8:30 am to 6:30 pm
We visit Mt. St. Helens May 15
to October 31.
We’ll call you the day before your trip to schedule a pickup!
Our small group tours accommodate a maximum of ten travelers.
We’ll use a Mercedes Sprinter van or new Ford Transit to get around!
$225 per person.
Private trips are available–scroll down for pricing or to send us a note. Give us a call to book a private trip!
We have the best guides in the Pacific Northwest. They’ll bring plenty of food and drink, pay all entrance fees, and bring any gear you might need.
Savor a fresh, local, family-style lunch with local wines (included with tour price). We’ll also bring local coffee to press, tea, a light breakfast, and plenty of water and sparkling water for the day! Don’t worry about a thing…
Explore diverse & stunning environments on foot: volcano-blasted vistas, stunning Ape Cave, cool jewel lakes, and (in the summer) flower-strewn mountain meadows. Don’t forget your sturdy shoes!
Journey to Johnston Ridge to take in views of the mountain, wildflowers, and a world-class visitor center. Time permitting, the visitor center is home to two amazing movies about the blast.
Watch for Black-tail deer, Roosevelt elk, muskrats, mountain goats, salamanders, and more
Take refuge from the barren blast zone by kicking your feet up in the shade near Coldwater Lake!
Learn about the geology of Mt. St. Helens and the other volcanoes of the Cascades
Make your trip private!
A private Mt. St. Helens tour allow for maximum itinerary flexibility and a guide attuned to your interests and travel styles. The prices below are for an all-inclusive full day private tour.Call us to book a private tour!
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