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Chris Stapleton's All American Road Show

This week Music Country
$35 Fri, Jul 20th 7pm
Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
17200 NE Delfel Road
Ridgefield, Washington
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Portland Opera Presents La Cenerentola

This week Arts & Theatre Opera
$35 Thu, Jul 19th 7pm
Newmark Theatre
1111 S.W. Broadway
Portland, Oregon
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Trevillain

This week Music Hip-Hop/Rap
Fri, Jul 20th 9pm
McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
1332 West Burnside
Portland, Oregon
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The Pillows

This week Music Other
Mon, Jul 16th 7pm
McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
1332 West Burnside St
Portland, Oregon
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Bombino with the Dogon Lights

This week Music World
Fri, Jul 20th 9pm
Star Theater
13 NW Sixth Avenue
Portland, Oregon

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MetroDemic Scavenger Hunt in Portland

Tours Portland
$20
Stumptown is being ravaged by a massive outbreak of the "playgue" and only you and your friends can stop it. In this mad dash through downtown Portland, your team will compete to save as many lives as possible by locating interesting sites, answering bizarre trivia questions, and navigating the most strategic route possible.

Race to save Portland from a deadly epidemic. This off-beat game is played by teams of 2-4 people. Armed with only your wits and your cell phones, you will try to help a team of completely inept scientists discover the cure to a mysterious disease known as “the playgue”.

As you walk to different outbreaks within a 4 block radius (starting Pioneer Courthouse Square), be prepared to solve scavenger hunt questions, pub-style trivia, and brain puzzles at each location to earn points. Points earned are lives saved. Your entire team must work together using their collective knowledge and the ability to find all of the world's information on their mobile phones.

The game permits up to 2 pauses in case the kids create a bio-hazard or your sister-in-law starts complaining about blisters. This self-guided event can be played on any smartphone or tablet device. Your team can start whenever they are ready, as long as it is during daylight hours.

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Self-Guided Portland Bridge City Brew Trail

Tours Portland
$45

The Bridge City Brew Trail spans the craft brew scene in hip Northwest Portland, home to some of Portland's oldest and best known breweries. Let your tastebuds guide you through an assortment of pints, taster trays, a take-home filled growler, and discounts on beer and merchandise. 

Use a specialized app/webapp on your smartphone for area maps, information, and to redeem every item included. You'll enjoy an assortment of pints of beer, a sample tray, a filled growler to take home, and special discounts from Portland's finest breweries, all within walking distance. You have a year to redeem everything included so visit at your own pace. Linger and learn what makes each award-winning brewery special and discover your own Beervana. 

**THIS TOUR CANNOT BE REDEEMED WITH THE VIATOR APP OR WITH PAPER VOUCHER (DESPITE ANY OTHER INSTRUCTIONS BELOW), YOU MUST CONTACT SEEKER AFTER BOOKING TO RECEIVE ACCESS TO THE TOUR!! info@seeker.co, (805) 202-5515**

The Bridge City Brew Trail tour pack will have you sampling locally produced beer throughout the working breweries located the Pearl District, Portland's premier destination for shopping, dining, art and living. We've bundled the best area breweries into one package! You'll get to enjoy a pint of beer, taster tray, filled growler, or special offer at every stop! Since this tour is self-guided, you get to spend as much time as you'd like at each location. This is the perfect way to get familiar with Portland's craft beer culture and the Pearl District.

All items in the pack are redeemed using your personal smartphone or mobile device and the tour company's app or web app. Use the map feature to guide you along your way and choose your own order of destinations. Show the brewery associate what featured item you want and have them tap the "redeem" button to complete the transaction. It's really that simple! All items are valid for a year from purchase, so you can thoroughly take your time enjoying the benefits of your beer pack. This is the best deal for beer tasting in the area, and unlike any other local tour. You do not need to make a reservation at the breweries unless you are traveling with a large group. Must be 21 or older to drink. Please drink responsibly.

 

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Best of Portland Small-Group Sightseeing Tour

Tours Portland
$79
Experience one of the Pacific Northwest's most dynamic cultural hubs on this small-group Portland sightseeing tour. As you travel by luxury vehicle with your naturalist guide, explore green parks and diverse neighborhoods and stop by one of the largest independent bookstores in the world. You'll be treated to morning tea and pastries, as well as scenic views, with round-trip downtown Portland hotel transport included.

After downtown Portland hotel pickup in the morning, travel by luxury vehicle through Portland on a 4-hour sightseeing tour.

Enjoy tea, pastries and seasonal snacks while taking in scenic views of the city and the surrounding volcanic peaks at historic Pittock Mansion. This mansion was home to influential Portland pioneers Henry and Georgiana Pittock from 1914 to 1919, and is now a city park and treasured landmark.

Next, explore the neighborhoods of Portland's four main quadrants: Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest. Each quadrant has its own distinct feel and unique attractions including art galleries, boutiques, cafes, restaurants and performance venues.

Visit the Pearl Disctrict, Nob Hill and Hawthorne, and hear about the history of Portland's ten well-known bridges from your guide.

You'll also explore at least two of the following parks: Washington Park, Mt Tabor Park, McCall Waterfront Park and, depending on the season, the International Rose Test Garden. Your guide will bring the parks alive by identifying the flora and fauna.

End your tour at one of Portland's greatest treasures, Powell's Books, one of the largest independent bookstores in the world!

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City of Portland Electric Bike Tour

Tours Portland
$65
On this private tour you and your guide will explore Portland like a Portlander - on a bicycle!

Your guide is a former city spokesperson who knows her way in and around Portland's neighborhoods, top attractions, cultural hotspots, must-visit food carts, and sites that make the town buzz. 

Along the 3-hour long route you will learn informative information about Portland and its history as well as visit some of our most famous attractions: rose gardens, historic homes, wall murals and public art, wildlife areas, stunning views, food carts, tiny houses, donut shops, and "Keep Portland Weird" sightings! 

Electric bike rentals are available for an additional price of approximately $35 (and include bike, helmet, and lock).

Tours will begin and end at a local bike shop and instructions will be provided upon booking.

    Explore Portland like a Portlander - on a bicycle! Don't let the hills, distance, or fitness discourage you from exploring. Pedal-assisted cruisers conserve your energy so you can enjoy your time in the city. These eBikes will take you up to 50 miles on a single charge, so you can discover the must-see Portland locations without breaking a sweat.

    Tours begin and end at the bike store, where you will be fitted with a bike and helmet. I will give a thorough safety briefing and practice before we ride.

    Tours last approximately 2.5 hours and include stops for photos, water and snack breaks, as well as sightseeing. Please let us know in advance if you have any special requests!

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    Self-Guided Portland Scavenger Hunt

    Tours Portland
    $11
    Fifteen clues, two hours, one city - this is a self-led scavenger race that sends groups capering around town to solve clues. Unlike other city-wide excursions, this one unshackles racers from the tyranny of official start times and concrete dates. Players simply click on a launch code, head to the starting line, and begin the scavenger hunt whenever they've got a spare two hours. During the process, players will hear fun stories and insights about historical sites while discovering hidden gems along the way.

    This adventure will take you through the heart of Chicago and let you see how it has changed over time, while also having fun. This hunt has been evolving over time to be as entertaining as possible, while showing you as much as possible.

    Your goal is to race against the clock to finish the hunt as quickly as possible. You will be given a series of clues. Each clue will help you find the next clue. In essence, instead of a scavenger hunt, this is a scavenger race and quest.

    When you are ready to start your hunt, purchase your tickets, gather your hunting party, and head to the starting location.

    Participants are not required to reserve a set time in order to begin the scavenger hunt. Once purchase is confirmed, you'll be instructed to visit local supplier website. On the day of your scheduled hunt, the website will be your guide through the city.

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    Wine Tour of Willamette Valley with a Personal Sommelier

    Booze Tour Portland
    $169

    Kick back and relax on this five-hour wine tour near Portland.  This small group, semi-private tour will take you to 3+ wineries in Oregon's famed Willamette Valley. Limited to six people, the tour includes a lovely charcuterie platter of locally sourced items along with snacks and water. Sip delicious wines from boutique vineyards and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Your WSET certified Personal Sommelier will be your expert guide to help you understand why the Willamette Valley is so unique. This is not just another wine tour. It's a rare opportunity to learn more about wine and maybe diversify your wine cellar with the guide of a Personal Sommelier.

