Last Minute Reminder About Sasquan Tours

Several pre- and post-Worldcon tours of the Inland Northwest are offered by Sasquan but if they don’t make their minimum numbers by July 28 the tours will be canceled.

  • Come early or stay late and let the locals take you on tour of the Inland Northwest. Historic sites, parks, wineries and craft breweries are some of the area’s top attractions we’ve lined up for you. When will you have the opportunity to do this again!
  • To reserve one of these fabulous tours, please go to http://www.groupcoordinators.com/sasquan-tours.php
  • If you need further information or have a question please call Julie at Group Coordinators – 509.455.4354 or julie@groupcoordinators.com
  • Payment is due by July 28, 2015. If minimums are not reached by that date, the tour will be canceled and your money refunded. Based on availability, you can still register after July 28, 2015.

Here’s are the headlines – details at the Sasquan website.

TOURS OFFERED ON TUESDAY, August 18, 2015

  • Spokane City Tour
  • A Journey on the Ale Trail
  • Afternoon of Wine Tasting
  • Literary, Musical & Theater Ghosts of Spokane Walking Tour
  • Scenic Cruise on Lake Coeur d’Alene

TOURS OFFERED ON MONDAY, August 24, 2015

  • Afternoon of Wine Tasting
  • Literary, Musical & Theater Ghosts of Spokane Walking Tour
  • Scenic Cruise on Lake Coeur d’Alene

3 thoughts on “Last Minute Reminder About Sasquan Tours

  1. And as an FYI, I e-mailed the tour organizers at the e-mail address provided on the Sasquan site for such things, because there was no Departure Point listed that I could find.

    At least for the Lake Cruise, the Point of Departure is “the Convention Center at the entrance across the street from the Davenport Grand Hotel”.

  2. Delurking to heartily recommend checking out the Inland Northwest Ale Trail if you have any interest in craft beers. We have had an explosion in craft breweries in the last few years, eight of them just within a forty-five minute walk (or quick taxi ride) of downtown. If you can’t make the organized tour, there’s a map for self-guided strolls on the Inland Northwest Ale Trail website.

    Also, true facts: Spokane has the nation’s second largest urban waterfall, and Lake Coeur d’Alene the world’s longest floating boardwalk. And if anyone is ambitious enough to bring their bike, there’s a paved trail that runs the thirty-some miles from the riverfront in Spokane to Lake Coeur d’Alene.

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