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Sunset Canopy Climb at Deception Pass State Park

Sunset Canopy Climb at Deception Pass State Park - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

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$165.00

This is regular canopy climbing mixed with amazing and more twists. We start later in the day and climb to the very top of the canopy to watch the sun set over the surrounding mountains ... More info ›

This is regular canopy climbing mixed with amazing and more twists. We start later in the day and climb to the very top of the canopy to watch the sun set over the surrounding mountains. The color and perspective you get from this sunset will be like nothing you have ever experienced before. At the end of the climb and after the group decides to head down it will probably be pitch black and the stars will be coming out. When we head down we will be rappelling 200 ft down with only the moon light coming through the forest or head lamps for extra security.

This is canopy climbing with added color and more flare. Depending on how far in the season we are, we will start the sunset climbing adventure at either 6pm, 5:15pm, 4:30pm or 3:45pm. We finish by watching the sunset while at the very top of the canopy. At the end of the sunset everything is pitch black and we are down climbing with head lamps in the dark.

This night time canopy climb is a tad bit more adventurous than canopy climbing in the day and requires a little more gear. However, watching the sun fall over the Olympic Mountains and enjoying the sunset from the top of the canopy is rare and an extremely unique experience. On a good day, the sunsets from the canopy view are absolutely stunning.

Because we will be climbing at night bringing extra layers of clothes is highly recommended and bringing snacks and drinks is also advised. As this is Washington State and overcast is a possibility, we cannot always guarantee a spectacular sunset, but we can guarantee a crazy adventure.

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Canopy Tree Climbing at Deception Pass State Park

Canopy Tree Climbing at Deception Pass State Park - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

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$149.00

This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but now you can. In small-groups between 2-10 people climb on multiple trees, between 150 and +250 feet high ... More info ›

This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but now you can. In small-groups between 2-10 people climb on multiple trees, between 150 and +250 feet high. See the unique perception and feel what it's like to be a bird or a monkey as you climb/swing through the open air and catch branches, harnessed by top rope. Climb your way up some of the tallest trees in the world to amazing views while learning and connected to nature like you have never done before, beyond the trail.

Don’t deprive yourself of this amazing and unique experience. This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but you can.

This is a half day experience located at Deception Pass State Park. We climb on multiple trees, between 150 and +250 feet high. Depending on the group and the climbers' ability, you will ascend one or two trees.

Canopy climbing can be physically and mentally challenging for some. We suggest all participants bring snacks and water, besides, eating in trees is fun. Also wear athletic clothes and athletic shoes. All other equipment will be provided.

The canopy tree climbing experience is a progression. You will start first by receiving all of your equipment, followed by safety talks, learning about the equipment, learn how to use the equipment to climb and then start climbing! We keep it simple and easy to make sure you are having fun, learning and especially safe. Reservations Required.

  • 2-4 hour experience
  • No experience necessary
  • Must be 7 years of older
  • All safety equipment is provided
  • Located at Deception Pass State Park
  • People who are overweight or obese might experience difficulty climbing

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Small-Group Sightseeing and Hiking at Mt Rainier from Seattle

Small-Group Sightseeing and Hiking at Mt Rainier from Seattle - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$149.00

Experience and appreciate the unique beauty of Mount Rainier National Park with a full-day small-group exploration. Get active and spend the day on gentle hikes (or snowshoeing), discovering the history and ecology of the park with your guide ... More info ›

Experience and appreciate the unique beauty of Mount Rainier National Park with a full-day small-group exploration. Get active and spend the day on gentle hikes (or snowshoeing), discovering the history and ecology of the park with your guide. Learn about forces that have created Mt Rainier and the  volcanos up and down the Cascade Mountains over the past 40 million years. Hear why Mount Rainier is listed by the United Nations as one of the most dangerous volcanos. Starting at sea-level, travel through ancient forests, gaining elevation through sub-alpine and alpine meadows, eventually climbing up near the tree-line. You'll make numerous stops with your guide to experience the stunning vistas and different ecosystems within the park. Tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off from downtown Seattle, entrance fees, and all necessary equipment. Small-group tour is limited to a maximum of 13 people.



Pickups begin between 7:30 am - 8 am from your downtown Seattle hotel, as confirmed by you supplier. After pickup, head south to the mountain, arriving at approximately 10am. Take part in a variety of hiking and snow shoeing activities to experience and enjoy the park. Take a journey from sea level up to the treeline. Learn about fragile sub-alpine and alpine ecosystems supported on Mount Rainier’s slopes, look out for wildlife such as marmots, pikas, elk, black-tailer deer, and even possibly a black bear.

Trip may visit the following:

  • The glorious meadows at Paradise, with stunning panoramic views, and the visitor center. Take a short hike or snowshoe to appreciate the beauty of the mountain. In high summer, this area is famous for the ethereal beauty of blooming wildflower meadows. Following the hike, stop at the visitors center for lunch (own expense). The stop at Paradise last for around two hours including lunch and half an hour to look around. 
  • The modern, educational visitor's center at Paradise with exhibits that will allow you to learn about the mountain environment, the harsh conditions and hazards on the mountain. (Approximately 15-30 minutes)
  • Reflection Lakes – glimpse the reflection of the mountain in these beautiful alpine lakes (15- to 20-minute stop)
  • Inspiration point – spectacular views of Mount Rainier and the Tatoosh Range
  • Narada Falls – this waterfall is a short walk off the highway and offers great sightseeing and photo opportunities (30-minute stop)
  • The Nisqually River basin – this glacier fed river has been the site of multiple floods last century, frequently destroying bridges over the river. Learn about these destructive floods on a short hike (15-minute stop)
  • Stevens Canyon Road – this spectacular mountain pass is open in summer and provides panoramic views of Stevens Canyon and Creek (45-60 minutes including stops)
  • Grove of the Patriarchs -- here learn about the lowland forests and hike to discover a grove of trees up to 1,000 years old and 300ft high (45-60 minutes)

Return to Seattle around 6:30pm approximately.

Please note: in winter, when Steven's Canyon road and Reflection lakes is inaccessible, more time will be spent in the Longmire area and Nisqually river basin.

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