    The Willamette Valley of Oregon is home to some of the best wine in the Pacific Northwest. Bordered by the green coastal ranges to the west and the snow-capped Cascade Range to the east, the valley features rich alluvial soils washed down from ice-age floods and numerous microclimates along scenic waterways and rustic farms. Although the area offers an abundance of varietals and styles for the discerning wine drinker, it is probably best known for its world-class Chardonnay and Pinot Noirs – the famed grapes of Burgundy in France. 

    After your complimentary morning pickup from your centrally located Portland hotel, residence or central landmark, the tour begins with a brief introduction from your driver and guide – who also happens to be a WSET-certified sommelier. As you leave the frenetic pace of the city behind, your guide will fill you in on the local history and unique qualities that make the region such an ideal place for growing high-quality, premium wine grapes. Also, from April to October this six-hour public tour includes a pickup at the Newberg Sportsman Airpark in conjunction with our hot air balloon package.  

    Your tour will visit between 3 and 4 wineries throughout the day and include bottled water, healthy snacks and a complimentary lunch featuring vegetarian and gluten-free options. Tasting fees are included for all stops up to $15 and you will have abundant options to purchase, ship, and sample additional wines at your own discretion and cost. The trip ends with a drop-off back at centrally located Portland locations or the Newberg Airpark, where you can proceed to nearby neighborhood restaurants to sample the local fare or back to your hotel or lodging to sleep off the amazing wine.

    Note: Groups of two or three may be combined with your approval.

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    Haunted Pub Tour

    Booze Tour Portland
    $45

    Take a spooky stroll through Portland, Oregon on this guided, 2.5-hour walking tour. The Old Town Historic District in downtown Portland is filled with beautiful old buildings and cobblestone streets. Join in on this year-round, spine-tingling walking tour and hear first-hand accounts of recent paranormal encounters — stories from Portland's early days when Old Town was home to drug trades, gambling, and prostitution. Along the way, enjoy 6 craft beer samples at local, award-winning breweries.

    The Old Town Historic District in downtown Portland is lively with drinking establishments and restaurants today, but 120 years ago, it was home to many of Portland's less savory episodes — some would even go so far as to say 'wicked and lawless.' More over, it makes for the perfect stage for a Haunted Pub Tour.

    In addition to (alleged) ghosts, the tour guide will offer stories from Portland's early days, when Old Town was home to drug trades, gambling, and prostitution. Learn about the notorious 'crimps,' whose rampant kidnapping tactics earned Portland the dubious distinction of being known as the most dangerous port city of the western hemisphere in the 1890s.

    The tour will stop at three historic pubs for beer tastings and stories about Portland. Guests will hear first-hand accounts of recent paranormal encounters while sampling seven local craft Oregon beers — some are award-winning. Featured pubs include Kells Irish Pub and Brewery, Dan and Louis Oyster Bar, and Old Town Pizza, which is housed inside the old Merchant Hotel, known as Portland's most-haunted building.

    The walking portion of the tour covers less than one mile and is entirely above ground. It has been rated as 'mildly spooky.'

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    Portland Brewery Tour

    Booze Tour Portland
    $55
    Experience Portland's vibrant beer culture and taste award-winning, local beer on this 3 hour walking tour. Guests will taste their way though Portland's world famous beer scene and sample a wide variety of different beer styles. Everything from local IPAs and Northwest pale ales to Irish Reds and creamy stouts. We sample at least 11 different beers from 3 local breweries. Walking Distance is 0.7 miles.

    You'll learn everything you need to know about beer and then some! Your tour guide is a passionate beer guru who will share what makes Portland “The Beer Capital of the World.”

    You'll go behind-the-scenes in a fully functioning brewery to see how beer is made and sample some of the ingredients used in the brewing process. Between beer stops, you'll stroll through the Historic Old Town District and learn about local landmarks including Erickson Saloon, Skidmore Fountain, and Portland's oldest bar.

    By the end, you'll be a savvy beer-drinking pro with a head full of knowledge and a belly full of delicious local beer.

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    Small Group Willamette Valley Wine and Waterfalls Tour

    Booze Tour Portland
    $199
    Get the ultimate Oregon experience as you explore the incredible waterfalls of Silver Falls State Park and luscious pinot noirs of the Willamette Valley. Learn how these two Oregon treasures are linked by a fiery natural history while taking to the trails and tasting fine wine with your naturalist guide.

    Start your morning in Oregon's largest state park, Silver Falls. Breathe in the piney scent of an evergreen tree, pick salmonberries in the summer, and get gently misted by one of the Park's glistening falls. Visit both the North and South Falls, walking with your guide along peaceful nature trails to experience these iconic natural wonders from different angles. Venture along a path that takes you behind the falls, where you can watch the water create a flowing curtain for the cave you're standing in.

    Spend your afternoon tasting Pinot Noirs and other fine wines in the intimate settings of three boutique wineries in the Willamette Valley. Take in the rolling hillsides and serene vineyards of the Willamette Valley and learn how the terroir of the land influences the wine in your glass! In between tastings, you'll enjoy Oregon's culinary bounty with a fresh, local lunch at the Coelho Winery in the rustic town of Amity.

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    All Day Northern Oregon Wineries and Forest Bike Tour

    Booze Tour Portland
    $225
    Enjoy a bike ride in the morning (bicycle provided) and relax with lunch and wine tasting in the afternoon. Greet the morning with scenic forest views on Oregon's first state trail: a converted railway line with a 700 foot long trestle. Ride through sun-dappled glades and across swift, clear streams. After the ride we head to the wineries in the comfort of a luxury 7 passenger SUV. Spend the afternoon enjoying some of the world's best Pinot Noir. We visit and enjoy tastings (tasting fee included) at two wineries bounded by the Chehalem Mountains to the north and the Red Hills of Dundee to the south. A gourmet picnic lunch is provided with items that pair well with the wine while you take in the magnificent views at the vineyards. This all day tour is all inclusive and limited to 6 people per tour.

    We begin the day at Waterfront Bicycles in downtown Portland getting outfitted for the ride (27 speed bicycle is included), then load up in the luxury SUV for the trail head. After a safety briefing we spend a leisurely two hours with the guide enjoying a paved trail through a lush coastal forest. We stop at points of interest and photo ops where water and snacks are provided. After the bike ride a scenic half hour ride in the SUV brings us to Oregon wine country. We spend the afternoon at two wineries. Enjoy lunch and scenic views of the Cascade Mountains and Dundee Hills. Sip your wine and learn about the soil, topography and weather and the impact each has on the flavors you are tasting in your glass of pinot noir (lunch and tasting fees included). Unwind and catch a glimpse of what makes Oregon wines some of the best in the world. We head back to downtown Portland and arrive between 5:30pm and 6pm in time for you to enjoy your evening.

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    Columbia River Gorge Tour from Portland

    Multiday Tour Portland
    $65
    A half hour east of Portland can be found the Columbia river Gorge, Multnomah falls and some of the most magnificent scenery in the country; skyscraper cliffs, giant sturgeon, and majestic waterfalls. During the last ice age, a cataclysmic event occurred, that left a lasting monument along the path of the mighty Columbia River. A great flood sheared away the land, leaving stone cliffs and water falls that form the world famous “Columbia River Gorge”. View the majesty from the Vista House atop 800 foot sheer rock cliffs, see Multnomah Falls, the second tallest year round waterfall in the country, or witness the free-falling splendor of Latourell Falls. In the autumn, witness salmon spawning in nearby Eagle Creek.

    First we head east in a small private van,on highway 84 to Bonneville dam and view the fish ladder and hatchery where you'll find Herman the ten foot sturgeon. After saying hi to Herman, we'll head back toward Portland along the historic Columbia River highway, but not before seeing some majestic waterfalls.

    The first waterfall is Horsetail Falls, and then Multnomah Falls, the highest continuously flowing waterfall in the country! You'll also have an opportunity to do a small hike to the Simon Benson Bridge. Continuing on we stop at Shepherds Dell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and the magnificent Latourell falls, where we'll do another small hike. From there we proceed to Crown Point vista house with a spectacular view of the Columbia River Gorge before heading back to Portland. Price includes all transportation, pick up and drop off (within a five mile radius of downtown Portland) and bottled water.

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    Small Group Columbia Gorge Waterfalls and Wine Tour from Portland

    Multiday Tour Portland
    $149
    The Pacific Northwest offers endless rugged beauty, and on this small-group tour from Portland, you'll explore the gorgeous waterfalls of Columbia Gorge, admire views of wet forests, spot wildlife like eagles and osprey, and tour the vineyards of several wineries, with wine tastings included. Your naturalist guide will teach you about the area's history and landscape, and ensure comfortable transportation by luxury vehicle.

