Pacific North West Passage

Washington State, Oregon, Volcanoes and Coast – Seattle, Portland, Columbia River, Mount St. Helens / Rainier, Lincoln City, Highway 1 Nord, Port Angeles and a lot of beautiful bridges.

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

USA Pazifik Motorrad-Tour

Tour Dates and Price
Travel times on request

Rider

$ 5240.-

Per Rider in sharing room
  • Plus $650.-Single room occupancy
  • Tour guides in front on a motorcycle and a van
  • Air Fare is not included in the tour price
Book now!

Passenger

$ 3580.-

Per Passenger in sharing room
  • Plus $650.-Single room occupancy
  • Tour guides in front on a motorcycle and a van
  • Air Fare is not included in the tour price
Book now!

What you’ll experience on this tour – Itinerary

Day 1: Seattle, WA to Anacortes

WA 101 Miles 3 hours travel time. We leave EagleRider in Seattle near SeaTac International Airport and head north. We take a ferry to Whidbey Island which is home to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station (NAS) and is a beautiful wild area. We stop at Admiralty Head Lighthouse built in 1903. Next stop is a famous photographic point, The Deception Pass Bridge. Deception Pass is a narrow water corridor with very strong currents and beautiful scenery. The day’s ride ends in Historic Anacortes, an old fishing and timber town, with a unique waterfront.

Day 2: Anacortes, WA to San Juan Islands and Friday Harbor

WA 75 miles 5 1/2 Hours Travel time 2 hours motorcycle, 3 1/2 hours Ferry Ride
Leave Anacortes we load up on the Ferry to Friday Harbor. Some of the most beautiful islands and protected waters in America. The peaceful ferry ride is a photographers dream and many travelers see Oraca whales that live year around in the quiet waters of the islands. We then tour San Juan Island for the day with stops at Fourth of July Beach, Cattle Point Lighthouse, San Juan Island National Historical Park and Westcott Bay Cider, one of the few distilleries in the Northwest. Then back to our hotel in Anacortes as we watch the sunset over the San Juan Channel on the serene ferry ride home.
Seattle

Day 3: Anacortes, WA to Chelan

WA 210 miles 5 hours travel time. We leave the sea waters and head into the Cascade Mountains and ride through some the richest timber lands in the Northwest. We leave behind the traffic and enjoy highways that any motorcyclist would love. Excellent mountain roads on the North Cascade Highway give us high quality motorcycle riding on this day! We stop often to enjoy the views along the way. A stop in Winthrop, built by gold miners over 100 years ago, shows us a classic American Western town. We ride along the Columbia River, the second most famous river in America, the last hour of the day as we stop at the resort town of Chelan.

Day 4: Chelan, WA to Packwood

WA 224 miles 4 1/2 hours travel time. Leaving the “Dry Side” of the Cascade Mountain Range, we ride back into the mountains and follow the mighty Columbia River again. The scenery will change every hour as we ride from farm lands back into the mountains. We pass through Yakima before heading up to see the best known and most beautiful mountain in the Northwest, Mount Rainier. This ancient volcano is a challenge to climbers and hiker all year long. You may choose to take a scenic ride on the Mt. Rainier Gondola over meadows of wildflowers and mountain streams to the summit of Crystal Mountain. Once you reach the top you’ll find a breathtaking view of Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Range, as well as the Summit House- the highest restaurant in Washington! We stop at the visitors center and see this amazing mountain up close and then ride down the mountain for an overnight stay in the ski town of Packwood.

Day 5: Mount St. Helens Packwood, WA to Portland,

OR. 230 miles 5 hours travel time.We head west along the Cowlitz River and enjoy the ride down the mountains before we head back up to see America’s most famous volcano, Mount St. Helens. On March 27,1980, Mount St. Helens erupted and affected the entire United States. We ride to the Johnston Ridge Observatory to see and learn more. We pass many timber yards and mills in the heart of the US timber industry. Then into the beautiful Rose City of Portland.

Day 6:  Portland, OR.

A day of sightseeing and shopping in Portland. Portland is home to 51 breweries, more than any other city in the world! What more could a German or Austrian want? Portland has NO SALES TAX and is well-know for excellent and unique shopping. Portland is know as the Rose City and the citizens take great pride in their world-reknown public parks and gardens. Food carts are everywhere and the street vendors and their foods are wonderful. If city life isn’t for you,another option for you to choose is the beautiful Columbia River Gorge is only an hour away. The 620 foot tall Multnomah Fall is the second highest waterfall in the USA and is a classic stop along the Columbia River. City or country, we enjoy a day without the motorcycles and rest for the next days adventures.

