Washington Coast to Cascades
Mt. Rainier, Mount St Helens, Olympic National Park
A one week national parks adventure offered July and August. Features hiking, camping, swimming, rafting, wildlife, tide pooling.
This trip is good for all physical levels/abilities.
Confirm all dates with Adventure Bus before booking any flights or pre-trip accommodations.
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Arrival & Departure
Departs and returns to Seattle, WA. Our departure hotel is the Super 8 Seatac, 3100 S 192nd Street, Seattle, WA 98188. Phone: 206-433-8188
This tour features our unique Adventure Bus sleeper coach. Call Adventure Bus for tips on getting the best airfare and accommodations before and after your trip! 1-888-737-5263 or try Orbitz.com.
This tour features tent camping and bus bunking. We'll provide the tents and sleeping pads. You'll need to rent or bring a sleeping bag.
After you make a reservation, a confirmation packet will be sent to you with more detailed information. Check out our FAQs.
Our meals are geared to provide you with the fuel you need to get through your active days, and yet still extremely tasty. We can accommodate all dietary needs. Click here for sample recipes.
Hikes & Difficulty
The hikes featured on this tour vary in length, technicality, and difficulty. There is something for everyone.
What to Expect
After you make a reservation, a confirmation packet will be sent to you with more detailed information. Below you will find the basics. Check out our FAQs.
Price per person:
Returning guests: $995
$300 deposit required
Trip price will include all park entrance fees, camping fees, and 70% of the meals.
We start this fantastic trip by picking up you and your fellow Adventurers in Seattle at 2PM. We'll prep you for your adventure and then enjoy a comfortable journey to our first destination....
May 18, 1980 is a day the people of Washington will always remember. Mt St Helens itself is awe inspiring, but viewing its path of destruction and the footage from that fateful day reminds us all of Mother Nature's powerful forces. The eruption removed nearly 2000 ft off the peak, produced massive mudslides that destroyed thousands of acres of wilderness and even created two new lakes. Yet life on the mountain survived despite the violent event.
IRising 14,411 feet, Mt Rainier is an unforgettable sight whether you view it from the coastline jutting out of the lowlands, or up close from the many alpine meadows which surround the massive lone peak. Wildflowers and wildlife are abundant in this park, as well as beautiful hiking trails. There is a reason they call one of the main sections of the park Paradise!
We'll start our exploration of Olympic National Park by tide pooling among the sea stacks of Ruby Beach! In the afternoon, we'll hike through the primeval Hoh Rain Forest before once again heading back to the coastline to camp right on the beach in La Push!
More tide pooling and beach exploration as we hike to Hole in the wall at Rialto Beach. In the afternoon hike to Marymere Falls or dip your toes in the pristine waters of Crescent Lake. Once again, the sounds of the ocean will lull us to sleep as we camp by the sea!
You'll feel like you are on top of the world as you hike the many trails on Hurricane Ridge. You are sure to see deer and mountain goats as you explore the ridge, and maybe even a bear or two! Enjoy meadows filled with wild flowers and stunning views of the Straits of Juan du Fuco.
We'll roll back into Seattle (Seatac) between 10-12noon, exchange emails so we can share photos, and say our goodbyes to all of our new friends!
"Don't cry because it's over... Smile because it happened." Dr Seuss