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    Wenatchee River Trip (Half-Day)

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    Has your cup of excitement run dry? Why not fill it with some whitewater! Begin your adventure at Cashmere's Riverside Park, where your knowledgeable guide will outfit you with everything, from water-booties to a wetsuit. After a brief safety demonstration, put in at Dryden Dam and get ready for three hours of nonstop fun. You'll enjoy the beautiful landscapes as they slip by and struggle with intense whitewater rapids during your float. Hit the Rodeo Hole and watch the kayakers show off on this intense bit of whitewater. Dry clothes will be waiting for you at the end of the trip. Whew! Your thirst is quenched and your cup runneth over!
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    Wenatchee River Trip (Half-Day)

    399 Riverside Dr, Cashmere

    • Ride down the Wenatchee River on one of the top 10 river rafting trips in the country
    • Take a 3-hour adventure through roaring Class III and IV rapids
    • Visit the Leavenworth, a recreated Bavarian village, once you finish your paddle
    • Enjoy the fantastic combination of hot weather and great water that makes this trip perfect for beginners and experts alike
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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.
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    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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    Olympic National Park Walk/Snowshoe Tour

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    Olympic National Park is a UNESCO World-Heritage Site distinguished for its ecological diversity and expansive wilderness. This naturalist-guided tour takes you across Puget Sound to the northeast part of the Olympic Peninsula, where you'll explore the moss-draped forests, azure lakes, and striking mountains that define the region. Visit Hurricane Ridge to watch deer graze in the meadows, listen to the distinct shrill of a marmot, smell the pungent perfume of a summer wildflower, or feel the snow crunch beneath your feet on a winter snowshoe. Then continue west to the glacially-carved Lake Crescent, where you'll delve into the fern-filled forests that line its shores, venturing to Marymere Falls if time allows. Throughout the day your guide will chronicle how Olympic's isolation and protection has produced these distinct ecosystems. On days when weather closes access to Hurricane Ridge we may visit the sandy coastline of the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge or spend more time among the forests and waterfalls of the Elwha Valley.
    Olympic National Park Walk/Snowshoe Tour

    400 Pike St, Seattle

    • Explore Olympic National Park during a full-day guided expedition with an experienced naturalist
    • Make potential stops at Lake Crescent, Marymere Falls, Finnriver Cidery and the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge
    • Enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks to keep you fueled and having fun
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    Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle Winery Tour

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    Coasting over both floating bridges on Lake Washington, you'll take a picturesque ride past the University of Washington, through quaint rural farm lands, lush forests, and charming east side towns. Cap off the day with a visit to an authentic Swiss chocolate factory!
    • Enjoy a picnic lunch (available to purchase - please notify your guide at the beginning of the tour)
    • Visit the divine Boehm's Swiss Chocolate Factory
    • Ride past the beautiful Snoqualmie flower farms and horse ranches
    • Stop at Snoqualmie Falls for an excellent photograph opportunity
    Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle Winery Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Discover Seattle's wine country on this tour to breathtaking Snoqualmie Falls
    • Visit lush horse ranches, flower farms, and popular Hollywood production locations
    • Enjoy wine tastings from several boutique wineries, as well as Columbia Winery
    • Ride over both floating bridges on Lake Washington on your way past the University of Washington
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    Olympic National Park Tour

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    Hop in the luxury Mercedes vehicle and head out to Olympic National Park on this full-day, small-group tour from Seattle. Olympic National Park, located on the Olympic Peninsula, is a microcosm of Northwest ecosystems, where you will find remote beaches fringing the country's oldest forests and one of the state's most dramatic mountain ranges. The options for adventures are endless, as the Olympic Peninsula harbors some of the greatest true wilderness left in the contiguous United States, including a lush temperate rainforest. Sixteen species of plants and animals evolved here and nowhere else.

    Your tour begins with hotel pickup and a delicious light breakfast including pastries and hot beverages. The drive to Olympic National Park will have plenty of photo stops and you will see a waterfall or two, as well as stop to take a few short interpretive nature walks. Your naturalist guide will lead you out onto the sand spit to an old lighthouse, spotting for birds along the way. In spring and fall, thousands of waterfowl and shorebirds descend on the shallow waters protected by the spit.

    Next, you will climb up to Hurricane Ridge, a mountain citadel that puts you at the edge of the park's exceptionally jagged peaks. Olympic marmots and black-tailed deer often show up, and black bears are fairly common. From the meadows at the summit, take in a superb 360-degree view that embraces the surrounding mountains, the strait and the San Juan Islands. During the winter when snow is on the ground, typically mid-October through mid-March, you will strap on snowshoes for this guided nature trek.

