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Mt. St. Helens from Seattle: All-Inclusive Day Tour

by EverGreen Escapes
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4.8 of 5
Nonrefundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • Hike into the blast zone of the 1980 volcanic eruption

  • Take in panoramic views from Johnston Ridge Observatory.

  • Hotel pickups, lots of time outside, and a beautiful lunch.

  • Our trips are guaranteed to run unless weather is unsafe.

  • Best guides in the Northwest. 5-stars, 1100+ reviews.

Highlights

  • Hike into the blast zone of the 1980 volcanic eruption

  • Take in panoramic views from Johnston Ridge Observatory.

  • Hotel pickups, lots of time outside, and a beautiful lunch.

  • Our trips are guaranteed to run unless weather is unsafe.

  • Best guides in the Northwest. 5-stars, 1100+ reviews.

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Mt. St. Helens from Seattle: All-Inclusive Day Tour

Activity Location

Hotel Pickup

Seattle

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Downtown Seattle pickup at your hotel, AirBNB, or vacation rental. Let us know where you're staying!

    Seattle

  • SeaTac Airport Hotels Meeting Point: DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport

    18740 International Boulevard

    Seattle 98188

  • Tacoma Meeting Point: Best Western Plus Tacoma Dome

    2611 East E Street

    Tacoma 98421


Description

One of the most stunning landscapes on the planet—Mt. St. Helens is like nowhere you’ve been before. See the most powerful attraction in Washington–notorious for its catastrophic 1980 eruption. Take an up-close look at restored ecosystems and learn about the events of that fateful day.

Join the hardest-working guides in the Pacific Northwest on a day tour to remember! We’re a small, award-winning travel company that blends jaw-dropping natural wonders, outdoor adventure, first-rate customer service and local experiences into relaxing small-group tours that depart from Seattle, WA. Our guides and tours have been recognized by National Geographic Traveler, CNN, Huffington Post, USA Today 10 Best, Vogue and more.

This isn’t just another driving tour of a beautiful landscape—we prefer to keep travelers outside the vehicle for walks and exploration. You may stop at Lewis & Clark State Park to bask in the shadow of the old-growth forests that once covered the blast zone or at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge to explore estuary wetlands among a symphony of birdsong.

Once in the Volcanic Monument, you’ll traverse the barren landscapes, stopping for a peaceful hike along the Hummocks Trail or to take in the still blue waters of Coldwater Lake. At Johnston Ridge Observatory you’ll embark on an interpretive walk along the famous Eruption Trail. The trail offers sweeping views of the blast zone and crater and teems with stunning purple lupine and other flowers in the mid-to-late summer.

Includes a fresh, local, organic lunch (with local wine!) while looking out over the dramatic landscape. We'll bring sparkling water, snacks and water for the day! We'll pay all entrance fees too.

If you're staying in downtown Seattle (hotel, AirBNB, rental, etc) we'll pick you up! We'll call you the day prior to the trip to arrange a specific time at your accommodations.


Inclusions

  • Expert Naturalist Guide - the best guides in the Northwest.

  • Organic family-style lunch with local wine (GF, Vegetarian, non-dairy, etc by request).

  • Breakfast bakery, local french-pressed coffee and tea!

  • Gear included: Rain jackets, hiking poles when necessary.

  • Roundtrip transportation from downtown Seattle–we'll pick you up!

  • All entrance fees included.

  • Gear when necessary: Winter coats, rain jackets, snowshoes, hiking poles,etc.

  • Awesome small group size! 10 travelers or fewer.


Know Before You Book

  • Children must be 10 years old or older.