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2022 Travel Planner

  • Alaska

  • Alaska is known for glaciers, aurora, and unforgettable open spaces. Experience it all with a visit to Anchorage. Urban and wild, it offers city comforts and endless natural Alaska allure. Plan a trip with your free Official Guide to Anchorage.
  • The Alaska Marine Highway is the state ferry system that operates a fleet of vessels along a scenic 3,500-mile route from Bellingham, WA to the Aleutian Islands. Providing transportation to over 30 port communities, it’s an ideal way to create your own schedule and experience Alaska at your own pace.
  • The transformative natural beauty of Alaska isn’t just a vacation destination. It’s something you take home with you. Start your planning today with page after page of inspiration in a FREE Official State of Alaska Vacation Guide. From hiking to hot springs, canoeing to cruises, make your trip everything you want it to be.
  • Be inspired by the light of the Aurora Borealis. Renew your energy under the Midnight Sun. Experience the warmth of Fairbanks – the basecamp to Denali, Interior and Arctic Alaska. Explore your Alaskan vacation at explorefairbanks.com or request a free Official Fairbanks Visitors Guide. Imagine Yourself Here. Explore Fairbanks Responsibly.
  • Idaho

  • Come Explore Priest Lake - Idaho's Crown Jewel. Priest Lake is an ideal year-round family and adventure vacation destination. Nature’s spectacular backdrop coupled with the myriad of recreational activities make Priest Lake an unforgettable experience. www.priestlake.org 208.443.3191
  • There’s room to roam in our corner of Idaho. Come and get rugged in the spectacular scenic outdoors, then indulge yourself with a massage and serene soak in several of our mineral hot springs, or scout for antiques, art, foodie finds and historic sites. Don’t forget to check upcoming events! Visit IdahoHighCountry.org for more info.
  • Discover the Lewis Clark Valley where the spirit of adventure, rich cultural experiences and award-winning wines make the perfect blend for your Northwest getaway. Explore the rugged beauty of Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river gorge, aboard a guided jet boat tour. Learn the rich history of our region and its first people, the legendary Nimiipuu (Nez Perce). Sip and savor the Lewis-Clark Valley AVA’s award-winning wine region, home to WinePress Northwest's Idaho and Pacific Northwest Wineries of the Year. Attend one of our eclectic events and plan a stay at one of our many riverside lodges and RV Parks. We think you’ll find more than a few adventures, and wines, to fall in love with.
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  • Oregon

