Better than a window seat

CoastView is for exploring the coastline of Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and California through pictures and stories. Our library has over a half million images, thats an average of one picture for every 500 feet (150 m) of shoreline from California to the Alaska Arctic, and thousands of interesting places to read about. Our daily blog posts provide short cuts to places of interest, showing stunning close-up pictures and a short story related to each picture. Navigate to the blog with the menu above or subscribe to the blog here:

Each story has links to more in-depth articles, as well as a link to the same picture in the CoastView mobile app. Use the link to open the CoastView app and explore more of the same area and keep track of where you are with an interactive map. The app can also be used for exploring the coast on your own without using any links from the blog. So now you can sightsee along the coast - whether you're traveling in “real-time” by bike, car, boat or airplane, or traveling “virtually” from a comfy chair at home. Download the CoastView app here:

An easy-to-use and fascinating way to learn about the history, nature, and geography of the west coast of North America, let CoastView help you plan an adventure (an Alaska cruise, or a fishing, kayaking, or flightseeing trip) and take a stress-free ‘virtual trip’ anywhere along the coast. Or use it while traveling to see and learn about the coast right next to you, no wifi required. Subscribe to the blog to receive daily blog stories and download the app today and take your first trip!

Best seat in the house.

Are you planning a coastal adventure?  Are you driving the Oregon's Coast Highway 101? You'll get a better-than-bird's-eye view of the coast with the CoastView mobile app. Discover what the coast really looks like. And always know where you are with CoastView's built-in map.  

Download the CoastView app before your journey and you can use it on the plane or in the car offline without an internet connection.  

"Whether you're traveling to Alaska or fascinated with it, this is for you."

Breathtaking views.

With over 50,000 miles of coast you're sure to find some hidden gems and places you want to (re)visit. Plan a cruise in Alaska, a kayak trip in British Columbia, or a scenic drive along the coast of Oregon. Or plan to enjoy these places from the comfort of home.