harbor is Washington’s Maritime Village with the most spectacular and iconic waterfront view of Mount Rainier. Take a boat tour, shop, kayak, dine or relax and drink a local microbrew, local distilled spirit or sip some wine. We’ll see you in the Gig.

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Welcome to Gig Harbor, Washington’s Maritime City. Grab a kayak or a latte, sip some wine or savor ice cream, put your feet up or slip on your running shoes. Whatever you fancy, we have it in Gig Harbor, named one of Smithsonian Magazine’s Top Five Small Towns for culture, heritage and charm. We encourage you to take your time and explore the entire peninsula area where you will find friendly local, spectacular scenery, beautiful open spaces, wonderful shopping & dining as well as fantastic local deals on overnight accommodations. You’ll also find a local microbrewery and distillery as well as monthly art walk, outdoor summer concerts and movies and festival and events nearly every weekend of the year. It’s time to get your Gig on in Gig Harbor. We look forward to seeing you in the Gig. www.gigharborguide.com

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Leavenworth, WA

Once a vibrant logging town, then teetering on extinction, and through perseverance, ingenuity and a lot of committed town people, Leavenworth has become the Bavarian Village, alive with activity year round.

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It helps that we are a beautiful, old world architecturally designed village, nestled in the magnificent Cascade Mountain Range, on the sunny side of the state! With live outdoor theater, nationally ranked outdoor recreational opportunities of enormous proportions and the setting; remarkable sights, four spectacular seasons, each filled with adventure, festivals, food and fun.

We are never “out of season”! You can always get a chance to for a “Bavarian Sighting”; Icefest, Accordionfest, Maifest, Kinderfest, Oktoberfest, outdoor beer and brat garten’s, or the sweet melody of a drehorgelspieler (German organ grinder) and the twice daily alp horn concerts, all throughout the year. Uniquely too, when winter hits, Leavenworth continues the fun.

Leavenworth in the winter glistens with snow falling on our Village of Lights, and we are the place for a traditional, magical holiday experience. With sleigh rides, sledding, tubing, skiing, both Alpine and Nordic, snowmobiles, dog sleds, caroling, characters, concerts, and three magical weekends of Christmas Lighting, Leavenworth is your magical getaway!

Website: www.Leavenworth.org

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Skamania County, WA

Skamania County in southwestern Washington offers a multitude of experiences – from the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument and the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. A million acres - a million adventures await in Skamania County!

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Skamania County encompasses 1,077,760 acres in southwestern Washington state that is rich in natural beauty with something different to see and enjoy around every corner.
Mount St. Helens, with a dramatic and awesome presence, keeps watch over the northwest corner.
The Gifford Pinchot National Forest offers recreation seekers endless opportunities to year-round outdoor adventures – from the extreme to the sublime. And the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is attracting visitors from around the globe to experience its majestic vistas.
Combine the powerful impact of Mother Nature’s handiwork with the friendly people, premiere lodging, delicious dining, unique shopping and festive year-round events and we truly become the dream destination.

If you want to get to heaven in less than one hour, you have to cross the Bridge of the Gods!

Skamania County is just 45 minutes from Portland, Oregon via I-84 or travel scenic byway State Route 14 from Vancouver, Washington. And for the truly authentic experience, don’t forget that Skamania County is the only official Sasquatch Refuge in the country. Do your Bigfoot hunting right here where there are more reported sightings than anywhere else – just bring your camera because it is against the law to harm the elusive creature.

Website: www.Skamania.org

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Ellensburg, WA

Located in heart of Washington State, Ellensburg is equipped with some of the Pacific Northwest’s greatest scenic views, outdoor activities as well as eventful entertainment for all to enjoy!

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Ellensburg, Washington. Where is it? What is there to do? These are probably the most common first thoughts when asked about this spectacular city.

Located in heart of Washington State, Ellensburg is equipped with some of the Pacific Northwest’s greatest scenic views, outdoor activities as well as eventful entertainment for all to enjoy!

