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    Willamette Valley Wine & Waterfalls Tour

    Get the ultimate Oregon experience as you explore the incredible waterfalls of Silver Falls State Park and luscious pinot noirs of the Willamette Valley. Learn how these two Oregon treasures are linked by a fiery natural history while taking to the trails and tasting fine wine with your naturalist guide. Start your morning in Oregon's largest state park, Silver Falls. Breathe in the piney scent of an evergreen tree, pick salmonberries in the summer, and get gently misted by one of the Park's glistening falls. Visit both the North and South Falls, walking with your guide along peaceful nature trails to experience these iconic natural wonders from different angles. Venture along a path that takes you behind the falls, where you can watch the water create a flowing curtain for the cave you're standing in. Spend your afternoon tasting pinot noirs and other fine wines in the intimate settings of three boutique wineries. Take in the rolling hillsides and serene vineyards of the Willamette Valley and learn how the terroir of the land influences the wine in your glass! In between tastings, you'll enjoy Oregon's culinary bounty with a fresh, local lunch at the Coelho Winery in the rustic town of Amity.
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    Willamette Valley Wine & Waterfalls Tour

    2305 SE 9th Ave, Portland

    • Embark on interpretative nature walks around and behind waterfalls with your naturalist guide and learn how the landscapes of Silver Falls State Park were transformed from coastline to inland forests by millions of years of volcanic activity.
    • Taste 4-6 wines at each of three boutique wineries, such as Eola Hills, Winter's Hill, Witness Tree, Lady Hill, Rex Hill, Coelho, Anne Amie, Stoller, or Laurel Ridge (tastings included).
    • Try the wine that made the Willamette Valley famous (pinot noir) and experience the arts of viticulture, winemaking, and sustainable farming.
    • Travel through the scenic countryside of the Willamette Valley, hear the natural history of the region, and enjoy a local lunch at Coelho Winery in Amity (included in the price).
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    Mt. St. Helens National Monument & Ape Cave Tour

    Tired of unsubstantiated rumblings? Get the explosive truth about Mt. St. Helens during this powerful nature tour. Traipse alongside an actual naturalist as you explore and discover the aftermath of the volcano's huge 1980 eruption. Observe how the local ecosystem has altered and is regrowing anew. Take a peek inside the Ape Cave lava tube and walk the smoldering crater. Spot colorful wildflowers dotting an otherwise barren landscape. Watch for herds of elk and other animals making a go of it in this changed land. Visit the Johnston Ridge Observatory and Visitor Center. Enjoy a scrumptious picnic. Your guide will bring it all to life with fun facts and anecdotes designed to give you a staggering appreciation for the resilience of Mother Nature and her hot little secrets.
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    Mt. St. Helens National Monument & Ape Cave Tour

    2305 SE 9th Ave, Portland

    • Walk the Mt. St. Helens area during a guided tour
    • Enhance your understanding of the 1980 eruption
    • Learn environmental resilience from a naturalist guide
    • Explore a lava tube and spot local flora and fauna
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    Bike and Hike: Columbia River Gorge Adventure

    At your selected departure time, you'll be picked up from your Portland hotel and driven 45 minutes to the Historic Columbia River Highway. On the way, stop to take photos of scenic vistas.

    When you arrive the Columbia River Gorge, hop on your bike and follow your guide on an easy, 10-mile (16-km) ride along gentle hills. This ride will give you a sense of what it was like to travel along the country's first National Scenic Highway.

    You'll make several stops at waterfalls to embark on short nature hikes, where you'll feel the cool, pulsing mist of water from amidst the lush green forest. Keep an eye out for native birds such as osprey and bald eagles.

    Small snacks are available throughout your tour, and you may also bring food and drinks with you aboard the van. After soaking in the Pacific Northwest's famous natural landscapes, you'll be taken back to your Portland hotel.
    Bike and Hike: Columbia River Gorge Adventure

    Downtown Portland, Portland

    • Bike ride through the Columbia River Gorge on an easy trail, great for all skill and fitness levels
    • Explore several stunning waterfalls on nature hikes with your knowledgeable guide
    • Soak in gorgeous vistas and keep an eye out for wildlife such as ospreys and bald eagles
    • Enjoy transportation to and from your Portland hotel
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    White Salmon River Rafting (WA - 3 Hours Weekdays)

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    On the hunt for an outdoor experience that will exceed your overflowing desire for adventure? The White Salmon River will quench that thirst with wild rapids and surreal natural beauty! You'll gear up and hit the water with a certified guide and soon find yourself plunging through Class III-IV rapids that will leave you breathless -- Assuming you remember to breathe in the first place! Lose yourself on this eight-mile trip, the first five of which are nearly non-stop rapids. In addition to some of the best whitewater stretches in the Portland/Vancouver area, the White Salmon River is also blessed with gorgeous scenery -- literally, it cuts through a gorge. As you soar down the river, keep on the lookout for local wildlife that inhabit the forested banks in abundance. But don't forget to hold on tight, or you'll be checking out the fish instead!
    White Salmon River Rafting (WA - 3 Hours Weekdays)

    856 WA-141, Husum

    • Treat yourself to a half-day whitewater trip down the scenic White Salmon River
    • Navigate thrilling Class III and IV rapids with a certified river guide
    • Travel through a stunning, forested gorge for a great photo opportunity
    • Enjoy an outdoor escape that will inspire, challenge, and leave you charged
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    Portlandia Scenic Flight

