Stories

Stories

Fall Season in Fernie, British Columbia

Fall colors overlooking Fernie from Mt Proctor From September to November the Canadian Rocky Mountains surrounding Fernie transform into a spectacular display of Fall colors...
St. Anthony Sand Dunes

St. Anthony Sand Dunes: Idaho Falls

The St. Anthony Sand Dunes are a 10,600-acre playground 50 miles northwest of Idaho Falls, Idaho. The dunes are a whitesand desert that provides...

Historic Coupeville, WA

Taking a walk in downtown Coupeville, Washington, might feel like you hopped into Doc Brown’s time machine from Back to the Future and ended...

5 Fall-Color Drives

BY AARON THEISEN The leaf peepers of the Northeast and the aspen chasers of the Tetons may scoff, but the Northwest offers a quietly impressive...

Horne Lake Caves – Vancouver Island

While many head to British Columbia in the fall in search of snowy mountain slopes, there are also plenty of excursions below the earth’s...

Wine Country Cycling Tours – Hood River, OR

Hood River is known for its active lifestyle and is rapidly raising its profile as one of America’s unique wine areas. (It was named...
Sumpter Valley Railroad

Sumpter Valley Railroad

When planning a trip to Eastern Oregon, be sure to put the historic Sumpter Valley Railroad on your travel itinerary. Located 22 miles southwest...

Beyond Bizarre Tour – Portland, OR

Are you a ghost enthusiast? Partake in the paranormal? Or are just in for a good scare? Then, this fall, the Beyond Bizarre ghost...

Home Design – Letting the Architecture Speak

BY BRIAN LIBBY WHETHER A TRADITIONAL, CONTEMPORARY OR LODGE HOME, interior designer Faith Sheridan says good design is about listening to the architecture. When outfitting a...

Wine Dining in Tri-Cities, Washington

By Allen Cox IN A LAND WHERE THREE RIVERS CONVERGE amid a shrubsteppe ecoregion and rolling vineyards sits Tri-Cities―Richland, Pasco and Kennewick―an urban area of...

CELEBRATE FALL AT A NW OKTOBERFEST

BY AARON THEISEN IF THE POPULAR CONCEPTION OF GERMANS IS OF A HARD-WORKING AND INDUSTRIOUS PEOPLE, THEN OKTOBERFEST REPRESENTS THE CHANCE TO LET DOWN THEIR...

Digging for Treasure on Seattle’s Eastside

By Maggy Lehmicke There’s no feeling quite like stumbling into an antique shop where antique Russian paintings and Chinese pottery sit side by side with...

SUBSCRIBE

In this issue of Northwest Travel & Life, we showcase Wine Hotspots, Fall-Color Drives, Escapes to Eastern Washington, and A User's Guide to the Oregon Coast. For more stories about the Northwest, subscribe today and never miss a beat.