Between the many trails, the road side paths, the streaming Yakima River Valley and the unbelievable breath taking views, outdoor activities around Ellensburg are a piece of paradise for avid outdoorsy person. From biking or river rafting, to getting hooked fly fishing, the Yakima River which is home to some of the best trout fishing around, there is always an activity to do that is perfect for the whole family!

With many historic buildings most constructed in the late 19th century, several large museums & galleries, and annual events such as Dachshunds on Parade, Jazz in the Valley, and the Ellensburg Rodeo just to name a few. Ellensburg is known for bringing lots of fun crowds to enjoy the easy attitude and historic ambiance of this city.

There are many options to Eat, Meet, Stay, and Play in Ellensburg! For more information, visit www.myellensburg.com

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Pullman, WA

Capture Pullman’s college town spirit! You can enjoy photography, golf, biking, and WSU PAC 12
athletics surrounded by the surreal beauty that is the Palouse. Stay busy with museums, art galleries,
wineries and breweries and still find room to breathe!

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Tucked away in the ‘dune-like’ hills of Southeast Washington, the Palouse is a photographer’s dream. You can choose a family friendly hotels or a rustic bed and breakfast, grab a bite to eat in a unique restaurant, winery or brewpub, and explore historic downtown, the WSU campus and Pullman from the Riverwalk Trail system.

Visit the WSU Grizzly Bear Research Center, the only one like it in the world. The bears are most active in the afternoon, April through October. Check out the many galleries and museums and before you leave campus stop by Ferdinand’s Creamery to see how they make world famous ice-cream, milk shakes and cheeses. Try Palouse Crunch, a treat made from lentils grown right here on the Palouse. Don’t worry, tastes like toffee! And be sure to take home a round or two of Cougar Gold --fabulous cheese in a can!

Outdoor activities are as unique as the geology of the area: fishing or rafting the Snake River, golfing, hiking and biking over 35 miles of paved trails, or you can even come prepared to parasail off Steptoe Butte. Pullman has room to breathe…and play!

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The REACH Museum and Interpretive Center

In 2000, President Clinton established the 196,000-acre Hanford Reach National Monument, recognizing the historical, ecological and scientific importance of the last free-flowing section of the mighty Columbia River.
Today, The REACH stands as a gateway to the National Monument and a unique gathering place celebrating the stories of the Columbia River basin, its people, and their contributions to the region, nation and the world.
The REACH tells the stories of our region through an integrated series of indoor and outdoor exhibits.

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The REACH is the gateway to the National Monument and Manhattan Project
National Historic Park. The REACH tells the stories of the region through an
integrated series of interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits from the giant lava flows and cataclysmic ice age floods that sculpted the river’s course, to huge dams and irrigation canals that tapped its power to develop the region. Personal accounts and artifacts highlight how the top-secret Manhattan Project transformed the Mid-Columbia region during World War II, as engineers at the Hanford Site raced to produce material for the nuclear weapons that ended the war. Visitors learn how today Hanford’s nuclear legacy both threatens and helps to protect the unique desert and river ecosystems of the Hanford Reach.
A full program of tours from April to October link visitors and locals alike to the Mid- Columbia Basin’s unique natural ecology, with ice age, hiking, jet boat, wineries and agricultural tours.
The REACH is a hybrid museum that offers sweeping views of the Columbia River for meetings, weddings, receptions, conferences, corporate retreats, and holiday parties. The beautiful patio and outdoor amphitheater is perfect for picnics, concerts and theater performances. It is a destination not to be missed on your Tri Cities visit.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 9 -5, Sunday 10-5, Closed Mondays 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland WA. 509-943-4100, admissions: adult $8 student/senior $6 5&under free. Please see our website: VisitTheREACH.org

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Mt. Hood Territory, OR

There’s a wild and wonderful place that wants you to come out and play. Where big, snowy mountains meet tall trees. Where days are filled with history, huckleberry picking, biking, rafting, farmers markets and wineries. Where endless things to see and do make more reasons to smile.

