All Classes & Events near Issaquah, WA(17 results)
There are few better ways to spend a day than in a kayak moving over water. An experienced Instructor will share information about kayaking and recreational kayaks. You will leave knowing the type of kayak, paddle and PFD that best fits your needs and the skinny on local paddling destinations.
Climb to Camp Muir at Mt. Rainier National Park
At 10,000 feet, Camp Muir is the most popular base camp for climbers making a bid for the summit of Mt. Rainier. On this 9-mile hike, you'll get a taste of the alpine climbing experience, take in extravagant views of Washington's highest peak, and have the opportunity to travel through the Muir Snowfield, which remains snow-covered year round.
Mt. St. Helens Ridge Hike
Perhaps the most iconic hike in the area, this 10-mile trek spans from Johnston Ridge Observatory, through the heart of the blast zone in the Mount Margaret Backcountry then along Coldwater Ridge. You'll be rewarded spectacular wildflower displays, along with stunning views of Mt. St. Helens, Coldwater Peak, and Spirit Lake.
Mount Si Campout
It's marshmallow-roasting season and the experts are inviting you to join us! Less than 30 miles outside of Seattle, Snoqualmie Point Park boasts epic views of Mt. Si and the Cascade Range. Enjoy a spacious community area with our camp lounge, trail mix bar, camp kitchen, and REI guides on hand to make your stay as effortless as possible.
Hiking the Muir Snowfield at Mt. Rainier National Park
Beloved by locals and admired by adventurers nationwide, Mt. Rainier National Park offers pristine wilderness, invigorating hiking, and iconic views of the Cascade Mountains. On this hike we'll climb as high as 8,000 feet, past Pebble Creek and onto the Muir Snowfield where we'll have a close-up view of the highest peak in Washington.
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