You’ll receive a full refund if you cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the experience (some exceptions apply). Check the “Cancellation Policy” section on an experience’s page to confirm its exact cancellation policy.
Discover Mt. Rainer National Park’s highlights on an all-inclusive, small-group full-day tour from Seattle. Explore wildflower meadows, alpine vistas, and waterfalls on foot as you enjoy magnificent views on a guided hike, or snowshoe trek, of Washington State’s highest mountain. Savor a delicious breakfast of pastries, fruit, and tea and coffee, an organic lunch with wine, and refreshments throughout your experience. Pick-up and drop-off are included.
Find out what makes Seattle one of the most popular areas in the US on this 4-hour Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle city tour. Visit Snoqualmie Falls, and then journey into the vibrant interior of Seattle itself. Sit back and enjoy the sights of the Emerald City from your window seat as you pass Pioneer Square, Fremont Troll, and a top city vantage point. Ample time at each stop is included.
Enjoy whale watching and a San Juan Island day trip from Seattle! This is the only cruise that leaves directly from downtown Seattle, allowing you to skip the traffic and get out on the water. With the guidance of a trained onboard naturalist, you will be taken to an area world-renowned for wildlife, where you will be on the lookout for orca, minke and humpback whales as well as Dall’s porpoise, seals, otters, bald eagles and more! Afterwards, you will have a stopover in Friday Harbor for a chance to grab a bite to eat or explore.Daily Schedule:8:15 AM: Depart Pier 69 in Seattle12:00 PM: Arrive Friday Harbor (if you are going whale watching, you stay on the boat)12:15 PM to 2:45 PM: Whale & Sealife Search2:45 PM to 5:00 PM: Free time in Friday Harbor5:15 PM: Depart Friday Harbor8:00 PM: Arrive Seattle
Fly over Mount Rainier’s glaciers, old-growth forests, and snowfields on a dramatic tour from Seattle, combining a 35-minute helicopter flight, a guided, 4-hour hike, and a catered meal in Mount Rainier National Park. Exploring by air and on the ground means you can see far more of the massive volcano without hours on the road, and the super-small-group tour is limited to three guests for the ultimate in personalized service.
Cruise out of downtown Seattle’s Pier 69 in the morning and soak in breathtaking scenery on your journey from Seattle to Friday Harbor. Catch sight of the stately Cascade Range as you clip past the eastern coast of Whidbey Island and glide under the impressive and historic Deception Pass. Upon your arrival in Friday Harbor, wander the town’s picturesque streets, stop by Lime Kiln State Park, rent a bike or grab a bite to eat in one of the many restaurants.
Combine the best the Northwest has to offer in this all-inclusive full-day adventure: a beautiful hike in the National Park with big views of Mt. Rainier, an organic picnic lunch outside, and wine tastings at beloved wineries in the Yakima Valley!At the height of summer, Mount Rainier's flower-flanked trails provide the relaxation, fresh air, and peace that only comes with a walk in a quiet, wild place. Our TripAdvisor "Hall of Fame" guides run the only day tours permitted to explore more than a mile from the park road as the National Park is ecologically important & delicate. The U.S. Park Service restricts other tour companies to "road tours." We're lovely & professional nature educators (not bus drivers) that have dedicated their lives to artful travel.Our all-inclusive small group day trip is limited to just 10 travelers. Sleep in a little - we'll bring coffee, bakery, fruit, and tea. We’ll bring snacks, water and sparkling water for the day. Don’t worry about a thing!
If you are looking for a boutique outdoor experience, look no further than this private tour of Mt. Rainier. Take a helicopter ride over Mount Rainier National Park’s 369 square miles of rugged mountains, then spend several hours exploring its old growth forests by foot. After working up an appetite on the trails, enjoyed a catered lunch in the midst of the park’s natural beauty. Groups are small—no more than six people—to ensure a completely bespoke experience.
Revel in personalized attention and enjoy a flexible itinerary on this private Lake Union cruise. Sip a cocktail or soft drink while your guide points out the luxe waterfront mansions that line the shore. Other sights include the floating homes of all varieties, views of seaplanes taking off and landing, and an array of drawbridges, some almost 100 years old. This private tour can accommodate up to 6 passengers.
