AdventureSmith Exploration: Cruise of the Columbia River

Posted by West Columbia Gorge Chamber on Wednesday, November 18, 2015
AdventureSmith Explorations will be offering a cruise up the Columbia River in 2016 to celebrate the National Park centennial. The cruise will offer not only the spectacular scenery of the Gorge, but will provide a true taste of the Pacific Northwest through the local cuisine served:

Lewis & Clark National Historical Park at Fort Clatsop in Astoria, Oregon, offers two small ship itineraries on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. The Columbia & Snake Rivers Journey over seven days highlights the culture, history, food and wine of the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on local cuisine through a new affiliation with the Food Alliance. Guests will be on board either 62-passenger National Geographic Sea Bird or 62-passenger National Geographic Sea Lion. Over eight days on Legacy of Discovery guests aboard the 88-guest S.S. Legacy traverse the Columbia River Gorge.

SRC: Find out more information regarding the cruise here: www.travelagentcentral.com/small-ship-cruises/adventuresmith-explorations-offers-national-park-cruises-2016-centennial-53996

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