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From the 11,245-foot peak of its most recognized landmark, majestic Mt. Hood, to the fertile Willamette Valley agritourism farms where homegrown specialties include tulips, berries, Christmas trees and wines, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory is ripe with activities to be explored. Area offerings include historic tales stretching back to pioneer days along the Oregon Trail and Barlow Road, an abundance of festivals and events, diverse lodging and tax-free shopping. Year-round recreation for all skill levels stretches from the mountain (skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing) to our rivers and lakes (whitewater rafting, kayaking, fishing and swimming) our trails (mountain biking, hiking, climbing and horseback riding) and other activities such as golfing and camping. Create your adventure at MtHoodTerritory.com

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Lincoln County, Oregon's Central Coast

The Central Oregon Coast stretches 60 miles from Yachats up to Lincoln City with Waldport, Newport, Toledo, Siletz and Depoe Bay in between.

If you're looking for places to stay, things to do, or events on the Oregon Coast you've come to the right place! Lighthouses, fishing, whale watching expeditions, hiking and camping are just a few of the things you can do on the Heart of the Oregon Coast.

Dive on in and check out the featured discounts and specials, download our visitor guide, or browse breathtaking photographs in our photo gallery. Whatever you do, come on over, feel the salt breeze on your face, hear the breakers crashing on the beaches and rocky shorelines or enjoy expansive views. And don't forget to take your shoes off to get your toes in the sand
and just relax in our backyard playground.

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Tillamook Coast

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For those needing to escape the stresses of everyday life and seek the transformative power of nature, the untamed and unspoiled beauty of the Tillamook Coast’s natural wonders are the perfect prescription for body and soul.
Only here will they find the enriching, revitalizing and adventure-filled encounters of Oregon’s most diverse and varied marine and rain forest environments, all in close proximity to low-key beach-front villages that have not been overdeveloped – and within 90
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Eugene, Cascades and Coast

xplore the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region of Oregon! In this adventure-driven destination, find yourself hiking to spectacular waterfalls or endless public beaches, kayaking white water or ocean estuaries, cycling through wine country or on Oregon's best trails, and while you're here, don't forget to sample the premier culinary bounty that awaits.

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Seaside, OR

Seaside has been the Northwest’s most popular ocean resort for over a century and is located just 90 minutes from Portland, on the beautiful Oregon coast. It is a destination paradise for a wide variety of reasons: its spectacular ocean views, miles of public beach, unique natural setting, mild ocean climate, outdoor activities, year-round events, excellent shopping, and unforgettable dining.

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Just 90 minutes from Portland, Seaside is Oregon’s first seashore resort town. Explore miles of sandy beach with the famous Tillamook Head as a backdrop. Walk, run or bike the 1.5-mile oceanfront Promenade, or take a stroll down Broadway where shops, restaurants and family fun attractions await. Historic sites are in abundance in and around Seaside with sites like the Seaside Historical Museum and the Lewis & Clark National Historical Park sites nearby. Seaside plays host to several big events each year, including a huge July 4th celebration with fireworks, parade and old-fashioned social. There are also classic car shows, the largest amateur beach volleyball tournament in the world, and festivals like a craft beer and the Jazz festival. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Seaside for the myriad recreational opportunities like hiking, biking, kayaking and even bird watching. Take a short, easy family hike at the estuary through Gateway Park or take on the more challenging of Saddle Mountain climb. Rent a kayak or bring your own and explore some of Seaside’s many waterways while you’re here. And, don’t forget your binoculars! There is whale watching, bird and other wildlife spotting opportunities galore. Seaside, more than just a day at the beach!

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Discover Klamath, OR

Klamath County is home to scenic beauty, cultural inspiration, outdoor adventures and small-town friendliness creating an experience you’ll want to visit again and again. You’ll be surprised by how much there is to do and see. Klamath County- Oregon Unexpected®.

