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A guide to web sites on attractions, places to see and points of interest in the Pacific Northwest. Click on the links below for more information.
(Find more web sites by clicking on the state/province name at the top of the page.)
This will whet your appetite for travel to the Pacific Northwest. A collection of beautiful images by a serious amateur photographer. Includes cities, flowers, wildlife, and mountains. (A NW-Media Productions web site.)
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Paul Brainard's site has detailed information on waterfalls located mostly in Washington and Oregon. Descriptions include location, driving directions, safety considerations, height, type and photos.
Welcome to the Pacific
This region of the USDA Forest Service encompasses the States of Oregon and Washington. It contains 19 National Forests, a National Scenic Area, and a National Grassland, and you can read about each of these places on the web site.
Publicly Accessible Lighthouses
An NPS National Maritime Initiative page of lighthouses on the Oregon and Washington coasts.
Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of blues and roots music in Oregon and Washington. Calendar, gallery, radio, history and more.
A comprehensive directory and guide to music in the Pacific Northwest.
An email listserve and events list dedicated to electronic music and culture in Seattle, Portland, Vancouver, Victoria, Eugene, Spokane, and surrounding area.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Best Places to Kiss in the Northwest: A Romantic Travel Guide by Teri Citterman. Hundreds of detailed reviews cover the coziest inns, resorts, B&Bs, hotels, and restaurants in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, with all-new "lip" rankings that rate each spot's kiss-ability. Order now...
Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest: Tracking and Identifying Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, and Invertebrates by David Moskowitz. This book includes illustrated descriptions for more than 180 mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, northern California, Idaho, and western Montana plus maps. Order now...
Pacific Northwest (Eyewitness Travel Guide) by Stephen Brewer. This guide book contains in depth coverage including maps and illustrations of natural wonders, art scenes, museums and more to see of the best of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. Order now...
Hidden Pacific Northwest: Including Oregon, Washington, Vancouver, Victoria, and Coastal British Columbia by Eric Lucas. The ultimate guide with information on over 300 hiking trails, 700 campgrounds, and 200 beaches, parks, and wilderness areas. The book reviews a wide range of unique accommodations, including boutique hotels in Seattle, stone-and-wood lodges in the Cascades, and seaside B&Bs. Order now...
A Field Guide to Alpine Flowers of the Pacific Northwest by Phillipa Hudson. This portable 8-fold guide features 112 spectacular photos of flowers found from the mid to alpine elevations on Vancouver Island and the Coast Mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Labeled with both English and Latin names with descriptions of each species' distribution range and average plant height and flower size. Order now...
Where To Find Hundreds Of Spectacular Waterfalls In Washington, Oregon, And Idaho by Gregory Alan Plumb. At-a-glance table for selecting waterfalls by scenic rating, form, how to access, best season to go and defining characteristics. To help you select, each waterfall is keyed for accessibility by car, on foot, or by canoe or raft and rated for magnitude and aesthetic value. Order now...
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