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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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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.

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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!

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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

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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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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.

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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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Un-Cruise Adventures

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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.
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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.

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