    After pickup from your downtown Portland hotel, relax on a scenic drive by luxury vehicle to Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. Travel along the mighty Columbia River and be on the lookout for bald eagles and osprey, all while admiring the towering basalt cliffs formed from the river cutting through the Cascade Mountains.

    When you arrive, your professional guide will take you to a few waterfalls. This area is home to the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US, Multnomah Falls.

    Spend some time hiking around these stunning natural wonders, and be sure to have your camera ready! Then, continue driving east, where wet forests of the coastal Pacific Northwest provide views of oaks, pines and other arid vegetation, creating prime growing conditions for grapes.

    As you near the town of Hood River, embark on a tour of a few local wineries, each one unique and charming in its own way. At each winery, relax and sample some boutique wines found only in Oregon. The weather, views and wine make for an unparalleled vineyard experience.

    In between wineries, your guide will tell you about the history of the land and the region's culture, giving you an understanding of how this incredible landscape has shaped the wine in your glass.

    Some of the wineries you may visit include Cathedral Ridge, Wy'East Vineyards, and others depending on the season. After your tour, relax on the drive back to your downtown Portland hotel.

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    Small-Group Full-Day Tour of Mount St Helens Volcano from Portland

    Multiday Tour Seattle
    $225
    Traveling north into Washington from your location in Portland, a professional naturalist guide will take you to Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument in a luxury Mercedes van. You'll visit locations surrounding the blast zone from the 1980 explosion before arriving at Mount St. Helens. As you drive along Spirit Lake Highway, you'll stop by Ape Cave, and may take a peaceful walk along the Hummocks Trail or pause to reflect alongside the blue waters of Coldwater Lake. After enjoying a picnic lunch, you'll arrive at the Johnston Ridge Observatory to embark on an interpretive walk along the Eruption Trail. The trail offers sweeping views into the crater, and teems with purple lupine and other wildflowers in the mid-to-late summer.

    • Embark on interpretative nature walks led by a naturalist guide 
    • Hear the geological science and captivating stories behind the 1980 eruption 
    • Gaze into the blast zone and crater from scenic viewpoints 
    • Witness a desolate but reemerging landscape and learn about the ecosystem's rebirth 
    • Visit the renowned Johnston Ridge Observatory and Visitor Center 
    • Watch for resident elk herds, frogs, beavers, birds, and other wildlife 
    • Savor a fresh, family-style lunch (included in the price) 
    • Venture into Ape Cave, the largest continuous lava tube in the continental United States

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    Full Day Multnomah Falls and Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland

    Multiday Tour Portland
    $140
    The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area features dozens of waterfalls along with stunning river views and hiking trails. On this 8-hour day trip from Portland, an informative guide takes you through the region’s spectacular landscapes, including viewpoints of the gorge from the Portland Women’s Forum State Scenic Viewpoint and the Vista House at Crown Point. Then fill your camera with shots of five waterfalls: Latourell, Bridal Veil, Wahkeena, Horsetail and, of course, Multnomah Falls. Round-trip transport from downtown hotels included.

    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, cross a bridge over Bridal Veil Falls, and then follow a winding footpath leading to a viewing platform where this hidden gem can be seen. An optional 1-mile (1.6-km) guided hike brings you closer to the water that cascades down angling rock faces. A bit further down the highway, Wahkeena Falls tumbles 242 feet (73 meters) into Wahkeena Creek, surrounded by tall, moss-covered firs.
    Continue to nearby Multnomah Falls, one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon and the second-highest year-round waterfall in the US at 620 feet (189 meters). Nearly two million visitors per year come to see its plummeting two-tier cascade from the Benson Bridge, built in 1914. The last waterfall on your tour is the 176-foot (53-meter) Horsetail Falls, nestled within a mossy slope of ferns.
    Following this final view, visit the Bonneville Lock and Dam, built during the Great Depression as the river's first hydroelectric dam. Depending on the season, you may see steelhead trout or chinook, sockeye or coho salmon swimming up a fish ladder. Then head to the town of Cascade Locks for lunch (own expense).

    After lunch, cross over the Bridge of the Gods to the Washington side of the Columbia River, and view traditional fishing platforms of local American Indian tribes. Wrap up your full-day tour at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum, which showcases biographies and natural history, with special exhibits on the Lewis and Clark expedition, the timber and fishing industries, and the First Peoples of the Gorge, the Cascade Chinook.
    In the evening, you’re returned to your hotel in Portland.

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    Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River

    Multiday Tour Portland
    $100
    See the natural wonders that line the Historic Columbia River Highway on this day trip from Portland to Mt Hood. With a guide, you'll be whisked to some of Oregon's most spectacular sights, including Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge, as you learn about the area along the way. Stop by attractions like Timberline Lodge and Rowena Crest, and have free time for lunch in Hood River. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people.

    Your day of exploring some of Oregon's most famous natural attractions starts with hotel pickup in Portland. Then head out of the city to the Multnomah Falls, the second tallest waterfalls in the United States!

    As you relax in your tour vehicle, enjoy the natural beauty while knowing it's just a taste of what's to come, starting with your first stop at Multnomah Falls, the most famous waterfall in Oregon. The second-highest year-round waterfall in the United States, iconic Multnomah Falls is fed by Larch Mountain's underground springs.  

    Continue east along the highway to Hood River, a quaint valley town located at the confluence of the Columbia and Hood rivers on the Columbia River Gorge. Listen as your guide talks about the town's environmental and cultural history, and hear about the kiteboarders and windsurfers who skim across the waters of the gorge, one of the county's top stops for these two wind sports.

    When you arrive in town, you have free time for lunch on your own. Pick one of the many restaurants to grab a bite, and then peruse the shops and wine-tasting rooms, if you wish (own expense).

    Back with your guide, return to your tour vehicle and visit Rowena Crest, a farm stand (seasonally), Trillium Lake (seasonally), and Timberline Lodge, positioned at an elevation of 11,249 feet (3,429 meters) on Mt Hood, Oregon's tallest peak. Hop out to tour the lodge or take a short walk around the lodge to enjoy its mountain scenery.

    Your day trip ends with the drive back to Portland, returning to the city for hotel drop-off.

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    Portland Breweries By Bike

    Bike Tours Portland
    $49
    No visit to Portland Oregon would be complete without sampling the city's tastiest beverage - beer! Our experienced guides select the best breweries in town, and deliver you right to the doorstep of the craft brewery scene. After enjoying two unique breweries, this tour ends with a complimentary local micro-brew fresh off the taps in our bike shop!

    Portland boasts the most brew pubs per capita and at 58 (the last time we counted) it would be dangerous to visit them all. Luckily we've narrowed it down to a few of our favorites and they all happen to be a short ride apart. Contact us about visiting your favorite brewery or if you want to inquire about the choices for the route.

    Food and Beverages are not included at the first two stops so that there is no pressure to “drink your money's worth” and so that every one can be in control of their own intake levels. We encourage tasters to be split between two persons, which allows everyone to sample the delicious styles that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

    Upon returning to the shop, we'll share in a free celebratory beverage provided by Hopworks Urban Brewery, and you'll get your own pint glass to take home and remember your journey with!

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    Essential Portland Bike Tour

    Bike Tours Portland
    $39
    Explore Portland Oregon! This signature bike tour is an ideal introduction to the City of Roses. Visit historic Old Town, pedal the Waterfront Esplanade, cruise the Green Park Block corridors and explore the Pearl District with our experienced guides and comfortable rides.

    Meet us at our convenient downtown location and pick out bikes as we get ready to head out on the town. Rolling through the heart of China Town and in to Tom McCall Waterfront Park, our first stop is at the Japanese American Historical Plaza for a bit of history and a look at the ever changing cityscape.

    Continuing on, participants experience world class bike paths and scenic vistas of the Portland skyline on our way to visiting green neighborhoods and successful commerce spaces.

    Enjoy the smooth path through Portland's Park Blocks and visit our newest park for a look at modern design techniques and a look in to the future of community spaces. This bike tour would not be complete without a cruise through the Pearl district – a hotspot for the incredible food, beer, and craft culture here.

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    Portland Foodie Fieldtrip By Bike

    Bike Tours Portland
    $59
    Arrive hungry and experience a variety of flavors from local hotspots in Portland, Oregon. Learn about the bustling culinary scene as well as the “localvore” philosophy that drives it. Indulge your taste buds and ride with us on this classic Portland experience.