When visiting the Puget Sound, it’s tempting to want to get out in the water. With this adventure, you do just that. Learn how to sail, or just sit back and enjoy the experience. Embark from the Shilshole Bay Marina and appreciate the ocean breeze, views of the Olympic Mountains, downtown Seattle, and Mount Rainier. You may even encounter marine wildlife like sea lions and humpback whales.
If there is any one hike that will etch the magnificence of the Olympic Mountains and the Salish Sea into your memory forever, this is it.Enjoy a day of adventure in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula with your private group. Includes two ferry rides, a visit to a native art gallery, and a moderate hike.
Like Sasquatch – 1,100 square mile Olympic National Park is gigantic, famous, and definitely elusive! Join our passionate naturalist guides (and Bigfoot!) on a quest to track down the wild essence of UNESCO World Heritage Site Olympic National Park.
We know that city breaks as a family can be unpredictable to say the least, but in a city like Seattle, that won’t be a problem! Whatever their age, however fussy your little ones can be with food and in spite of the rain that might fall, there’s always something to top that will keep the whole family happy! Seattle is packed with interactive museums like the Pacific Science Centre, opportunities to get active outdoors by canoeing on Lake Union or exploring Discovery Park with its forest trails and Native American Cultural Centre, and rainy day options like the Aquarium. So let a local show you the family side of this dynamic, modern city so you can make new memories and create the perfect family break in Seattle!
This adventure includes a ferry ride across Puget Sound to Whidbey Island, a 5.5 mile hike in a stunning preserve where birds and marine life abound, a peek into the earliest days of pioneer settlement of Washington Territory, and a walk along the streets and wharf of a historic fishing village.
Enjoy an exciting day hike to an Alpine Lake or Mountain Top with spectacular views and a friendly guide! Afterwards, we'll enjoy a traditional Seattle-Area, American Meal at a local restaurant before ending our day with a visit to World-Famous Snoqualmie Falls. Details:-Hotel pickup included-Small Group of 2-15 people-Hike distance is 5-8 miles (8.1km - 13km) and includes hills / elevation gain-Enjoy genuine American Food for Dinner at a highly-rated local restaurant or PUB-Visit World-Famous Snoqualmie Falls where you can get some stunning photos-Drop off back at your hotel when our adventures is complete
Join us for 3 days of climbing to the summit of one of North America’s most sought after peaks, Mount Baker. We take either the Easton Glacier or Coleman-Demming route with challenging route-finding through icefalls, seracs, and around large crevasses. Before summiting Mount Baker, you will learn fundamental skills necessary for safe glacier travel such as ice axe arrest, the use of crampons, and how to attach to a rope as a member of a rope team.
Get to know Tacoma the fun and high-tech way on an interactive scavenger hunt. All you need is your smartphone and an app to get started in the neighborhood of your choice. Follow clues and solve puzzles at your own pace, with each step revealing local trivia and your next destination. At the end of the game, compare your group’s finishing time and success rates to other teams for some friendly competition.
Most guided tours and hikes at Mt. Rainier are at Paradise or one of the other visitor centers, which can be crowded and offer little in the way of a true adventure or solitude. This hike takes advantage of a little-known back door to Grand Park, where solitude and wildlife viewing is almost guaranteed.
Join us for 4 days of backpacking in Mount Rainier National Park!On this trip you will learn fundamental skills necessary for safe backcountry travel such as navigation, packing, leave no trace, and cooking, all while while enjoying one of the most pristine and rugged wildernesses the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Most tours to Mt. Rainier focus on one location: Paradise. But Paradise, despite its name, is not the epitome of the Rainier experience. Bus loads of tourists take brief hikes on paved surfaces and crowd the trails. No solitude.This adventure starts at Sunrise, a less-visited area, and brings you to the brink of Glacier Basin, where the largest glacier in the U.S. outside Alaska is front-and-center. On a summer weekday, you might have the trail and the views mostly to to yourselves (along with marmots, pikas, and goats).Following this 6 to 9 mile hike (according to your preferences) we can reflect on the majesty of Rainier at a tavern for dinner or drinks or other refreshments.
A first-rate adventure in our favorite 1,100 square mile national treasure – spend time on foot in our favorite places in Olympic National Park! Join Matt Mikkelsen, documentary filmmaker and protector of natural silence, on an unforgettable guided exploration of the quiet corners of UNESCO World Heritage Site Olympic National Park.