JULY 19-27 | Arrive in Portland and make your way to Vancouver, a city that’s home to a bounty of colorful gardens and boasts easy access to the great outdoors.
Enjoy an included one-night stay at a hotel in Vancouver before boarding the elegant American Empress. Next, discover Astoria, the oldest city west of the Rockies, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean. This “Little San Francisco” showcases steep hillsides blanketed in Victorian homes and art deco buildings and a chic downtown studded with cafés and shops. Travel to Stevenson, nestled in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. This laid-back town offers visitors small-town charm, riverfront parks, and cozy restaurants.
Next, sail to The Dalles, between Mount Hood and Mount Adams, once known as the end of the Oregon Trail. Spend two days in Richland, part of the Tri-Cities metropolitan area known for its outdoor recreation and natural attractions. Visit Sacajawea State Park where Lewis and Clark and their Shoshone guide camped in 1805 during their famous expedition. End your trip in Clarkston, situated in the beautiful Lewis-Clark Valley and touted as the gateway to Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river gorge.
Pricing starts at $3,899 per person, double occupancy.