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ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Portland Oregon Sign, 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 97209-4038-Duration: 2 minutesStop At: Crown Point State Park, Not Available, Corbett, OR 97019Millions of people visit the Columbia River Gorge each year, and one of the most popular stops and view points is at Crown Point. On this tour, we fly past this popular landmark offering a unique vantage point of the cliffs that the Vista House sits atop.Duration: 2 minutesStop At: Latourell Falls, Guy W. Talbot State Park., Corbett, ORLatourell Falls is a waterfall along the Columbia River Gorge in the U.S. state of Oregon, within Guy W. Talbot State Park. The Historic Columbia River Highway passes nearby, and at certain locations the Lower falls are visible from the road. From the air, it’s all visible.Duration: 2 minutesStop At: Multnomah Falls, 53000 E Historic Columbia River Hwy, Bridal Veil, OR 97010Multnomah Falls is the most visited natural recreation site in the Pacific Northwest with more than 2 million stopping by each year to take in the views! Fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain, the flow over the falls varies, but is usually highest during winter and spring. This is also one of the best places in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to study geology exposed by floods. Duration: 2 minutesStop At: State Route 14 in Beacon Rock State Park, North Bonneville, WABeacon Rock is the 57,000 year-old plug of relatively young cinder cone, now considered the most recent extrusion of the Boring Lava Field. The ice age Missoula Floods scored away the volcano's rubbly flanks, leaving a freestanding monolith that has become one of the most recognizable symbols of the Columbia River Gorge.Duration: 2 minutesPass By: Bonneville Lock & Dam, Cascade Locks, OR 97014-0150-Stop At: Envi Adventures, 1350 NW Perimeter Way, Troutdale, OR 97060-9563Our most popular tour option flies you through the Columbia River Gorge from the western entrance in Troutdale, past Crown Point, above Rooster Rock, with awesome views of Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil falls, the world famous Multnomah Falls, and so many more. This flight is the most popular for a reason and you should absolutely come and see why for yourself. Duration: 10 minutes
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Portland Oregon Sign, 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 97209-4038-Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Crown Point State Park, Not Available, Corbett, OR 97019Millions of people visit the Columbia River Gorge each year, and one of the most popular stops and view points is at Crown Point. On this tour, we fly past this popular landmark offering a unique vantage point of the cliffs that the Vista House sits atop.Duration: 2 minutesStop At: Sandy River Delta Park, Crown Point Hwy, Troutdale, OR 97060-Duration: 2 minutesStop At: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, OregonThe Columbia River Gorge is a canyon of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Up to 4,000 feet deep, the canyon stretches for over 80 miles as the river winds westward through the Cascade Range forming the boundary between the State of Washington to the north and Oregon to the south.Duration: 20 minutes
Explore the waterfront and historic parts of town.
This private and custom tour designed to show you as many thrift stores as time allows. Lunchtime will be at Portland's famous food carts or a restaurant. Popular destinations include Goodwill (several locations including the famous "bins"), Value Village, the Salvation Army, William Temple House, Red Fox Vintage, the Buffalo Exchange, and Rerun. About Your Guide: Sarah Bott is a 21-year Portland resident and longtime former spokesperson for the City of Portland and State of Oregon. During her career she worked for three Portland mayors, the parks department, local water utility, and state environmental protection agency. TShe lives in NE Portland and operates the Woodlawn Neighborhood Guest House (www.woodlawnguesthouse.com)
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Ecola State Park, Cannon Beach, OR 97110After driving through the lush Coast Range Mountains, our first stop will be at one of our coastline's most breathtaking vistas which inspired William Clark (of the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition) to write in poetic fashion when his party first arrived in 1805, “… I beheld the grandest and most pleasing prospects my eyes had ever surveyed in front of a boundless ocean!”. That same sense of wonder still rings true for all who stand at Ecola Point, feel the salty sea air upon their face and cast their gaze out over the swirling blue-green waters of the mighty Pacific. The striking shoreline is dotted with dozens of dramatic basalt islands and arches, complimented by windswept rolling hills decorated with gnarled, ancient Sitka Spruce trees. Ecola has many beautiful locations of interest to explore and we may take a deeper dive into the park to search for wild herds of Roosevelt Elk, black bear, bald eagles, osprey, raccoons and even the mythical Sasquatch who roam these very forests!Duration: 1 hourStop At: Indian Beach, Canon Beach Trail, Cannon Beach, OR 97110If the flow of the day and time allow, sometimes your guide will choose to visit Indian Beach and stroll along the vast stretch of this exceedingly picturesque surfing beach peppered with rocky islands. As another fun option, sometimes we enjoy a short hike to a stunning viewpoint while walking through lush temperate rainforest filled with huckleberries, salmonberries, thimbleberries, ferns, lichens and liverworts which grow prolifically upon the colorful tapestry of the forest floor. Stroll through this unique forest surrounded by towering old-growth Spruce, majestic Hemlock and sacred Western Red Cedar arboreal giants! Your guide will unravel the myriad fascinating Native American uses of many of these forest treasures and we'll discuss