    Sip and savor some of Portland's finest roast at Cup & Bar. With dedication to more than fair trade, primary bean sourcing from women-owned cooperatives, and a dedicated passion for creating the best coffee in town, you can't miss this must visit shop. Also, did we mention they make their own chocolate too? After a rest at Cup & Bar, we then breeze through distinct, and historic neighborhoods towards some of the best food cart creations in town.

    Portland is serious about it's food and is home to many epic food cart pods – dishing up slow food delicacies at incredible value. With over 400 Food Trucks in Portland the competition is fierce, bringing the quality and creative delivery to delicious new heights. We take you to the pod where it all started, down on SE 12th and Hawthorne where we'll experience samples of Portland's rising star Chicken and Guns, as well as Potato Champion. 

    Journeying through more craftsman neighborhoods, our last stop indulges your sweet side, topping the journey off with a visit to Fifty Licks (Friday through Sunday), home to some of the best ice cream in the city, these folks focus on creating wonderful flavors from their own handmade ice cream base, making the taste unique and individual from start to finish. On Monday through Thursday we visit Alma Chocolates, a Portland icon and host of delicious hand dipped bon bon's. Their combination of single origin cocao paired with locally sourced flavors make this an excellent way to round out the afternoon. 

    Vegan and Gluten Free options are available at each stop. (Please note: Celiac options are very limited) If you are concerned about your ability to participate due to a dietary restriction, please contact us prior to placing your booking.

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    Portland Brewery Bike Tour

    Bike Tours Portland
    $69
    Experience Portland’s world-famous beer culture on this fun bike tour – the perfect way to explore this gorgeous city. Following your local guide on easy bike ride, visit several top-notch microbreweries such as Bridgeport and Deschutes to sample several beers, with all tastings included.

    After meeting your friendly local guide in downtown Portland in the afternoon, hop on your bike for a leisurely, mostly flat 5-mile (8-km) ride through this beautiful city.

    Visit several of the 40 microbreweries and brewpubs that give Portland its national reputation for beer. Most of these beloved breweries brew their beers on site, and some you'll visit may include Bridgeport, Deschutes, the McMenamin's Crystal Ballroom, Lucky Labrador, New Old Lompoc, Rogue and Tugboat Brewing.

    In addition to sampling refreshing, fresh-brewed beer, you’ll also take behind-the-scenes tours to see where the magic happens!

    In between breweries, your guide will point out the city’s best bars, restaurants and local hotspots in the downtown area, the Pearl District and northwest Portland. Pass famous Powell's Books, one of the world's largest independent bookstores, and cycle past coffee drinkers outside Stumptown Coffee.

    If time permits, you’ll finish your tour with a pint at a cozy local tap room before heading back to the starting point.

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    Bike the Columbia Gorge: Waterfalls and Scenic Roads

    Bike Tours Portland
    $150
    Bike and hike both ends of the Historic Columbia River Highway on this intense experience across the gamut of Oregon geology and climactic zones. Start with 3-6 miles in the wet, waterfall-laden Western Columbia Gorge (includes short hikes to waterfalls) and then we drive east of Hood River for 5-9 miles of the gorgeous, sinuous arid end of the old highway in what we call a wildlife playground: bald eagles, deer, and more! Tour includes vegetarian lunch, snacks, and coffee or tea, as well as fitted bike and helmet. One of our enthusiastic guides will ride along with you; this is the only fully-supported gorge bike tour available! (Please note most of our ride is on historic highways that do have moderate vehicle traffic in busy seasons.)

    Your guide will pick you up at your hotel or meet at a central eastside Portland point by 8 a.m., and will greet you with coffee or tea and a bike fitting. Your guide will load your bikes in a comfortable Sprinter van or SUV and head out toward the western edge of the Columbia Gorge. 

    You and your group will take a scenic stop to introduce you to the geology and microclimates through which you'll shortly be riding. While your guide unloads your bikes, grab photos of the vistas before you don your helmet; then ride down the thrilling, magical curves of the Historic Columbia River Highway. You and your guide will ride three to six miles and take short hikes to three waterfalls, including one of our favorite in the Gorge -- Latourell Falls, a stunning plunge-style waterfall with a backdrop of cathedral-like columnar basalt -- before your guide loads the bikes back on the van.

    If your group hasn't yet visited Multnomah Falls, you'll take a quick stop to get our favorite perspective of this stunning landmark, the tallest in Oregon, before driving to a picnic spot with a spectacular view (in inclement weather, indoor lunch options are available; we are happy to ride rain, shine or wind!). After a vegetarian lunch, you'll head east past the rugged wind surfing town of Hood River to what we call a wildlife playground, the far more arid Garry oak-covered ridges and sinuous hills of the Eastern Gorge. Your guide will get the bikes out again and you'll ride five to nine miles. You'll get an opportunity to see the shape of landscape exposed far more clearly without the lush forests and ferns of the Western Gorge, and ride the stunning S-curves of the most beautiful, and little-used, part of the Historic Columbia River Highway, modeled after what is considered one of Europe's most amazing roads, the Axenstrasse of Western Switzerland.

    At the end of the ride, you and your group will drive back to Portland. Your professional guide will provide historical commentary and conversation throughout the day, as well as telling you stories about native legends and giving you the opportunity to renew yourself with what one of our favorite zen bicyclists calls "mindful riding." You'll be returned to your hotel, or the central Eastside, at the end of the journey.

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    Oregon Priority Winetasting Pass

    Food Tours Portland
    $45

    Receive one year's worth of access to exclusive savings and elevated wine-tasting experiences at more than 450 Wineries in Almost all Wine Regions in Oregon, California, and Washington!!! You receive an assortment of unlimited complimentary wine tastings, 2-for-1 tastings, and meet-the-winemaker experiences throughout all wine regions.  In addition, take advantage of discounted rates on wine tastings, tours, transportation, hotels, and select activities plus savings on wine purchases. Here is a link to a comprehensive list: www.prioritywinepass.com/list-view/

    Use your membership card for VIP discounts at more than 400 wineries throughout Oregon, Washington, and California. Simply show up at most wineries right away and show your priority wine pass to begin receiving the benefits (make sure to follow instructions from Viator once ordering). This pass will pay for itself in savings after your first winery. (Some wineries require reservations in advance.)

    Your pass includes a concierge service to help you select from top wineries and make your tasting experience easy and affordable without the stress of deciding where and when to go. Select from listed wineries in the list view here: www.prioritywinepass.com/list-view/

    In addition, get discounts on hotel stays and transportation, activities such as balloon tours, and wine purchases.

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    Eastside Feast Ride - food and beer pairing tour

    Food Tours Portland
    $99

    In the land of amazing beer and mouth-watering food, BREWVANA delivers. Join us for a Portland culinary adventure while we celebrate the great beer and the vast selection of flavors that it compliments. Our Eastside Feast Ride tour will teach you about the ingredients in beer, what tasting characteristics they lend to the finish product, and what food to pair it with.

    Our tour begins at Commons Brewing for a cheesy beer match made in heaven and a bit of beer knowledge to store for later. Then it's over to Ecliptic Brewing for a delicious dinner paired with their out-of-this-world beer.  Last but not least, we'll wrap up the evening at local hangout Cup & Bar to learn how chocolate is made, and for the real shock effect — how well it pairs with beer! Explore your senses and fill your belly with some of the most amazing tastes your pallate could image. You won't want to miss out on this all-inclusive culinary beer experience of Portland, OR. 

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    Columbia River Gorge Tour and Portland Spirit Dinner Cruise

    Food Tours Portland
    $200
    Your eight-hour tour begins by taking you from your hotel into the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area where you will see nature's beauty with gorgeous waterfalls like Multnomah Falls, Latourell Falls, and Horsetail Falls. You will also get to visit Vista House, which is considered the crown jewel of the Gorge. After our Gorge excursion, we will drop you at the Portland Spirit where you will take an evening dinner cruise on the Willamette River. After dinner transportation to your hotel is not included.

    Starting with your pickup from your hotel in the Downtown Portland area at 2pm, you will spend the afternoon at Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls. As the tour proceeds, travel the Historic Columbia River Highway Scenic Byway. Along the way, see the Crown Point Vista House, the most popular of the scenic lookouts along the highway that provides a panoramic view of the Columbia River.

    Latourell Falls plunges 249 feet over a massive wall of columnar basalt, some of the best formations in the Pacific Northwest, before cascading toward the Columbia River. This waterfall is most recognized for the bright yellow lichen adorning the cliff face, a favorite location of many famous photographers. A winding footpath and a bridge lead to an ideal vantage point for the Bridal Veil Falls. These falls consist of two cascades in quick succession along angling rock faces. This waterfall is one of the best-kept secrets in the Columbia River Gorge. People read about it, but rarely get a chance to view the actual waterfall.