    At midday, dine on a gourmet picnic of fresh local ingredients and local wines. Select snacks and drinks will be provided throughout the tour. For menu information, please refer to the Itinerary section.
    Olympic National Park Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Visit Olympic National Park on this all-day guided tour
    • Explore several short nature walks and a climb up to Hurricane Ridge
    • Enjoy the 360-degree view that embraces the surrounding mountains, the strait and the San Juan Islands
    • Witness the many marmots, black-tailed deer, and black bears that are known to frequent this area
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    Mount Rainier National Park Day Tour

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    Not enough fire in your life? Visit the 14,411-foot active volcano known as Mount Rainier, and give yourself a healthy dose of explosive fun. You'll be transported out of Seattle by luxury coach, south to Mount Rainier National Park. Enjoy a drive up along winding roads to the Paradise Jackson Visitor Center, sitting at an elevation 5,400 feet. Once there, you'll be able to take in stunning views of the foothills below ... and the volcano towering above. On a clear day, you'll even be able to spot the glacial system radiating out from near the top of Rainier's summit. You'll continue to tour the park by bus, taking in mountain lakes and rivers, waterfalls, abundant wildlife, pristine evergreen forests, and stunning alpine vistas. You'll have plenty of time to stretch your legs and explore by foot during numerous stops, including visits to Narada Falls, Christine Falls, and Reflections Lake.
    Mount Rainier National Park Day Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Get out of Seattle for a day trip to one of the nation's oldest and most spectacular national parks
    • Absorb the majesty of Mount Rainier up close from a variety of high elevation vantage points
    • Explore tranquil mountain lakes, thundering waterfalls, and pristine forests
    • Ignite your sense of adventure and imagination alongside one of nature's most powerful forces
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    Winery and Waterfall Tour

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    Add a splash of color to your perspective. Like purple and green with a little brown for good measure. This wine and nature tour will take you into the heart of one of the nation's most esteemed wine countries, and then into the Cascade foothills, for waterfalls and chocolate. You'll be bussed out of Seattle to Woodinville, home to many of the hundreds of wineries now found in Washington. There, you'll visit the award winning Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, and the Columbia Winery, for a behind-the-scenes look at the estate-winery industry. Of course, you'll also enjoy the opportunity to participate in tastings of some of the best offerings. Afterwards, you may wish to partake in a gourmet lunch - the option is yours - prior to enjoying a leisurely trip through the scenic Cascade foothills to Issaquah. There, you'll revel in the thundering Snoqualmie Falls, a spectacular 268 foot waterfall long revered by the Native American people. Afterwards, you'll stop by Boehm's Chocolates for samples of artisanal chocolate treats. Pretty sweet, right?
    Winery and Waterfall Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Tour two award-winning Woodinville wineries for an inside look at winemaking business
    • Visit the famed Snoqualmie Falls and Boehm's Chocolates in the lush Cascade foothills
    • Enhance your experience with optional wine tastings and a gourmet lunch
    • Delight your senses of taste, smell, sight, and sound during a relaxing country jaunt
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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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    Private Mt Rainier Tour

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    After pickup from your Seattle hotel in the morning, your private guide will drive you toward Mt Rainier's iconic snow'capped peak. Rising abruptly from the surrounding land, this dormant volcano is the highest point in the Cascade Range and is easily visible from Seattle. Take an approximate 2'hour drive southeast to Mt Rainier National Park, the fifth'oldest national park in the US, established in 1899. Enter through the Nisqually park entrance and continue up the winding road to the new Paradise Jackson Visitor Center, situated at an elevation of 5,400 feet (1,646 meters). After learning some history about Mt Rainier, your guide will take you on a scenic drive through the park. Driving routes may vary based on the weather, season and road conditions, but your guide will make any necessary changes to enhance your tour experience. You'll be delighted by endless views of old'growth evergreen forests, flower meadows, sprawling alpine vistas and snaking rivers. Visit Narada Falls, Reflection Lake and Lake Louise, point out wildlife with the help of your guide, and spot glaciers radiating from the summit of Mt Rainier. During your frequent stops, take time to walk around, savor your surroundings and take photos of the incredible scenery. You'll also visit the Longmire Visitor Center and Museum to learn more about the park's history, glaciers, geology, ecology and wildlife. You're welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the picnic area, or purchase food at the concession stand. There's also a gift shop for you to peruse. At the end of your private Mt Rainier tour, relax on the drive back to Seattle.
    Private Mt Rainier Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Enjoy a scenic drive through beautiful Mt. Rainier National Park
    • Visit Narada Falls, Reflection Lake and Lake Louise
    • Explore the beautiful evergreen forests, flower meadows, sprawling alpine vistas and snaking rivers
    • Learn about the park's history, glaciers, geology, ecology and wildlife on a stop to Longmire Visitor Center and Museum
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    Mt. Saint Helens - Cave & Lava Tube Tour

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    This Mount St. Helens tour is totally tubular. Well, not totally. But there's definitely a tube. During this guided tour around the base of the infamous volcano, you'll get a fascinating look at the residual aftermath remaining years after its catastrophic 1980 eruption. With a topsoil that is just now rejuvenating following Earth-scorching lava flows, you'll be able to check out both buried growth and newly formed vegetation. In doing so, you'll walk a quarter mile along the flat boardwalk known as the "Trail of Two Forests." And, for those not afraid of the dark, you'll have the opportunity to explore the inside of a now partially collapsed lava tube that descends deep into the earth. So, partially tubular.
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    Mt. Saint Helens - Cave & Lava Tube Tour

    First Hill, Seattle

    • Explore the aftermath of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens during a guided tour
    • Learn about the catastrophic eruption and its environmental impact firstand
    • Walk the "Trail of Two Forests"and venture inside an underground lava tube
    • Enjoy a scenic expedition that will be both informative and great physical exercise
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