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    Surrounded by gentle hills to the west, a bridge populated river, and a breathtaking view of Mt. Hood to the east, Portland is one of America's favorite cities. See why Portland is often referred to as 'Bridge City' as you enjoy a nice aerial stroll above the Willamette River flying past and over Willamette Falls in Oregon City, above the urban landscape of the downtown, and try and spot some of the special landmarks that make Portland such a unique place. We're convinced that it might become one of your favorite cities too.
    Portlandia Scenic Flight

    1350 NW Perimeter Way, Troutdale

    • See Oregon by air during The Portlandia scenic flight
    • Fly over the the Columbia River Gorge, multiple waterfalls, Bonneville Dam and the Bridge of the Gods near Cascade Locks in one adventure
    • Take pictures of views only accessible via airplane
    • Make memories to last a lifetime
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    Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Tour

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    This scenic tour from Portland takes you into Oregon's stunning wilderness to view Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge. Enjoy panoramic views from Crown Point and Visit House on the Columbia River Gorge Highway before descending down to Latourell Falls, dramatic Multnomah Falls and Bonneville Dam. Learn about the area from your guide and follow the route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition on the way back to Portland. This 4-hour tour showcases the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and the incredible diversity of scenery at Portland's doorstep! Your tour departs from Pioneer Square in downtown Portland in the morning. Hop aboard an air-conditioned coach and get ready for a beautiful 1-hour drive east to the Columbia River Gorge, which carves a spectacular corridor through the Cascade Mountains in Oregon and Washington. This vast canyon and its surroundings are designated as a National Scenic Area to protect the natural, cultural and recreational resources of the Columbia River Gorge. This area is home to a spectacular combination of landscapes, rare plants, wildlife, farmland, ancient Indian rock art and other sites, many of which you'll discover on your tour. Traveling along the historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, enjoy your guide's informative narration as you admire sweeping views from hundreds of feet above the Columbia River, stopping for photo opportunities at Crown Point and Vista House. Then descend along the highway loops on your way to pristine Latourell Falls, where you'll stop for 20 minutes to view the falls. Continue past Wahkeena Falls to Oregon's most famous natural attraction, Multnomah Falls. This dramatic waterfall is the tallest in Oregon and the second-tallest in the US! Stop here for 25 minutes to admire the dramatic, multi-tiered waterfall that is famous for its views, walkways and Great Depression-era lodge. Next, view the Oneonta Gorge and Horsetail Falls on your way to Bonneville Dam, a national historic site in the heart of the gorge. During your 30-minute stop here, learn about the amazing engineering feat of the damn and fish ladder at the visitor's center and admire the dam from the outdoor viewing area. Return to Portland along the river-level route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Enjoy the unfolding panorama including Beacon Rock, Cape Horn and Rooster Rock, all sights first noted by the famous explorers over 200 years ago. You'll arrive back in Portland in the afternoon.
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    Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Tour

    610 SW Broadway #305, Portland

    • Explore the beautiful Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
    • Visit several waterfalls including famous Multnomah Falls, the second-tallest in the US
    • Admire the amazing engineering feat of the Bonneville Dam and the fish ladder
    • Follow the route Lewis and Clark took 200 years ago and learn about the area's history from an expert guide
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    Silver Falls Waterfall Tour

    Silver Falls is an outdoor explorer's dream, with 10 different waterfalls nestled along a stunning train. As you walk along, you'll go up into rocky canyons and then dip down towards a winding creek, experiencing the range of stunning landscapes that exists within this unique forest environment. Your tour guide will lead the way and shares interesting facts as you seek out each beautiful waterfall along the 9 mile loop. You'll even get the chance to step behind the famous South Falls and witness a 177-foot wall of water cascading down in front of you! Whether you're visiting for the day or you call Oregon home, this outdoor adventure is perfect for all nature lovers.
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    Silver Falls Waterfall Tour

    Parking Structure, 420 NE 5th St,

    • Tour the stunning waterfalls of Silver Falls
    • Step behind the falls for an incredible perspective
    • Discover 10 waterfalls as you make your way through the area
    • Get absorbed in stunning surroundings as you explore nature
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    Willamette Wine Country Bike Tour

    Leave Portland for the day to discover Willamette Valley wine country, where you'll breathe in the fresh air and admire gorgeous vistas on a bike ride to at least two world-class wineries. Sip fine wines like pinot noir, enjoy an optional picnic lunch, and learn about the history and geology of this picturesque region from your friendly guide. After meeting your guide in downtown Portland, you'll drive 45 minutes by comfortable van to beautiful Willamette Valley. When you arrive, hop on your bike and follow your friendly, knowledgeable guide on an intermediate 10-mile (16-km) bike ride through the somewhat hilly communities of Newberg and Dundee.

    As you ride along quiet lanes, admire the gorgeous scenery of rolling vineyards and farms where the region's first immigrants settled more than 150 years ago. Though the exact itinerary may change, you'll visit at least two wineries such as The Four Graces, Arborbrook and Bergstrom, where you'll sip some fine wine (tastings not included) with your fellow travelers. You also have the option to enjoy a picnic lunch.

    Your guide will teach you about the history of this region and explain how the rich soil produces the variety of grapes grown here, including pinot noir. At the end of your half-day wine country adventure, relax on the drive back to Portland.
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    Willamette Wine Country Bike Tour

    Downtown Portland, Portland

    • Discover Willamette Valley's vineyards during a bike day trip escape from Portland
    • Soak in gorgeous vistas and fresh air as you bike through the hills of wine country
    • Visit several top-notch wineries and learn about the region's history and landscape from your knowledgeable, friendly guide
    • Relax in the comfort of round-trip transportation from your Portland hotel
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