    Upon your return to Portland, you will be dropped off at the Portland Spirit for an evening dinner cruise on the Willamette River. The dinner cruise is a lively setting enhanced by dazzling sights along the riverfront. It will be an evening filled with gourmet cuisine, locally-sourced and prepared fresh on board.  Every plated entree is selected by each guest on board, including a house salad,  bread, house dessert, fountain soda, coffee, hot tea. This is a two-hour cruise, featuring entertainment, live performances, and live piano music.  You can expect to enjoy this tour with up to 13 other people.

    Once your dinner cruise is over transportation back to your hotel is not included.

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    Small-Group Oregon Wine Tasting Tour and Dinner Cruise

    Food Tours Portland
    $250
    With a professional driver and local guide, explore the home of some of the most beautiful vineyards in the world. Known for a distinctive Pinot Noir, the Willamette Valley is the heart of renown vineyards and some of the most unique tasting rooms. Located on gentle rolling hills, you'll be treated to expansive views of the vines and valley below. Tour includes visits to three wineries with wine tastings. Complete your tour with an evening dinner cruise along the Willamette river. See the skyline illuminated at night and enjoy your choice of locally sourced dinner entrees and live entertainment. Tour is 9-hours in duration and limited to a maximum of 14 people.

    Begin with pickup from downtown Portland hotels or the prearranged meeting location at 12:30pm for transport by private van to the north Willamette Valley region.  A hub of Oregon wine country, the valley is home to more than 700 wineries. Whether you are in the mood for Pinot Noir or other varieties, looking to experiencing the ambiance of a hip, metropolitan winery or admire the legacy of a small town vineyard, you can find it in the Willamette Valley. Enjoy three wine tastings at three select local vineyards. Not only are the wines spectacular, so are the views, so don't forget to bring your camera!

    Private transportation will bring you back to downtown Portland for your 2-hour dinner cruise, boarding at 6:30pm. As the sun goes down, watch the city lights come to life. The illuminated skyline is truly a treat at night, and is a sight that many miss while in Portland. Take advantage of this unique perspective on the city; sit back, relax, take photos, and enjoy the live piano music as you journey down the river.

    The cruise includes locally sourced northwestern cuisine, prepared fresh on board. Choose a plated entree on board, accompanied by house salad, bread, house dessert, fountain soda, coffee, and hot tea. Appetizers, premium desserts, and other beverages from the full service bar are available for purchase on board.

    After the cruise, transportation back to your hotel is not included.

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    Portland's Division Street Food Tour

    Food Tours Portland
    $89

    Division Street is THE hottest neighborhood in Portland! Take a walk with us through this booming neighborhood's creative food & drink scene.

    Division Street is THE hottest neighborhood in Portland! Take a walk with us through this booming neighborhood's creative food & drink scene. We will explore the things that make Division so right now, from one of the city's best urban wineries, to authentic New Mexican food, Indian street snacks, to a James Beard award winning bakery,  to Portland's favorite sausage & salami makers, you'll love the uniqueness & vibrancy of this neighborhood.  We will see some great public art, learn about the history of this neighborhood along with the city's unique development plan that makes Division not only a great place to live but a fantastic place to visit!

    Types of food & tastes:

    • Bratwurst and German potato salad and paired with a local mircobrew
    • Sopapillas served with a prickly pear margarita 
    • Baguettes and cookies from a James Beard Award winning bakery
    • Visit to an urban winery for a regional wine tasting
    • Unique Indian kati rolls or vada pav, an interesting take on a veggie burger
    • Slices of homemade seasonal fruit pie

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    Vista View Air Tour of the Columbia River Gorge

    Air Tours Portland
    $139
    ** PRICE IS PER FLIGHT FOR UP TO 3 PEOPLE. NOT PER PERSON.**

    The Vista View experience gives you a great taste of the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge. Take this memorable flight east through the Gorge toward the Vista House viewpoint atop of Crown Point to get a taste of the grandeur of this natural treasure. Believe us, you'll never forget it and you'll just want more.

    Please note the following details for this flight adventure (information is estimated and will vary per flight):

    Duration: 20 minutes
    Altitude: 1,000 feet
    Flight Distance: 24 flight miles

    All flights begin and end at the Portland-Troutdale Airport at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. You will be flying in a small, light airplane that seats three plus a pilot. Our adventures will fly you low across the landscape that the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer or above the industrial landscape of Portland, Oregon. It's breathtaking, unforgettable, exciting, all rolled together. We couldn't be more thrilled to have you.

    NOTICE: All prices are per flight, not per person! Select 1 traveler at checkout for your group of 1-3 passengers.
    If you have more than one traveler, please note additional traveler weights in the 'special requirements' box at checkout.

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    Wonderful Waterfalls Air Tour

    Air Tours Portland
    $349
    ** PRICE IS PER FLIGHT FOR UP TO 3 PEOPLE. NOT PER PERSON.**

    Start your Oregon adventure with the Wonderful Waterfalls tour from the air, and explore the same spots by land after to make it a 360 degree experience! Take in the first and last of the most popular waterfalls the Columbia RIver Gorge has to offer. Fly past the Vista House, over Bonneville Dam, and over the Bridge of the Gods near Cascade Locks. This popular tour is the ultimate Gorge experience

    Please note the following details for this flight adventure (information is estimated and will vary per flight):

    Duration: 45 minutes
    Altitude: 1,000 feet
    Flight Distance: 57 flight miles

    All flights begin and end at the Portland-Troutdale Airport at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. You will be flying in a small, light airplane that seats three plus a pilot. Our adventures will fly you low across the landscape that the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer or above the industrial landscape of Portland, Oregon. It's breathtaking, unforgettable, exciting, all rolled together. We couldn't be more thrilled to have you.

    NOTICE: All prices are per flight, not per person! Select 1 traveler at checkout for your group of 1-3 passengers.
    If you have more than one traveler, please note additional traveler weights in the 'special requirements' box at checkout.

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    Portlandia Flight Adventure

    Air Tours Portland
    $349

    ** PRICE IS PER FLIGHT FOR UP TO 3 PEOPLE. NOT PER PERSON.**

    Downtown Portland, Oregon extends west from the Willamette River to Interstate 405, and south from the Union Station train depot to just south of the Portland State University campus. High-density business and residential towers rise into the skies of Oregon's largest city and metropolitan area where bustling highways and roadways converge to maintain the demands of commerce and tourism. With a network of public transport light-rail train stations, trams, streetcars, and pedi-cabs, the city is vibrant, unique, and awesome in a way only Portland can be. Sorrounded by hills to the west, a river populated by numerous bridges, and a breathtaking view of Mt. Hood to the east, Portland is one of America's favorite cities. 

    Please note the following details for this flight adventure (information is estimated and will vary per flight):

    Duration: 35 minutes
    Altitude: 1,500 feet
    Flight Distance: 57 flight miles

    All flights begin and end at the Portland-Troutdale Airport at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. You will be flying in a small, light airplane that seats three plus a pilot. Your adventures will fly you low across the landscape that the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer or above the industrial landscape of Portland, Oregon. It's breathtaking, unforgettable, exciting, all rolled together.

    Notice: All prices are per flight, not per person! Select 1 traveler at checkout for your group of 1-3 passengers. If you have more than one traveler, please note additional traveler weights in the 'special requirements' box at checkout.

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    Quicksand Triangle Air Tour

    Air Tours Portland
    $419
    ** PRICE IS PER FLIGHT FOR UP TO 3 PEOPLE. NOT PER PERSON.**

    Reach the mouth of what is now called the Sandy River just as Lewis and Clark did back in 1805. They called it the "Quicksand River" due to a Mt. Hood eruption only a few years prior to the exploration. Be amazed at this aerial view of the topography below. Follow the beautiful river toward the town of Sandy, Oregon, over the Mt. Hood National Forest toward the the city of Cascade Locks, Oregon on the Columbia River and venture west back toward Troutdale. This tour is truly a beauty and will permit countless photographic memories.

    Please note the following details for this flight adventure (information is estimated and will vary per flight):

    Duration: 60 minutes
    Altitude: 4,600 feet
    Flight Distance: 74 flight miles

    All flights begin and end at the Portland-Troutdale Airport at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. You will be flying in a small, light airplane that seats three plus a pilot. Your adventures will fly you low across the landscape that the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer or above the industrial landscape of Portland, Oregon. It's breathtaking, unforgettable, exciting, all rolled together.