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If you love year-round recreational opportunities such as fishing, hiking, biking, golfing, skiing and more, then you’ll fall in love with Klamath County. We are the home to scenic beauty, cultural inspiration, outdoor adventures and small-town friendliness creating an experience you’ll want to visit again and again. You’ll be surprised by just how much there is to do and see. Start your journey on the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway-All American Road at the Lava Beds National Monument where beginner and hard-core spelunkers can explore an underground world of caves consisting of 600 caves and spans over 28 miles. Visit our National Wildlife Refuges and see some of the 350+ species of migratory birds, making Klamath a bird-lovers paradise. Stay at the luxurious Running Y Ranch and golf the only Arnold Palmer designed course in Oregon. Board the Crater Lake Trolley and take a guided tour around the deep blue waters of Crater Lake National Park, the only National Park in Oregon and one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. Tour one of our various Klamath County Museums rich with diverse history. Fish our fantastic waters such as the Williamson, Klamath, Wood and Sprague Rivers. With plenty of bragging rights of their own are Upper Klamath, Agency, Miller, Crescent and Odell Lakes. You’ll soon realize you’ll never want to leave. Whether you’re looking for something to do, a place to stay, or the perfect way to spend an afternoon, we’ve got you covered in Klamath County where you’ll find Oregon Unexpected®.

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Medford and the Rogue Valley, OR

Medford & The Rogue Valley is the stage of Southern Oregon, where fine wine and gourmet food are stripped of pretense and art abounds. A cast of small towns, each a distinct character, welcomes you to their slice of the world.

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Tucked just north of the Siskiyou Mountains lies a valley of wonder waiting to be discovered. A short drive from the breathtaking beauty of Crater Lake, it sits halfway between San Francisco and Portland. Here a cast of small towns, each a distinct character, come together to put on countless great performances daily.

Medford & The Rogue Valley is the stage of Southern Oregon, where fine wine and gourmet food are stripped of pretense and art abounds on every corner. A culture of passion and creativity, bursting with excitement, waits to welcome you to their small slice of the world.

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Oregon's Washington County

Scenically situated between downtown Portland and the Oregon Coast, Washington County is an ideal vacation getaway in the Pacific Northwest, with a multitude of celebrated attractions and amenities that are as surprising as they are crowd pleasing.

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Oregon’s Washington County is the gateway to the Willamette Valley, and with more than 30 wineries, there are plenty of opportunities to taste a great Oregon wine. For a departure from the ordinary, visit the world’s only American owned-and-operated large-production saké brewery to taste a flight of locally produced saké. Or visit one of nearly a dozen craft beer breweries, right here on the outskirts of “beervana.”

Nature lovers, cyclists, hikers and bird watchers flock here year-round to take in the sights and sounds of the great outdoors. Several wetlands and nature preserves and parks offer magnificent photography and bird-spotting opportunities, while forested areas untouched by motor vehicles provide several miles of biking and hiking trails, from rugged to smoothly paved terrain.

During warm-weather months, water recreation, hot air balloon rides, glider plane flights, and the area’s only aerial ropes course and zip-line park provide a sense of adventure. From late-spring through early-autumn, the agricultural richness of Washington County is evident at nearly every turn. Crops are ready for the pickin’, and at area farms, picking your own fruit is encouraged, and locals and visitors alike gather at area farmers’ markets.

No trip to Oregon is complete without taking advantage of tax-free shopping. Washington County offers premier shopping, ranging from high-end retail centers to quaint antique stores and artisan shops featuring locally crafted delights.

Finally, all of the wine tasting, outdoor recreation, farm visits and shopping can really work up an appetite, and when it comes to dining, Washington County pleases with a mix of cuisines from the far reaches of the globe.

Whether visiting for a day, weekend or a full week, Oregon’s Washington County provides rewarding, affordable and memorable experiences. We can’t wait ‘til you get here. Cheers!

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The Dalles, OR

Sunny adventures and real Oregon history at the gateway of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area! Located at the eastern entrance of the Columbia Gorge, just 75 miles east of Portland, The Dalles is one of Oregon’s best escapes.

