This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but now you can. In small-groups between 2-10 people you can potentially climb multiple old-growth trees, between 150 and +250 feet high. See the unique perception and feel what it's like to be a bird or a monkey as you climb/swing through the open air and catch branches, harnessed by top rope. Climb your way up some of the tallest trees in the world to amazing views while learning and connected to nature like you have never done before, beyond the trail.
• 4 hours
As a proud official sponsor of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, we are excited to bring you this full day, small group tour of two great Northwest Washington highlights: a half day at the Tulip Festival and a hike through Deception Pass, Washington's most popular state park. Our tour includes a morning at the world famous Tulip Festival, a stop in gorgeous seaside La Conner at midday for lunch, and an afternoon hike through dramatic Deception Pass State Park. Throughout the month of April, the Skagit Valley celebrates the coming of spring with the annual Tulip Festival, a regional tradition of the last 35 years. Deception Pass is situated between Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands, boasts stunning seaside views, dense forests hugged up against cliffs plunging into the water below and mesmerizing tides that flow and churn like a river between the islands.
• 9 hours
Our seasonal Skagit Valley Tulip Festival and Deception Pass tour from Seattle explores the best of spring in the Pacific Northwest. We’ll visit the temperate and fertile Skagit River Valley, home to over 450 acres of tulip fields representing 75% of U.S. commercial production. Each year, thousands of visitors from around the world travel here to witness the spectacular bloom of these magnificent flowers. After lunch, we’ll head to Deception Pass State Park, one of the most stunning landscapes in Washington. If you’re in Seattle in April, there’s no better way to spend a day.
• 9 hours