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Private Tour: Olympic National Park Day Trip from Seattle
"Your day trip to Olympic National Park starts with a downtown Seattle hotel pickup for the scenic drive from Seattle. Enjoy a light breakfast of pastries and hot beverages in your luxury SUV or Mercedes van and enjoy the views of the coastal mountains as you near the park. During the drive to and inside the park you’ll make plenty of stops to take photos spot waterfalls and explore the area on short nature walks with your private naturalist guide. Home to the dramatic Olympic Mountains remote beaches and a lush temperate rainforest Olympic National Park is not just a national park — it’s also an International Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage site. In other words it’s a spectacular natural wonder that overwhelms visitors with its beauty
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Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
"Crown Point Vista House best known of the scenic lookouts along the Historic Columbia River Highway provides a panoramic view of the Columbia River. The Crown Point Vista House was built in 1916 and refurbished and completely remodeled in 2005 with its beautiful marble interior and brass fixtures.Latourell Falls plunges 249 feet (76 m) over a massive wall of columnar basalt some of the best formations in the Pacific Northwest before cascading hastily toward the Columbia River. This waterfall is usually most recognized for the large patch of bright yellow lichen adorning the cliff face to the right of the falls and this characteristic has led many famous photographers to this captivating location. If you stand in just the right place
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Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland Including Multnomah Falls
"Meet your guide at your downtown hotel for the drive to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area located approximately 30 miles (48 km) east of Portland. Your first stop is the Portland Women’s Forum State Scenic Viewpoint for your first view of the Columbia River Gorge. Then visit the nearby Vista House at Crown Point possibly the best known of all the scenic lookouts along the Historic Columbia River Highway with its vantage point 733 feet (223 meters) above the Columbia River. Admire the panoramic view from the 1916 observatory refurbished in 2005 with a remodeled marble interior. The former comfort station for travelers now serves as a memorial to Oregon pioneers.Next it’s on to the waterfalls! First stop: Latourell Falls which plunges 249 feet (76 meters) over a wall of columnar basalt before cascading toward the Columbia River. If you’d like go with your guide on an optional 2-mile (3.2-km) hike that leads to the base of the falls.Back in your tour vehicle
From $140.00

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The Boardwalk

The Boardwalk in Long Beach is pretty much a typical trail boardwalk. It is elevated slightly above the beach grass to provide OK views from a few locations, but it simply isn't high enough to provide...
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Discovery Trail

As time has gone on, the beach Discovery Trail has been expanded to the point where it actually goes through several communities. From Long Beach, the trail wanders along the beach southward until it...
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The Beaches: Beautiful Sand or Heavily Driven

Driving on the beach is a long held tradition in western Washington, and this is one of the beaches that has some of the heaviest auto traffic. Therefore, don't expect the beaches to be completely...
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Discovery Trail, take a walk among the dunes

The Lewis and Clark Discovery Trail will lead among the dunes to several places Clark and his men reached on their exploration of the area. Since we seemed to be learning a lot about this expedition...
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Visit the Cranberry museum

This museum is a product of the Washington State University which owned and operated the station until 1992. Pacific Cranberry Research Foundation was then created to continue the research. There is a...
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Kite Museum

We have friends who come for the kite festival every year and so though we were too late for that we did want to visit the kite museum to see what it was all about. We spent about an hour reading the...
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The Boardwalk view is beautiful!

The boardwalk at Long Beach is elevated from the ground that you can see the whole horizon and the whole view of the ocean and the beach. On the far left, I can see the mist created by the great...
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Bring your dog to Long Beach

It's a town where they allow dogs anywhere, everywhere. There are even dog stores close to the beach. There are booths for dog outfits, food and other paraphernalias for dog and cat lovers...We saw...
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Join the sand castle building or make your own

The second week of August every year, Long Beach, Washington holds its Sand Castle Building contest. The sand in Long Beach is enormous and because the beach is elongated, each individual will have...
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Make your own kite and learn to how to fly it high

There are older volunteers in one of the booths at Long Beach and they taught my children how to build their own kites. They actually flew their own kites!The volunteers are pretty good in teaching my...
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Visit Long Beach during the Kite Festival in Aug

The Kite Festival is held on the third week of the month of August. There are thousands of wonderful kites flying in the sky. Some are locally made and some are made from Japan and the United States....
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Washington State International Kite Festival

This event lasts about 1 week during August, and brings people from all over the world to this little city. There are some 100,000 people who come, so be prepared for some crowds. Also be prepared for...
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KITE FESTIVAL

The washington international kite festival draws approximately 100,000 people to its week long demonstraions. hundreds maybe thousands of kites are flown. very large and very small kites....one at a...
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why a "stop sign" and why do i call it a don't stop sign...cuz people in the state of washington are dumber than rocks and can't read nor can they follow simple directions....BE CAREFUL these...
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