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Columbia River Gorge - 3 Day Tour

3-Day Ultimate Columbia River Gorge Tour

Agriculturally abundant and breathtakingly beautiful, the Columbia River Gorge offers the ideal mix of nature, adventure, and wine. This three day tour has a little bit of everything and allows you just enough time to truly fall in love with the area. Wind your way down Waterfall Alley, tackle rushing rapids on a whitewater rafting trip, learn about the Native American history of the less-visited eastern regions, taste wine in Hood River, and top it all off with a fine dining experience at Mt. Hood’s historic Timberline Lodge. Embark on your Ultimate Columbia River Gorge Tour with an expert naturalist and wine guide or enjoy a stress-free self drive as you leave all the planning to us.

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Whitewater & Wine Tasting

On this unbelievable tour you will tackle whitewater – splashing through class III and IV rapids – and then will challenge your palate with Oregon’s amazing, handcrafted wines. Heading east from Portland, we will cross over to Washington to float down the exciting White Salmon River with professional river guides. On the water you will experience the power of this mighty river and learn about the unique ecosystem that calls it home. Then we’ll dry off, change clothes and make our way to Hood River, where we’ll enhance the Northwest experience by tasting at two boutique wineries. In an intimate setting, learn local wine making history and the art of viticulture.

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Active Oregon 10-Day

Awaken your adventurous spirit on this active itinerary throughout Oregon, featuring whitewater rafting, windsurfing, rock climbing and mountain hikes. Take in Pacific Northwest’s amazing scenery along the way at destinations such as Mt. St. Helens, Bend, Crater Lake, Smith Rock, Mt. Bachelor, and the Columbia River Gorge. Relax in luxurious accommodations each night and finish your pulse-raising tour with a rewarding wine tasting tour of the Willamette Valley.

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