Scenes from recent trips with Whitman College Alumni and Friends

Please email Nancy or call 509.527.5167 for more details on these trips.


The Whitman College Alumni Association invites you to join us in celebrating history, theatre, and the great outdoors in one of these exceptional travel opportunities with faculty favorites.


Our Featured Trip Other Trips

Our Featured Trip

"Legendary Danube" River Cruise on AMA Waterways with Professor of Physics Kurt Hoffman July 11-21, 2018

"Legendary Danube" River Cruise on AMA Waterways with Professor of Physics Kurt Hoffman July 11-21, 2018

Includes optional 3 nights in Prague, followed by a 7-night cruise from Nuremberg to Budapest From $3,079 per person*

*Book by September 30, 2017 and save $1,000 per person on cruise fare.

Join Professor Kurt Hoffman and celebrate the beauty and history of the fabled Danube River as you cruise from Nuremberg to Budapest. Visit centuries-old towns, and let the culture, art, and music of Europe's grand cities and fairy tale villages surprise and delight you. Along the way, Professor Hoffman will lead explorations of sound and how it moves in different architectural environments - whether in medieval Regensburg, the baroque-style Benedictine Abbey, or one of the great concert halls in Vienna. Begin with 3 nights in historic Prague, "the city of a hundred spires," the perfect place to start your legendary journey.

See the attached flyer for more information.

Questions? Contact Lauren Riker or call 509-527-5850.

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Other Trips

Circumnavigation of Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice - July 25 - August 2, 2018 with Professor of Geology Pat Spencer

Circumnavigation of Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice - July 25 - August 2, 2018 with Professor of Geology Pat Spencer

Circumnavigation of Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice • Seven-night cruise with Reykjavik, Greenland add-on options
From $6495 per person • Limited space available. Reserve your spot now!

The Whitman College Alumni Association is pleased to share an exciting opportunity to join fellow Whittie travelers for an unforgettable journey to Iceland in Summer 2018. Accompanied by Professor of Geology Pat Spencer, our group will explore the stunning beauty of the "Land of Fire and Ice," on a seven-night circumnavigation July 25 - August 2, 2018.

During this seven-night circumnavigation of this extraordinary Nordic island nation, experience unimaginable scenery that exists nowhere else on Earth and encounter Iceland’s wondrous sights at close range. Cruise aboard the exclusively chartered, Fiveā€‘Star, small ship M.V. Star Pride (chartered by tour operator Thomas P. Gohagan & Company), with the ability to cruise into small ports inaccessible to larger vessels and to alter course and launch its Zodiac excursion vessels as a kaleidoscope of wild, ethereal landscapes and mystery unfold before you.

Please note: Participants are required to have independent mobility and physical capability to embark and disembark motor coaches and small boats, walk for extended periods, and climb flights of stairs without assistance. Facilities and sites on excursions are not wheelchair accessible.

Questions? Contact Lauren Riker or call 509-527-5850.

We are no longer taking reservations as this trip is full! Consider joining us on the Danube River Cruise, July 11-21, 2018.

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Photo from a recent Alumni Trip

2015 YampaRiver Trip - Wagon Wheel Point Overlook

Alumni, parents, and friends hiked up the Wagon Wheel Point Overlook on the Yampa River during a recent Alumni Association trip with Professors Bob Carson and Don Snow.

Top Row (left to right): Rob Tonnsen ’00, Bob Carson, Kayla Black, Gretchen Swanson ’11, Carolyn Nielsen ’71 and Page Crutcher.

Middle Row (left to right): Liesl Olson ‘11, Tom Boyd, Ted Watts ’63, Nancy Fenno Boyd ’87 (holding sign), Ann Marie Cox ’85, Don Snow, Clare Carson, Craig Watts, Emily Ford ’15, and Terry Bowns.

Bottom Row (left to right): Wayne Tilson ’72, Debbie Simpson, Lori Tilson, Terry Parsons ’63, Patricia Parsons, Linda Miller, David Miller ’66, Annette Kyle, and Rocky Kyle ’66.

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Any income generated from participation in the Whitman College Alumni Association travel program is used to pay for the travel expenses of faculty and staff and the promotional costs associated with the travel program.