  • Visit Albany, Oregon, where you’ll savor farm-fresh menus and discover local wine and spirits. Shop for unique gifts, take a spin on our historic carousel and explore the natural beauty of the surrounding Willamette Valley. We’re #authenticallyAlbany and we can’t wait to share it with you! Plan your day or weekend getaway today. VisitAlbany.com
  • Venture out in Central Oregon, a Pacific Northwest destination where outdoor escapades, craft cuisine, and an art-loving spirit will feed your sun-seeking soul. Pedal majestic mountain byways or take some turns on twisty trails. Hike into Ponderosa pine forests to plunging waterfalls. Soak up the sun paddling a glassy Cascade mountain lake or floating the Deschutes River. Traverse ancient volcanic moon-like scapes or cavernous underground lava caves. Aww at a waterfall, cast into crystal waters, or hit some balls on the Central Oregon Golf Trail. Get inspired by whimsical art murals and outdoor concerts, or be pampered at a luxe spa. Forage for fresh bites and river-side sips and shopping to top off the day’s adventure.
  • Ready for a getaway? Order the latest and greatest inspiration for your next trip, free to your doorstep. From the city to the coast to the mountains, your dream Oregon vacation is waiting.
  • Kalispell, an unfiltered mountain town where star-filled skies, blue-ribbon waters and jaw-dropping landscapes are complemented by a charming storybook-like downtown that’s filled with an array of things to do. A four-season community, just 32-miles from Glacier National Park, where unforgettable bucket list adventures await. www.DiscoverKalispell.com
  • Ahh, Klamath! The very home of Crater Lake – the destination for on-the-map attractions and off-the-grid discoveries. Whether you’re an adventure junkie, a devout worshipper of the weekend getaway, or searching for a way to create family memories, there’s a trip just for you in Klamath County. Come on. Meet me in Klamath!
  • Medford is the heart of the Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon. The launchpad to discovering Oregon’s only national park and the nation’s deepest lake. Fly directly into the Medford airport and find yourself tasting world-class wine in less than ten minutes from grabbing your bag off the baggage claim. Take a peak inside the valley TravelMedford.org
  • Tucked between Oregon’s Coast Range on the west and the Cascade Range to the east, Roseburg and the greater Umpqua Valley offer an abundance of outdoor recreation. Visitors can sip world-class wine at the birthplace of Oregon pinot noir, mountain bike through the evergreens along the North Umpqua Trail, catch whitewater thrills on the Wild and Scenic North Umpqua River, meander the Highway of Waterfalls for a peek at endless cascades, Crater Lake and coastal routes to the beautiful Pacific Ocean. The best part of all... this can be experienced without the large crowds. Explore the visitor guide for your next secret spot.
  • The fertile soil and mild climate of the Salem area inspired the pioneer’s journey to discover and ultimately settle in this “Eden”. The region is a beautiful blend of vineyards, waterfalls, brilliant gardens, historic museums, rich culture, culinary delights and tax-free shopping. www.travelsalem.com
  • Oregon's original beach resort town, Seaside has long been the oceanfront playground for generations of Northwest travelers. With restaurants, shops, arcades, galleries, and an iconic 100-year-old Promenade, there's lots to see and do on foot, on bike, or even in a kayak. Seaside is for fun!
  • You’re invited to soak in the Oregon experience in Tualatin Valley, a region of lush, natural beauty filled with wineries, breweries, outdoor recreation, tax-free shopping and more. Order a complimentary Tualatin Valley visitors guide and start planning your getaway.
  • Washington

  • Situated on a drive-to island, Anacortes is a vibrant coastal community offering the ultimate Northwest getaway. Spend a day or weekend experiencing everything from seaside recreation to miles of forestlands, casual cafes to elegant dining, quirky to sophisticated shopping, art galleries to antique shops, and unique accommodations.
  • Enjoy Washington States Pacific Northwest Olympic Peninsula. A postcard of enjoyable adventure experiences awaits! “From Canal to Coast & Sea to Summit” Explore, Discover, and Savor local history culture, and fresh Olympic Coast Cuisine, all best enjoyed amid the beautiful scenery that surrounds the Olympic Peninsula. Start your visit at www.EnjoyOlympicPeninsula.com today!
  • Tucked in THE northwest corner of the contiguous United States is a magical place called the Olympic Peninsula. Only a few hours drive from two major metropolitan areas, it is another world altogether. The crown jewel is the Olympic National Park where you can experience snow-capped mountains, lush temperate rain forests and rugged Pacific Ocean beaches all in one place. Come experience it for yourself!
  • White Salmon sits at 550 feet on a bluff above the Columbia River with stellar views of Mt Hood, Burdoin Mountain, and the Columbia River Gorge. Downtown White Salmon is fast becoming a well-known foodie destination and an ideal basecamp for whitewater rafters and kayakers, mountain bikers, hikers, surfers, skiers, and anyone who loves good food, beer, and wine. Take in the public murals, art installations, and ever-changing views as you dine al fresco and plan your next adventure. The options are endless: White Salmon is surrounded by wineries and the White Salmon River, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Mount Adams, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, including the Coyote Wall Recreation Area where bikers, hikers, and riders can access a 30+ mile network of trails with open breath-taking views. For a slower pace, birds, wildflowers and beautiful skies abound here.
  • Come raise a glass where Washington wine was born and in the home of the hops! Find award-winning wines, warm welcomes and vineyard views along with the one and only Hop Country Craft Beer Trail. Make time for outdoor adventures in every direction, with six rivers, 34 lakes and parks, more than 300 miles of trails and 300 days of sun!
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