Photographer David H. Collier braves the weather on the Oregon Coast to shoot tide pools for Via.
Photographer David H. Collier scours the California Coast for tide pools.
Along the coast 130 miles southwest of Portland, Newport, Ore., is a the self-described Dungeness crab capital of the world--and so much more.
Our national parks are stunning in their own ways, collectively drawing hundreds of millions of visitors each year. Many of them, however, share a trait that many people fail to consider: wonderful small towns.
Great Basin National Park is one of the most far-flung and least visited of the country's national park system—which is a good thing.
Because it's one of the first coastal locations motorists reach upon entering Alaska, the Kenai Peninsula has become one of the 49th state's prime tourist attractions.
Writer Michelle Nowak explains the Italian concept of agritourismo, or vacationing on a working farm, and how it translates into American culture. Also: She likes figs.
Seattle is at once sedate, beautiful, and known as the birthplace of one of rock music's great eras.
As Leslie Forberg toured the Pacific Northwest in search of unique and delectable apple cider discoveries that had nothing to do with cider . . . and a few that did.
One might think there's not much to see in a small coastal Oregon town like Gearhart.