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Sunny adventures and real Oregon history at the gateway of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area! Located at the eastern entrance of the Columbia Gorge, just 75 miles east of Portland, The Dalles is one of Oregon’s best escapes. With 300 days of sun a year and fantastic recreational opportunities, it’s a wonderland for cyclists, hikers, river rafters, wildflower fanatics, photographers, fisherman, art lovers, and history buffs. Culturally, The Dalles is rich with history as its Oregon Trail charm is eminent through the roots of its community.
The downtown area is home to an assortment of dining and leisurely establishments. Petite Provence, Baldwin Saloon, Clock Tower Ales, and The Sunshine Mill Wine Tasting Room.
For the art and museum lovers, our area has quite a few places to visit. The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, Fort Dalles Museum, Maryhill Museum of Art, The Dalles Art Center, and the Original Wasco County Courthouse Museum.
The Dalles has a variety of fun events that celebrate our regions culture: The Northwest Cherry Festival, April 24-26; Gorge Open Artist Studio Tour, April 11-13; 10th Annual "Cherry of A Ride" cycling event, April 13; and much more. For more information on these events, stop by The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce office or visit our website www.thedalleschamber.com.
Steeped in tradition and surrounded by natural beauty, The Dalles radiates a cultural experience where destiny meets reality.
Visit us at 404 West 2nd Street, The Dalles, OR 97058
(541-296-2231)

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Pendleton, OR

In the big, open country of Eastern Oregon, the best part of the state in our way of thinking, we’re best known for being the home of the Pendleton Round-Up, Pendleton Woolen Mills and the Umatilla, Cayuse and Walla Walla Indian Nation. Every day craftsmen and makers of saddles, boots, hats, and silver engravers work in downtown shops. We’re proud of making items that are used daily by ranchers and cowboys. Pendleton is Handmade Everyday.

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Cowboys, Indians, Pioneers, Saddle Makers, Moonshiners, Gamblers and Working Girls are all part of Pendleton’s colorful past. Pendleton’s Court Street is built on the Old Oregon Trail. You’ll find a community that revels in its rich heritage but doesn’t live in the past. Come and see firsthand what “western hospitality” looks like. Welcome to Pendleton.

Pendleton Real West Film Festival - April 17 – 19
www.realwestfest.com

Pendleton Cattle Barons Weekend – May 8 – 10
www.cattlebarons.net

Pendleton Underground Comes Alive – May 16
www.pendletonundergroundtours.org

Color Dash – May 30
www.thecolordashk5.com

Pendleton’s 4th of July Celebrations – July 3 – 4
PGG Independence Day PBR & Barrels - Professional Bull Riding & Barrel Racing
www.pendletonroundup.com
Community Parade & Fireworks are must see events

Pendleton Bike Week – July 21 – 25
www.pendletonbikeweek.com

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Chehalem, OR

Named for the profusion of wildflowers in its springtime landscape, Chehalem Valley (Valley of the Flowers), is the inspiring gateway to Oregon’s Wine Country. Just 25 minutes from Portland or Salem and en route to the majestic Pacific Coast, Chehalem Valley delights visitors with scenic vineyards and over 200 wineries and an abundance of world class restaurants. The Chehalem Valley is also the home to the world renowned Allison Resort and Spa in Newberg, Oregon.

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Over 950 acres of parkland provide many opportunities to enjoy the mild climate of the Chehalem Valley. Champoeg State Park features camping, cycling, wildlife and a variety of events throughout the year. Enjoy a quiet paddle down the Willamette River from the Chehalem Paddle launch where kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddle boards are available for rent. Stroll downtown Newberg during First Friday Art Walk and experience live music at a coffee hours or wine tasting at the art galleries and area merchants. Take a Hot-air balloon ride over the picturesque country-side or experience wine-country on horseback. Visit Herbert Hoover’s boyhood home at Hoover-Minthorn House. Spend an evening at the quaint Cameo Theater or visit days gone by at the 99W drive-in theater.

