Astoria/Warrenton Highlights

We begin your day at the historic Ft. Clatsop where Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1805-1806 with the Corps of Discovery. Here, we will tour the museum and watch a video about their amazing adventures on the Oregon Coast.  Park rangers will be available to answer any of your questions and there is a gift shop in the museum.

Next, we walk out to Netul Landing and see where Lewis and Clark actually came up river.  After taking in the beautiful Netul Landing we make our way to the wreck of the Peter Iredale in Warrenton.  This was a four masted steel barque sailing vessel that ran aground in 1906 and portions of the ship are still visible today.

Lunch (optional & additional cost) will be served at a local, favorite restaurant and shopping is available for those who choose not to lunch.  Our tour concludes with a stop at the beautiful and scenic Astoria Column.  The column is 125 feet high with 164 winding steps and features breathtaking panoramic views of the Columbia River, the Pacific Ocean and Young's Bay. The column was gifted to the city in 1926 by the Great Northern Railway commemorating the settling of the Western Territory. This unique view is a terrific spot for photo opportunities to remember your trip.

Topography for entire tour is flat and easy to navigate.  The Peter Iredale wreck is, of course, on the beach.  Guests are welcome to remain in the parking lot and walking to the wreck itself is optional.

Tours operate rain or shine:
Minimum 6 persons/Maximum 12persons

$95.00 per person
$75.00 ages 5-18

Free for children under age 5 - complimentary booster seats available

Price Includes admission to Fort Clatsop and parking fee at Astoria Column.  There is no additional charge for viewing the wreck of the Peter Iredale.

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