    All prices are per flight, not per person! Select 1 traveler at checkout for your group of 1-3 passengers. 
    If you have more than one traveler, please note additional traveler weights in the 'special requirements' box at checkout.

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    Columbia Gorge and Downtown Portland Scenic Flight Tour

    Air Tours Portland
    $529
    ** PRICE IS PER FLIGHT FOR UP TO 3 PEOPLE. NOT PER PERSON.**

    Here's a quick explanation of the Figure 8 flight adventure: It's incredible! First things first, we'll take off on your private flight through the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. Meander over the gentle Columbia River surrounded by towering pine trees and ancient cliffs while treating yourself to views of dozens of waterfalls. Then head to the west toward Portland and behold dazzling views of the city's many bridges, towering buildings that sit between the Willamette River and the west hills. This flight is truly an incredible experience and we guarantee you'll absolutely love it.

    Please note the following details for this flight adventure (information is estimated and will vary per flight):

    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
    Altitude: 1,500 feet
    Flight Distance: 99 flight miles

    All flights begin and end at the Portland-Troutdale Airport at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. You will be flying in a small, light airplane that seats three plus a pilot. Your adventures will fly you low across the landscape that the beautiful Pacific Northwest has to offer or above the industrial landscape of Portland, Oregon. It's breathtaking, unforgettable, exciting, all rolled together.

    Notice: All prices are per flight, not per person! Select 1 traveler at checkout for your group of 1-3 passengers. If you have more than one traveler, please note additional traveler weights in the 'special requirements' box at checkout.

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    Muffins on an Island Sea Kayak Tour in Casco Bay

    Adventure Brunswick
    $50

    Learn the basics of sea kayaking on land before launching at Mere Point in Brunswick for a leisurely 3 hour morning tour of Northwest Casco Bay!  Usually we paddle south to the end of Mere Point for a photo op and then on to visiting an island for a stretch break, snacks, and shoreline exploring. Then we paddle back by another island to our launching point.

    Sea kayaking is an easy, fun way to sight see from the water.  We often see different kinds of sea gulls, cormorants, black ducks, mallard ducks, eider ducks, great blue herons, snowy egrets, osprey and sometimes bald eagles. If we are lucky, we will see a seal.

    Paddlers of all ages will love exploring Casco Bay in this protected, scenic, historic area! No experience is needed. Single and double kayaks are used on this guided tour by a Master Maine Guide.


    Begin your small group sea kayak tour at 8:30am at Mere Point in Brunswick, where you'll meet your Master Maine Guide, Alice. Get outfitted with your life jacket, paddle, and be fitted to your sea kayak. Your small group will receive a short lesson on shore to get you ready, and then the sea kayaks will be carried down to the water to launch.

    You'll paddle along the coastline exploring cottages built in the 1900's and talking about island living, while looking for osprey, great blue herons, herring and great black back gulls, sea ducks and possibly seals during lower tides. You might see a lobstermen fishing and you will paddle around the lobster buoys. Depending on weather conditions we'll choose an island to paddle to and take a snack break. After the break, we'll paddle back to our start following a different route. We will return about 11:30am. After landing we will carry the kayaks up to the trailer.

    The route of your sea kayak tour will be determined by weather, tide, and wildlife. Your guide will always know which way to go to have the most fun! We follow 'Leave No Trace' ethics during our tour. If you wish to take pictures while exploring on the tour, bring a waterproof case for your camera or phone. If the weather is unfavorable or unsafe for an enjoyable and safe tour as determined by the guide, the option of moving the tour to the tidal Androscoggin River, or rebooking, or full refund will be given. 

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    Vancouver Puzzling Adventure

    Adventure Vancouver
    $23

    Turn Vancouver into a game while partaking on a 2-hour Walking Adventure. Your smartphone will act as your guide, while you solve clues and complete challenges around the city. Entry price is per team.

    1. Choose your own start time and embark on your adventure. With your smartphone as your guide, go on a brain-teasing and educational walking tour of your chosen neighborhood. Visit a series of locations and answer the questions or solve puzzles to receive your next instruction.

    There is no need to race as quickly as possible from start to finish. Part of the fun is enjoying the sights, sounds, and tastes of the tour. Before heading to your next location, you'll have time to eat, drink, enjoy the sights, and use the bathroom while the game clock is not running. You're only timed on your travel and puzzles.

    At the end of your adventure, see your rank based on a combination of your answers to the questions and game clock time.

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    Guided Hike in Portland's Forest Park

    Adventure Portland
    $65
    This activity is a 2-hour guided hike through giant douglas fir and cedar trees, ferns, and on clear days beautiful views of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens.

    Distance & Difficulty - The total distance is 5-miles and is rated as "moderate" with some hills and switchbacks.

    About Forest Park - Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the world and the only city wilderness park in the United States. The park is home to hundreds of native plants and animals and offers more than eighty miles of trails - all within minutes of downtown Portland. While navigating the park on your own can be daunting, Sarah will ensure that you have an enjoyable experience and do not get lost! If you want to hike or walk slowly that is absolutely OK! If you want to have a rigorous fitness hike that is OK, too. Photography stops and nature gazing are welcome!

    Enjoy a guided hike in one of Portland's crown jewels - Forest Park - with a naturalist who will explain the names of the different trees and plants, and information about the history of the area (native Americans, Lewis & Clark, Oregon Trail, etc.).

    About Forest Park: Forest Park is one of the country's largest urban forest reserves. The park covers more than 5,000 acres of forest with a few patches of old growth. More than 112 bird species and 62 mammal species frequent the park and its wide variety of trees and shade-loving plants. Many small creeks run through the woods. It is an ideal place to experience the big woods of the Pacific Northwest without leaving Portland.

    Our hike route is approximately five miles, and can be shorter if you prefer - that is entirely up to you and how you are feeling the day of the hike.

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    Columbia Gorge Day Hiking Tour

    Adventure Portland
    $120
    The 80 miles of the Columbia River Gorge's steep rocky sides offer some of the most spectacular hiking in the world, complete with pounding waterfalls, eagles, century-old trees, ferns, flowers, and ancient rocks. Join us for a day of exploring with 2-3 hikes aimed at pushing you to new heights both physical and experiential. Based on your group's fitness level and the season, hikes could include Hamilton Mountain, Rowena Crest, Beacon Rock, Dog Mountain, Falls Creek Falls, and many others. Coffee, vegetarian picnic lunch and snacks included; your naturalist guide will accompany you on most of the day's hikes, introducing you to the many native plants, ferns, lichens, mosses, animals and birds, teaching you trail practices and breathing techniques, and helping you see past the next footfall to the way volcanoes and ice age floods have each in their turn shaped this place. Expect 4-12 miles of hiking; elevation gain dependent on group. Pickup and drop-off in or near downtown Portland.

    Your guide will pick you up at your hotel, or a central meeting point, in Portland by 8 a.m., and will greet you with coffee to set the plan for the day. After reviewing your hiking experience, goals and fitness level, your guide will devise the ideal itinerary for your group -- taking into account differing levels among your group members (many hikes have multiple options).

    You will be driven in a comfortable Sprinter van or SUV to your morning hike, 35 minutes to an hour away, with a scenic stop on the way to introduce you to the geology and microclimates into which you'll shortly be immersed. Next you and your guide will begin a hike at a trailhead in the Western Columbia River Gorge, such as Latourell Falls or Hamilton Mountain, with stops for snacks. Expect to be introduced to trail etiquette and practices if you are not already familiar, as well as exploring the detailed world of native plant, lichen, fungus and wild life. Your guide has experience observing (and nibbling on) plant life throughout the year, and you might be offered a taste of your guide's favorite roadside snack; bring your sense of adventure! By lunchtime, your first hike will be completed, and your group will share a vegetarian picnic lunch.

    After lunch, you and your group will visit another scenic stop with a short hike further to the east in the Columbia River Gorge, viewing at least one waterfall up close, before proceeding to a hiking destination such as Rowena Crest. You'll get an opportunity to observe the very different plant life in this much more arid region, as well as see the shape of landscape exposed far more clearly without the lush forests and ferns of the Western Gorge. At the end of this hike, you and your group will drive back to Portland, with a stop at a brewery in the central Columbia Gorge on the return trip if time and interest allows.

    Your professional guide will provide naturalist commentary and conversation throughout the day, as well as telling you stories about native legends and introducing you to a wide variety of spiritual approaches to the oldest, most essential meditative exercise: a walk in the woods. You'll be returned to your hotel at the end of the journey, between 2 and 3 p.m.

