Experience the unique history of the land that surrounds the Mid-Columbia River region through a variety of specially designed tours offered through The REACH Museum, guided by local experts such as Gary Kleinknect and Bruce Bjornstad.
From exploratory hikes to tracing the paths of the Ice Age floods; from kayaking on the Columbia River to strolling through an aromatic lavender farm; or take a tour of a local hop farm, processing plant and microbrewery to imbibe in local draughts.
Cost of each tour includes transportation to and from the location and lunch. Participants are requested to arrive at The REACH 15 minutes before the start time so that the tour can depart on time. The provided lunch is a sandwich, small bag of chips, a cookie and a small bottled water. Participants with special dietary requirements are responsible for bringing their own. The REACH prohibits open containers of alcohol during transportation.
Any cancellation seven (7) days before the tour date will receive a full refund. The REACH will retain 25% of the ticket cost if a cancellation occurs less than seven (7) days before the tour date. Tours are subject to cancellation if there are not enough registered participants to fulfill the minimum requirement.