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Go Northwest!
Pacific Northwest Travel Guide

About Us

Go Northwest! is a travel guide for the Pacific Northwest and a comprehensive directory of listings for accommodations, activities, attractions, dining, shopping and general travel information for more than 1,000 cities and towns in the states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming and the province of British Columbia, Canada.

Accommodations & Lodging

Find where to stay by choosing your favorite type of lodging from our extensive listings of bed and breakfast accommodations, cabins, condos, hotels, motels, campgrounds, RV parks and vacation rentals.

Activities & Outdoor Recreation

Discover boundless opportunities for sea kayaking, birding, bicycling, golfing, whale watching, whitewater rafting, hiking, skiing, and many other great ways to enjoy the Pacific Northwest.

For sea kayaking and whale watching adventures, you may want to visit San Juan Island in Washington, or The Islands travel region in British Columbia. And for rafting, hiking, backpacking and skiing adventures, you may want to explore the Cascade Mountains in Oregon or Washington.

Attractions & Points of Interest

Visit one of the Pacific Northwest's national park's such as Olympic National Park, North Cascades National Park, Rainier National Park and the Mount St. Helen's National Volcanic Monument in Washington; Crater Lake National Park in Oregon; and Glacier National Park in Montana and Yellowstone National Park accessed through both Montana and Wyoming.

Additional scenic attractions include the Oregon Coast, Washington's San Juan Islands and Hood Canal, the Gulf Islands of British Columbia and such popular recreational areas as the Columbia River Gorge between Washington and Oregon and Hell's Canyon between Idaho and Oregon. There also are many festivals, museums, galleries, and performing arts to include in your travels all year round.

Food and Beverage

Find where to eat, drink and dine in each city and town. Discover the variety of restaurants, cafes and bistros, wine tasting rooms, microbreweries, pizza parlors and much more.


Check our listings to find the best spots for shopping, whether you're looking for malls, gift shops, bookstores, antiques or specialty food and wine shops.

Visitor Information

Learn more about your destination of choice through the many listings and links to information resources for community information, local media, and transportation updates.

Be sure to bookmark Go Northwest! as your starting point for future Northwest travel explorations because clicking a destination link will take you to another web site.

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