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Day Trip to Leavenworth via the Cascade Mountains from Seattle

Day Trip to Leavenworth via the Cascade Mountains from Seattle - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$269.75

On this memorable day trip through the Cascade Mountains, you will see beautiful mountain landscapes, waterfalls, and travel along white-water rivers. This is a mountain loop tour, traveling over 3 mountain passes: Stevens Pass, Blewett Pass and Snoqualmie Pass ... More info ›

On this memorable day trip through the Cascade Mountains, you will see beautiful mountain landscapes, waterfalls, and travel along white-water rivers. This is a mountain loop tour, traveling over 3 mountain passes: Stevens Pass, Blewett Pass and Snoqualmie Pass. See Bridal Veil Falls, where Big Foot has been spotted! plus Deception Falls, and Snoqualmie Falls.

Leavenworth is fantastic, a Bavarian Alpine Village with character of its own. A beautiful small town, you'll have time to shop the many small businesses and eat a delicious meal in one of the many restaurants. From Bavarian food to Mexican, there are many choices.

Tour group will be between 2-5, and you'll travel in our comfortable SUV.
From your hotel, B&B, Airport or Pier,  you'll head East on your tour, past animal and agricultural farms and through old mining towns on your way through the Cascade Mountains.

First, you’ll see Snoqualmie Falls, about 45 minutes outside Seattle. The Falls are 268 feet tall and regardless on the time of year you'll see a beautiful. There’s a gift shop if you wish to explore local items. Then you’ll travel over Snoqualmie Pass and Blewett Pass to Leavenworth. As needed you can stop to stretch your legs on this 2 hour drive, to stretch or grab a snack or coffee.

Next stop is lunch in Leavenworth (own expense), a Bavarian wonderland of its own, with time to explore the river walk and the town. There are many many restaurants to choose from, some with Schnitzel, some with Bratwurst, or go with Italian, Mongolian Grill, or Mexican.

The town will entrance you; so like Bavaria (Germany/Switzerland).

Tumwater canyon is beautiful as you continue along the Wenatchee river after lunch, with many whitewater sections and an historic dam. Stevens Pass has a ski resort which has no snow in summer, and if you’re a hiker, you should know the Pacific Crest Trail crosses here.

Learn history of the natives and the settlers as the railroad was brought west. You'll see the Skykomish River and 2 very different waterfalls, Bridal Veil  across the valley, and Deception Falls, where you'll have a chance to walk an easy trail to experience this amazing river and creek. Maybe see a Sasquatch at the Big Foot Coffee shop before returning to your hotel/airport location.

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Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market

Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$49.80

Eat your way through Seattle's most celebrated culinary landmark -- Pike Place Market. Go behind the scenes on a walking tour to experience some of the city's favorite market spots ... More info ›

Eat your way through Seattle's most celebrated culinary landmark -- Pike Place Market. Go behind the scenes on a walking tour to experience some of the city's favorite market spots. Taste locally made foods and beverages that will awaken your palate, meet and interact with the exceptional people that give the market life and hear their humble, often humorous stories.

By the end of the Pike Place Market Food and Cultural Walking Tour, you will not only have eaten an array of deliciously famous foods, but you will also have picked up a few buying tips, cooking ideas and handy market knowledge.

All participants will receive a Repeat Visitor card which entitles you 10% off the entire purchase/dining experience at all of the locations that you will have tastings at during the tour. It is valid for up to 1 week after the tour's completion and can be used as many times as you like, in as many places as you want during this time.

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Seattle Locks Cruise

Seattle Locks Cruise - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$46.79

Take in the spectacular views and experience the transition from salt to fresh water on a Locks Cruise! This fully narrated tour provides you with knowledge, fun facts and the chance to become the attraction to those on shore as your vessel raises up or lowers, due to the ever-changing tides of Puget Sound. Between Elliott Bay and Lake Union you’ll be surrounded by large fishing vessels, seaplanes, majestic city parks, and more.

Hop aboard the Locks Cruise and learn all about the complex Locks system that provides a link for boats between the salt water of Puget Sound and the fresh water of the Ship Canal, which connects to Lake Union. Watch as the Locks' water levels are adjusted to allow their safe passage, and spot the fish ladder, built to allow salmon to pass between the fresh water and salt water. You'll be treated with live onboard commentary and views of the stunning Seattle skyline, Lake Union, Puget Sound, the surrounding mountains, Elliot Bay and a parade of sailboats, motorboats, tugboats, barges and yachts passing through the Locks ... More info ›

Take in the spectacular views and experience the transition from salt to fresh water on a Locks Cruise! This fully narrated tour provides you with knowledge, fun facts and the chance to become the attraction to those on shore as your vessel raises up or lowers, due to the ever-changing tides of Puget Sound. Between Elliott Bay and Lake Union you’ll be surrounded by large fishing vessels, seaplanes, majestic city parks, and more.

Hop aboard the Locks Cruise and learn all about the complex Locks system that provides a link for boats between the salt water of Puget Sound and the fresh water of the Ship Canal, which connects to Lake Union. Watch as the Locks' water levels are adjusted to allow their safe passage, and spot the fish ladder, built to allow salmon to pass between the fresh water and salt water. You'll be treated with live onboard commentary and views of the stunning Seattle skyline, Lake Union, Puget Sound, the surrounding mountains, Elliot Bay and a parade of sailboats, motorboats, tugboats, barges and yachts passing through the Locks. You'll even cruise past the iconic floating houseboat community that was featured in the movie  Sleepless in Seattle, so take advantage of great photo opportunities here!