    Hiking shoes that can handle mud and some running water are recommended -- for most hikes in July, August, and September, trail running shoes can suffice, but the rest of the year is subject to frequent downpours that leave trails muddy and with occasional small streams running across trails. If you don't have footwear you're comfortable in, feel free to contact us for recommendations prior to departure.

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    Portland Indoor Skydiving Experience

    Adventure Portland
    $70
    Feel the thrill of skydiving without jumping out of an airplane. It's true! Head to iFLY Portland, a premier indoor skydiving facility powered by a state-of-the-art vertical wind tunnel. After a training session, you'll experience free-fall conditions with the help of an instructor. No experience is necessary, and afterward, you can take home a personalized flight certificate.

    Arrive at iFLY Portland, and get started by putting on your gear and going through a specialized training session from an expert flight instructor.

    You'll learn how to safely float in an 800-horsepower vertical wind tunnel that generates a wall-to-wall cushion of air - commonly used by professional skydivers - without having to jump from a plane. Just about anyone can fly, and no experience is necessary.

    Once you're inside the enclosed space of the flight chamber, a tunnel operator slowly increases the wind speed until you and your instructor are airborne. Feel the adrenaline rush as you float at wind speeds reaching 130 to 175 mph (209 to 282 kph). The stable wall-to-wall airflow keeps you from falling off the column of air, and your instructor is on hand at all times to guide you.

    The entire indoor skydiving experience takes about 75 minutes from start to finish. Each session includes up to six people, but you fly one-on-one with your instructor for 60 seconds in the wind tunnel twice.

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    Small-Group Mount Hood and Columbia River Gorge Tour and Brunch Cruise

    Water Tour Portland
    $200
    Take a comprehensive 9-hour guided tour of Oregon's national scenic area, the Columbia River Gorge. See the breathtaking landscape from the water on a 2-hour brunch cruise; cruise east toward Hood River, then west to Bonneville Dam, and finally return to the town of Cascade Locks. Then board your private vehicle to drive into the mountains to experience this agricultural area, known for its production of pears and wines. Drive along the Fruit Loop, stop at local farm stands, and drive up the Mount Hood Scenic Byway to reach Timberline Lodge, located over halfway up the side of Mount Hood. Tour is limited to a small group of a maximum of 14 people.

    Your scenic tour begins with pickup from downtown Portland hotels or the central meeting location at 8:30am.

    First drive through the Columbia River Gorge national scenic area to the town of Cascade Locks. Here, stop at the marine park to board the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler for a 2-hour brunch cruise. The cruise includes a buffet-style champagne brunch complete with a variety of breakfast, lunch and dessert items, as well as champagne, sparkling cider, orange juice, coffee, and hot tea. Other beverages from the full service bar are available for purchase. Sit inside, eat and enjoy the incredible views, then head outside and walk around on the decks. Feel the northwestern wind, inhale the fresh air, take amazing photographs, and soak up some sun. If you would like, head to the top deck, meet the ship captain, and steer for a few minutes!

    After the cruise, journey to the town of Hood River. The windsurfing capital of the world, it is likely you will see windsurfers and kite-boarders out on the Columbia River. Drive along the Fruit Loop, a 35-mile scenic route, past gorgeous pear, cherry, apple, nectarine and peach orchards. Stop at a stunning viewpoint to see Mt Hood and Mt Adams. Known for being the nation's top producer of pears and apples, don't miss the chance to stop at farm stands located just outside of Hood River. Here you may purchase fresh and locally grown fruit (own expense).

    Continue with a drive on the Mount Hood Scenic Byway. As the byway climbs toward Mt. Hood, the agrarian valley segues into the Mt. Hood National Forest. Visit Timberline Lodge and enjoy its magnificent architecture and art. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon's most popular attractions, drawing nearly two million visitors every year. Considered an architectural wonder, it is still being used for its original intent- a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat for all to enjoy. Built in 1936 as a home for skiers and climbers, Timberline is today home to North America's longest ski season. In the height of winter, the ground floor of the lodge is typically fully buried in snow, with entry through a snow tunnel, or directly into the second floor.

    After spending time in Timberline Lodge, journey back to Portland through the towns of Rhododendron, Zigzag, Welches, and Sandy. Tour concludes with drop-off at your downtown Portland hotel at approximately 5:30pm.

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    Small-Group Portland City Driving Tour and Willamette River Lunch Cruise

    Water Tour Portland
    $175
    See Portland as it is meant to be seen with a 6.5-hour city sightseeing and river cruise combination tour. Take a lunch cruise on the Portland Spirit, seeing the city of Portland in a whole new way while enjoying a delicious lunch. After lunch, be picked up by your professional driver and guide and see the best that Portland has to offer from a private vehicle. Learn about the history of Portland and some of its notable residents. See downtown Portland, the Pearl District, and Nob Hill, then visit Pittock Mansion, Lan Su Chinese Garden, and the International Rose Test Garden. You will experience this tour with up to 13 other people.

    Tour begins with pickup from your Portland Spirit Lunch Cruise.  Transportation to the Portland Spirit from your hotel is not included. 

    Take in stunning views of the downtown city skyline. Make sure to have plenty of memory on your camera to capture the breathtaking sights from the unique vantage point on the Willamette River. Complete the festive day on the water with live entertainment and performances.  Lunch is comprised of fresh, locally sourced items prepared on board. Includes a plated lunch entree selected by each guest, bread, fountain soft drinks, iced tea, coffee, and hot tea. Appetizers, desserts and other beverages from the full service bar are available for additional purchase on board.

    At the end of the cruise, be picked up for a best of Portland city tour. Don't just see the highlights of downtown, your guide will give you a well-balanced overview of both downtown and surrounding area history, culture, current events, and a representation of cultural diversity in the state of Oregon. Travel through the various parts of the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District and Nob Hill, local neighborhoods. Visit all the must-see attractions including the Pittock Mansion, Lan Su Chinese Garden and the International Rose Test Garden.

    Head first to downtown Portland and enjoy the sites of Pioneer Square. Learn about the great diversity found in Portland's downtown area, the historical importance it has played in the state's history, and the fast-growing culture that exists in the city of Portland. Make a stop at Pittock Mansion. This meticulously preserved architectural landmark symbolizes Portland's transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. Home to the Pittock family and their descendants until 1958, the house opened to the public as a museum in 1965.

    Next visit the International Rose Test Garden. Let the fragrance of over 550 different varieties of roses delight your senses as you explore the lush and beautiful Washington Park. Continue your exploration of Portland's greenery with one of Portland's greatest treasures and most interesting sites to see, Lan Su Chinese Garden.  Built by Chinese artisans from Suzhou, it can be considered the most authentic Chinese garden outside of China.

    Tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel (or the central meeting point) at approximately 5:30pm.

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    Private Dundee Hills Luxury Wine Tour

    Private Tours Portland
    $400
    Enjoy a luxurious private wine tour in the Dundee Hills. This first class adventure takes you into the beautiful hills of the central Willamette Valley. Enjoy wine tastings from the finest wineries in Oregon.

    During your unforgettable private wine tour, you will be taken on a journey like no other! You will be visiting 3 wineries in the breathtaking Dundee Hills! You will spend approximately 1hr in each winery, as well as eat lunch at the world's famous Red Hills Market in Dundee. Each passenger will have $10.00 provided for lunch. This private wine tour includes round-trip pickup to and from your hotel, bed and breakfast, and/or your residence as well as round-trip transportation to and from the wine tour. You will be riding in style in a nice, spacious SUV. For a larger group over 6 passengers, there will be a nice 2017 Ford Transit van. This amazing wine tour is 6 hours, and if you need more time past 6 hours that option is available for a additional fee.

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    Private Reserve Tasting

    Private Tours Dayton
    $35
    Sit down with us for a private side-by-side comparative tasting. Our Reserve Tasting will give you a more in depth overview of our vineyards, wine making style and wines. You will enjoy an extended flight that features mostly our Single Block and Reserve level Pinot noirs. A small cheese plate will be provided to sample with the wines.

    Meet at Winter's Hill Estate nestled in the Dundee Hills approximately 1 hour drive from Portland. We will introduce you to our wines and our winemaking techniques in our modern working winery. At Winter's Hill, tastings take place within the winery, so you can see and learn about the winemaking activities taking place that day. We will then sit down, and taste through a flight of 5 wines that features a Reserve white wine, Single Block Pinot Noirs, and Reserve Pinot Noirs from different vintages. A cheese and nut plate will be provided to go along with the wines. Tasting usually takes about 45 minutes to an hour. Depending on how in depth, and how many questions you have tasting can go longer.

