Retrace a Historic Expedition Along the Columbia & Snake Rivers
In 1805 Lewis and Clark followed the Clearwater, Snake, and Columbia Rivers to the Pacific Coast. They left an extraordinary trail that is the same route we take today. As we follow in the wake of their canoes, our Lewis & Clark experts regale you with tales from the Corps of Discovery. Each day brings a variety of new shore excursions that are blended into a comprehensive onboard enrichment program that allows you to experience their journey in the most detailed way possible. Highlights include Hells Canyon and the Clearwater River, Sacagawea Park, where the Snake River meets the Columbia, and Fort Clatsop, where the expedition spent the winter of 1805-06 after reaching the ocean.