The Pacific Northwest
From coastal rainforest to outstanding wine trails to stunning alpine lakes, the Pacific Northwest will engage your senses.
- PNW Road Trip: Driving to Portland Portland offers a wealth of nature, and downtown—small blocks make the streets highly walkable—is crowded with food carts, independent boutiques, and live music venues. Make it an easy road trip destination with traffic tips and directions from Pacific Northwest resident Allison Williams.
- PNW Road Trip: Driving to the Olympic Peninsula You can’t drive across the Olympic Peninsula—a mountain range is in the way. Here your road trip route circles instead, caught between the shoreline and the slopes. Take your time on the peninsula’s large loop, and don’t forget to stop for the hot springs, the majestic old hotels, and—if you see him—Bigfoot.
- Getting to Victoria by Ferry and Floatplane There’s no way around it—getting to Victoria takes a while. The fastest route is by seaplane from either Seattle or Vancouver, and there are several ferries that make the journey as well from both cities.
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