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Los Angeles to Seattle Overview
Jump aboard an overland adventure along America's west coast
This overland adventure combines the beauty of natural landmarks with unforgettable cultural experiences. From the 'City of Angels' travel through the Californian desert to see the famous Joshua Tree and along Route 66 to Las Vegas. Survive Death Valley and explore the majestic Yosemite National Park before visiting the seemingly bottomless Crater Lake. Hike through the forested canyons in Silver Falls and climb Mount St Helens, a surreal active volcano. This tour of the US is the perfect balance of nature and adventure.
What's included in this trip
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Discover the glitz and glamour of sprawling Los Angeles county. Perhaps arrive early to enjoy a spot of sightseeing.
Travel through the desert to Joshua Tree National Park. Cross the Colorado River near Lake Havasu, a hive for water sports.
Hike around the rim or into the Grand Canyon, or opt to take a helicopter flight for a spectacular bird's-eye view over the region.
Drive down the famous Route 66, head out across the Mojave Desert and arrive in 'Sin City' - aka Las Vegas, Nevada.
Journey to Sierra Nevada via the scorching landscape of Death Valley.
Travel to the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains en route to the granite cliffs and cascading waters of Yosemite National Park.
Make tracks to San Fran - definitely one of the city highlights on this trip. In free time, visit Alcatraz, perhaps cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge or hop around experiencing the many fun tourist attractions in San Francisco.
The popular artist colony of Mendocino is famous for its ocean views.
Stroll the Avenue of Giants in Redwood National Park, a road lined with magnificent, ancient redwoods - some reaching 90 m.
See some of the best views of Crater Lake, a seemingly bottomless expanse.
Continue north to the Oregon Dunes and explore these giant sand hills either by foot or, for the adventurous, by dune buggy.
Stop by Eugene, the lumber and wood-producing centre of Oregon. Set off on hikes among the forested canyons and waterfalls of Silver Falls.
Travel through Portland en route to the active Mt St Helens, which is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
The adventure ends in the quirky city of Seattle - the 'birthplace of grunge'.
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