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Snoqualmie Whitewater Rafting (Class 3-4)

Snoqualmie Whitewater Rafting (Class 3-4) - Snoqualmie, United States

Duration: 5 minutes
Location: Snoqualmie, United States

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$95.00

This is our foremost offering for those who need a fast escape from the rigors of daily life in the city. The Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Whitewater Rafting trip is a classic Intermediate level Western Washington whitewater run and is the closest available whitewater to downtown Seattle ... More info ›

This is our foremost offering for those who need a fast escape from the rigors of daily life in the city. The Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Whitewater Rafting trip is a classic Intermediate level Western Washington whitewater run and is the closest available whitewater to downtown Seattle. Our 1/2 day Snoqualmie River rafting trip features technical whitewater runs that weave through wild wooded scenic escapes while being only 30 miles from Seattle. Add the incredible scenery of the rivers upper section, as well as a catered lunch and you have an awesome day in nature. For those of you wanting a more intimate experience in the river, try an inflatable kayak trip on the rivers lower section. The Snoqualmie has something for all! Note: The Snoqualmie River rafting section which we utilize for whitewater is located above Snoqualmie falls on what we call the "middle middle", which is the center section of the middle fork of the river, located just outside of North Bend, Washington.

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Pass By: Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie, Washington

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Up to 14 Pax: Private Full Day Seattle City Tour, Wine Tasting, Snoqualmie Falls

Up to 14 Pax: Private Full Day Seattle City Tour, Wine Tasting, Snoqualmie Falls - Snoqualmie, United States

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Snoqualmie, United States

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$1028.00

If you have just 1 day to dedicate to seeing the absolute best that Seattle has to offer, this is the tour for you! We'll spend the morning exploring Seattle's top city highlights including the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the Chihuly Glass Museum, Kerry Park and Lake Union. In the afternoon, we'll escape the city and you'll get an amazing taste of the spectacular scenery that surrounds Seattle ... More info ›

If you have just 1 day to dedicate to seeing the absolute best that Seattle has to offer, this is the tour for you! We'll spend the morning exploring Seattle's top city highlights including the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the Chihuly Glass Museum, Kerry Park and Lake Union. In the afternoon, we'll escape the city and you'll get an amazing taste of the spectacular scenery that surrounds Seattle. At the foot of the Cascade mountain range, we'll stop for lunch in a quaint historic railroad town, feel the mists from thundering Snoqualmie Falls, and then cruise along a country road to the heart of winery country, where adults will enjoy a complimentary full wine tasting flight!
Your group of up to 14 can start and end their tour anywhere in the greater Seattle area! Cruise terminal, Seattle hotel, Sea-Tac airport--it doesn't matter. Loaded with too much baggage after your cruise? We've got space for 20 suitcases so you don't have to worry about it!

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Stop At: Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington

On this full-day Seattle premium highlights tour, you’ll explore the best that downtown Seattle and the city’s gorgeous surroundings have to offer. At each point of interest, we won’t just drive by the sites—you’ll have opportunities to explore each of them on foot. Your tour will begin when your guide picks you up curbside once you disembark from the cruise ship or at your Seattle hotel. Our first stop will be at the world famous Pike Place Market, just a short drive from the cruise terminal. Upon arrival, your guide will point out the key attractions at the Market and give you tips on where you can find local specialty foods, handmade mementos from the Pacific Northwest, and local arts and crafts. You’ll have about 30 minutes to explore Pike Place Market on foot before we continue on to our next stop, the Seattle’s iconic Space Needle.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Space Needle, Seattle, Washington

Upon arriving at the Space Needle, you’ll be free to explore the Seattle Center, the 74-acre hub of Seattle’s arts, tourism and entertainment. Seattle Center is not only home to the Space Needle, but also to the Chihuly Glass Museum, Pacific Science Center, Museum of Pop Culture and the Seattle Children’s Museum. You’ll have about 45 minutes to explore any of the attractions of your choosing at the Seattle Center.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Kerry Park, Seattle, Washington

If you don’t get time to get up to the Space Needle’s Observation Deck, don’t worry! Our next stop will be a gorgeous park atop Queen Anne Hill that will give you a fabulous panoramic view of all of downtown Seattle, Elliott Bay, and on clear day’s you’ll easily see snow-capped Mt. Rainier as city’s backdrop. We’ll spend about 10 minutes at this spot to give you a chance to soak in the views and get amazing photos of the city.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Gas Works Park, Seattle, Washington

Our last stop of the morning will be to award-winning Gas Works Park, on Lake Union’s North Shore. From this waterfront vantage point, your guide will share the park’s unique history with you as you watch boats ply Lake Union’s waters and see seaplanes taking off and landing. From this spot, you’ll also be able to glimpse Seattle’s famous houseboat communities, including the now famous houseboat that appeared in Sleepless in Seattle! We’ll spend approximately 30 minutes exploring Gas Works Park.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie, Washington

After strolling Lake Union’s North Shore, we’ll get aboard the vehicle and head east outside of Seattle, deep into the Cascade foothills. Our first stop will be in historic downtown Snoqualmie, a charming mid-19th century town perched on the bank of the Snoqualmie River. Here, you’ll have an hour to have lunch in one of the town’s many quaint eateries. While exploring the town, stop by the Northwest Railway Museum for a glimpse into the town’s development around the railroad in the 1880s. After lunch, we’ll take a short trip north to marvel at gorgeous 268-foot high Snoqualmie Falls as it makes a thunderous plunge into the river below. You’ll have about 30 minutes to admire the Falls and there are plenty of photo opportunities from the various observation platforms.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Woodinville Wine Cellars, Woodinville, Washington

