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Tours in Pacific Northwest

Tours in Pacific Northwest offer adventures, stunning landscapes and wide open roads. Inland you’ll find rainforests, mountains and cities, while along the coast you can stop to take in the views, relax on golden sandy beaches and stay in pretty towns. Choose a Pacific Northwest road trip for the freedom of the road coupled with our expert advice and bespoke planning service, or try one of our guided tours.

The EagleRider Pacific Coast Guided Motorcycle Tour is ideal for those wanting to experience the area at their own pace. This 15 day itinerary begins in Seattle, taking you to sparkling lakes, golden coastlines, surf towns, rolling vineyards, San Francisco and Monterey, finishing in Los Angeles. Alternatively, begin in Seattle before making your way up to Canada on the EagleRider Canada to Yellowstone Guided Motorcycle Tour.

Nature lovers will enjoy our Yellowstone Wildlife Trails Tour of the Pacific Northwest. This small group tour allows a group of likeminded travellers to explore the many national parks of the area. Visit waterfalls, canyons, glaciers, steaming volcanoes and active geysers during this adventurous holiday. You may even spot elk and grizzly bears along the way.

For a combination of cities, beaches and sprawling wilderness, book our Pacific Northwest Peaks and Pours Tour. Begin in the colourful neighbourhoods and foodie heaven of Seattle, before visiting the relaxed city of Portland. You’ll see the Colombia River Gorge and its beautiful falls, stop in craft breweries and visit a lake created by a collapsed volcano. Relax on the beach and enjoy fresh fish in quiet seaside villages before finishing back in Seattle.

11 days a person riding on the back of a truck on a city street

Artisan Adventures in the Wild Northwest


Explore some of the National Parks and spectacular landscapes along America's spectacular West Coast, including the breathtaking Redwood National Park where you'll find the tallest trees on earth and Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area where sand dunes have been sculpted...

Family holidays

Artisan Adventures in the Wild Northwest
12 days a sunset over a body of water

Yellowstone Wildlife Trails Tour

Guide Price  £4,799  pp  

Explore three of America's most incredible National Parks; Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Glacier as part of a small group tour. You will have the opportunity to hike or get the ferry over Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park to...

Escorted tours

Yellowstone Wildlife Trails Tour
16 days a man sitting on a motorcycle in front of a mountain

EagleRider Canada to Yellowstone Guided Motorcycle Tour

Guide Price  £5,599  pp  

This incredible guided tour initially takes you from the coastal City of Seattle in Washington state, through the visual splendour of the Cascade Mountains before ascending the spectacular Canadian Rockies to bask in the beauty of Lake Louise and Banff...

USA road trips

EagleRider Canada to Yellowstone Guided Motorcycle Tour
7 days a bridge over a body of water with a city in the background

Olympic National Park and Vancouver Island Tour

Guide Price  £3,699  pp  

The Pacific Northwest and South Eastern Canada are combined in this fabulous 7 day escorted small group tour. Visit Olympic National Park and Vancouver Island to experience the rugged coastline both share, which is home to black bears and orca...

Escorted tours

Olympic National Park and Vancouver Island Tour
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Pacific Northwest Peaks and Pours Tour

Guide Price  £3,419  pp  

Explore the vibrant cities and spectacular open spaces of the Pacific Northwest state of Washington and Oregon on this eight day small group tour. This fantastic tour focuses on offering you a wonderful mix of culinary and outdoor adventures. With...

USA road trips

Pacific Northwest Peaks and Pours Tour

Expert Tips


Senior Destination Manager

“While the iconic Space Needle in Seattle offers incredible views, the Smith Tower offers equally impressive panoramic views of Downton Seattle without the hassle of queues – a hidden gem here.”


Destination Manager

“Take a drive along the 101 from Newport, Oregon, out to the Sea Lion Caves. This is America’s largest cave system, and as the name suggests, it’s home to a large colony of lazy, vocal sea lions. There’s an elevator to the bottom, and the best time to visit is fall or winter.”


Destination Executive

“For a great free day out in Washington state, in my opinion you can’t beat the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. There are hundreds of species of birds and mammals to look out for, a beautiful five-and-a-half-mile sand spit that you can walk along. On a clear day, you can even see Vancouver Island from the top of the Dungeness Lighthouse.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Though there is no official classification on the boundaries of the Pacific Northwest, the general consensus is that it encompasses Idaho, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia.

The Pacific Northwest is famously wet, so for the best chance of good weather, plan your trip between June and September. However, given its temperate climate, any time of year will be beautiful, with unique benefits such as wild flowers in spring, beautiful fall colours in the autumn, and adventure sports and skiing in the winter.

Before entering either America or Canada, you will need to ensure you have all the visas required for both countries. For the US you’ll need an ESTA, and for Canada you’ll need at eTA, both of which can easily be acquired online before your trip.

Whether your journey centres around the American states of this region, or branches further out into Canada, the Pacific Northwest will yield temperate rainforests laden with connifers, scenic mountain ranges, vast national parks and pristine coastline. Come equipped with the spirit of adventure to make the most of this wildly beautiful and varied region.

Why you'll the Pacific Northwest...

• Shopping in Seattle's famous Pike Place Public Market
• Driving through the colourful tulip fields of Skagit Valley in Washington
• Trekking through the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park
• Island hopping in search of orcas and eagles around the San Juan archipelago
• Riding the ferry through Puget Sound from Seattle
• Conquering the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountain Range
• Staining your fingers picking wild berries while hiking through national parks
• Witnessing an ancient tea ceremony in Portland’s Lan Su Chinese Garden
• Tasting the finest Pinot Noirs from the Willamette Valley in Oregon
• Discovering the impressive 611ft Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge
• Looking down over Puget Sound as you soar above in a seaplane
• Learning about the natural history and culture of the Pacific Northwest at the Burke Museum

Did you know?

• Washington has over 3,000 glaciers, making it the most glaciated state in the US.
• If you see Big Foot, it is a felony to harass him in Washington State.
• The residents of Seattle buy more sunglasses per capita than any other US city.