Private Session: Mt. Rainier National Park Snowshoe Tour

8:15am2:00pm
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$549 for REI Members

$629 for non-members

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Overview

  • Fitness level 3 Moderate
  • Minimum age 12
  • Group size 1 people

Book a private session and you'll get this entire experience all to yourself--and up to three additional friends or family members. You'll enjoy more one-on-one time with the guide/instructor, more flexibility throughout the session, and a more personal experience for everyone who joins you. Price covers all costs for up to 4 people. Mt. Rainier is widely considered the snowiest place in North America, with some areas averaging 670 inches per year! Join us for an epic snowshoe adventure through this pristine wilderness where we'll trek through an alpine forest, taking in breathtaking up-close views of the iconic mountain. On a clear day, enjoy sweeping vistas of the Tatoosh Range, Mt. Adams, and Mt. St. Helens to the south while trouncing through the covered meadows. This tour is perfect for novice and experienced snowshoers alike, as we will provide all necessary equipment and professional instruction. Be prepared to hike up and down moderate to steep terrain in deep snow for about 3 miles. The best part about this trip? We do the planning and packing - all you have to do is show up. We can't wait to get outside with you!

  • Learn about and explore the wonders of winter at Mt Rainier on snowshoes
  • Snowshoeing equipment provided
  • Participants will meet guides at the meeting location and caravan in personal vehicles to the trailhead (a National Park annual pass or day pass will be required to enter Mt. Rainier National Park per vehicle)
  • Lunch is included from Cottage Bakery
  • When registering, select "1" as the number of participants

What to bring with you

Meet at

Cottage Bakery

212 WA-161, Eatonville, Eatonville, WA 98328

Map image of Mount Rainier National Park

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Participants will meet guides at the meeting location and caravan in personal vehicles to the trailhead