7:30 am to 7:30 pm
We visit Olympic N.P. year-round.
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!
$229 per person before WA State tax.
Private trips are available–give us a call or send us a note to find out more.
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 (like snowshoes).
Olympic National Park Tour Prices
We offer a few ways to explore. For a larger group, we can often provide lower prices on a private tour (what?!).
winter season: private group tour
Starts at $900
November through April
- Lowest prices in town to keep our guides in the field.
- Don’t worry about the weather–we always have fun.
small group Public Day tour
before WA State tax
- Our hard-working guides are the best in the West.
- 10 travelers or fewer
- We’ll bring lunch, drinks, and snacks!
- We’ll pay entrance fees, etc.
- We’ll pick you up!
Summer season: private group tour
Starts at $1300
April through October
- Customize your activities, destinations and speed.
- We’ll take care of everything!
- Most-affordable option for a group.
At a glance…
Here are a few things that make our Olympic National Park tour unforgettable!
WE BRING EVERYTHING!
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…
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
Explore diverse & stunning environments on foot: old-growth trees, bubbling springs, high lakes, rivers, valleys, glaciers, and (in the summer) flower-strewn mountain meadows. Don’t forget your sturdy shoes!
Journey to Hurricane Ridge to take in views of the Salish Sea, wildflowers in the late summer, massive snowfalls in the winter and a visitors center wrapped by jagged mountain peaks.
Watch for Black-tail deer, Roosevelt elk, black bears, Hoary marmot, Water Oozels, and more
DID WE MENTION WATERFALLS?
Feel the cool mist of Marymere Falls or other waterfalls as they tumble over rocky cliffs
NATURAL HISTORY LESSON
Learn about the natural history of Olympic National Park and marvel at its diversity!
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