Day 7: Portland, OR to Bend

OR 190 miles 4 hours travel time. We head into cowboy country! On the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains, the climate and land changes quickly and we see western ranches and the agriculture that helps feed the US. We stop at Mount Hood and the Historic Timberline Lodge built in the 1930’s, and that was featured in the Jack Nicholson movie ‘The Shining’. After a mountain top lunch we continue to Bend and enjoy the mountain roads as the countryside changes into more ranches and farms on the way to Bend.

Day 8: Rocky Mountains

Bend, OR to Lincoln City, OR 190 miles 4 hours travel time. Now we head west and to the Pacific Ocean today. Our ride includes some of the best motorcycle touring roads of your tour. Just outside of Sisters Oregon, we take the Mckenzie Highway around Mt. Washington, then past Detroit Lake before we stop for lunch in Salem,the State Capitol of Oregon. We will ride through the Capitol grounds and travel though the rich farm lands of the Willamette Valley, created millions of years ago during the Ice Age. Our destination is the seaside town of Lincoln City, home to one of the largest Indian Nations casino in Oregon. Enjoy a dinner of fresh seafood and try your luck at the tables at night!

Day 9: Lincoln City, OR to Astoria

OR 109 miles 3 hours travel time. North on the famous highway US 101, we see what many believe , is the most beautiful coastline in America. The rugged shoreline is like no other place in the U.S. and traveler flock to see the beaches and the huge rock formations,known as haystacks, that rise out of the Pacific. A quick stop at the famous dairy in Tillamook, let’s us try the best cheese produced in America. We ride along the ocean for many miles and stop in the beautiful town of Cannon Beach to shop, eat and take pictures of Haystack Rock, which is 235 feet high, and can easily be seen from the beach. We continue north up the coast through Seaside and into Astoria. We see Fort Stevens where the explorers Lewis and Clark ended their historic quest. Then to see the mouth of the Columbia River where the movie ‘Free Willy’ was filmed and a beautiful view from atop the beautiful Astoria Column before we stop for the night.

Day 10: Astoria, OR to Ocean Shores

WA 145 miles 3 1/2 hours travel time. We cross the Columbia River on the 4.1 mile long Astoria-Megler Bridge and to the United States Coast Guard Station at Cape Disappointment for a person tour of a USCG Motor Lifeboat Station. Then heading north on US Hwy 101 we ride through lush timber country and the richest oyster producing waters in North America. Through the timber and along Willapa Bay takes us into the fishing village of Westport, home of the largest fishing fleet in the State of Washington. We ride around Grays Harbor and to Ocean Shores, a quiet resort town on the coast that has great restaurants and beautiful beaches.

Day 11: Ocean Shores, WA to Port Angeles

WA 185 miles 3 1/2 hours travel time. We leave the beach and ride back into the mountains once again and stop at the historic Lake Quinalt Lodge in the Quinalt Indian Reservation. The beautiful Lodge was once visited by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and is a national landmark. We save the best for last as we ride to Kalaloch Lodge and for lunch and a view of the Federally protected, Ruby Beach one of most wild and natural beaches in the US. You will remember this spot for many years.
Continuing on US Hwy 101, we ride through some of the last truly wild and undeveloped lands in America on our way to the waterfront town Port Angeles on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. More fantastic seafood waits us for dinner this night in this little gem of the Northwest.

Day 12: Port Angeles, WA to Seattle

WA 185 miles 3 1/2 hours travel time. Our final day starts with one last ride into the Olympic National Park and to Hurricane Ridge. The one hour round trip is well worth the time as we see the heart of the Olympic rain forest before he head back to civilization. We pass the quaint town of Sequim (pronounced Skwim) where John Wayne donated land for the airport. He loved the area and the marina is named after The Duke! Crossing the Hood Canal we briefly stop in Poulsbo, a town founded by Scandinavian fishermen in the 1880’s. We pass the United States Naval Yard at Bremerton before stopping in Gig Harbor for our final lunch together. We cross the famous Tacoma Narrows Bridge which was built after the original bridge collapsed in 1940 after high winds caused it to twist and then fall into the water.
Our journey ends at EagleRider that afternoon as we all wish we could ride at least one more day!

Day 13 /14: Arrival/Departure days

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