On the Road: The Oregon Coast, California Redwoods and Crater Lake
Explore ancient redwood forests and geologically diverse caves. See the clear waters of America’s deepest lake and learn about unique Northwest landscapes alongside experts.
Rating (4.88)
Program No. 16188RJ
10 days
Starts at
24 Meals
9 Breakfasts
7 Lunches
8 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Low Fat, Low Salt
Lodgings may differ by date. Select a date to see the lodgings specific to that date.
Oct 05, 2018 - Oct 14, 2018
  • Jun 29, 2018 - Jul 08, 2018
  • Jul 13, 2018 - Jul 22, 2018
  • Jul 20, 2018 - Jul 29, 2018
  • Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 26, 2018
  • Aug 24, 2018 - Sep 02, 2018
  • Sep 07, 2018 - Sep 16, 2018
  • Sep 14, 2018 - Sep 23, 2018
  • Sep 21, 2018 - Sep 30, 2018
  • Oct 05, 2018 - Oct 14, 2018
2 nights
This newly renovated hotel is conveniently located near the Portland Airport and the shops of Cascade Station.
2 nights
The Resort is located in the heart of the Oregon coast, with spectacular ocean views from every room and 10 miles of uninterrupted beach for strolling. The ambiance is casual and relaxed, a home-away-from home.
1 night
Gold Beach
The Gold Beach Resort is located in Gold Beach, Oregon where the Rogue River meets the Pacific Ocean. The resort is located within 150 yards of the beach.
2 nights
The Bayshore Inn is a comfortable, modern hotel centrally-located in Eureka. The hotel features free Wi-Fi, on-site laundry, easy access to local shops and restaurants.
1 night
Cave Junction
Oregon is privileged to be the home of three outstanding Northwest Lodges (Oregon Caves, Crater Lake and Timberline), serving guests from all around the world. Built in 1934, the Chateau at Oregon Caves National Monument is a rustic hotel in the Siskiyou Mountains adjacent to the entrance to the cave in the only active limestone formation in Oregon. The Chateau is part of a larger development that included a chalet (dormitory/gift shop/multiple use structure), several employee and rental cottages, and a visitor contact station, all under consideration for National Register status as part of a district. The buildings were all constructed between 1923 and 1941. The Chateau is without question the most outstanding of the structures. The prime significance of Oregon Caves' Chateau lies in its designer's extraordinarily creative use of the limited building site and how he allowed the site to dictate major architectural choices. Inseparable from that is the extremely high integrity of the building, the furnishings and the site. Of local significance is the importance of the development of Oregon Caves, fostered by local businessmen who formed the Oregon Caves Company- the monument's concessionaire-to stimulate the depressed economy in the area. Today's visitor to the Chateau is still enchanted by the rustic sense of place that the builder and the landscape architects created. Entering the area is very much like traveling back into the 1930s. Trout still swim in the pools. The Chateau is more weathered, but the furnishings are entirely original.
1 night
La Pine
The Newberry Station is La Pine's finest hotel, featuring modern comforts and easy access to the Newberry Volcanic Monument and the Deschutes River Valley.
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