Written up in National Geographic Adventure, Backpacker and the New York Times Travel, joining one of our sea kayaking excursions near Olympic National Park is an experience that is scenic, educational, and a great opportunity for wildlife viewing. You will be outfitted in all the gear and a stable kayak suitable for your paddling experience. We are a fully licensed and insured company with a 100% safety record; our #1 priority is your safety and comfort at all times. Please be sure to book online or call us in advance for reservations, because our group sizes are intentionally kept small, the trips do fill up.

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One of our favorite trips: following the designated Whale Trail, kayak the beautifully rugged and rocky cliff shoreline of Freshwater Bay on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. From the comfort of your stable kayak, enjoy viewing bald eagles, otters, harbor seals, or maybe even a whale. Freshwater Bay is a fantastic location for birding, beachcombing and discovering intertidal life, such as seastars.  This is truly a wonderful trip for anyone that would like to explore a NW cliff laden shoreline with great opportunities for wildlife. Our guides know the places to take you for the best wildlife sightings; they also know all the areas protected from certain wind and weather conditions, therefore this guided kayak tour is suitable for most ages and abilities.

April- September, trips are scheduled at: 9:00 AM, 1:30 PM and 6:00 PM ( 2 hr. sunset). The 9:00 AM half day trip is the best for wildlife with calmer conditions.

October- March, please call well in advance for availability and reservations. (360) 417-3015

Rates: Half Day $79 adults/$59 (ages 12 and younger)  2 Hour Sunset $69 adults/$59 (ages 12 and younger)

For your convenience, the most popular trips are available to reserve online, simply click the trip specific “blue book online here” tabs below for a completely secure one step process, super easy from start to finish. All other trips can be reserved by phone any time of the year. Discounted rates are available for groups of 10 or more on half day trips.

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DEPARTURE TIME & LOCATION
– Check In Location: Adventures Through Kayaking, 2358 Highway 101 West Port Angeles, WA 98363
– Check In Time: AM Trip- 9:00 AM, PM Trip- 1:30 PM, Sunset- 5:30 PM
– Return Time: AM Trip- 1:00 PM, PM Trip- 5:30 PM, Sunset- 8:00 PM

INCLUDED IN THIS ADVENTURE
– Kayak, paddle, pfd (personal flotation device,) kayaker style very comfy wetsuit, neoprene boots, paddle jacket, drybag and gloves as needed.
– A complete size range of gear is available: Youth XS- Adult 4X
– Transportation to and from the boat launch.
– Trip Duration- 2.5 to 3 hours on the water

HIGHLIGHTS
– Paddle along The Whale Trail
– Kayak amongst Sea Cliffs, Seastacks and Sea Caves
– Extensive Wildlife Opportunities (Marine Mammals- possibilities include seals, otters, sea lions, whales and porpoises)
– Birding- bald eagles, falcons, pigeon guillemonts and many many more
– Invertebrates- seastars, urchins, anemones, and many more
– Private Beaches
– Rugged Scenery
– Comfortable, Clean Equipment
– Guided/Interpretive
– Educational

RECOMMENDED AGES
– Ages 4 and older

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL
– Guided sea kayak trips are geared toward beginner paddlers
– Suitable for most people
– Tandem kayaks are provided when appropriate

KAYAK OPTIONS
– Several options available to suit you and your family’s needs

WHAT TO BRING
– Nylon shorts or bathing suit
– Long sleeve hiking top such as fleece or capilene
– Camera
– Snack/ Drinking Water
– Sunglasses
– Any medical needs and Towel

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Lake Crescent
Explore the crystal clear blue waters of glacially formed Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park; surrounded by Storm King, Pyramid and Sourdough Mtns., you’ll paddle along the historical Spruce Railroad Trail to the deeply gorged Devil’s Punchbowl- keep your eyes open for bald eagles, deer, salamanders and a variety of birds while learning the historical and cultural significance of this Olympic Peninsula gem.  Please give us a call to reserve your day of Lake Crescent kayaking (360) 417-3015 or for your convenience reserve online using the Book Your Trip button.

Rates: Half Day $79 adults/$59 (ages 12 and younger)

Mountain Biking (Half day)

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DEPARTURE TIME & LOCATION – Check In Location: Adventures Through Kayaking, 2358 Highway 101 West Port Angeles, WA 98363 – Check In Time: 1:30 PM End Time: 5:30 PM

INCLUDED IN THIS ADVENTURE

– Kayak, paddle, pfd (personal flotation device,) kayaker style very comfy wetsuit, footwear, paddle jacket, drybag and gloves as needed. – A complete size range of kayak gear is available: Youth XS- Adult 4X
– Transportation to/from the boat launch

HIGHLIGHTS
– Kayaking in Olympic National Park – Incredibly scenic
– Wildlife Opportunities include (mammals, birds and reptiles)
– Mountainous Scenery – Unbelievably clear water color ranging from sapphire to topaz
– Comfortable, Clean Equipment
– Guided/Interpretive
– Educational
– Historical

RECOMMENDED AGES
– Ages 4 and older

EQUIPMENT OPTIONS
– Several options available to suit you and your family’s needs

