northwest travel

Oneonta Gorge, off the Historic Columbia River Highway near Ainsworth State Park, suffered some of the most severe burns in the devastating Eagle Creek fire that erupted in early September, ultimately burning over 48,000 acres. This stunning photo was captured by Instagrammer @nextlocationtbd before that fire. The area is likely… Read More

While sailing on a massive cruise ship filled with thousands of other people probably doesn’t sound like a lot of fun to most adventurous types, Uncruise Adventures, a more than 20-year-old company with offices in both Seattle, Washington and Juneau, Alaska, offers something different. Something we thought our readers would… Read More

You know that the Pacific Northwest is absolutely amazing – from soaring mountains and countless waterfalls to beautiful bays, lakes, streams and a ruggedly spectacular coastline. But what about those things you probably don’t know about the Northwest? For example, in Washington State, it’s a felony to harass Sasquatch, AKA… Read More

One of our favorite Northwest photographers, Daniel M Robbins (@danielmrobbins) captured this stunning image of the Hoh Rainforest that provides yet another reminder of how wonderful our region of the world really is. While pretty much everyone knows about the world’s largest tropical rainforest,  the Amazon, few outside of the… Read More

We all have our favorite small towns here in the Northwest, and every year USA Today’s 10Best editors team up with local travel experts to name their favorites. You may be able to figure out 2017’s No. 1 pick from the feature image alone: Sequim. Sequim, located on Washington’s Olympic… Read More