Olympic National Park: All-Inclusive Small Group Day Trip from Seattle
Olympic National Park, 3002 Mt Angeles Rd, Port Ange...
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What you will experience
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💰 $263 per person
🗓️ Dates and times vary, please check our calendar
📍 Olympic National Park: 3002 Mt Angeles Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98362, Seattle
Your Ticket Includes:
- Pickup & drop-off from most downtown Seattle hotels
- Full transport in a comfortable high-ceiling Sprinter van
- Small group size (max. 10 persons)
- The ferry trip from Seattle to Bainbridge Island across Puget Sound
- Interpretive nature walks/snowshoe walks (winter) with a naturalist guide
- Waterfall hike
- Visit Hurricane Ridge & Lake Crescent
- Possibility to see deer, elk, marmots, mountain goats, black bears and more
- Light breakfast snack
- Family-style lunch
- Local coffee to press & tea
- Plenty of water & sparkling water all-day
- All equipment
- Park fees
About The Event:
Dust off your explorer hat and venture into the wild heart of the Pacific Northwest, with a guided tour of Olympic National Park. This rugged landscape of mossy rain forests, azure lakes, and towering mountains is home to an abundance of stunning wildlife and some of the most breathtaking scenery in North America.
Take a ferry across Puget Sound to the Olympic Peninsula (keeping an eye out for orcas on the way) and explore the vast majesty of this untamed wilderness.
Watch deer and elk graze in sweeping meadows at Hurricane Ridge, hear the choir of birdsong and squeaking marmots, then head west to the fern-lined glacial beauty of Lake Crescent. Depending on the time of year, you might even catch a glimpse of a black bear, or a jolly otter or two!
See the dramatic spectacle of Marymere Falls cascading down from 27 meters, and the magnificent Aurora Peak looming overhead. Your guide will be your own private David Attenborough, giving an extensive overview of the local ecosystem and its many furry and feathery inhabitants.
No excursion into the wild would be complete without proper supplies! Luckily fresh coffee and tea is prepared alongside lots of food, so you have all the fuel you need for more adventuring.
There’s a possibility to take a ferry across the waves of the Puget sound to the Olympic Peninsula to explore the Northern portion of the national park. Or you could journey to the Southern end of the park, stopping at an amazing wildlife refuge before exploring the national park and Washington’s coast
All sales are final, no refunds or exchanges.
What to consider
- The tour starts at 07:30, pick-up will be before that
- Show your smartphone ticket to the driver as you're picked up
- Keep a respectful distance when watching or photographing wildlife
- A light waterproof wind jacket is recommended