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Pullman, WA
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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.

Phone: 509.334.3565

Website: www.PullmanChamber.com

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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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San Juan Islands Canada Washington Victoria Seattle Vacation Guide Travel Brochure
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San Juan Islands, WA

Get a head start on summer in the San Juan Islands. Wildflowers in bloom, uncrowded beaches, charming villages, majestic orca whales. And with half the rainfall of Seattle, spring is a spectacular time to visit.

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Say farewell to worry and stress when you head to the San Juan Islands . . . and say hello to the mellow islands vibe, a temperate year-round climate, and long, lazy hours of doing just what you want. Located just a scenic ferry ride or a short flight from the northwest Washington mainland (about 65 miles north of Seattle) lies a paradise for the adventurous in spirit.

There are 172 named islands and reefs, however San Juan Island (with the county seat Friday Harbor), Orcas Island, Lopez Island and Shaw Island are the most populous and host the vast majority of lodging and dining options.

Whale watching. Sea kayaking. Bicycling, hiking, boating, birding. Plenty of time for leisurely casual meals or fine dining, for exploring art galleries and boutiques, for strolling beaches and charming small villages, and for discovering the delights of history museums, farmers’ markets and public lands. It’s no wonder visitors are attracted to the islands year round and why they’ve received multiple honors including Top 5 Islands Continental U.S. & Canada 2015 Travel+Leisure and Top 10 Best Islands in the U.S. 2015 TripAdvisor.
The San Juan Islands are the picture-perfect destination for a getaway or for your special occasion or group – from weddings and honeymoons, to family reunions and anniversaries, to retreats and team building.
So breathe deep, get comfortable (casual is the rule on these islands, from clothes to the friendly greetings you’ll receive.) and relax—you’re on “island time” now.

Website: www.VisitSanJuans.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: http://www.visitlcvalley.com

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Un-Cruise Adventures

Adventure and river cruises meet connection, adventure, and place. Going where the big ships can’t. Where wilderness, wildlife, culture are front-n-center. Live life on the outside. Only 22-88 guests. You’re hands-on and in on the action. Define your Un-ness.

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If we could stop laughing, we’d have made it faster. Each paddle stroke got us closer. And aside from eye-popping wilderness and side-splitting tales of misadventure, the stories flowed from there. The perfect exploration in the land of awes… I found my happy place.

What will you find on your small ship journey? Moments like this. Untouched wilderness that sparks curiosity and wonder. Wow wildlife interactions that have you cheering loudly! And sharing tales with new friends that leave you aching from laughs.

Come aboard—you’ll find innovative activity and discovery, impeccable service and expertise, and inspiring encounters. This is hands-on exploration with Mother Nature leading the way—we brake for migrating whales, blooming cacti, calving glaciers, time with locals. Where opportunities, and your explorer’s spirit, run wild and free.

Adventure cruises mean active exploration. Kayak in sun-dappled mangroves. Face-to-whiskered face, snorkel with sea lion pups. Spy fluffy offspring on a skiff ride along a bird rookery. Hike in a cathedral of towering rainforest. Hear crashing white thunder of a calving glacier. You have unrivaled access in Alaska, Mexico, Hawaiian Islands, Costa Rica, Panamá, Galápagos, Washington, and British Columbia.

River cruises unfold the past along the Columbia & Snake Rivers. Walk in legendary footsteps at a fort once the refuge for Lewis & Clark. Transit the river’s locks experiencing first -hand the marvels of human ingenuity. Tour museums and cultural centers. And sip the finest in a world-class wine region. Discover America’s western frontier at your fingertips.

Define your Un-ness.

Website: www.Un-Cruise.com

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Anacortes, WA

Anacortes is located on Fidalgo Island, in the Pacific Northwest, conveniently situated halfway between Seattle and Vancouver BC. Come explore the island getaway you can drive to, and stroll through our vibrant coastal community.

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Anacortes is the destination point for the San Juans and International ferry runs for Washington State. Come explore the island getaway you can drive to, and stroll through our vibrant coastal community. All within walking distance you'll find casual cafes to elegant dining, quirky to sophisticated shopping, art galleries to antique shops and unique accommodations. Whether you are planning a day trip or a vacation, Anacortes has something for everyone. Whale watching tours, kayaking excursions, sailing, boating, birding, fishing, crabbing, hiking or biking to name a few. The Skagit Tulip and Anacortes Arts festivals are enjoyed by all ages.

