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COLUMBIA GORGE Megafloods w/Randall Carlson & Bradley Young, Inaugural Tour

COLUMBIA GORGE Megafloods w/Randall Carlson & Bradley Young, Inaugural Tour

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Contact at the Cabin
9000 West Airport Drive
Spokane, WA 99224 United States
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Contact at the Cabin Presents: A Randall Carlson 7 day guided tour through the landscape from the Younger Dryas Cataclysmic events

We traverse again through the Scablands of Washington State, but this time heading South and West into the Columbia Gorge. Lead by Randall Carlson and Bradley Young of Kosmographia for 7 days and 6 nights, we will stay in various places along the way. We venture out daily to visit and learn about the geological remnants of the cataclysm only 12,800 years ago. There are amazing views and visits, hikes and lectures with a great bunch of people.

This is cohosted by Russ and Kyle of The Brothers of the Serpent, and Graham and Darren from Grimerica.

Contact at the Cabin started out as a Meet up of podcast hosts/guests/listeners/friends mingling with ideas and various controversial topics, ancient mysteries, esotericism over a long weekend. It has morphed into a larger theme/tour/lecture/learning type meet up like these Scablands and Montana Flood tours with Randall Carlson and Bradley Young. The people and open minded conversations are incredible and the sites and lectures are very instructive.

This is an All Inclusive event:

Food and beverages, lodging, tour and park entrance fees, Transportation for the daily trips/tour (and pick up and drop off from the Spokane Airport) are all included.Note: Alcohol not included

Hang out with Randall, Bradley and the group during the week. As our convoy listens to Randall narrate our journey live on Randall Radio, we see and stop at a variety of breathtaking sites during the week including some of the following:

Steptoe Butte, Palouse Falls, Snake River, Tammany Creek Bar, Walla Walla Valley, Starbuck varves, Burlingame Gulch, Wallula Gap, Stonehenge Memorial, Columbia Gorge, Mayer State Park, Rowena Crest Viewpoint, Koberg Beach, Beacon Rock, Bonneville Dam, Bridge of the Gods, Crown Point, Latourell Falls, Multnomah Falls, Oneonta Gorge Slot Canyon, and much more…..

Example of Draft Itinerary as follows, subject to change…:

Pre-Trip: Zoom call with participants, Randall and Brad to say hi, introductions, look at some maps, go over rough itinerary and answer questions.

Day 1: (Sunday) Arrivals into Spokane (before 5pm)

Check in to Spokane, WA accommodations (one night)

Dinner and evening Welcome and Planning presentations

Day 2: (Monday) Breakfast and Check out of Spokane hotel

South on Rt195 by Hangman Creek Valley Qualchan Golf Course bedding exposure

Steptoe Butte overlook of the Palouse Hills

Lewiston Hill overlook of Clearwater/Snake Rivers junction

Tammany Creek Bar Gravel pits

Check into Lewiston, ID accommodations (one night)

Day 3: (Tuesday) Breakfast and Check out of Lewiston Hotel

Rt 12 along Snake River over to Walla Walla Valley

Down Tucannon River to Starbuck varves

Into Lowden and Burlingame Gulch

Beds along Walla Walla River near Touchet

Twin Sisters trail at Wallula Gap on Columbia River

Check into Hermiston, (one night)

Day 4: (Wednesday) Breakfast and Check out of Hermiston hotel

Along Columbia River toward the Gorge

Stonehenge Memorial at Maryhill

Deschutes River and/or The Dalles on the Columbia

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum

Mayer State Park, Historic Columbia River Highway

Rowena Crest viewpoint and Syncline Viewpoint

Koberg Beach Recreation Site, Check-in at Hood River

Day 5: (Thursday) Breakfast

Hood River local Recreation options

Columbia River Gorge Viewpoint above Underwood, WA (continue to Cook)

Beacon Rock, Bonneville Dam, Bridge of the Gods, Return to Hood River

Day 6: (Friday) Breakfast

Vista House at Crown Point, Latourell Falls, Multnomah Falls

Oneonta Gorge slot canyon

Other trails to more falls OR recreation opportunities in Hood River

Day 7: (Saturday) Breakfast

Check-out of Hood River accommodations

Fly out from Portland at noon or later.

** Some evenings there will be fantastic lectures by Randall and others, and jamming /drumming depending on the amount of people bringing instruments.**

Frequently Asked Questions:

What about accommodation?

Accommodations are included – 2 guests per room/cabin (2 queen beds) Single Occupancy available at additional cost (private option – listed as a ticket type)

Event Cancellation and Refund Policy

To qualify for a refund, registrants must send a cancellation email to graham@grimerica.com on or before 60 days before the event start date. Registrations made after 60 days before the event start date, are non-refundable and non-transferable. Contact at the Cabin LLC, in its sole discretion, may grant a Hardship Exception (e.g. military deployment, extreme illness or injury) to cancellations received after 60 days before the event start date (regardless of the date of registration).

Payments made by credit/debit card will be credited back to the original credit/debit card.

No-Shows

There will be no refunds or credits for any amounts paid by a registrant/attendee, if the registrant/attendee does not attend any event (and failed to cancel under this policy).

Ticket Transfers

To quality for a ticket transfer, registrants must send a transfer request email to graham@grimerica.com on or before 60 days before the event start date. Registrations made after 60 days before the event start date, are non-refundable and non-transferable. Holocene LLC, in its sole discretion, may grant a Hardship Exception (e.g. military deployment, extreme illness or injury) to cancellations received after 60 days before the event start date (regardless of the date of registration).