Experimente a beleza dos grandes espaços ao ar livre no noroeste do Pacífico nesta excursão guiada de grupos pequenos do Parque Nacional Olímpico durante todo o dia. De praias e montanhas a florestas e fazendas, explore este espetacular parque selvagem em uma série de passeios pela natureza com um guia naturalista. Você pode passear em uma van de luxo ou em um SUV e passear pelas florestas mais antigas do país ou pelas praias, com uma vista deslumbrante das Montanhas Olímpicas. Um café da manhã leve e almoço de piquenique gourmet, além de embarque e desembarque no hotel, estão incluídos neste passeio.
Excursão de dia inteiro em pequenos grupos do Olympic National Park
Faça várias caminhadas guiadas pela natureza interpretativa com um guia naturalista
Durante os meses de inverno, percorra as belas florestas com raquetes de neve
Tour em grupo pequeno em um veículo de luxo garante uma experiência personalizada
Almoço gourmet, chá da manhã com bolos e lanches leves estão incluídos!
Depois de ser pego em seu hotel no centro de Seattle, suba em um veículo de luxo e comece a jornada para o Olympic National Park.
O parque possui montanhas cobertas de neve, florestas tropicais e a majestosa costa do Pacífico. Há praias remotas, além das florestas mais antigas do país e uma das cadeias de montanhas mais impressionantes de Washington. A Península Olímpica abriga algumas das maiores áreas selvagens deixadas nos Estados Unidos, incluindo dezesseis espécies de plantas e animais que evoluíram aqui - e em nenhum outro lugar. Desfrute de caminhadas curtas e interpretativas ao longo do dia. Se houver neve suficiente para raquetes, o guia trará todo o equipamento necessário.
Aprenda ecologia florestal e a geologia das impressionantes Montanhas Olímpicas. Se o clima permitir, dirija-se ao Hurricane Ridge para desfrutar de vistas incríveis da montanha e observar a vida selvagem e as cachoeiras ao longo das rotas cênicas. Visite as águas cristalinas do deslumbrante Lago Crescent no sopé norte das Montanhas Olímpicas. Este lago foi esculpido por geleiras, por isso é um local ideal para quem procura beleza natural. Nos dias em que o tempo fecha o acesso ao Hurricane Ridge, podemos visitar a costa arenosa do Dungeness Wildlife Refuge ou passar mais tempo entre as florestas e cachoeiras do Vale do Elwha.
Ao meio-dia, um piquenique gourmet será fornecido. Por favor, consulte a seção Itinerário para obter informações sobre o menu.
Marty Marty Marty. What can I say except thank you for a fabulous day. Pickup time was spot on, scenery was spectacular and we were blessed with blue sky all day long. Hurricane Ridge and the hike up Hurricane Hill was exactly what my soul needed. Lunch was delicious and the scenery for our picnic was out of this world, I kept thinking Julie Andrews was going to come out and sing us a song. Martys knowledge of wildlife, the mountains, and such made for a very informative day. Next time to Mt Rainer with Marty. Thanks for being you Marty.
Sean was our tour guide and he was awesome! Very knowledgeable, funny and nice! We went to lake crescent which was gorgeous, then elwah valley which was also very beautiful. We had a wonderful lunch there, very good food. Then we went to hurricane ridge where it had fresh snow, it was absolutely breathtaking!
You have to love what you do otherwise it wouldn't be joyful for you and this goes double for the hospitality business.
My two tour guides - peyton (olympic national park) and clay (mt rainer) absolutely love what they do and it shows. Kudos for evergreen escapes for finding such talented people.
Different food options were exquisite and sourced locally - trail snacks, cookies, coffee and lunch- salad, pasta and chicken w/ local red wine was fulfilling and esp important on the second day after the hike.
Day one with peyton was fun - he has a collection of dad jokes, corny jokes and fun family friendly cringe worthy jokes, car games which made the car ride so fun. The tour itself was gorgeous, weather was cooperative - it only rained long enough for us to scramble to put on our rain jackets and it stopped.
