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  • NorthWest EcoExcursion
    A family of ducks swims along Devils Lake, river otters play across Lake Merwin, and a kayak tour floats along the water. When Tracie Driver started NorthWest EcoExcursions, she envisioned a recreation company that would combine outdoor thrills with respect for the environment. To this end, NorthWest's guides, who each boast either a postgraduate education or more than 10 years in park-ranger experience, educate their customers on local wildlife and geology during trips that run the gamut from hiking to whale watching to goat-packing tours. The staff also maintains eco-friendly practices, serving strictly organic foods on camping trips and ensuring all of their office's plants are 100% solar powered.
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    105 Minor Rd
    Kelso, WA US
  • Applebee Aviation
    Applebee Aviation takes passengers skyward and unites them with scenic views of Mt. St. Helens and the surrounding vistas. FAA 135?certified operators commit themselves to safety while piloting Applebee Aviation's fleet across the Pacific Northwest's expanse of forests, mountains, and sasquatch colonies. During the Awesome Combo tour, passengers will experience speeds of up to 155 miles per hour as the sky-scathing aircraft cruises toward the massive volcano. Passengers are encouraged to take advantage of photo opportunities as the helicopter explores aerial avenues above the crater and then takes an extended flight over the blast zone area. The tour will culminate with a close approach to the crater's mouth, during which customers can take close-up pictures or perform geological dental exams.
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    14000 Spirit Lake Highway
    Toutle, WA US
  • Oasis Tavern
    Chow down on all of your pub favorites at Oasis Tavern in Castle Rock. Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as Oasis Tavern serves anything but a low-fat menu. Find time to peruse the wine list here — Oasis Tavern offers a variety of drink options. Oasis Tavern provides a fun vibe with a great happy hour atmosphere. Outdoor seating is ready for diners on those warm summer days. Patrons are encouraged to step to the beat of a live DJ. Prepare to face the crowds if you visit on the weekend — Friday and Saturday are Oasis Tavern's busiest days. Bring the Oasis Tavern's great food to your place. Diners will appreciate the quick and easy parking options located near this dining establishment. Cyclists will also appreciate the plentiful space to lock up their bikes outside the restaurant. Meals at Oasis Tavern are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person.
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    123 Front Avenue Southwest
    Castle Rock, WA US
  • Stonefly Guide Service
    Stonefly Guide Service owner Jeff Traver is well-acquainted with the rivers his company fishes?he was raised on them, after all. That familiarity combined with more than three decades of fly-fishing experience makes Jeff an angler's best friend and a fish's worst nightmare. During trips, Jeff leads groups out to some of the state's most renowned steelhead rivers, including the Cowlitz and the Kalama. There, he casts wisdom into open ears while helping clients reel in one catch after another using some of the industry's best gear and tackle. The company's proximity to Mount St. Helens also makes Stonefly Guide Service an excellent travel resource for folks looking to get a feel for the area after fishing trips.
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    222 Cummings Street SW
    Castle Rock, WA US
  • Sasquatch Adventures
    Sasquatch Adventures strives to unite nature lovers with the tranquil landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. The outdoor sports outfit runs most of its excursions on scenic Silver Lake, tucked in the shadow of one of the U.S.'s most famous volcanoes, Mt. St. Helens. Experienced tour guides?all CPR-certified?lead kayak trips on the waters as well as fishing trips tailored around certain types of fish native to the waters. Each guide possesses a wealth of knowledge about the region in order to point out local wildlife, share tips on sustainable fishing practices, and engage in conversations about local sports teams.
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    4220 Spirit Lake Memorial Hwy.
    Silverlake, WA US
  • Chehalis Valley Wine Tour
    For two days each spring and each fall, Chehalis Valley Wine Tour participants can choose their own adventure in the lush Washington valley. The tour has no set route?participants visit at least six wineries, such as Agate Creek Cellars and Scatter Creek Winery, in whichever order they choose. At every one, they sip samples of boutique vintages poured into their passport wineglasses, glassware that also functions as a tour ticket. There are hors d'oeuvres for revelers to nibble on, too, all much tastier than the original winery snack: bacon-wrapped corks.
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    288 Smokey Valley Rd.
    Toledo, WA US

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