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14-Day Uniquely Oregon

Get to know the sights, sounds, and flavors of Oregon and it's breathtaking sourounding areas with this in-depth journey
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14-Day Luxury Washington Escape

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12-Day Highlights of the Pacific Northwest

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Sean Petersmark

Travel is my teacher and the World is my classroom. Born and raised in the Midwest, my worldview blew up on a cross-country road trip that ignited my passion to explore, as well as a commitment to protect those natural places. It’s my goal to design trips to uncover the passions and joy that only…
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Michael Bennett, Ed.D.

When I was 19-years-old, I traveled abroad for the first time, visiting Costa Rica for 6 weeks as part of study abroad program through the University of Delaware. Over that month-and-a-half, I managed to get hit (and almost killed) by a car, fall in love for the first time, learn how to communicate in a…

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Kilimanjaro and the Call to Adventure

Evergreen X Founder, Jake Haupert, and five of his friends, share their stories and reflections on climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.
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5 Ways to Escape the Winter Blues with Summer in the Southern Hemisphere

As temperatures drop in the United States, foreshadowing the long winter to come, there is a whole half of the world that is just starting to heat up! All of Australia, most of South America, and a third of Africa are part of the Southern Hemisphere, where the summer months are December, January and February.
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Australia: Two Weeks in the Northern Territory

If I were to poll a bunch of strangers (or at least a group of people who don’t hear me talk about Australia all the time) to name five icons in Australia, chances are Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) would come in the top three, right behind Sydney and the Great Barrier Reef. In fact, so popular are...