Northwest Tripfinder is your offbeat getaway guide to Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. We bring fresh inspiration and useful advice for planning your local trips, from the fossil beds of John Day to the food carts in Vancouver.  We love sharing the hidden wonders of local places and inspiring getaways that are fun and affordable. Read more about us.

Our Readers

Northwest TripFinder has a niche, highly targeted audience. Over 85% of our readers live in the Pacific Northwest, and they take several local getaways each year. Website traffic: Northwest TripFinder receives about 60,000 page views per month (average). Our email newsletter has 5,580 active subscribers with an average open rate of 33%. Social influence:  

Promotion platforms at a glance

Display Ads

Our sidebar and leaderboard ads are hosted through Northwest Travel Magazine’s ad network. To inquire about rates or place an ad please contact Ryan Yale, Business Manager, at 253-432-4682 /

Sponsor an Email Newsletter

Our monthly email newsletter inspires our readers’ local trips in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with trip guides, getaway info, hiking trails, camping advice and more. We have more than 5200 active subscribers. Each email newsletter can have a dedicated sponsor – contact us to discuss.

Native Advertising / Sponsored Content

This is a powerful way to connect your brand with our editorial content. For example, your seaside lodge might sponsor a post on five nearby beach hikes. We do all the writing. You can sponsor an existing post, too. For details, contact us. See an example of sponsored content here: Go Glamping in Washington with Pampered Wilderness. _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Northwest TripFinder in the Media

Northwest TripFinder was featured in The Seattle Times: New Players Help You Plan a Washington Vacation Northwest TripFinder is a “top travel website” according to the Seattle Times. We’ve were featured on KBCS’s On the Blogs radio program about great local blogs in the Northwest. Read a feature on Lauren Braden and Northwest TripFinder at Actively Northwest.  

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