FAM Pacific Northwest Adventure


The Pacific Northwest is known for its striking beauty in dramatic volcanic peaks, rich valleys, and scenic high desert. Join us for an exciting week full of adventure- hiking and canoeing as well as restful relaxation in Oregon’s famous win country.


June 24-30, 2024

Trip Length

7 Days



View our intensity scale.

Group Size

8-10 People

$2,950 Per Person


Join Good Trip Adventures to see the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer! We have the perfect balance between adventure in the Cascades and relaxation in Oregon’s wine country. We’ll see many of the beautiful landscapes the region has to offer including Mount Rainier National Park, the Columbia River Gorge, the Willamette Valley, and Bend.

  • Hiking
  • Wine Tours
  • Stargazing
  • Canoeing


  • Medically-trained, naturalist guides

  • Round-trip transportation to and from PDX

  • Accommodations as outlined below

  • Private Hiking Tour of Mount Rainier

  • Private Tour of Columbia River Gorge

  • Private Hiking Tour of Mount Hood

  • Willamette Valley Wine Tour*

  • Private Guided Stargaze Canoeing

  • All meals indicated in itinerary

  • Park entry fees

    *drinks not included


Not Included
  • Flights
  • Gratuity for your guide
  • Meals not included in itinerary

Expect to encounter weather as diverse as the places we’ll be visiting! Most days should be in the 60s and 70s, with the potential for both sun and rain.


This trip is open to Travel Agents and up to one adult guest. We’ll be driving and attending activities as a group, led by your Good Trip guide. The group size will range from 8-10 total guests.

Intensity- Mild to Moderate

This trip is appropriate for beginner hikers and paddlers. We will be quite active, so we hope you’re up for the challenge! Your Good Trip guide will have your safety at top of mind at all times and all activities can be adapted to your experience level.


Solo travelers will be in a double queen room with shared occupancy*

  • Two Nights Paradise Village Lodge
  • One Night Columbia Gorge Hotel & Spa
  • Two Nights Brasada Ranch
  • One Night Kimpton Riverplace Hotel

Please contact us directly at ( if you would prefer single occupancy. Additional rates will apply.


Plan to arrive at Portland International Airport by 1:00 pm local time on Day 1. Your guide will pick you up shortly after arrival. You’ll be driving to Mount Rainier immediately after pickup.

Your guide will transport you to the airport for departing flights on the final day, arriving at the airport by 12:00 pm local time. Please plan your departure flight after this time.

person hiking in Sedona National Park

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Day One


Get ready for your Pacific Northwest adventure! Plan to arrive at Portland International Airport by 1:00 pm local time. Your guide will greet you upon arrival and you’ll begin your journey north to Mount Rainier National Park! Along the way, your guide will talk about Good Trip Adventures, as well as the plan for the next week. Tonight, settle into your lodging in the Cascade forest at Paradise Village Lodge.

Meals: D

Day Two


Today, we’ll spend the entire day exploring Mount Rainier National Park. Your Good Trip naturalist guide will show you hidden gems within the park, while pointing out unique flora and fauna to the Cascade region. We may get glimpses of glacier-fed alpine lakes, colorful wildflowers, and local wildlife. We’ll take a break during our day for a special picnic lunch prepared by your guide within the park.

Meals: L

Day Three

We’ll say goodbye to Washington as we travel south to Oregon. We’ll spend the day exploring the Columbia River Gorge and learn about the unique aspects to the river that separates these two states. After a full day, we’ll settle into our accommodations at the Columbia Gorge Hotel & Spa for the night.

Meals: L

Day Four

We’ll travel south as we make our way towards Bend! On our way, we’ll take the scenic route and stop at Mount Hood, Oregon’s tallest mountain. We’ll explore the historic Timberline Lodge and hear more about the geological history of the Cascade mountains. After this fun-filled day, enjoy a delicious dinner in Bend and a relaxing evening at the Brasada Ranch.

Meals: L

Day Five

Enjoy the day in beautiful Bend! We’ll spend the morning exploring and hiking around the southern Cascades. In the evening, enjoy a special canoeing adventure where your guide will point out constellations and you drift along a Cascade lake.

Meals:  L

Day Six

It is time to head back north for our tour of Oregon wine country! We’ll explore some of the beautiful wineries around the valley and taste world-famous Pinots from Oregon. Your Good Trip guide will tell you about the history and geology behind the Willamette Valley as you are transferred from one winery to another.
We’ll end the trip in Portland at the Kimpton RiverPlace.

Meals:  L, D

Day Seven

It is time to say our goodbyes! We’ll make the quick drive to Portland International Airport at 10am. Please plan flights accordingly or make other arrangements for transfer to the airport.


Packing LIst

Required Gear
  • Day pack (20-30 liters recommended)
  • Luggage (can be left in the vehicle, 1 small suitcase per person)
  • Pack cover
  • Headlamp
  • Reusable water bottles or bladders (3L total capacity)
Recommended Gear & Personal Items
  • Sunscreen
  • Earplugs
  • Insect repellent
  • Toiletries (please choose biodegradable and scent-free items)
  • Small, personal first aid kit (including blister treatment)
  • Small, quick dry towel
Required Clothing
  • Warm jacket (down, puffy, fleece)
  • Rain jacket or shell
  • Breathable wicking base layers
  • Lightweight hiking pants
  • Warm clothes to sleep in
  • Warm hat
  • Sun hat with a brim
  • Wool socks (1 pair per day of trip)
  • Hiking boots
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable shoes for walk around town
    Clothes for dinners and meals out
Recommended Clothing
  • Rain pants (optional)
  • Buff or neck scarf
  • Comfortable clothes for evenings at hotel
  • Sandals or camp shoes
  • Crocs or water shoes 

Trip FAQ’s

What should I look for when booking a trip?

Good Trip Adventures offers group departures in a wide range of locations and with a variety of activity levels – diversity is the spice of life! It’s important to find the trip that fits your experience and expectations. Every trip page includes an intensity rating and a detailed itinerary. 

Be sure to review all of the information on a trip page before booking and reach out to hello@goodtripadventures for more information if you need it! We really, really, really love talking about our trips in case you didn’t realize that yet.

How hard will this trip be?

There are lots of factors that go into a trip’s final intensity rating. It’s like a perfectly balanced recipe of mileage, elevation change, and time spent doing a certain activity. Be sure to read the section titled “Intensity” on a trip page to get more insight into these factors. Learn more about our intensity scale here

If you’re unsure of which level is best for you or if you’d like advice on training for a trip, contact us at and we’ll savor the opportunity to geek out over some trail data.

Are there any age requirements?

They say age is just a number and we (mostly) agree! However, due to legal restrictions and group dynamic considerations, we do have a minimum age of 18 on our public group departures. But there’s no maximum!

If you have someone under 18 in your group, we can accommodate all ages on a private adventure, so let’s talk!

I’m a solo traveler, can I come?

Yes, yes, a thousand times yes! Our trips are designed to foster group bonding and our guides are pros at making sure everyone feels welcomed. Any given trip is usually a healthy mix of solo travelers, friends, and couples. By the end of the adventure, we’ll all be besties.