The city itself comprises 15.4 square miles, and the island is just over 41 square miles – almost half of which is public park and recreational lands and waters. The community boasts 12 miles of shoreline and 67 miles of public trails, some of which are located in one of the last old-growth forested areas on the coast. Anacortes is home to thousands of boats, with close to two million visitors each year using local ferry connections to the San Juan Islands and Vancouver Island. The weather is relatively mild year-around, with average rainfall of 26 inches.

Website: www.anacortes.org

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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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Leavenworth, WA

Washington’s Bavarian village is your passport to try all those things you’ve dreamed of! Sing the praises of festivals, dining, shopping, arts, outdoor adventures and so much more-- all situated at the junction of Northwest hospitality and Bavarian charm!

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In the midst of Washington's Cascade Mountains, just a short 2 l/2 hour drive from Seattle, sits a Bavarian town so convincing you may feel you've stepped into the Alps. Many Leavenworth visitors come here for the German-styled storefronts, year round festivals and the beauty of the Cascades in their natural splendor. Located in one of the Northwest's most scenic regions, Leavenworth welcomes skiers, snowmobilers, hikers, mountain bikers, rock climbers, birders, shoppers, wine enthusiasts and those yearning for a unique experience. In the winter this tiny village becomes a wonderland of snow-covered trees fully lit with over half a million lights. Enjoy your stay in romantic hotels, B&B’s, charming cabins, intimate dining venues, secluded retreats, or a wonderful family getaway. Come visit!

Website: www.Leavenworth.org

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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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Visit Prosser
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Prosser, WA

Tours, Agri-Tourism, Shopping, Parks & Recreation, Services, Wineries,
Breweries, Spirits, Accommodations, Restaurants & Espresso. TOUR... tree-lined streets, historic museum, landmark buildings, the river shore, city parks, and agricultural bounty.

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The scenic Horse Heaven Hills provide challenging climbs and majestic vistas. Prosser is home to over 30 wineries and counting. Tri-Cities, Red Mountain, Horse Heaven Hills and Yakima Valley wineries are all within a 30-45 mile scenic drive.

TASTE... wines in the birthplace of Washington’s modern wine industry, located in the state's oldest Viticulture Area. Nurtured by over 300 days of sunshine annually, Prosser is among the nation’s richest agricultural regions with abundant fruit, livestock, orchards, vineyards, produce, and wheat fields surrounding the community. Area hop growers supply more than 75% of the US crop of brewing’s crucial ingredient, making up more than 20% of the world supply.

ENJOY... a mix of specialty shops, galleries, tasting rooms and restaurants. Collectibles, antiques, distinctive jewelry, gifts, specialty foods, and quilting all await your discovery. The Princess Theatre is alive with music, theater, film and dance. Festivals and events celebrate our collective heritage as well as sports and holidays. For family fun, visit Prosser Aquatic Center or spend the day at a tournament skateboard park. With long summer evenings, mountain views and glorious sunsets, Prosser is the perfect place to enjoy the good life.

Website: http://tourprosser.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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Long Beach Peninsula, WA

Timeless. Invigorating. Delicious. Discovery Awaits on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula!

Learn more at VisitLongBeachPeninsula.com

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Northwest Travel Magazine

NORTHWEST TRAVEL MAGAZINE is the informative resource in the Northwest for travel, food, adventure and living life to its fullest. We are the usable & sensible guide that inspires readers bimonthly with useful, fresh, and compelling ideas for discovering our region. Northwest Travel Magazine inspires a passion for “Experiencing All Things Northwest.”

FREE introductory issue ONLY AVAILABLE FOR US RESIDENTS

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ABOUT NORTHWEST TRAVEL MAGAZINE: Northwest Travel Magazine writes about WA, OR, ID, MT, AK & British Columbia. As a regional magazine Northwest Travel Magazine fills a void not available in a national magazines because we are:
RELEVANT with regional content.
CREDIBLE because we only write about the NW.
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The REACH Museum, WA

The REACH is a gateway to the history, geology, science and technology of Southeastern Washington. Stories of the region are shared through exhibits, educational programs and seasonal tours.

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The REACH is a gateway to the history, geology, science and technology of Southeastern Washington. Stories of the region are shared through exhibits, educational programs and seasonal tours.

Since opening in 2014, the REACH has become a dedicated institution in the Tri-Cities, promoting education for all ages. Stop by to experience the geological impact of the Ice Age Floods and basalt lava flows. Learn about the Manhattan Project and its influence on White Bluffs, Richland, Kennewick and Pasco. Enjoy the wondrous scenery of the Columbia River and Badger Mountain. Begin your journey of the Hanford Reach Monument.

The REACH is located on Columbia Park Trail just off of Hwy 240 on the edge of Richland and Kennewick.

Website: www.VisitTheREACH.org

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