Travel as a small group or in a big bus charter! Enjoy a fun-filled, day-long tour of the breathtakingly beautiful wonderland that is Mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier will delight you with its vast expanses of pristine old-growth evergreen forests, gorgeous subalpine flower meadows, and spectacular alpine vistas. We allow ample stops for you to photograph the awe-inspiring scenery around you, so don’t forget your camera!
Price$160 per person
Note: prices are based on minimum occupancy.
Group of 7 or fewer: $1,120
Group of 7 or more: $160 per person
Child rates do not apply.
Departure TimeUpon booking, pick a time that suits you best!
Pick-UpHotel pick-up anywhere in the greater Seattle area (arranged upon booking)
AvailabilityYear-round, every day
Group SizeMinimum 1 person (in order to get the $160 per person price, your party must be 7 people or greater)
IncludedTax and courtesy pickup
What to Bring• A packed lunch or cash to purchase souvenirs or lunch at the Paradise Visitor Center
• Comfortable walking shoes
• A jacket (even in summer Paradise can be cool and often breezy)
• A camera
Overview of the Tour
Heading south from Seattle, we’ll enter through the Nisqually Park entrance and continue up the scenic, winding road to the new Paradise Jackson Visitor Center at an elevation of 5,400 feet.
Our nation’s fifth-oldest national park features magnificent rivers, mountain lakes, waterfalls, and wildlife. It proudly boasts the greatest single-peak glacial system in the United States. Glaciers radiate from the summit of the 14,411-foot dormant volcano, many of which are visible from your vantage point on the tour.
The seasons, weather, and elevation partially determine what you’ll see on your tour. Paradise is usually snow-free by July, with alpine flowers appearing shortly thereafter. Mount Rainier itself may be shrouded in clouds at any time of year.
What You'll See
Besides snow capped Mount Rainier, your tour includes glacial moraines, the Longmire Visitor Center and Museum, Narada Falls, Reflection Lake, and Lake Louise. The Paradise Jackson Visitor Center offers various ranger-led interpretive talks about the mountain and its glaciers and wildlife. There’s also a picnic area and dining room food service, gift shop, and rest facilities. Snow and animals are seasonal and their abundance may vary, driving routes may vary based on weather and road conditions, your guide will make necessary changes to enhance your tour experience.