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Private Scenic Mountains and Waterfalls Day Tour

Private Scenic Mountains and Waterfalls Day Tour - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$269.75

The Pacific Northwest Cascade Mountains feature impressive scenery with mountains, waterfalls, forest, meadows, and white-water rivers. This memorable day trip from Seattle crosses over 3 mountain passes, with a waterfall stop on Snoqualmie Pass and a waterfall stop and trail walk on Stevens Pass ... More info ›

The Pacific Northwest Cascade Mountains feature impressive scenery with mountains, waterfalls, forest, meadows, and white-water rivers. This memorable day trip from Seattle crosses over 3 mountain passes, with a waterfall stop on Snoqualmie Pass and a waterfall stop and trail walk on Stevens Pass. If you love the trails, we will add in an additional trail walk and limit the time in Leavenworth. It's your tour, we'll do it YOUR way!

After pickup from your accommodation in Seattle in our company SUV, you'll almost immediately be in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.  Begin with Snoqualmie Falls, then make your way over to Leavenworth for lunch. This drive is beautiful with the evergreen trees of Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar and Madrona, and deciduous Big Leaf Maple along with Red Alder.

You'll travel past farms and old mining towns and learn the history of our local Native people and settlers as the railroad was brought west.

On Stevens Pass, you'll drive along the Wenatchee and Skykomish Rivers, and see two different waterfalls, Bridal Veil Falls and Deception Falls.  Keep an eye out for the legendary Sasquatch, aka Bigfoot, on the West side of Stevens Pass!

You'll also see Snoqualmie Falls, a 268' waterfall on the Snoqualmie River, and walk the Deception Falls trail. This trail is fantastic with the water roaring down the falls, then slowing in clear pools surrounded by rocks and trees.

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The Fremont District Tour

The Fremont District Tour - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 80 minutes
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$20.50

Welcome to Fremont, Center of the Universe. Fremont is Seattle's bohemian section of town just north of city center along the canal ... More info ›

Welcome to Fremont, Center of the Universe. Fremont is Seattle's bohemian section of town just north of city center along the canal. It has a world class collection of quirky public art. Have you ever fired a rocket or participated in an ART ATTACK? Would you like to meet a troll's cousin? These are just some of the things we do on our entertaining public art walk which is a distinctly Seattle experience. Our tour guides are a piece of art work in themselves. There is The Fremont Fairy Godmother, Jeffe, the Turkish Rap Singer and Rocket Man, Super Hero sort of to name a few. They each carry props and will playfully involve strangers in the street who have NO IDEA they are going to be a part of our story. This makes each tour fun and unique. Our mission is to "Encourage people to find their playfulness through art and history". Afterwards, you can visit the many local shops and restaurants along the canal or wander through the Fremont (European style) Sunday Market.

Our motto is Libertas Quirkas which in bad Latin means "the freedom to be peculiar". The Fremont district is Seattle's most playful neighborhood with a world class collection of quirky public art. Come see our collection on this tour, a street theater. Our program promotes public art with a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater. We are very interactive as we participate in an ART ATTACK, fire the 47' Fremont Rocket and meet the Fremont Troll's cousin. Our tour guides are a piece of art in themselves. There is The Fremont Fairy Godmother, Jeffe, the Turkish Rap Singer and Rocket Man, Super Hero sort of - to name a few. We carry props and will playfully involve strangers in the street who have no idea they are going to be a part of our story. This makes each tour different and quite entertaining. Our mission statement is to "Encourage people to find their playfulness through art and history." And this is what happens. COME PLAY!!

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Seattle Wine and Waterfall - Luxury Small Group Day Tour with Lunch

Seattle Wine and Waterfall - Luxury Small Group Day Tour with Lunch - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$199.00

Refine your palate at our region's renowned Woodinville wineries and experience geology in motion at Washington’s most dramatic waterfall on this small group day tour to Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle wineries. Washington is now the nation’s second largest wine-producing state, and Woodinville alone has over 130 wineries ... More info ›

Refine your palate at our region's renowned Woodinville wineries and experience geology in motion at Washington’s most dramatic waterfall on this small group day tour to Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle wineries. Washington is now the nation’s second largest wine-producing state, and Woodinville alone has over 130 wineries. Throughout the day, you'll enjoy meaningful commentary on the history, culture, and geology of the region from an expert local guide. The tour includes a gourmet lunch, wine tasting fees, and pick-up/drop-off at your Seattle hotel in our luxury Mercedes van.

Our Snoqualmie Falls and Woodinville winery tour starts with a scenic drive east from Seattle over Lake Washington. After weaving through the lush green foothills of the Cascade Mountains, we’ll arrive at Snoqualmie Falls. At 268 feet (82 meters), this powerful waterfall is truly magnificent to behold. An optional half-mile (0.8 km) nature walk allows an in-depth look at the nature of the area.

From the falls, we’ll drive to Woodinville through the scenic Snoqualmie Valley, dotted with farms, meadows, and forestland. We’ll enjoy lunch at one of our favorite restaurants serving gourmet locally sourced food.

After lunch, it’s time for wine-tasting! We’ve carefully curated three amazing wineries with the goal of providing a fun, educational, and unpretentious tasting experience. Washington wine has matured and grown over the years, and Woodinville is the perfect place to experience this new sophistication first-hand.

Hotel pick-up/drop-off, park admissions, winery tasting fees, and food and drink are all included. Guests must be 21 years or older with valid identification to participate in wine tasting. Please note that our guides optimize every tour based on the season, weather conditions, and guest interest, so exact itineraries are subject to change.

We look forward to seeing you!

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