The hike was mild, lunch delicious, waterfall breathtaking, forest hike tranquil.The group was amazing as well. All in all well worth the time and money though we could have spent longer on the hike - it doesn't take away anything.
Day 2 with Clay was comparatively strenuous as the group as a whole decided we wanted a longer and higher hike experience which ended up being a 2.5 hour, 5.5 mile hike with 1250 ft elevation. We had fun deciphering what mushrooms,birds and animals we saw and on the ride back - everyone got a quick shut eye
Jeff picked us up at our hotel right on time and provided us with all of the information that we could wish for and more. His accommodation for a client who got carsick on the winding roads through the park was sensitive and adequate without infringing on the rest of the group. A variety of snacks were provided (breakfast muffins, granola, peanut butter stuffed pretzels, cookies and “Ozzie bars”) along with a hearty lunch. The lunch was described as gourmet, but I don’t consider baked chicken, potato salad and kale salad to be “gourmet” even though the chicken and potato salad were really delicious. A single bottle of wine was opened and was enjoyable enough that I wish a second had been opened as well. Jeff’s knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area were quite good and his presentation kept us laughing as well as interested. The hour and a half to 2 hour drive to the park and back went quickly due to his interaction with us. The tour itself began with a hike along Hurricane Ridge during which he pointed out and explained many interesting things. His ability to answer questions was exceptional. Due to the altitude several guests became winded and needed to rest. His willingness to push on or turn back as the abilities of the group demanded was evident throughout, yet those who wished to push on were always able to do so. As the group included mostly “mature” clients, this was very appreciated. Later while the group took a short walk to a lovely waterfall, Jeff put out the tablecloth, cloth napkins, metal flatware and food which would be lunch. Following lunch was a drive to a walk in a temperate rainforest where Jeff’s knowledge and ability to spot wildlife was again outstanding. The five rainbows which we saw made the drizzly weather worthwhile. The day was totally enjoyable however for the price I did expect the group to be much smaller than the nine clients who were on the tour.
PREFACE: We have always had good luck with Viator, and looked into options while we were in Seattle /Tacoma for a family member's wedding. This tour, like so many Viator activities, provides pick ups from different hotels. The formal tour starts in Seattle, but we started in Port Angeles, just outside the Olympic National Park (ONP) entrance ... closer to our wedding hotel. As expected, The Wife and I had hotel door-to-door service, but much of the tour occurred before and after we joined.
OUR TOUR: Preston was a fabulous, knowledgeable guide who answered all our group's questions on flora, fauna, and history. The wet (In Seattle? Who knew??) weather caused some improvising to scheduled activities, but I think all of us were pleased with our experiences under the uber-damp circumstances. We entered and exited ONP a couple of times to visit different areas, culminating with a scenic, informative hike to a beautiful waterfall. (As it turned out, I should have stayed with my wife in the lodge in front of the fireplace. My 70 year old bones slowed down the other hikers and the almost 2 mile trek took much longer than it should have. But then I would have missed so much of Preston's knowledge sharing.) After post-hike refreshments in the lodge, we left ONP and were returned to our hotel. The rest of the group then had a ferry ride back to their Seattle accommodations! Bet that was fun.
This was a superb tour - both for what we saw and what we learned. Jenn is an excellent guide. We saw the mountain tops from Hurricane Ridge, river and waterfall at the Elwha River, and the forest at Crescent Lake. Small and cordial group. I liked what I saw of your company's ecological values. Reusable water bottles and no single-use paper or plastic. Fantastic lunch and good snacks. Grandmother/granddaughter visit.
Group of 9 went to Hurricane Ridge, a walk through the temperate rain forest, served us snack and a great lunch including wine. The tour guide Kris did an incredible job of narrating the tour and teaching us lots. She also was extremely knowledgeable and answered all our questions. Great trip all round. I highly recommend it.
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