Tour Length:  8-hours/year round

Departs: Friday, Saturday , Sunday (Groups 6 or more contact us for private or customized days)

Departure Time:  9:00am (customized for private or large bus groups)

Pricing:  $100.00 per person (min 2 or more required to operate; Includes pick up & drop off, transportation and tour guide)

Itinerary Summary:

  • 9:00am pick up
  • Oregon’s coastline

Oregon ‘s coastline is graced with unforgettable vistas: dramatic cliffs, offshore rocks and sea lions, wide sandy beaches, majestic capes, historic lighthouses, enchanted forests and lovely small beach towns which artists and artisans make their home. Along the coast we will visit Astoria, The Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria Column, Cannon Beach, Haystack Rock and enjoy spectacular views of the dramatic Oregon Coastline.

  • Astoria Column:

Astoria Column was erected in 1926 at an elevation of 600 feet atop Coxcomb Hill, the location of the first permanent American Settlement west of the Rockies. This impressive Oregon Coast historical monument is the only one of its kind in the world!

  • Ecola State Park

A beautiful state park situated on the edge of coastal cliffs. A chance for your first picturesque view of the Oregon Coast: wind-swept trees, dramatic cliffs, historic lighthouse, bird sanctuaries and of course the majestic Pacific Ocean.

  • Cannon Beach

A quaint little beach town with shops, art galleries, restaurants and candy shops for fresh made salt water taffy.

  • Historic Haystack Rock

A large basalt monolith that is protected as a marine wildlife sanctuary and important nesting birding site for Tufted Puffins, Cormorants, gulls & more. This Rock is the most photographed monolith on the Oregon coast.

  • Old Growth Forrest

we continue our excursion to more amazing view points along the coastal range with a stop to explore the old growth forest right on the beach. Enjoy a great viewpoint from Neahkanie Mt, one of the largest peaks in the Coast range. Look south to Manzanita, Neahkanie and the Nehalem River.

  • Return to Portland