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Northern California and Oregon National ParksRedwoods, Volcanoes, and Wine Country

5+ Days
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The Undiscovered Northwest

Where the Sierra and Cascade Ranges meet, you can see some of America's most dramatic and dynamic landscapes. From the larger-than-life Redwood forests to the depths of America's deepest lake, Northern California and Oregon offer innumerable sights to see.

On this nine day tour, you'll experience it all - lakes, forests, volcanoes, and vineyards. You'll explore some of the northwest's best kept secrets. Led by an expert guide, you'll learn about the forces that have shaped - and continue to shape - this fascinating and lush part of our world.

Basic Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive in Portland, transfer to Klamath Falls
Day 2: Full day tour Crater Lake
Day 3: Transfer to Redwoods Coast
Day 4: Full day tour of Redwood forest
Day 5: Transfer to Lassen Volcanic National Park
Day 6: Full day tour of Lassen Volcanic National Park
Day 7: Transfer to Ashland, OR and winery tours
Day 8: Transfer to Portland, OR and city exploration
Day 9: Departure

Starting from $2250 / person. We'll work with you to create your custom schedule. Itinerary with travel through San Francisco also available.

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Here’s what you need


Essential Gear

  • Daypack (15-30 L)
  • Water bottles or Camelbak, 2L total minimum capacity
  • Toiletries
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses

Recommended Gear

  • Trekking Poles
  • Camera
  • Book
  • Journal


Essential Clothing

  • Hiking boots preferred, waterproof with sturdy soles
  • Wool hiking socks
  • Moisture-wicking athletic clothing
  • Warm layer
  • Waterproof, windproof shell
  • Light gloves
  • Warm hat

Trip Package


  • Transport between airport and hotel
  • All park fees
  • All ground transportation, beginning and ending with airport arrival and departure
  • Accommodations (final price determined by accommodation level requested)

Does not Include

  • Airfare
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for your guides