Up to 4 Passengers – additional passengers extra
Pay Your Deposit By :
|September 15||October 15||November 15||December 15||January 15|
Trip PriceTravel During June, July, August, and September
Extras / Add-Ons :
|Additional Passenger (maximum of 3)||$600 / each||$600 / each|
|Extra Night at Existing Campsite||$600 / night||$600 / night|
|Class A RV Option||$900||$900|
|Optional Add-On Excursions||See Below|
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Hot Springs! Rainforest! Ocean Coast! Mountains! The variety of ecosystems in this single region is astounding. Begin your trip in Seattle and head to Port Angeles, a harbor city on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Then focus on Olympic National Park, starting with a visit to the Sol Duc Hot Springs to enjoy relaxing hot waters. Next, hike amongst moss clad coniferous trees in the temperate rainforest. After exploring some of the 73 miles of rugged Washington coastline with sandy beaches and tide pools, head inland to the magnificent Mount Rainier! Wrap up your trip with mountain hiking and meadows of wildflowers.
– The Young Family, North Carolina
Seattle – 1 night
Check into your hotel and then visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass or the Space Needle.
Seattle to Port Angeles: 124 miles
Port Angeles – 1 night
Take a sea kayaking tour or visit Native American museums. Stroll through the town in the evening to choose a restaurant for dinner.
Port Angeles to Lake Crescent: 22 miles
Lake Crescent – 2 nights
The pristine waters of the deep, glacially carved lake are ideal for swimming and paddling. Enjoy a quiet night at a rustic resort.
Lake Crescent to Sol Duc Hot Springs: 41 miles
Sol Duc Hot Springs – 1 night
Hike to the Sol Duc Falls and then relax in the mineral hot spring.
Sol Duc to the Pacific Coast: 52 miles
Pacific Coast – 2 nights
Explore sandy beaches and tidepools full of creatures – be sure to make note of the high and low tide times.
Pacific coast to Kalaloch: 50 miles
Kalaloch – 1 night
Wander the beaches and marvel at the Tree of Life, also known as the Tree Root Cave.
Kalaloch to Quinault Rainforest: 33 miles
Quinault Rainforest – 2 nights
Walk into the most northern rainforest on earth to see trees, moss, and fungi. Then enjoy a campfire in the evening.
Quinault Rainforest to Mount Rainier: 150 miles
Mount Rainier – 2 nights
Explore the Paradise and Sunrise sections of Mount Rainier. This is the time for mountain hikes! Skyline Trail to Panorama Point is an excellent option!
Mount Rainier to Seattle: 100 miles
Seattle – 1 night
Spend your last night near Seattle to complete your Washington Adventure before returning home.
There are hundreds of guided experiences you could do along the way. These are the ones we think are worth your time and money. Keep it simple or load it up! Our Team will help you decide which ones are right for you. Prices are below with the descriptions and are subject to change by the suppliers.