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An exploration of the Pacific Northwest’s unrivalled beauty combined with some of the most imaginative craft beers in the country.
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Eight nights accommodation, transportation, beer aficionado guide and sightseeing and activities as specified.
20 Jun, 11 Jul, 8 Aug & 19 Sep 2018
Visit the colourful neighbourhoods of Seattle, take a trip to Columbia River Gorge, discover Sonoma County's rolling hillsides of grape vines and cross the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco.
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Optional gourmet meats with craft beer/wine pairings
Spectacular Crater Lake National Park
Sonoma and Napa region
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Meet your fellow travellers and explore this unpretentious port city. There will be plenty of time to visit some of Seattle’s craft breweries.
See Day 2 for today's itinerary.
Upon arrival in Portland relax and enjoy some special local brews before a ghost tour in the evening.
Choose between a brewery bicycle tour or a walking tour to experience some of the city’s restaurants and food trucks.
En route to multi-cultural Bend, visit the towering Multnomah Falls and experience the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge.
Today’s route includes a visit to Crater Lake National Park before arriving in eclectic and trendy Ashland.
Stop and experience Eugene’s Ale Trail before arriving at beautiful Cannon Beach, a fitting place for your farewell dinner. (D)
After a leisurely morning stroll on the beach, depart for Seattle in the early afternoon.
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11 Days / 10 Nights
Experience the local artisan culture and stunning natural surrounds of the wild Pacific Northwest.
3 Days / 2 Nights
Walk and cycle your way around Portland, and sample the city's famous food carts and microbreweries.
15 Days / 14 Nights
From Sonoma to Ashland, indulge in the arts, the wines and the culinary creations of northern California and southern Oregon.
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