Oregon and Washington State combine to create the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Rich in natural beauty, Oregon features the adventurous city of Portland, a beautiful coastline, and the Crater Lake National Park, and plenty of outdoor adventures. Columbia River Gorge and the Mount Hood Territory provide a scenic backdrop to the hip vibe in Portland. Oregon boasts 630 miles of unspoilt Pacific coastline. In Southern Oregon, Crater Lake — the deepest in the USA
— sits atop the Cascade Mountain Range and the historic towns of the Rogue Valley are waiting to be discovered.
Washington rests at the boundary to Vancouver Canada, with Olympic National Park extending from the ocean beaches to the mountain tops — with a lush rainforest within. Mount Rainier National Park has dense forests, waterfalls and hiking opportunities with the 4,400–meter namesake mountain at its centre. Seattle is known for its natural beauty and is the site of the first Starbucks! Pike Place Market, the Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass among its many popular attractions. Exploring the Pacific Northwest provides a wondrous blend of countryside, mountains and beaches. Go whale watching, almost any time of the year! From the pinot noir vineyards of the Willamette Valley Oregon to Columbia Valley in Washington vineyards and wineries offer tours and tastings.
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We have travelled extensively in The West and are happy to help plan a trip just for you.
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