some of the cinematic fame these forests and beaches have garnered throughout the years!Duration: 1 hourStop At: Cannon Beach, Cannon Beach, OregonAfter our adventure in Ecola State Park, guests will enjoy an hour or so to wander through the streets of the charming seaside town of Cannon Beach, take in the many art galleries and eccentric culture, pick up a souvenir if desired and eat lunch at one of the many tasty bistros, restaurants, charcuteries, coffee shops and cafes. Of course, fresh seafood is always on the menu everywhere and fresh Pacific Coast salmon, steelhead, halibut, mussels, clams, chowder, crab and other tasty Northwest delicacies are always sure to please the palate! There are several top notch local micro-breweries, a micro distillery and multiple wine shops (often featuring our world-class Pinot Noir) if you care to imbibe in style! For those with a sweet tooth looking to indulge your cravings, Cannon Beach features a mouth-watering bakery, chocolate truffle stands, a very popular creperie and several salt water taffy and ice cream cone shops, which are sure to bring a smile to every traveler's face.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Haystack Rock, Us 101, Cannon Beach, OR 97110After lunch we often visit the world-famous Haystack Rock and learn about its fascinating geological history while observing the dozens of rare and beautiful nesting sea birds which make this dramatic 235-foot-tall basalt island their home! The lovable and iconic Tufted Puffin (think of a parrot crossed with a penguin) chooses to nest here by burrowing up to 6-feet deep into the grassy northern slope of the rock tower and raises its young within easy binocular range of the prolific tide pools below. These remarkable birds spend their winters on the open ocean, chasing fish and invertebrates by "flying" over 100 feet below the waves! If we happen to arrive at low tide, travelers always delight in wandering through the tide pools which reveal themselves between the shore and this beloved intertidal sea stack. Purple sea urchins, green anemones, red sea cucumbers, nudibranchs, mussels, chiton, limpets, various crabs and colorful sea stars abound in this fragile and delicate ecosystem!Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Hug Point State Park, Highway 101, Cannon Beach, ORThe next adventure often includes a stop at Hug Point (tides permitting) which stuns travelers with its many caves, colorful sandstone cliff features, sweeping vistas, charming short hikes and even a waterfall which pours right down onto the beach during some portions of the year! Learn about the pioneers' and early settlers' use of the area and revel in the majesty of the mighty Pacific. Many tales of buried treasure, pirate smugglers, native American legends and ship-wrecked Spanish galleons from the 1600’s abound! This location is sometimes in place of Oswald-West State Park (or vice-versa) depending on the flow of the day, lunch time, previous hikes, stops and travelers' interests. Hug Point boasts some of the most incredible vistas of the whole coast line with many hidden perches and lookouts which offer up jaw-dropping photograph opportunities! Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Oswald West State Park, Oregon Coast Hwy, Manzanita, ORYour guide has access to many different hidden gems along the coast and depending on time may choose to take you into the 2,484-acre Oswald West State Park to explore the beloved Short Sands beach which involves a beautiful ½-mile stroll through gigantic old-growth temperate rainforest, often brimming with fresh wild berries, which can be plucked right from the forest depending on the season. We follow the meandering path of Short Sands Creek which eventually makes its way out onto what the local surfers lovingly refer to as, “Shorty’s”! This iconic surfing beach also has a small waterfall at the far end, dramatic examples of geologic uplifting and tilting of the marine floor sediments, beautiful densely forested lava cliffs, sea birds galore and an endless supply of perfect waves rolling in. The park was named after Oregon’s 14th governor, Os West, who battled tirelessly to pass the famous “beaches bill” which ensured that all 363 miles of Oregon coastline are public!Duration: 1 hourStop At: Neahkahnie Mountain, Oregon 97131, USAIf time permits we may also stop at a stunning viewpoint on Neahkahnie mountain which offers tremendous 180-degree views of the coast, Nehalem Bay, the charming seaside town of Manzanita and is one of the best spots in Oregon to spot Grey Whales on their 12,000 mile long migration between Alaska and Baja California. After an incredible day of exploring and sight seeing, we return to Portland back through the Clatsop and Tillamook forests and may possibly catch a glimpse of several of the Cascadian volcanoes before being dropped off back in the city with ample time to head out on the town and enjoy a world class meal, a tasty micro-brew or dozens of live music and cultural opportunities. Guests always return refreshed, invigorated and thrilled with the unspoiled, underdeveloped and wild nature of the uniquely scenic Oregon "People's Coast"!Duration: 20 minutes
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Haystack Rock, Us 101, Cannon Beach, OR 97110Wander in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark as you explore the beach and majestic Haystack Rock. Duration: 25 minutesStop At: Cannon Beach, Cannon Beach, OregonHave lunch in Cannon Beach and browse in the many quaint stores and shops.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Ecola State Park, Cannon Beach, OR 97110Pass through a preserved old-growth forest on the way to Ecola state park and hike out to view the sea lions and seabirds.Duration: 25 minutesStop At: Short Sands Beach, Manzanita, OR 97130Hike through old growth forests to yet another stunning beach area.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Neahkahnie Viewpoint, Oswald West State Park, Arch Cape, OR 97102Breathtaking views from this stunning viewpoint.Duration: 10 minutes