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Customers can explore the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tapps during a two-hour kayak rental
Tours from Orcas Island to Point Doughty State Park; guide points out harbor seals, porpoises, eagles, and shorebirds along the way
Watersports enthusiasts sail nearby Puget Sound in sit-on-top kayaks
Participants can enjoy a kayak tour with an experienced guide and learn about the history, fauna, and flora of Puget Sound and Seattle
Paddlers explore the sea around Lopez Island, where they can spot seals, bald eagles, and Dungeness crabs
Guests can admire the scenic views on rented kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, or pedal boats
Five-day course is customized to help the participants develop paddling skills they want to work on
Kayak in prime whale and wildlife habitat along the Haro Strait, bordering the west side of San Juan Island and Vancouver Island. Traverse the waters of migrating salmon and keep your eyes peeled for eagles, seals, porpoises, and other wildlife that follow our keystone species of the Pacific Northwest. Your guide will prepare lunch as you look out on the Olympic Mountains and explore the driftwood beaches of Limekiln State Park.
Drive-through wildlife tour showcases native and exotic animals including cheetahs from a breeding program
The zoo houses a variety of plant and animal life, including tigers, komodo dragons, and orangutans
Animal-lovers can enjoy getting up-close and personal with these majestic big cats, and snapping a selfie with them to remember the moment
Custmers can enjoy two hours of paddling across Lake Washington’s crystalline waters on a stand-up board
Founded in early 1991, Cat Tales Zoological Park gives a chance to see and feed big and exotic cats
Exhibits display tarantulas, lizards, gators, and turtles
An avid surfing duo supplies surfers and standup paddleboarders with the equipment necessary to cruise nearby Puget Sound
Visitors to Seattle can spend a fun-filled day out paddling on crystal clear blue waters on the beautiful and stable POP Paddleboards
Pet the soft fur of fainting goats, French Lop rabbits, chinchillas, mini sheep, ducks, mustangs, Nigerian dwarf goat, and a dromedary camel
Expert guides impart knowledge of survival skills to students to help them feel more confident in wilderness; includes one hour of rafting
Adventure-seekers can experience indoor rock climbing as well as enjoy other activities provided by the facility
Learn climbing basics, such as rope skills and rappelling, during an introductory climbing course, or up the ante with an advanced course
The lower Wenatchee river is a perfect adventure for those looking for a trip on the river minus the whitewater. We float past apple, pear and cherry orchards into the Columbia river. This is a perfect trip for young children, minimum age 5. We offer the best guides on the river, most up-to-date safety gear, and best BBQ lunch on the river.
Never gone rock climbing outdoors or indoors, then this is for you! Learn the basics and after this adventurous course, you will be able to pass any gym’s belayer test. Mankind’s underdeveloped climbing skills and inability to digest tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats. Level the playing field, learn climbing basics, such as rope skills and belaying, during an introductory climbing course. Washington’s terrain makes the state a climber’s paradise and the perfect place for a rock climbing hobby and there is no better time to start than the present. We have three locations in Washington State for you to choose from, Mt. Erie in Anacortes, Little Si or Mt. Washington near Seattle, or the crags near Bellingham. There is something here for everyone, routes can be as easy as climbing a playground or for those who want to push their limits we have something in mind for you too.
The intro to outdoor rock climbing trip is designed for first time climbers and for those who would like to transition from indoor gym climbing to the great outdoors. We believe everyone can enjoy rock climbing and our objectives are to help beginners learn the basics and pursue this fantastic sport. We take a short hike to a natural cliff face, discuss climbing safety and knots, and begin climbing and belaying. You will have plenty of opportunity to climb and practice belaying as we top-rope climb on at least 5-6 routes with unique rock types and features. Participants will learn the fundamental skills necessary to pass a belay test in an indoor climbing gym.
Spend a thrilling day learning to rock climb in the heart of the east Olympics on the shore of Lake cushman. We will spend the day learning the basics and trying different rock climbing routes before learning and trying out rappelling!
Hidden amongst the spectacular hoodos and mesas of Goblin Valley State Park in Utah lies a truly fantastic canyoneering adventure! This 4-hour adventure is led by an expert guide and is suitable for travelers of all ages.
Seattle Adventure Sports offers a variety of expeditions and outdoor courses including survival and watersports programs
Kickboxing classes combine boxing and martial arts to help tone and trim physiques, and one-on-one training helps refine style and results
Allenmore Golf Course is an 18 hole, centrally located Public Golf Course in the heart of Tacoma. It features meticulously maintained challenging holes, a short iron driving range, practice facility, and fully functioning restaurant and bar that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Established in 1931, Allenmore Golf Course is an oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Tacoma. Enjoy the scenery while you play golf under the majestic view of Mt. Rainier, unwind in the relaxing atmosphere of the clubhouse and satisfy your appetite with delicious food combined with excellent service.
Highlands is a 1250 yard par 27 nine-hole golf course in Tacoma’s north & west ends, toward the Narrows Bridge. Our 9- par 3 holes vary in length from 100 to 200 yards and we truly offer a nice variety of hole lengths to fine-tune your iron game. In addition there are eight bunkers and three water hazards on the course. The course record is 23 for nine; 50 for 18 (24-26). If your short game needs fine-tuning, you will enjoy the sweet sounds at our “wee bit o’ Scotland”.
New to kayaking? Let our kayak guide give you the basics on the equipment and the types of paddling you can try out when you hit the water.
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