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Mt. Rainier Day Trip

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Seattle, Washington, United States

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $100 USD per person
  • Duration

    10-12 hours

  • Avg Distance

    200 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Tours operate Friday to Monday from May to October, and weekends only from November to April. Departure time 8am

  • Starting Location

    SeaTac Airport Hotels and Seattle Downtown Hotels

  • Price Includes

    Tour guide, hotel pick up and drop off, park fees

  • Notes

    Dress in layers. During the winter wear a sturdy pair of hiking shoes or boots. During the summer wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes. Bring a lunch or plan to buy lunch along the way. Tour route and stops are subject to park restrictions.

Highlights

  • Experience wildlife at its finest at Mt. Rainier
  • Visit the Paradise Jackson Visitor Center
  • Enjoy ample photo opportunities of scenic waterfalls
  • See a variety of animal species
  • Snowshoeing

Trip Info

Enjoy a full day tour of the beautiful wonderland that is Mount Rainier National Park. Heading south from Seattle, we’ll enter through the Nisqually Park entrance and continue up the scenic, winding road to the new Paradise Jackson Visitor Center at an elevation of 5,400 feet.

Mt. Rainier will delight you with its vast expanses of old-growth evergreen forests, sub-alpine flower meadows and spectacular alpine vistas. Our nation’s fifth-oldest national park features magnificent rivers, mountain lakes, waterfalls and wildlife, and boasts the greatest single-peak glacial system in the United States. Glaciers radiate from the summit of the 14,411-foot inactive volcano, many of which are visible from your tour.

 

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