A Compass Outdoor Adventures excursion combines the natural beauty of Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley with the thrill of mountain biking, hiking, and discovery. Adventurers of all ages and experience levels can traverse along raging rivers, the apex of a snowy cliff, or up a dusty bike trail headed for the majestic mountains of the Snoqualmie Valley. Whether assisting kids at summer camp or businesspeople on corporate retreats, the company's team draws upon their love of nature to change the perspectives of those around them. Compass Outdoor Adventures will guide and encourage you to discover the right adventure for each individual and offer premium services such as trailhead bike drop-off for maximize adventure time.
The staffers' connection to this line of work comes from their personal backgrounds. Hillary, for example, has been skiing since she was a toddler. Tom, too, was a kid when he started rock climbing and kayaking in North Wales. Nate first joined Compass as a customer, but when a mountain-bike camp changed his life, he sought a permanent position among his fellow adventurers. Each team member has a story like this, which empowers them to inspire seasoned and novice outdoorspeople alike.
In 1960, Sally Strand, a Northshore District High School science teacher, had a dream of sharing her love of skiing with her students. This led her to start the program that would eventually become Mohan Skiing & Boarding. Today, the non-profit ski school services six school districts with lessons, leadership training, and scholarships for any youngsters hoping to learn to ski. Led by veteran skiing gurus Rob Stimmel and John Mohan, the academy’s staff leads instructional expeditions on the snow-swathed slopes of Snoqualmie Summit Central, teaching students of all ages how to carve through powder, zoom down steeps, and use giant icicles as makeshift ski poles. Guests can schedule a private lesson for one-on-one instruction or register for one of their weekly group sessions, which range from weekend lessons for children ages four and a half and up and Thursday executive ski sessions for adult alpinists.
Put your golfing skills to the test at Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club's challenging course located in Snoqualmie.
The doors are open for you at this course with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
At this course, everyone will find something they love — kids included!
Never miss a play with TVs broadcasting the biggest games in the bar area.
Bask in the sun and enjoy a fresh meal outside at Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club.
Tap into the free wireless Internet at Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Make use of the luxurious bike racks at Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club.
Find sporting goods that suit your personal style at Singletrack Cycles in North Bend and head to your next game feeling confident.
The activewear at Singletrack Cycles is ideal for both light and extreme sports, making the clothing a great choice for any athlete.
Take on some of the roughest back country trails on one of their stellar mountain bikes.
At Singletrack Cycles, drivers will appreciate the ample parking options in the area.
Singletrack Cycles offers safe bike parking outside.
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The golf courses at Cascade Golf Course and Restaurant in North Bend are waiting for you and your friends to get your game on.
Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this course's restaurant.
This course is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along.
Cascade Golf Course and Restaurant is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting).
Cascade Golf Course and Restaurant also has large TVs for your viewing pleasure.
Need a drink? You're in luck because drinks are available.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Every winter, Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School peeks through blanketing snowdrifts and evergreen groves at the Summit at Snoqualmie, as it has done since 1980. The chalet is home base for founders Ron and JoAnn Mattila and their staff of instructors, who take every skiing and snowboarding trainee under their ski poles and help them improve their balance and controlled turns. The certified school has something to teach every level of rider, through private lessons and in groups organized by both skill level and degree of horror exhibited at the mention of the word "mogul."