Geographically Newberg is positioned in the perfect location to plan your next Oregon adventure from the epi-center of Oregon’s Wine growing region. Snuggle in at one of the area’s cozy bed and breakfasts or quality hotels and you’ll experience warm hospitality that matches the charm and beauty of the surrounding countryside. Spend your days touring small boutique wineries where you can visit with the winemaker during the day and dine at any number of farm-to-table restaurants at night. Experience the beauty of the Oregon Coast, Columbia River Gorge, Silver Creek Falls and more with a short 45 minute drive from the Newberg accommodations. Thirsty to experience all that Portland has to offer? You are still only 25 minutes away.

Contact a Tourism Specialist at 503-538-2014 for assistance planning your Oregon Wine Country adventure. Visit us online at www.chehalemvalley.org

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Fairbanks, Alaska

Go deep inside Alaska, where the unparalleled meets the unexpected. Fairbanks emanates a quality of light, energy and warmth found nowhere else on Earth. It’s not just our Northern Lights, which will change you, or our Midnight Sun, which will charm you. It’s the unexpected Alaska.

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Go deep inside Alaska, where the unparalleled meets the unexpected. Fairbanks emanates a quality of light, energy and warmth found nowhere else on Earth. For much of the year the northern lights shine brightly here. In summer the midnight sun will boost your energy when you think the day is already done. Alaska's second largest city, Fairbanks has been the heartbeat of the Interior Alaska for over 100 years. As the gathering place on the banks of the Chena River, Fairbanks is home to many cultures, a vivid arts community, sporting and outdoor enthusiasts, and America’s Arctic University.

With a rich gold rush history, our past and future blend easily. Historic log cabins mingle with award-winning modern designs. One may just as easily see a dog team crossing the road as be passed by an elegant limousine. A variety of accommodations, from ultra-modern hotels with wireless Internet to rooms sculpted from ice, make for an exciting stay. Flight seeing, gold panning, cross-country skiing and many other activities will make for an unforgettable experience.

Come and experience the light, energy and warmth of Fairbanks. It's the unexpected Alaska.

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Juneau, Alaska

All of the legendary experiences you expect to find on a trip to Alaska are in Juneau. Glaciers, wildlife, and wilderness are minutes from downtown. Alaska’s capital is a playground for adventure lovers and a whale watching and sportfishing paradise.

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Haines - The Adventure Capital of Alaska

Haines, Alaska is unlike any other destination. Their incredible history, fascinating culture, amazing scenery and outdoor adventures will provide you memories to last a lifetime.

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Haines boasts year round fun for the entire family. In the summer take part in spectacular hikes, rafting journeys on the Chilkat River, kayaking adventures on Chilkoot Lake, exhilarating jetboat rides, guided nature walks and many more activities. Plus, don’t forget about fishing for Alaska’s Pacific salmon.

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Priest Lake, ID

Hill’s Resort is a year-round destination resort located along the sandy shores of pristine Priest Lake, Idaho. Accommodations are available year-round and offer lakeside units, award winning dining room and enjoy golfing at the 18 hole Priest Lake Golf Course.

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Hill’s Resort is a year-round destination resort located along the sandy shores of pristine Priest Lake in North Idaho. The resort has been owned and operated by the Hill family since 1946. Accommodations are available year-round and offer fully furnished lakeside units, most with fireplaces. In addition to accommodations, the resort offers a small store and gift shop, full service restaurant, lounge, marina and many other services. The restaurant has received local and national recognition for its gourmet cuisine, served overlooking beautiful Priest Lake or outside on our lakeside deck. House specialties include Baby Back Ribs of Pork, Morel & Chanterelle mushroom entrees, and all things huckleberry.

Activities include water sports, boating, an 18 hole golf course, tennis, beach volleyball, mountain bike riding, hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and just relaxing and enjoying pristine Priest Lake and the Selkirk Mountain range. Groomed trails for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling await you from the door step of your unit.