Next, we’ll head north along a charming country road through a mix of farms and forests. The road follows the meandering Snoqualmie River that we’ll pass over from time to time on old steel bridges. Our next and final stop is Woodinville, the scenic home to the greatest concentration of wineries in Washington state. We’ll stop into one of the area’s top wineries where adults 21 and older will enjoy a complimentary wine tasting flight and have a chance to chat with local vintners or explore the winery’s grounds on foot. After the soaking up wine aromas and amidst lush surroundings, we’ll head back to Seattle. Guests departing on same-day flights from Sea-Tac Airport will be dropped off curbside at their preferred airline. Guests staying overnight in Seattle will be dropped off at their hotel.

Duration: 1 hour

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Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle City Tour

Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle City Tour - Snoqualmie, United States
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Snoqualmie, United States

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$74.00

With two activities in one 4-hour tour, see the top sights of the Seattle area, both natural and manmade. First visit Snoqualmie Falls, a waterfall in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains ... More info ›

With two activities in one 4-hour tour, see the top sights of the Seattle area, both natural and manmade. First visit Snoqualmie Falls, a waterfall in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Then experience Seattle on a city tour that introduces you to the attractions and history that make Seattle one of the most livable cities in America. Listen to fun facts and engaging stories about Seattle from a guide, and learn how the city got its name and what the real story is about how much it rains. The itinerary ensures adequate time spent at each location, allowing individual feedback and suggestions from the guide.

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Pass By: Shutter Tours - Day Tours, Seattle, Washington

Join Shutter Tours for an exciting 4 hour sightseeing tour of Seattle.

Stop At: Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington

This is our pickup location

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington

After meeting your guide at Pike Place Market, your tour starts with a little Seattle history as you travel through Pioneer Square, where the early settlers decided to build the city.
You'll learn how the great Seattle fire started as well as the Seattle Underground as we drive through Pioneer Square.

Pass By: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington

CenturyLink Field is the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). It is a modern facility with views of the Downtown Seattle skyline and can seat 69,000 people.

Pass By: Safeco Field, Seattle, Washington

T-Mobile Park is a retractable roof baseball park it is the home stadium of the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB) and has a seating capacity of 47,715 for baseball.

Stop At: Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie, Washington

Your first experience in the Cascade foothills will be a drive through the town of Snoqualmie, the real "Twin Peaks" of the Pacific Northwest. Then you'll enjoy the majesty of Snoqualmie Falls, which is sure to be a favorite memory on your tour with us. Time spent at falls is approximately one half hour.

Duration: 35 minutes

Stop At: Fremont Troll, Seattle, Washington

Next stopping point is the Fremont Troll where you can take some time to get some photos of this one of a kind piece of public art. As we drive through Fremont you'll see a 16' tall statue of Bolshevik Russian Communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin. Your guide will share with you how this statue arrived in Seattle and the story behind its history.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Lenin Statue, Seattle, Washington

The controversial Lenin statue originally came from Slovakia and is remenicant of the old communist style statues of a bygone era.

Stop At: Fishermen's Terminal, Seattle, Washington

During the winter months we will visit Fisherman's terminal home of the Pacific fishing fleet.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, Seattle, Washington

During the months of March thru October ​we stop at the locks. At the Ballard Locks, you may see migrating salmon going through the locks system during the summer months, Sea Lions, Eagles a​nd maritime traffic as they navigate this engineering marvel. Approximate time at the locks is a half hour, giving you time to explore the locks and fish ladder. (Note: This stop is not on tour October 29th-March 1st. See booking page for more info)
Winter Tour Notes
From October 29th thru March 1st, we do not stop at the locks due to the lack of boating activity and an empty fish ladder.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Kerry Park, Seattle, Washington

Next ​we experience the #1 rated location in Seattle for taking a photo of the skyline, the picturesque viewpoint at Kerry Park.


Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Amazon Spheres, Seattle, Washington

We drive by the Amazon Spheres, home to over 300 tropical plants.

Stop At: Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington

Our final stop will be back at the Pike Place Market at approximately 2 PM.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Waterfalls and Cascade Mountains Tour

Waterfalls and Cascade Mountains Tour - Snoqualmie, United States

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Snoqualmie, United States

From USD
$269.75

Waterfalls cover the Cascade Mountains. Spring and summer there a many, late summer and fall, less water ... More info ›

Waterfalls cover the Cascade Mountains. Spring and summer there a many, late summer and fall, less water. In early spring we can't get to one because of the snow plowed blockage; in the fall it is a wonderful stop.  The Pacific Northwest Cascade Mountains feature impressive scenery with mountains, waterfalls, forest, meadows, and white-water rivers. This memorable day trip from Seattle crosses over 3 mountain passes, with a waterfall stop on Snoqualmie Pass and a waterfall stop and trail walk on Stevens Pass. If you love the trails, we will spend more time in the mountains, and shorten the lunch stop.

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Stop At: Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie, Washington

268 foot drop waterfall

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Prey's Fruit Barn, Leavenworth, Washington

a fruit stand near Leavenworth

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Snoqualmie Pass Train Tunnel, Easton, Washington

Cascade Mountains

Pass By: Stevens Pass Scenic Byway, Washington

Scenic Cascade Mountains

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