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    Discovery Point Kayak & Hiking Tour

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    What's better than an adventure-packed morning? Scratch that. What's a better way to end an adventure-packed morning than with gourmet lunch at the beach? Absolutely nothing! Whether you've been a kayak enthusiast since you couldn't support your own head or you're just looking to enjoy the salty breeze, this tour has spectacular scenes in store for you. Paddle from Shilshole Bay to Discovery Point on a water route used by Seattle's earliest inhabitants (and then cross this off your bucket list, of course). Bask in the extraordinary sight of 1,500 pound Steller sea lions hoisting themselves onto Ballard's famous "Hamburger buoy." Then, enjoy a rewarding hike to Discovery Bluff, where you'll soak in one of Seattle's most magnificent vantages of the Olympic Mountains. To end your journey, relish a well-deserved feast at the massive driftwood-strewn beach.
    Discovery Point Kayak & Hiking Tour

    7901 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle

    • Enjoy scenic adventures while kayaking along an ancient route and hiking to Discovery Bluff
    • Be in awe of sea lions jumping out of the water and a breathtaking view of the Olympic Mountains
    • Feast on a complimentary gourmet lunch at the beach
    • Share one-of-a-kind moments with your family and friends
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    17 positive reviews
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    Mt. St. Helens National Monument Tour

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    Looking for an explosive outdoor experience? This full day escape will give you some boom for you buck! You'll find yourself immersed in the lingering aftermath of the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. There, new growth has begun to take hold thanks in part to ongoing reforestation projects. Your guide, trained in naturalist storytelling, will offer insights into both those efforts, and the local wildlife that calls this recently devastated environment home. Highlights include the Johnston Ridge Observatory, Eruption Trail, and Hummocks Trail. You'll even journey within a few miles of the crater, getting close enough to view the steam rising above it. Volcanos are so hot right now.
    Mt. St. Helens National Monument Tour

    400 Pike St, Seattle

    • Explore the devastation left behind the eruption of Mt. St. Helens during a full day tour
    • Visit the Johnston Ridge Observatory and Eruption Trail
    • Learn about the ongoing efforts to revitalize the environment and wildlife populations
    • Enjoy the perspective of an expert guide in local ecosystem and history
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    25 positive reviews
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    Rock Rescue Course

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    Up for some rock-climbing wisdom? Don't be a stranger to danger: Develop the mentality and skill set to handle adventures gone awry with a Rock Rescue Course! Build your cool under the guidance of experienced rock climbers. Learn how to handle common emergency situations, including injury. Skills covered include knots for rescue, belaying, hauling, lowering, and essential rescue gear. This class is designed for both new and experienced climbers as a refresher course. It's everything you need to know for everything you hope doesn't happen on the rocks.
    Rock Rescue Course

    2960 4th Ave S, Seattle

    • Develop emergency handling skills during a rock-climbing rescue course
    • Learn about rope techniques and gear used in rescue maneuvers
    • Work under the guidance of experienced climbing professionals
    • Prepare yourself to handle common emergencies with confidence
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    8 positive reviews
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    Traditional Lead Climbing

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    Ready to take the lead in your rock climbing career? Designed for climbers with some experience under their belt, this class is the perfect way to pick up the basics of leading. Work under the guidance of an experienced staff in an outdoor setting. Cover terms, theory, gear and knot essentials, and safety. Learn to build and clean anchors, rappel, and consciously fall. This class is also a prerequisite for more advanced study leading to intermediate climbs ... For those looking to take their climbing to new heights.
    Traditional Lead Climbing

    2960 4th Ave S, Seattle

    • Learn to take the lead during an outdoor climbing class
    • Master basic elements in lead climbing theory and safety
    • Learn to build anchors, rappel, and tie knots
    • Enhance your climbing skills and prepare for more advanced climbs
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    8 positive reviews
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    Rock Climbing 101

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    Feel like exploring your knotty side? Designed to introduce new students to the fundamentals in an outdoor climbing environment, this class is the perfect way to take your recreational life to exciting new heights. Pick up basic belaying techniques and climbing movements under the guidance of an experienced staff of instructors. Cover anchor constructions and rope tying, in addition to converting gear and terminology. Once you learn the basics you'll be reaching for the stars, or rocks, in no time. So ... have we "peaked" your interest?
    Rock Climbing 101

    2960 4th Ave S, Seattle

    • Develop a foundation in rock climbing with a class for new students
    • Practice climbing movements and belaying in an outdoor training location
    • Learn terminology, gear essentials, and knot tying
    • Open doors to an exciting outdoor sport that promises adventure and challenge
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    8 positive reviews
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    Mt. Rainier Walk/Snowshoe Tour

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    Up for some mountains of fun? Explore the majestic Mt. Rainier during this full day of interpretative nature walk! An active volcano and the Cascade Mountain's tallest peak, Rainier is a Washington icon that draws thousands of visitors every year. During this outing, you'll take in its dramatic landscape alongside an experienced local guide, embarking on a safe yet eye-opening hike. Find yourself immersed in a landscape of still mountain lakes, river valleys, and even waterfalls. Learn about both new and old growth trees as you walk amongst them. And, check out the massive glaciers that still stretch across Mt. Rainier today! Each hike is led by an Escape Artist Guide skilled in naturalist interpretation. As you walk and learn about the environment, you'll also learn about its native wildlife, using binoculars to search for marmots, coyotes, elk, foxes, black bears, and birds from afar. Included in this experience is a short snowshoe (or foot) trip along the Nisqually Vista or similar trail chosen from the hundreds of miles of park trails available. You'll even enjoy some complimentary fuel for the trip, with morning tea and pastries, Cascadian Safari Cuisine and local wine at midday, and afternoon snacks and refreshments! Does that peak your interest?
    Mt. Rainier Walk/Snowshoe Tour

    400 Pike St, Seattle

    • Explore Mt. Rainier during a full-day guided expedition with a possible snowshoe hike
    • Check out waterfalls, river valleys, glaciers, and massive old growth forests
    • Spot and learn about native wildlife from an experienced naturalist
    • Enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks to keep you fueled and having fun
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    25 positive reviews

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