Experience the wilderness and majestic landscape in the heart of the North Cascades!

 

The North Cascades National Park Day Tour promises to “Re-Wild” Your Spirit! with its incredible jagged mountain peaks, expansive glacially-carved valleys, endless temperate rainforest, old-growth trees, turquoise-colored lakes and life-sustaining rivers.

Have your camera ready!  On the 78 mi drive along the North Cascades Scenic Highway, our expert local park guide, Stephanie, will make these stops for you to enjoy breathtaking scenery:

  • Wild & Scenic Skagit River
  • North Cascades National Park Visitor Center
  • Gorge Creek Falls
  • Ross Lake Lookout
  • Diablo Lake Lookout
  • a couple Stephanie’s favorite locations

You’ll also have the option to go on a 3-4 mi easy-moderate hike in the old-growth forest.  Or, take the Diablo Lake afternoon 2-hr boat tour, Friday-Saturday-Sunday, June 28-September 8 (reservation required at an additional cost).

Note: Summer temperatures can soar into the 90s, increasing the possibility of forest fires and heat stroke.

MAY – OCTOBER

9:30 am – 6:30 pm

$240 Adult

$120 Child (10 & under)

 

Activity level: easy – moderate

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“I loved every minute of the tour into North Cascades National Park!  Stephanie taught me so much and is wonderful company!  I would recommend this tour to anyone!”

Lory, Netherlands

“I attend the north cascade tour, the scenery was very beautiful and Stephanie was a very professional guide. It is a very excellent tour, highly recommended.”

Xi, China

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DETAILS

Not included: lunch, taxes & fees, and gratuity

Very small group size: 1-5 Adventurers

What to bring: weather appropriate clothing, comfortable walking shoes, lunch/snacks & beverage.

Pick-up & drop-off locations: Anacortes, La Conner, Burlington and Mount Vernon

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