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Pacific Northwest Cities


The Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains form the backdrop to the Pacific Northwest’s largest city which, despite its rainy reputation, receives less precipitation than Atlanta and New York. See our Seattle Travel Guide


A city of laidback neighborhoods, Portland is proud of its quirky, offbeat reputation. Restaurants, nightlife, parks, and adventure sports, like kayaking and extreme mountain biking, add to its allure. See our Portland Travel Guide


Vancouver’s glass towers glitter beneath the Coast Mountains. Fabulous outdoor opportunities like hiking the Grouse Grind, kayaking, and snowboarding await. The city also has a remarkable constellation of restaurants. See our Vancouver Travel Guide


British Columbia’s capital is a city buoyed by tourism and high tech business. Fans of this government town love its distinctly English flavor and sunny climate.

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