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Columbia & Snake River Cruise Options

Select itinerary and date from the options below for adventure details, rates, and departures

$700
Adventure
Savings

Save $700 per couple ($350/person) or $700 per solo traveler on 2019 Columbia & Snake Rivers departures booked April 20–June 14, 2019. Promo code: RIVERS700.

Rivers of Adventure
2019: Sep 7, 14, 21, 28; Oct 5, 12, 19, 26

Rivers of Wine & Culinary
2019: Nov 2, 9, 16, 23

Map of the UnCruise Adventures 2019 itinerary Rivers of Adventure, on the Columbia & Snake Rivers
Adventure Cruise
2019
2020

Rivers of Adventure

From:
$5,195

7

nights

Portland, OR to Clarkston, WA (or reverse)

S.S. Legacy

September-October 2019

2019

Map of the UnCruise Adventures 2020 itinerary Rivers of Adventure, on the Columbia & Snake Rivers
Adventure Cruise
2019
2020

Rivers of Adventure

From: $5,395

7

nights

Portland, OR to Clarkston, WA (or reverse)

S.S. Legacy

August-October 2020

2020

Map of the UnCruise Adventures itinerary Rivers of Wine & Culinary
Adventure Cruise

Rivers of Wine & Culinary

From:
$4,295

7

nights

Roundtrip Portland, OR

S.S. Legacy

November 2019
September-November 2020

Land Packages / Extend Your Trip

Enhance your cruise by exploring the art and culture of Portland, OR, and Spokane, WA. 

Why the Rivers?

From our included excursions and onboard amenities to the varied landscapes, history, wine, food, and adventure, there’s no better way to discover the natural treasures of Washington and Oregon than from your floating home base.

These aren’t your grandparents’ river cruises.

Activities Aboard & Ashore

Transit the rivers’ locks, watch engineering at work from the bow. Walk to cascading waterfalls and in riverside towns. Taste wines from top Washington and Oregon American Viticultural Areas.

Adventures, explorations—here’s what’s in store!

Wildlife

The forests and expansive plateaus around the rivers provide open range for wildlife to migrate. While some wildlife is cautiously elusive and easier to spot from a distance, others like twitch-eared deer have become more accustomed to the human presence.

See what you can spot from the bow and on excursions.

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