It’s time again for planning your Christmas getaway, and the Christmas Leavenworth Lighting tour is a great way to get in the holiday spirit!
On December, 11, 2016, Cheryl’s Northwest Tours LLC is providng a deluxe, premium tour to Leavenworth, WA, to visit the world-class holiday event -Christmas Lighting Festival.
Departing at 8:00am from Northgate, 8:30am from Seattle Sheraton, and 9:10am from the Star Lake Park and Ride (I-5 @ S 272nd St), this tour is a full day of fun and festivities.
Our tour, Christmas Leavenworth Lighting, includes a deluxe motor coach with a tour director to share the what-to-do information before arrival in Leavenworth. On the way over, enjoy holiday music, Christmas trivia, sing-along (3-4 songs) a free raffle drawing, and breakfast items to munch on.
You’ll have 5 hours in Leavenworth to shop, play, and eat, with Holiday cheer and festivities all around you. Maybe even sledding for the kids if weather permits! Bring your sled if you have one, or buy one there and bring home with you. At 4:30 the final parade begins, with the whole town ablaze by 5:00 in brilliant lights and colors throughout the village.
The trip home is relaxing after all the excitement, with a holiday movie for your enjoyment and an evening snack as we bring you safely back to your starting location.
Visit our website to reserve your seat! Seating limited, so don’t hesitate! www.cherylsnwtours.com/ and scroll down to the Christmas Leavenworth Lighting tour. For a 10% discount, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and mention you read the blog!
We offer private and group tours all year, so check our website for fun tours anytime! http://www.cherylsnorthwesttours.com.
Cheryl’s Northwest Tours LLC has organized the 2015 Tours in the Northwest program. We invite you to join us!
Listed below are our specialty tours for the year, designed to share unique Northwest sights and scenes not known to visitors, and often not the locals, either!
January 14-ELK FEEDING TOUR. Craig Schnebly has been feeding Rocky Mountain elk at the L.T. Murray feed station since 1988. He has seen different elk come and go, but one thing remains a constant. When the barn door opens each morning, the elk smell food and come running. The estimated number of elk in the Yakima herd is near 10,000, and anywhere from 1,000 to 1,800 of those elk are fed hay in L.T. Murray each winter, The number of elk that show up depends on how harsh the conditions are. The more snow that accumulates, the more elk come down to feed. Kittitas County is host to two feeding stations, and the L.T. Murray feed site at Joe Watt offers a viewing area where the public is invited to come and watch the majestic animals.
March 21-PORTLAND AND FORT VANCOUVER, WA . Did you know that the Pacific Northwest’s first hospital, school, orchard, library, grist mill, saw mill, shipyard, and dairy were all established at the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Fort Vancouver? Learn more about this by joining our tour to Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, which includes a visit and optional tour of Portland.
April Saturdays and more-TULIP FESTIVAL TOUR. A spring ritual, we again trek out to view the brightly colored fields
of tulips, daffodils and iris in the Skagit Valley. We swing through a bird sanctuary in search of migratory snow geese, trumpeter swans, and eagles on the way, and visit a quaint historic town for lunch.
May 30-June 1 Overnight. LAKE CHELAN AND STEHEKIN. Chelan, known for its warm weather and desert-like terrain is also home to Lake Chelan, a deep water lake nestled in the North section of the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Mountains. An overnight trip, you’ll stay your first night in Chelan at a resort right on the lake. Day two you’ll take a leisurely boat ride on the Lady of the Lake to Stehekin, a town only accessible by boat or plane. Here you’ll enjoy the peace and quiet of this little rustic community, with hiking trails and a waterfall.
July 18-LAVENDER FESTIVAL IN SEQUIM WA. Sequim offers the largest lavender event in North America with the annual Lavender Festival in July. You will visit 3-4 farms and have time at Lavender-in-the-Park to check out food booths, lavender plant sales, lavender ice cream, lavender related crafts and more. This tour also includes a ferry ride across Puget sound.
November 7-10 Overnight. NORTH CASCADES TOUR. The North Cascades receive an over-abundance of snow in the winter, and the pass is closed late November until March-May sometime. We’re planning this overnight tour to avoid the crowds while seeking the autumn experience of the majestic mountains, the amazing wilderness while we stay in a resort in the mountains. We’ll visit a Wild West Town with wooden boardwalks and authentic western siding on the whole town before making our way back along the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers. A beautiful drive and unbelievable scenery not to be missed.
December 5,12,19-LEAVENWORTH CHRISTMAS TOWN LIGHTING. This Bavarian style village is very believable to Germany and Austria, and really does it up in December with festive lighting, roasted chestnuts, holiday music, food, and merriment everywhere! Fire pits in the street help keep you warm, and you’ll immediately get in the holiday spirit here.
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It’s that time again, Christmas, and, the Leavenworth Town Lighting festival! Time to get nostalgic and visit one of the most festive towns in America: Leavenworth, Washington.
Cheryl’s Northwest Tours LLC will cover all the details, you just show up and play. We depart the Seattle area around 8:30am from several area locations and arrive in Leavenworth around noon. Mid afternoon you are welcome to rejoin the bus and guide to drop off any purchased you don’t want to carry around, then venture back out to explore more of this fun European-style town. They light up the entire town around 4;30-5:00, and at 5:30 you’ll re-board the bus for the ride back, and enjoy a holiday movie on board to get you in the mood for the holidays.
The tour includes a continental breakfast basket and bottled water, transportation, and a tour guide to help you plan your day. You’ll enjoy a relaxing day at the Leavenworth Town Lighting, a place like an alpine Bavarian resort-style town, with shopping, chestnut eating, sleigh rides, see a play, or just people watch. Until the lights come on, then you’ll be in awe! Partnered with Clipper Vacations, you are sure to have a great time.
Often this town has snow, with the elevation of 1,171 ft (357 m). Nestled in a valley against the Cascade Mountains, the town is beautiful. So bring your sled if you’re inclined to slide down the kiddy hill, dress warm, and enjoy the beauty of Bavaria and the great Pacific Northwest at the Leavenworth Town Lighting.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservation or get more details. Get an inside look at the Pacific Northwest with Cheryl’s Northwest Tours LLC.