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Mount Rainier Full-Day Private Tour from Seattle

 

Spend a full day in the shadow of the Pacific Northwest’s highest peak spotting wildlife and learning about its unique ecology.

TRIP DATES:

Custom Dates Available June – September

Trip Length

6-8 Hours

Intensity

Your Choice!

View our intensity scale.

Group Size

Up to 10 People

For larger groups, contact us.

$1175

(up to two)
+ $100 per person

Discover the breathtaking beauty of Mount Rainier National Park with our private day tours!

We’ll head into the park, stopping along the way to take in views of the iconic rock formations, spot wildlife, and learn about the park’s natural and human history. You’ll have plenty of time to admire the peak as you wind your way to over 5,000 feet, stopping along the way to enjoy short walks and viewpoints. You may explore an alpine meadow and can expect to see animals such as goats, marmots, and eagles throughout your day as you walk accompanied by the sounds of the mountain rumbling above.

Included
  • Round trip transportation from Seattle
  • Picnic lunch
  • Snacks and water refills
  • Park Entry Fees

 

Not Included
  • Gratuity for Your Guide

 

Highlights

Your tour today will be tailored to your group and will begin with a drive through the park. You’ll have plenty of time on your drive to admire the peak as you wind your way to over 5,000 feet, stopping along the way to enjoy short walks and viewpoints. You may explore an alpine meadow and can expect to see animals such as goats, marmots, and eagles throughout your day as you walk accompanied by the sounds of the mountain rumbling above. 

Hassle-Free Adventure

Our Mount Rainier Private Tour & Hike ensures a convenient and hassle-free experience. We provide comfortable transportation, allowing you to enjoy the scenic drive to the park without the stress of navigating unfamiliar roads. Plus, we handle all the details, such as a delicious picnic lunch, so you can focus on savoring the beauty of Mount Rainier.

 

Convenient Pick-Ups

Convenience is key! We’ll pick you up directly from any hotel in Seattle. If you’re staying outside this area, no problem! Meet us in town, and we’ll whisk you away in our comfortable van.

Expert Guides

At Good Trip Adventures we take pride in providing an unparalleled guided experience of Mount Rainier. Our expert guides are passionate about this majestic wonder and are eager to share their knowledge and insights with you. From geology to wildlife, history to hiking trails, they will ensure you have a deeper understanding and appreciation for the park.

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Take a tour that lets you immerse yourself in the park. Our guides are master naturalists, botanists, geologists, historians, and – most importantly – relentlessly curious! This is not just a sightseeing tour, it’s a day all about learning and connection.

Trip FAQ’s

Where will I be picked up?

We offer pickup from anywhere within a 1-hour radius of the park. If you have questions about your pickup location, email hello@goodtripadventures.com

Can we adjust the start time or trip length?

Start times are totally customizable to your group’s needs! Trips can easily be shortened to accommodate your needs. If you’d like to lengthen your trip, email hello@goodtripadventures.com as additional rates may apply.

What will we see?

Private trips are customized to you and your group’s interests and abilities. You may see the highlights of the park, spend the day hiking a trail suited to your abilities, or visit off-the-beaten path locations! Your guide will reach out in advance of your trip to plan the perfect day for you and your group!

What's for lunch?

Your guide will reach out in advance of your trip to understand your dietary needs! We work with local gourmet delis and grocers to create delicious picnic lunches that may include deli sandwiches and salads, fruit, cookies, chips, chocolate, and more!

What should I bring?

Reusable water bottle, sunscreen, day pack, layers to adjust to changing temperatures, camera, hat, hiking shoes/boots or tennis shoes with a good tread, gratuity for your guide.

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