WHAT TO BRING
– Nylon shorts or bathing suit
– Long sleeve hiking top such as fleece or capilene
– Camera
– Snack/ Drinking Water
– Sunglasses
– Any medical needs and Towel

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Northwest Adventure- Sea Kayak and Mountain Bike
Live the NW life by sea kayaking beautiful Freshwater Bay in the morning, followed by lunch, then exploring the forest while mountain biking the Adventure Route in the afternoon. This is the ultimate combination for a day of NW outdoor recreation at its best. You don’t need to coordinate a thing, we have taken care of all the details on this full day excursion. This trip meets at 9:00 AM and ends at 5:00 PM, includes all transportation, equipment, lunch, expert guides, and all the scenery you want. Experience level: novice to advanced, great for people who want to be outside soaking up all the beauty of forest and coast. This trip is available year round with advance reservation.

Rate: $134/person including lunch

Mountain Biking (Half day)

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DEPARTURE TIME & LOCATION
– Check In Location: Adventures Through Kayaking, 2358 Highway 101 West Port Angeles, WA 98363
– Check In Time: 9:00 AM
– Approximate End Time: 5:00 PM

INCLUDED IN THIS ADVENTURE
– Kayak equipment: including kayak, paddle, pfd (personal flotation device,) kayaker style very comfy wetsuit, neoprene boots, paddle jacket, drybag and gloves as needed.
– A complete size range of kayak gear is available: Youth XS- Adult 4X
– Mountain Bike and Helmet- NEW EVERY YEAR
– Lunch
– Transportation to/from the boat launch and bike trail.

HIGHLIGHTS
– Our Favorite Trip!
– Half Day sea kayaking, lunch, and half day mountain biking
– Kayak launch site is along The Whale Trail
– Kayak along sea cliffs, seastacks and sea caves
– Extensive Wildlife Opportunities (Marine Mammals, Birding, Invertebrates)
– Private Beaches
– Rugged Scenery
– Comfortable, Clean Equipment
– Guided/Interpretive
– Educational
– Mountain Biking near Olympic National Park
– Beautiful NW forest mixed with open views of the Olympic mountains

RECOMMENDED AGES/EXPERIENCE LEVEL
– Ages 12 and older
– The bike portion is most comfortable for people, who are confident riding on a 3 foot wide trail
– Geared toward beginner kayakers and mountain bikers
– Must be comfortable on a bike

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL
– Suitable for most people
– Tandem kayaks are provided when appropriate
– Bike trip is at your pace
– Bike trip is a mix of gentle downs and ups (2/3 down and 1/3 up)
– Nothing more than a 7% grade.

EQUIPMENT OPTIONS – Several options available to suit you and your family’s needs

WHAT TO BRING
– Nylon shorts and bathing suit
– Long sleeve hiking top such as fleece or capilene
– Camera
– Snack/ Drinking Water
– Sunglasses
– Any medical needs and Towel

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Dungeness Spit National Wildlife Refuge

We invite you to join us for this kayak trip out to the historic lighthouse. Escorted by harbor seals, various waterfowl, and bald eagles, we’ll kayak along the longest natural sand spit in the country. Once at the lighthouse we’ll relax with lunch and explore the historic buildings, which are now maintained by the U.S. Lighthouse Society. This is truly a memorable full day kayak tour. Please give us a call (360) 417-3015 to reserve your Dungeness Spit kayak trip, minimum 3 people.

Rates: $129/person including lunch.

Mountain Biking (Half day)

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DEPARTURE TIME & LOCATION
– Check In Location: Cline Spit Boat Launch/Park: located off Marine Drive North of Sequim, WA 98382

– Check In Time: 10 AM 

INCLUDED IN THIS ADVENTURE
– Kayak, paddle, pfd (personal flotation device,), kayaker style very comfy wetsuit, neoprene boots, paddle jacket, drybag and gloves as needed.
– You will be given a drybag to keep you personal items dry and secure throughout the trip.
– A complete size range of gear is available: Youth XS- Adult 4X
– Lunch
– Trip Duration- approximately 5 hours on the water
– Entrance fees to National Wildlife Refuge

HIGHLIGHTS
– Paddle along The Whale Trail
– Kayak along the longest sand spit in the country
– Historical Lighthouse Trip
– Extensive Wildlife Opportunities (Marine Mammals, Birding, Invertebrates)
– National Wildlife Sanctuary
– Protected Beaches
– Scenery of the Olympic Mountains, San Juan Islands & Vancouver Island
– Comfortable, Clean Equipment
– Guided/Interpretive
– Educational

RECOMMENDED AGES
– 12 and older

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL
– This full day guided trip is for people of moderate physical condition, not a beginner trip.
– Suitable for those with some experience, may encounter wind and current.

KAYAK OPTIONS
– several options available to suit you and your family’s needs

WHAT TO BRING
– Nylon shorts or bathing suit
– Long sleeve hiking top such as fleece, capilene, Smartwool, or UnderArmour
– Camera
– Snack
– Sunglasses
– Drinking water
– Any medical needs and Towel

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