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- Discover the Canadian Rockies
- Eastern Washington
- Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Historic Sites
- Southeast Washington & Oregon Loop
- Paradise Called the Palouse
- On The Trail of Lewis & Clark, Native American Tribes, Early Pioneers & Mining Barons
- The Silver Valley, Native American History & Glacier National Park
- Silver Valley & Historic Wallace Idaho Tour
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Since 1985 we have been a receptive operator for groups all over the US and Canada. Our experienced step-on guides are knowledgable about all areas in the western US and Canada.
Need a step-on guide for Spokane, Post Falls or Coeur d'Alene? Our guides make the history and attractions of the area "come to life". We have extensive knowledge of the history of the area and stories of the people that lived here, our interesting geology and what is happening now. We just don't make it a tour, we make it an experience to remember.
Discover the Canadian Rockies
Towering over the plains of Alberta and British Columbia are the peaks of the Canadian Rocky Mountains - mighty, rugged, exquisite. Each season in the Rockies has its own special beauty, Wildlife abounds in the National Parks that are on this tour. The hot springs at Fairmont are rejuvenating and can be enjoyed year round. Read more...
Catch a taste of the flavor of eastern Washington State where agriculture is one of the most important industries. The area is home to farmers producing many grain crops, vintners offering award winning wines, and orchardists growing fruit crops; Wenatchee is known as Apple Capitol of the U. S. Learn about early settlers and the impact on the areas American Indian population. Leavenworth offers a glimpse of what a Bavarian Village looks like; meander through the many shops. See Grand Coulee Dam, one of the largest concrete structures in the world. Explore Spokane, the hub of the Inland Northwest. Read more...
Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Historic Sites
See North Idaho's Silver Valley with its rich history of mining days. Experience Glacier National Park as you ride in the Park' s open-topped, red touring cars and view the majestic mountains crossing the continental divide at Logan Pass. Lewis and Clark explored the Missouri River for hundreds of miles hoping to find a waterway across the Northwest; their venture ended where three rivers that form the headwaters of Missouri converge at Three Forks. Today's geothermal activity is a link to past volcanism in Yellowstone National Park. Visit some of the viewpoints at the majestic Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River then, travel through the Geyser Basin. See Old Faithful as it spews forth. Yellowstone is one of the most successful wildlife sanctuaries in the world. See the ethereal mountain landscape where jagged peaks tower more than a mile above the Jackson Hole Valley in Grand Teton National Park. The tour ends at Salt Lake City. Read more...
Southeast Washington & Oregon Loop
State has some of the richest agricultural soil in the world; producing
wheat, flax, barley, dry peas, lentils and other crops. The topography
of the land requires unique farming practices. Walla Walla is being called
the second Napa Valley for grape and wine production. The Rose City,
Portland, features beautiful gardens and a thriving downtown. A must
see is the Oregon Coast with its sandy beaches and historic light houses.
The picturesque Cascade Mountains are a part of the Ring of Fire extending
along the west coast of North America. Sisters is a community with boutique
shops and quilting stores and displays. Hood River on the mighty Columbia
boasts to be the wind surfing capital of the world. Finally, a visit
to Maryhill Museum and The Toppenish Murals add a cultural flavor to
the tour. Many of the Yakima Valley wineries started early on in the
history of wine making in Washington State; the second largest wine producing
state in the U.S.
On The Trail of Lewis & Clark, Native American Tribes, Early Pioneers & Mining Barons
Experience the grandeur of mountain tops and river valleys as you travel North Idaho and Western Montana. This area is filled with sites that bring back the history of early explorers. Lewis and Clark had some of the most difficult times as well as some of the most rewarding times with the Corps of Discovery here. The Indian Tribes that lived in this area in the struggled through the white settlers ever-pressing move to the west. The lure of gold, silver and copper brought thousands of prospectors into the region, resulting in many wealthy people who stayed to build empires. The Snake River Jet Boat ride offers thrills, wildlife viewing, and a look at one of the deepest river gorges in the U.S. Read more...
The Silver Valley, Native American History and Glacier National Park
On the trail of Captain John Mullan, Jesuit Priests, Native American Tribes, and Silver Prospectors Experience the beauty and history of North Idaho and Western Montana. Many of the early settlers to North Idaho came because of the lure of Gold and Silver; some became extremely rich and stayed to help build the Inland Northwest. The Great Northern Railroad opened the way to Glacier National Park and helped expose the endless opportunities in the Pacific Northwest for settlers. Read more...