The summer season brings people to Priest Lake to enjoy “Family Time.” Monday night beach movies, karaoke, pickleball tournaments, sunbathing and beach bonfires are all a part of vacationing at Hill’s Resort.

The atmosphere during the fall, winter, and spring months creates an excellent environment for special “Get Away” weekends. Packages are available mid October – mid June. The resort is also an ideal location for conferences and retreats, offering a place where the demands of the city and the interruptions of the workplace can be left behind.

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Idaho RV Campgrounds Association

Escape the crowds and high prices – set up camp and have more fun in Idaho!
For your FREE Idaho campground directory with information on ALL Idaho RV parks & campgrounds, visit us online at: www.rvidaho.org, or call 800-VISIT-ID

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RVers love Idaho! As the Northwest’s most scenically diverse state, Idaho has miles and miles of uncrowded roads, magnificent scenery and unlimited outdoor recreation. Idaho is home to thousands of miles of biking trails, mountains to climb, lakes to fish, 18 ski resorts and more whitewater than any other state in the lower 48. Enjoy whitewater rafting, wine country exploring, world-class fishing, amazing birding trails, historical tours and scenic byways. With more than 600 RV parks and campgrounds to welcome you home, so it’s easy to find your perfect RV space in Idaho’s perfectly wide open spaces!
For a FREE Idaho campground directory with information on ALL Idaho RV parks & campgrounds, visit us online at: www.rvidaho.org or call 800-VISIT-ID.

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Visit Pocatello, ID

Whether traveling through from Canada or on the way to Yellowstone National Park, Pocatello’s location on Interstate 15 makes it an ideal place to stop over for the night. Recharge your batteries in accommodations to suit your needs perfectly. Choose from
over 1,600 comfortable options including fantastic theme hotel rooms, scenic campsites and RV Parks, as well as contemporary national chains. To guide the way, we invite you to browse the lodging section at visitpocatello.com. Fill your evening, or even an extra day or two, with nearby nature trails, historic tours, whimsical shops & eateries featuring all types of delicious cuisines.

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Welcome to Pocatello, Idaho! Nestled in a beautiful valley of the Rocky Mountains, where the pine tree covered mountains of the Caribou Forest meet the sagebrush of the Snake River Plain. With a four-season climate and recreation for every season, the Pocatello area offers amazing outdoor recreation, scenic beauty, and rich history to entertain year round. Spend some time with us and you’ll begin to see why so many visitors return to call Pocatello home.

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Travel Yukon

Travel to Canada's Yukon - nestled next to Alaska, the Yukon is one of the last great untouched wilderness regions on earth. Larger than the state of California and home to just 36,000 people, you're sure to find plenty of stunning scenery and smooth highways to enjoy amongst our wide-open spaces.

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Close your eyes and breathe in crisp Yukon air. Smell spruce sap and the earthy scent of tundra. Now open them and drink in Yukon landscapes under a brilliant Midnight Sun! Dip your hands into the clearest and purest water you've ever seen. Watch a grizzly foraging in a meadow of lupines. A bald eagle soaring high overhead. A moose and her calf munching on water lilies in a pond.

It's all here in Canada's Yukon - one of the last great untouched wilderness regions on earth. Larger than the state of California and home to just 36,000 people, you're sure to find plenty of adventure among our wide-open spaces. Home to some of Canada's most stunning scenery, the continent's tallest mountains, the world's largest non-polar ice field, and the 2nd longest river in North America.

But just because you're taking a break from civilization doesn't mean you're removed from it. Over 4000km of government highways - including Canada's only to cross the Arctic Circle - whisk you to the backcountry in a hurry.

Along the way our experienced tour operators, luxurious lodges and B&B's, great restaurants, buzzing coffee houses, glitzy galleries, funky festivals - all within a short drive of pristine wilderness - ensure your comfort and fun. Whatever you choose to do, a Yukon summer vacation brings with it the magic of the Midnight Sun. Up here, 24/7 adventure really is possible!

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