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    Portland Food Carts and Neighborhoods Tour

    Food Portland
    $89
    Explore Portland's best food carts, historic neighborhoods, and iconic bridges on this 3-hour city-wide culinary adventure. Sit back and relax in your Eat Van as you are guided through the streets of this foodie city to areas known only by locals, with delicious eating stops along the way. You will have an opportunity to meet the owners, learn their individual stories, and taste truly authentic and award winning dishes that represent cultures from around the globe.

    Your Food Cart and Neighborhoods Tour begins by meeting your dedicated tour guide at the historic Heathman Hotel.  From here you will board into the EAT Van where your guide will chauffeur you through downtown Portland on a short ride up to the vibrant Mississippi neighborhood.  North Mississippi Ave has changed a lot in the past few years and is now home to many restaurants, music venues, and a very good food cart pod.  You'll sample your first few bites at a local food cart favorite here. Next you'll hop back in the EAT van, (his name is Harold) and head over to the colorful Albert Arts District that is becoming known for its boutique shops, art galleries, street murals, bike shops, restaurants, and more.  Your guide will share history on the early Portland settlers, and a few of the different changes the north end of town has seen.  You'll make a food stop here and sample one of Alberta's more eclectic food pods.  Next, you'll get back in the Van and journey south where you'll get to enjoy views of Portland's beautiful green neighborhoods. You'll pass by the family friendly neighborhood of Beaumont, see one of Portland's best designed inner-city parks, until you'll make your way to the very popular neighborhoods of Belmont, and southeast Hawthorne.  The Belmont and Hawthorne neighborhoods are known for showing off Portland's strong sense of individuality.  Most of the shops, as you'll see, are independently owned and operated.  You'll get to experience the mix of urban diversity, the funky feel, and colorful residents that reside in these neighborhoods. You'll make a stop along one of these streets to sample a local food cart pod, whose fare takes the farm-to-table concept and brings it into a cart.  Afterwards you'll head south to the exciting neighborhood of southeast Division.  Here you'll get to understand why this street was named top 10 foodie streets in America!  Here on division you'll visit one of the newest, and most friendly food cart pods in Portland.  Your guide will take you back to downtown Portland where the tour began.  

    Please be advised that although this is a driving tour, you will be getting out to explore the food pods, so please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather.  The ticket price include all transportation, food & beverages, and expert tour guide.  It is also advisable to book this tour 24 hours or more before tour starts.

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    Afternoon Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland

    Nature Tours Portland
    $60
    Visit the top attractions near the Portland, Oregon area on this guided, half-day tour. Spend an afternoon taking in some amazing views of  Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls. Start along the Historic Columbia River Highway Scenic Byway. Some of the viewpoints in the area may include Portland Women Forum, Crown Point Vista House, Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Multnomah Falls views, and Bonneville Dam Fish Hatchery. Bring a camera to capture the indescribable views.

    This scenic tour begins with a pickup from hotels located in the Downtown Portland area or from prearranged locations.

    Visit the beautiful Columbia River Gorge!  Your adventure will take place along the Historic Columbia River National Scenic Byway, where some of the locations we may stop include: Portland Women's Forum, Crown Point Vista House, Latourell Falls, Multnomah Falls, Shepperd's Dell, and Bonneville Fish Hatchery.

    You tour will start with the view from Portland Women's Forum.  This location is absolutely breathtaking and it's one of the best spots to soak in a view of one of the most beautiful places on earth: the magnificent, awesome Columbia River Gorge. 

    Next, we will stop at Crown Visit Point House with a complete overlook of the Gorge region.  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.

    Our next stop is Latourell Falls. This waterfall plunges 249' 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. 
     
    Other waterfalls we may stop at while driving on the Historic Columbia River Highway include: 
    Bridal Veil Falls- Beautiful Bridal Veil Falls is an elegant and graceful lady that can be fully appreciated from the deck of a viewing platform rebuilt in 1996. The creek hustles down from the top of nearby Larch Mountain, tumbles over the cliff and eventually flows into the mighty Columbia River.

    Next we will drive to Multnomah Falls. According to Native American lore, Multnomah Falls was created to win the heart of a young princess who wanted a hidden place to bathe.  Multnomah Falls is the most visited natural recreation site in the Pacific Northwest with more than 2 million stopping by each year to take in the views! Fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain, this is  one of the best places in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area to study geology exposed by floods.

    We may also stop at  Bonneville Fish Hatchery.  Bonneville Hatchery is  the largest of Oregon's 33 hatcheries. The hatchery raises 8 million Fall Chinook, 1.2 million Coho, 200,000 Summer Steelhead, and 60,000 Winter Steelhead.  You will be able to explore the Historic Egg Incubation Building, visit Herman the Sturgeon, and feed the fish!  

    The tour ends with a return trip and drop-off in Portland.

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    End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Admission

    Museums Oregon City
    $12
    Experience history at the End of the Oregon Trail with the “Bound for Oregon” featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pack your wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter and fill out a land claim, too! Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a walk on our interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games. State and county visitor welcome center also on site, with complimentary travel information, coffee, and tea.

    Begin your Oregon Trail experience in the hands-on exhibit about the beginning of the journey: let a historically-clothed interpreter orient you, before you pack your wagon, hand-dip candles, try on some pioneer dress-up, and smell the herbal remedies that were the only defense against the dangers on the Trail. More period crafts available for younger visitors, as well as in-depth exhibit information and genuine artifact displays for the more curious history buffs. 

    Next, watch the "Bound for Oregon" feature film. This 25-minute movie is based entirely on the diaries of real pioneers who lived through the 2,000-mile journey, and shares the true joys and tragedies experienced on the Trail. 

    Then enjoy the Oregon City exhibit to find out what happened to pioneers after they arrived in their new home. Displays made by the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde about Native American life in the area offer a unique perspective on Oregon's history. Ask an interpreter for help researching your own pioneer roots using the genealogy resources available here, as well.  

    Outside of the interpretive center, continue learning in the heritage garden, interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green - where many pioneers spent their first winter in Oregon. Also swing by the state and county visitor welcome center to receive complimentary travel information from friendly tourism experts and browse a wide selection of local products, snacks, and educational gifts.

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    Stand Up Paddleboard Tour in Casco Bay

    Water Sports Brunswick
    $40

    Learn the basics of stand-up paddle boarding on land before launching at Mere Point in Brunswick for a leisurely 2 hour morning tour of Northwest Casco Bay! We paddle at the speed of our slowest paddlers and try some games. This tour is a great activity for those who have never paddled or want to have a family outing.

    Stand-up paddle boarding is a great, fun way to sight-see from the water. We are likely to see cormorants, sea gulls, osprey, great blue herons, snow egrets, ducks, and we might see fish jumping or a seal. You might watch lobstermen haul their catch and about the colonization of the upper islands.

    Paddlers of all ages will love exploring Casco Bay in this protected, scenic, historic area! There will be a break on land where we will stretch and have some snacks.


    Begin your small group stand-up paddle board (SUP) tour at 9:30am at Mere Point in Brunswick, where you'll meet your Master Maine Guide, Alice. Get outfitted with your life jacket, paddle, board leash, and a small dry bag (if you want to bring something with you on the water). Your small group will receive a short lesson on shore to get you ready, and then the SUP's will be carried down to the water. Paddling begins on the knees as the group gets acclimated with the bay. 

    After getting your sea legs and standing, the exploring starts in Northwest Casco Bay. Your guide will help look for Osprey, Great Blue Herons, three different species of gulls, sea ducks, bald eagles, and possibly seals during lower tides. You might see a lobstermen fishing and you will paddle around the lobster buoys. You'll see cottages built in the 1900's on islands and the mainland, and hear stories of how this part of the bay was used by Native Americans and colonists. Your guide will talk about island living with no electricity, lobstering, weather, and geologic features of the Maine coast.

    After paddling for about an hour, your group will take a snack break on shore, and then paddle back to the Mere Point launch site arriving about 11:30am.

    The route of your SUP tour may change depending on weather, tide, and wildlife. Your guide will always know which way to go to have the most fun! We follow 'Leave No Trace' ethics during the tours. Bring a waterproof case if you want to take pictures while exploring on the tour. If the conditions are too windy for a fun and enjoyable tour as determined by your guide, you will offered the same tour on the tidal section of the Androscoggin River in Brunswick, a chance to rebook, or a full refund.

    Please arrive between 15 and 20 minutes in advance so that we can get you outfitted and maximize your time on the water.