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Several small companies offer tours of movie locations in Vancouver, B.C., including places on public property where "Eclipse" and "New Moon" were filmed. (For legal reasons they don't use the movies' titles.)

On Location Tours Vancouver: A 6 1/2-hour tour costs $169 (Canadian) per adult, with discounts for children 12 and under and for groups of four or more. www.onlocationtoursvancouver.com or 1-778-549-1774.

Vancouver Set Tours: A four-hour tour is $199 (Canadian) per person. www.vancouversettours.com/

Forks, La Push sites, tours
Forks, Wash.

The movie "Eclipse" will help bring more fans to Forks, the Olympic Peninsula town that's the main setting for the novels and films. The "Twilight" saga has been a boon for Forks over the last few years, with "Twi-hards" filling motels and snapping up "Twilight"-themed memorabilia, from sweatshirts and mugs to the Bella Burger at a hamburger joint.

"Twilight" map, guidebook: For an interactive map showing "Twilight"-linked sights around Forks, La Push and Port Angeles, see www.forkswa.com/twilight.A guidebook, "Twilight Tours -- The Illustrated Guide to the Real Forks," is sold through the website, for $11.95.

Tours: Various companies offer "Twilight"-themed tours and hotel packages in and around Forks, including Dazzled by Twilight with tours of the books' Olympic Peninsula locations: http://dazzledbytwilight.rezgo.com/tour. Clipper Vacations offers a self-guided two-night package to Port Angeles, Forks and La Push: www.clippervacations.com/wa_state/packages/

La Push, Wash.

The oceanfront village of La Push, home to the "Twilight" character Jacob Black and his werewolf pack, lies within the Quileute reservation west of Forks. See www.quileutenation.org, which includes information for visitors and traditional Quileute legends and tales. There's also a Quileute online store with some "Twilight"-type merchandise, including a Quileute wolf charm bracelet. www.quileute-store.com

Tours related to 'Eclipse'

"Twilight"-themed tours in Vancouver, B.C.: Several small companies offer tours of movie locations in Vancouver, B.C., including places on public property where "Eclipse" and "New Moon" were filmed. (For legal reasons they don't use the movies' titles.) • On Location Tours Vancouver: A 6 1/2-hour tour costs $169 (Canadian) per adult, with discounts for children 12 and under and for groups of four or more. www.onlocationtoursvancouver.com or 1-778-549-1774. • Vancouver Set Tours: A four-hour tour is $199 (Canadian) per person. www.vancouversettours.com/

Tours in Washington: • Forks, Wash.: The movie "Eclipse" will help bring more fans to Forks, the Olympic Peninsula town that's the main setting for the novels and films. The "Twilight" saga has been a boon for Forks over the past few years, with "Twi-hards" filling motels and snapping up "Twilight"-themed memorabilia, from sweatshirts and mugs to the Bella Burger at a hamburger joint. "Twilight" map, guidebook: For an interactive map showing "Twilight"-linked sights around Forks, La Push and Port Angeles, see www.forkswa.com/twilight. A guidebook, "Twilight Tours -- The Illustrated Guide to the Real Forks," is sold through the website, for $11.95. Tours: Various companies offer "Twilight"-themed tours and hotel packages in and around Forks, including Dazzled by Twilight with tours of the books' Olympic Peninsula locations: http://dazzledbytwilight.rezgo.com/tour. Clipper Vacations offers a self-guided two-night package to Port Angeles, Forks and La Push: www.clippervacations.com/wa_state/packages/ • La Push, Wash.: The oceanfront village of La Push, home to the "Twilight" character Jacob Black and his werewolf pack, lies within the Quileute reservation (see photo below) west of Forks. See www.quileutenation.org, which includes information for visitors and traditional Quileute legends and tales. There's also a Quileute online store with some "Twilight"-type merchandise, including a Quileute wolf charm bracelet. www.quileute-store.com.



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