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Outdoor Rock Climbing Beginner or Intermediate at Mt Erie

Outdoor Rock Climbing Beginner or Intermediate at Mt Erie - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 3 to 8 hrs
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$175.00

Never gone rock climbing outdoors or indoors, then this is for you! Learn the basics and after this adventurous course, you will be able to pass any gym’s belayer test. Mankind's underdeveloped climbing skills and inability to digest tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats ... More info ›

Never gone rock climbing outdoors or indoors, then this is for you! Learn the basics and after this adventurous course, you will be able to pass any gym’s belayer test. Mankind's underdeveloped climbing skills and inability to digest tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats. Level the playing field, learn climbing basics, such as rope skills and belaying, during an introductory climbing course. Washington's terrain makes the state a climber's paradise and the perfect place for a rock climbing hobby and there is no better time to start than the present.

We have three locations in Washington State for you to choose from, Mt. Erie in Anacortes, Little Si or Mt. Washington near Seattle, or the crags near Bellingham.

There is something here for everyone, routes can be as easy as climbing a playground or for those who want to push their limits we have something in mind for you too.

Duration: 8 hours

Ages: 7+ , minors require consent form

Prerequisites: No experience necessary

Skills you will learn: Checking equipment including rope, harness and shoes, knots, safety procedures, rappelling, Top-rope belay technique with multiple belay devices, catching your falling partner, practicing taking falls yourself safely and correctly, rock climbing communication, basic rock climbing technique and body position, lowering climbers and coiling rope. By the end of this course you will be able to pass any indoor gyms belay test.

Included: Professional rock climbing guide/instructor, all equipment and certificate upon completion.

Not Included:  Snacks, drinks and appropriate clothes. General athletic clothes will do!

Equipment: All climbing equipment will be provided for you.

Location: Mt. Erie in Anacortes, Little Si or Mt. Washington near North Bend Washington

Transportation: Transportation not included

Time:
Start time is 9am, however

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Outdoor Trivia Race in Seattle

Outdoor Trivia Race in Seattle - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$20.00

Seattle is being ravaged by a massive outbreak of the "playgue" and only you and your friends can stop it. In this mad dash through Seattle's International District, your team will compete to save as many lives as possible by locating interesting sites, answering bizarre trivia questions, and navigating the most strategic route possible.

MetroDemic is a game that can be played at any time in Seattle.

Our (virtual) bumbling scientists are standing by with a map of outbreaks that are ravaging Seattle’s International District ... More info ›

Seattle is being ravaged by a massive outbreak of the "playgue" and only you and your friends can stop it. In this mad dash through Seattle's International District, your team will compete to save as many lives as possible by locating interesting sites, answering bizarre trivia questions, and navigating the most strategic route possible.

MetroDemic is a game that can be played at any time in Seattle.

Our (virtual) bumbling scientists are standing by with a map of outbreaks that are ravaging Seattle’s International District. With that map loaded to your smartphone, your team will hustle on foot to a variety of outbreak sites within a 3-block radius of Hing Hay Park in Seattle.

At each outbreak site, your team will have to dig deep into your memories (or the search engine on your smartphone) to answer bizarre challenge questions on topics like blood rain, cannibalistic tendencies, medieval medicine, long tongues, animals that are faster than you, booty calls, secret societies, backfiring toilets, and mustache identification.

Get a question right and you save lives. Get it wrong… and people die. Pay attention as the story unfolds and the epidemic takes on a life of its own.

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Zipline Canopy Tour with Transportation from Seattle

Zipline Canopy Tour with Transportation from Seattle - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$133.70

Let us take care of your transport from Seattle hotels with this inclusive zipline tour. Located on historic Kristoferson Farm on Camano Island, our canopy tour is a forest experience like nothing else! Walking between the zips, you will learn about the fascinating nature, wildlife and the rich history of the land ... More info ›

Let us take care of your transport from Seattle hotels with this inclusive zipline tour. Located on historic Kristoferson Farm on Camano Island, our canopy tour is a forest experience like nothing else! Walking between the zips, you will learn about the fascinating nature, wildlife and the rich history of the land. Then you will see an exhilarating new view as you zip between the trees! Enjoy an unforgettable time as your guides (certified to ACCT standards and first aid/CPR trained) take care of clip-ins and all the other details.

We pickup guests in Seattle in our cool green shuttle bus around 9:00am from 3 centrally located hotels: Renaissance Seattle Hotel, Grand Hyatt, and The Westin Seattle.  After about an hour or so ride, guests arrive at our location on historic Kristoferson Farm on Camano Island.

Our friendly office staff and zipline guides greet guests, provide waivers for signature, and get everyone geared up.  A short trip in the Unimog to the start of the course and the canopy tour is underway featuring 6 ziplines, 2 trail walks, a suspension bridge and a final descent.

A short walk from the finish of the course back to the barn is followed by de-gearing and checking out photos taken on the course by our automatic photo system.  Photos as well as Kristoferson Farm and locally-crafted products are available in our shop for purchase.

Hungry from an exhilarating zipline tour, guests can enjoy lunch in our picnic area.  Boxed lunches may be ordered ahead and guests are welcome to bring their own too.

By about 2:00pm, it's time to load up the cool green bus and deliver guests back to Seattle stopping at Renaissance Seattle Hotel, Grand Hyatt, and The Westin Seattle by about 3:30pm, traffic permitting.

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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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7-Day Small Group Tour: Canadian Rockies and National Parks

7-Day Small Group Tour: Canadian Rockies and National Parks - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 7 days
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$1294.99

Set out on a 7-day tour of the Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks departing from Seattle. Take an optional canoe trip on Lake Louise, explore Banff, Jasper and Yoho National Parks and get a glimpse of Mt Robson ... More info ›

Set out on a 7-day tour of the Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks departing from Seattle. Take an optional canoe trip on Lake Louise, explore Banff, Jasper and Yoho National Parks and get a glimpse of Mt Robson. Visit Whistler, Vancouver and Clearwater on this tour through Western Canada’s awe-inspiring scenery. You'll marvel at the stunning scenery, including alpine lakes, waterfalls, giant glaciers and jagged Rocky Mountain’s towering above you at every turn. This small-group tour, no more than 14 passengers, offers fantastic wildlife spotting opportunities and includes the option of camping or lodging accommodations and optional tour excursions.

Set out on a 7-day, 6-night adventure through Western Canada from Seattle. For a detailed account of each day, see Itinerary below for details.

Included are National Park fees and choice of camping or lodging accommodations (option selected at the time of booking). You will be required to pay a supplement charge to cover meals while on tour, payable on the first day of the tour:

  • Camping: USD $100 covers six (6) light breakfasts, seven (7) picnic-style lunches and six (6) communal dinners
  • Lodging: USD $50 covers seven (7) picnic-style lunches

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