Step way out of your comfort zone with us... 40 feet up in the trees of British Columbia. Maple Ridge Wildplay is an amazing place to safely face your fears with 9 ziplines, 62 aerial elements, & a 40ft jump. State of the art safety equipment allows you to explore the forest canopy as you choose without needing previous experience. When our feet are firmly back on the ground, we will head to the famous Hilltop Diner for a no-host lunch to settle our nerves with good, old-fashioned home cooking. Please note: Proof of citizenship (valid passport, enhanced driver’s license or NEXUS card) is required to cross the border. Fee includes guide, transportation, and admission to ropes course. Wear weather appropriate clothing and comfortable hiking shoes.
Come be a part of Skagit history! Seattle City Light has been offering the popular Diablo Lake Boat Tour for more than 80 years, and now in partnership with North Cascades Institute, the tradition continues on. You will learn about the area's natural history, biodiversity and geology, as well as the unique relationship between the North Cascades environment and the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project, which provides clean, low-cost, renewable power to the citizens of Seattle. The tour ends with a delicious, organic, and locally-sourced lunch at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center on the shores of Diablo Lake. There will be plenty of photo opportunities, so bring a camera along with your weather appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes. Fee includes guide, transportation, tour, and lunch.
Join us on a hike to a historic fire lookout and come face-to-face with Mount Baker. At just under 7.5 miles round trip, this moderately steep trail will reward you with unobstructed views of a panorama of North Cascades peaks. One of the few remaining intact lookouts is on Park Butte, which is maintained through the volunteer efforts of the Skagit Alpine Club. You won’t regret this challenge. Afterwards, we’ll stop at Annie’s Pizza station in Concrete for a late no-host lunch. Click Here for more information on day hikes.