Itinerary 2:Pullman and Clarkston
Day 1: Spokane
Day 2: Spokane, The Palouse and Pullman
Day 3: Pullman and Clarkston
Day Three & Four: Pullman and Clarkston
Three Forks Pioneer Village Museum:
Discover this recreated pioneer town, assembled the last three decades.
The museum has a general store, blacksmith shop, jail, hardware store
and thousands of antiques dating from the 1800’s. Tours available by appointment.
Washington State University:
Visit the Museum of Anthropology to learn about the Northwest’s mysterious Sasquatch.
Don’t miss the WSU Bear Program, the only facility in the world to house adult grizzly bears for research.
The facility includes a two-acre exercise yard and six indoor-outdoor pens with temperature-controlled dens.
The bears are active from April through November, and hibernate through the winter. Tours available by appointment.
Stop in at Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe for a taste of their high quality dairy products
(such as the award-winning Cougar Gold Cheese), made by the students at the university.
Dinner and overnight: Clarkston
Depart on a jet boat tour and explore Hells Canyon, the deepest
river gorge in North America. View bighorn sheep, ancient rock formations and Indian pictographs.
Great place for fishing charters including Steelhead fishing from October-February and sturgeon in the spring and summer.
Take a float trip in the canyon. The rapids range from class II and III to class V.
Puffer Butte Trail in Fields Spring State Park:
This trail offers some of the most dramatic scenery in
the entire state. This area is a land of high plateaus, deep canyons,
forested hills, and sweeping views. Enjoy a short hike and watch for elk – this area
is known for some of the best elk habitat in the state.
Jet Boat Arriving at Copper Creek Dock, Snake River, Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area South of Clarkston