2021 Calendar

2021 Calendar

Hi Everyone! Below is our 2021 calendar…
Please keep in mind that this is just a rough outline…
We may tweak this as things come up…
We are planning the tours in order…
Thanks for your patience!

 (F) = Fly, (M) = Motor-coach

Lake Chelan & Leavenworth – July 12th – 16th (M)
Discover a Washington Original… Lake Chelan! Enjoy 50.5 miles of a crystal clear, glacier-fed Lake Chelan, surrounded by vineyards, mountains and small-town charm that promises an array of unique activities. Throughout July and August, Leavenworth Summer Theater turns the Ski Hill and the Fish Hatchery into centers for theater. Ski hill? Fish hatchery? That’s right! Every summer you can see “The Sound of Music” at the Ski Hill Amphitheater. Click here for more information on this tour

Lake Chelan & Leavenworth 2 – July 26th – 30th (M)
Discover a Washington Original… Lake Chelan! Enjoy 50.5 miles of a crystal clear, glacier-fed Lake Chelan, surrounded by vineyards, mountains and small-town charm that promises an array of unique activities. Throughout July and August, Leavenworth Summer Theater turns the Ski Hill and the Fish Hatchery into centers for theater. Ski hill? Fish hatchery? That’s right! Every summer you can see “The Sound of Music” at the Ski Hill Amphitheater. Click here for more information on this tour

Hurricane Ridge & San Juan Islands – August 15th – 20th (M)
It’s time to breathe the fresh, mile-high air on Hurricane Ridge, just south of Port Angeles, in the Olympic National Park. You’ll feel you’re on top of the world, and you actually are! The ruggedly carved mountain range contrasts with the soft fields of wild flowers in the subalpine meadows below. Next, it’s Anchors Away! Cruise the pristine waters and narrow passageways aboard the Chinook. View Orca whales, and other wildlife, on a 3 day cruise you’ll never forget! Click here for more information on this tour

Great Montana & Glacier National Park – August 19th – 25th (M)
Welcome to Big Sky Country… Montana! It is defined by its diverse terrain ranging from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains. Its wide-open spaces include Glacier National Park, a vast wilderness preserve that passes into Canada. The park’s many snow-capped peaks, lakes and alpine hiking trails are showcased along its famed Going-to-the-Sun Road, stretching 50 miles over some of the most gorgeous landscapes in the world! Click here for more information on this tour

Mt St Helens & Mt Rainier – August 31st – September 2nd (M)
Mt St. Helens… on May 18th, 1980 the eruption of Mt St. Helens disrupted the lives of thousands and changed more than 200 square miles of rich forest into a grey, lifeless landscape.  Now, more than thirty years later, the land around the mountain is slowly healing. Nature may be covering the scars of the 1980 eruption, but many people will never forget what happened that spring day. Mt Rainier… the highest peak in the Cascade Range at 14,411 feet. The “mountain” is surrounded by old growth forest and stunning wildflower meadows… It is an active volcano encased in over 35 square miles of snow and ice, which makes it the most heavily glaciated peak in the lower 48. Click here for more information on this tour

Catalina Island – September 11th – 15th (F)
Catalina Island lies in the Pacific Ocean, twenty-two miles west of Los Angeles. The island combines natural beauty with a wide range of amenities and activities. With over fifty miles of shoreline, secluded coves, and dramatic views, this destination has earned a reputation as “the island of romance”. Click here for more information on this tour

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta – October 3rd – 8th (F)
Up, up, and away the balloons go into the New Mexico sky each October. Few spectacles on Earth rival the Mass Ascension, as hundreds of balloons lift off from Balloon Fiesta Park to drift in the crisp early-morning high desert air. This memorable tour also features an evening balloon glow with fireworks, visits to Santa Fe, Taos, Anasazi ruins and the culture and history of the Land of Enchantment. Click here for more information on this tour

Portland Spirit to Astoria – October 5th – 7th (M)
Astoria is gritty and likes it that way. But that rustic exterior is just a cover for the many enchanting dichotomies you’ll find waiting around the corner. Here, fisherman are poets, loggers drink espresso, and Main Street welcomes both the nouveau gallery and the five n’ dime. For Astoria, it’s about character, and it’s also about characters: the people who call this place home with a passion that borders on evangelical. The skipper who challenges the same mighty river his great grandfather once fished; the artist who migrated here in search of a new palette; the hotelier who resurrected a once-bustling pier. Click here for more information on this tour

Christmas Cheer in Branson & KC – November 29th – December 5th (F)
Welcome to the “Entertainment Capital of the World”! In the heart of the beautiful Ozark Mountains, Branson boasts nearly 50 state-of-the-art live entertainment venues, where you can enjoy everything from country music, to rock ‘n’ roll, to swing, jazz, gospel and blues, as well as comedy and Broadway-style musicals. Join us for a fabulous holiday experience of lights, music and entertainment! *Note* We have a wide variety of shows & attractions on this fun tour! Click here for more information on this tour

As always, your input is greatly appreciated
I’m always on the lookout for new and exciting destinations!