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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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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.

Website: www.explorefairbanks.com

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    Kenai Peninsula

    Located just south of Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula offers Alaska’s best scenery and activities – all within a day’s drive. No other destination offers such an accessible up close and personal Alaskan experience. That’s why we are known as Alaska’s Playground.

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    WELCOME TO THE KENAI-ALASKA’S PLAYGROUND. The Kenai is a top pick for first-time Alaska travelers, home to the state’s most accessible wilderness. Here you will discover what Alaskans already know… The Kenai is not behind safety glass, or a deck rail. Your face feels the cold wind on the train and our heart pounds with the strike of a monster fish. Your adrenaline rushes at the sight of a bear, you’re your skin chills as you step on a glacier.

    Nothing about the Kenai Peninsula is formal or stuffy. In fact, no other Alaskan destination offers such an up close and personal Alaska experience, all within a day’s drive of Anchorage. With over 16,000 sq. miles of extraordinary adventure and excitement to choose from just South of Anchorage, even the rest of the state comes here when they need a reminder of why they moved to Alaska in the first place. That’s why we are known as Alaska’s Playground.
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    Website: http://www.kenaipeninsula.org

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    Mt. Hood Territory, OR

    Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. 100 Ways to Play.

    There’s a wild and wonderful place that wants you to come out and play. Where snowy mountains meet tall trees. Where days are filled with history, biking, rafting, farms 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 majestic Mt. Hood, to the fertile Willamette Valley farms, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory is rich with activities to be explored.

    Year-round recreation for all skill levels stretches from the mountain (skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing) to our rivers and lakes (rafting, kayaking and fishing) our trails (biking, hiking and horseback riding) and other activities such as golfing and camping.

    Celebrate snow sports at historic Timberline Lodge & Ski Area, North America’s longest ski season. Shred some nighttime powder at Mt. Hood Skibowl, or come summertime, kids young and old will enjoy the Alpine Slide and other activities at the Mt. Hood Adventure Park.

    Area offerings include historic tales stretching back to pioneer days along the Oregon Trail and Barlow Road. Modern-day pioneers will love hitting the closest whitewater to Portland for rafting or kayaking on the Clackamas River. For a more relaxed journey, set out on a kayak to explore the Willamette River to historic Willamette Falls.

    The Territory’s abundance of urban, touring and mountain biking options attract cyclists. Take your adrenaline to the limit on the Sandy Ridge Trail System with 15 miles of single-track and Mt. Hood Skibowl’s lift-assisted Mountain Bike Park.

    Stroll through tulip and dahlia fields, pet adorable alpacas and end the day sipping a glass of pinot with the winemakers on our farm loops. Urban explorers may savor and share the experience of a farm-to-table communal dinner or choose from an abundance of festivals and events, diverse lodging and tax-free shopping.

    Website: www.mthoodterritory.com

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    Discover Klamath, Oregon

    Ahh, Klamath! The very home of Crater Lake National Park. Half a hop from the Lava Beds National Monument. You really need to get down here and see it! Come on. Meet me in Klamath!

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    Klamath County is smack dab in the middle of the largest migratory bird route in the west, Native American and World War II sites that will really get you thinking. Raft on class IV whitewater or serenely drift on meandering rivers chock full of ravenous trout that practically leap into your boat. Oh and centuries of stunning cycling and mountain biking. Hiking? Oh, yes there's hiking. And did I mention Crater Lake? I did! Well, there's just so much to do here, you really need to get down here and see it for yourself. Come on. Meet me in Klamath!

    Website: http://www.meetmeinklamath.com/

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    Lewis-Clark Valley, Hells Canyon

    Plan an adventure in Hells Canyon, North America's Deepest River Gorge. Tour the newest wine region that's producing small-batch, award-winning wines. It's an adventure with a sense of intrigue, history, wildlife, and culture. Make memories of a lifetime!

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    Whether you're at the top of the Lewiston Hill overlooking more than 2,000 feet above the confluence of the Clearwater and Snake rivers, or the depths of Hells Canyon, the views are awe-inspiring and dramatic.

    Known as the Gateway to Hells Canyon, the Lewis Clark Valley has long been a meeting place. It's where Idaho meets Washington, Lewiston meets Clarkston and Asotin, the Clearwater River meets the Snake River, and where Lewis and Clark met the Nez Perce. It's where you will meet the adventure of a lifetime with all the recreational and cultural offerings.

    A must-see is Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river gorge. Our region is filled with recreational opportunities for jet boating, white-water rafting, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping.
    Miles of levee pathways follow the rivers for walking, jogging and biking. We’re called the “Banana Belt” of the Pacific Northwest because of the mild climate that allows for year-round golfing but only a short drive away from snow skiing and snowmobiling.

    This area is also rich in history and you will find yourself taken back in time to learn about how Lewis and Clark engaged in diplomatic exchanges with the native Nez Perce tribal chiefs. A walking tour through beautiful downtown Lewiston's historical district will shed light on its early years during the gold rush and the era of steamboat travel.

    Also, part of our history, and now a large part of our future, is the re-emergence of the wine industry. The Lewis-Clark Valley American Viticultural Area is Washington and Idaho's newest wine region.

    Website: www.visitlcvalley.com

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    Pullman, WA

    America's Tuscany!
    Explore the beautiful, rolling hills of the Palouse region. From Pullman, the largest city, venture out along the three legs of the Palouse Scenic Byway, 208-miles in all. Charm, history, friendly folk, good eats, drinks and plenty to see!

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    The Palouse is a region 3-4,000 miles in size, filled with distinct geological formations created by a wave of volcanic activity millions of years ago, followed by floods from Montana, then fine silt from prehistoric wind storms. These forces created the beauty of the gently rolling hills, with soil so fertile for the wheat, peas, barley and lentils that are abundantly produced in our region.
    The Palouse region offers unparalleled beauty, a unique landscape, rural charm, four distinct seasons, and thousands of acres of outstanding photo opportunities.

    Website: www.PullmanChamber.com

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